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Official Poster for Cannes 2014 Unveiled Film Festival

Official Poster for Cannes 2014 Unveiled

The official poster of the 67th Cannes Film Festival has been unveiled. The suave looking man in the dark shades in the photograph is Marcello Mastroianni from Federico Fellini’s film 8 ½, which played at the festival back in 1963. Stay tuned as the official lineup for Cannes 2014 will be released on Thursday. This Read More
Trailer: Venus In Fur News

Trailer: Venus In Fur

Roman Polanski adapts a Tony Award-winning play about an actress (Emmanuelle Seigner) who erotically woos over a director (Mathieu Amalric) for a lead role in his new play. Venus In Fur made its debut In Competition at Cannes last year to mixed reactions, but then again just about anything involving Polanski nowadays tends to do Read More
Trailer: Wish I Was Here News

Trailer: Wish I Was Here

The first trailer for Zach Braff’s Kickstarter funded film Wish I Was Here has arrived. The film quickly raised over $3 million on the popular crowdfunding site, which produced a bit of controversy during its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival when many backers weren’t able to get into the screening. Focus Features has since Read More
Trailer: I Origins News

Trailer: I Origins

Mike Cahill’s I Origins landed on my radar from the moment the film was announced. Mainly because the last time Cahill and Brit Marling teamed up together they knocked it out of the park with Another Earth. Adding to my anticipation was the flood of positive reactions from its Sundance debut earlier in the year. Read More
SFFS Announces 2014 Documentary Film Fund Winners News

SFFS Announces 2014 Documentary Film Fund Winners

The San Francisco Film Society has announced the winners for their 2014 Documentary Film Fund with awards totaling more than $75,000. All films are in postproduction, and since its inception the fund has awarded over $300,000 to filmmakers with non-fiction documentary films. Previous winners include Cutie and the Boxer, American Promise, and Narco Cultura. Below are this year’s Read More
Trailer: American Blogger News

Trailer: American Blogger

In this day and age, it can truly be said that bloggers have a remarkable influence on the general public, whether it be what music we listen to, what products we buy, or what trends we follow. More importantly bloggers encourage people in positive ways to share their unique voice with the public. With his Read More
Trailer: Oculus News

Trailer: Oculus

Are you ready to be freaked out by a mirror? Mike Flanagan’s horror film Oculus is about an antique mirror that supposedly possesses people into committing murder. Two siblings attempt to prove the mirror is at fault for their parents tragic death more than a decade ago. Our own CJ Prince caught Oculus at its Read More
Trailer: Borgman News

Trailer: Borgman

Alex van Warmerdam’s wonderfully bizarre film Borgman made its world premiere last year at Cannes. Trailer does a great job of capturing the strange nature of the film that is somewhat of a cross between Holy Motors and Dogtooth with a home invasion element similar to Funny Games. The film is a dark and twisted Read More
Breaking News: Way Too Indie Is Looking For A News Writer News

Breaking News: Way Too Indie Is Looking For A News Writer

Have you ever found yourself wishing you could show off your passion for cinema through writing? Way Too Indie is looking for dedicated writers who can contribute on a constant basis. Experience is not necessary as long as you can produce quality articles and you are committed to writing regularly. This is a volunteer position, Read More