News

TIFF Announces Final Films Including Discovery and Kids Programs News

TIFF Announces Final Films Including Discovery and Kids Programs

The final slew of scheduled film additions were announced today for this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, which includes 39 films in the Discovery Program, four premieres in the Kids Program and much, much more. Major new releases include The Sound and the Fury, directed by James Franco, St. Vincent, from Theodor Melfi and starring Read More
New Trailer For Nacho Vigalondo’s High-concept Thriller ‘Open Windows’ News

New Trailer For Nacho Vigalondo’s High-concept Thriller ‘Open Windows’

With Timecrimes and Extraterrestrial, Spanish filmmaker Nacho Vigalondo has proven to be one of the most original voices in modern sci-fi and horror (his short featured in The ABC’s of Death was also a highlight). Now you can check out the new trailer for his upcoming film Open Windows, which we reviewed for its SXSW Read More
French film ‘Girlhood’ Receives Trailer Ahead of TIFF Premiere News

French film ‘Girlhood’ Receives Trailer Ahead of TIFF Premiere

Director Céline Sciamma‘s third film may be titled Bande de filles (Band of Girls) in its native language (French), but it’s English language title is Girlhood, which is sure to cause some confusion with Richard Linklater’s recent film Boyhood. In Girlhood, the filmmaker (Water Lilies, Tomboy) directs her own script starring Karidja Touré, Assa Sylla, Read More
Clint Eastwood’s ‘American Sniper’ Receives Christmas-Day Release News

Clint Eastwood’s ‘American Sniper’ Receives Christmas-Day Release

Though we are only a few months away from the Holiday film season, it’s still a pretty foggy picture on which films will be the biggest contenders for this year’s Oscars. Films like Into the Woods and Gone Girl may be considered favorites at this point, but the wide-open field just got another wildcard with Read More
Criterion Collection Announces November 2014 Releases News

Criterion Collection Announces November 2014 Releases

The November release slate for The Criterion Collection is always an important one. With the Holidays just around the corner, this is typically one of the most loaded months. Last November, Criterion released its massive 25-film Zatoichi boxset and announced the now defunct Blu-Ray/DVD dual releases. This year, releases include the Blu-ray upgrade of an Read More
A Man Prepares for His Green Burial in doc ‘A Will For The Woods’ News

A Man Prepares for His Green Burial in doc ‘A Will For The Woods’

Battling lymphoma and facing his own mortality, Clark Wang prepares to make his last act a gift to the planet and undergoing a “green funeral”. Chances are you’re thinking, “What even is a green funeral?” Filmmakers Amy Browne, Jeremy Kaplan, Tony Hale and Brian Wilson tackle the subject while tracking Clark through the process in Read More
First Image of Phoenix & Brolin in Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘Inherent Vice’ News

First Image of Phoenix & Brolin in Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘Inherent Vice’

Fresh from Entertainment Weekly’s Fall Movie Preview issue, here’s the first official look at Joaquin Phoenix and Josh Brolin in Paul Thomas Anderson‘s hotly anticipated new movie Inherent Vice. In the image released on EW.com a mutton chop-clad Phoenix stares down Brolin and his buzz cut at what looks like a diner counter. Both of Read More
Scorsese Produced ‘Revenge of the Green Dragons’ Reveals New Poster & Trailer News

Scorsese Produced ‘Revenge of the Green Dragons’ Reveals New Poster & Trailer

Check out the new poster and first trailer for Revenge of the Green Dragons, directed by Andy Lau (Infernal Affairs) and produced by Martin Scorsese. Revenge of the Green Dragons plays like an Asian-American version of Mean Streets, chronicling a vibrant underground crime scene in New York’s Chinatown during the late 1980s. Based on Frederick Read More
TIFF Adds Films by Thomas McCarthy, Lynn Shelton, Olivier Assayas & More Film Festival

TIFF Adds Films by Thomas McCarthy, Lynn Shelton, Olivier Assayas & More

Another week, another slew of TIFF announcements. And while the full line-up is yet to be revealed (that’ll be next week), TIFF certainly brought out the big guns today. Thomas McCarthy (Win Win, The Station Agent) will premiere his newest film The Cobbler at the festival, while early festival favorites Lynn Shelton‘s (Humpday, Your Sister’s Read More