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Amy Adams v. Christolph Waltz in Tim Burton’s ‘Big Eyes’ Trailer News

Amy Adams v. Christolph Waltz in Tim Burton’s ‘Big Eyes’ Trailer

It’s been two years since Tim Burton brought us Frankenweenie and Dark Shadows. One of which was a lovely dark children’s story, and the other a sad and uninspiring take on a gothic soap opera. After these, and the so-bad-why-is-it-getting-a-sequel-? Alice in Wonderland, it’s an incredible relief to see something rather, well, normal coming from Tim Read More
New York Film Festival Trailer Debuts Footage from ‘Inherent Vice’ News

New York Film Festival Trailer Debuts Footage from ‘Inherent Vice’

The New York Film Festival made a splash earlier this year when it was that they would hold the premieres of both David Fincher’s Gone Girl and Paul Thomas Anderson’s Inherent Vice. Beyond those films, the festival will also feature some favorites from Sundance, Cannes & Toronto including Whiplash, Two Days, One Night, Mr. Turner, Read More
Roy Andersson’s Trilogy About Being Human Ends in ‘A Pigeon Sat on a Branch…’ trailer News

Roy Andersson’s Trilogy About Being Human Ends in ‘A Pigeon Sat on a Branch…’ trailer

Following 2000’s Songs from the Second Floor and 2007’s You, the Living, Swedish filmmaker Roy Andersson‘s long gestated project A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence has arrived to complete his trilogy, “about being a human being.” The film had its premiere earlier this month at the Venice Film Festival, where it took Read More
Viggo Mortenson Shows Off His Linguistic Skills in Venice/TIFF Film ‘Far From Men’ News

Viggo Mortenson Shows Off His Linguistic Skills in Venice/TIFF Film ‘Far From Men’

At the precipice of the Algerian War between France and Algerian independence fighters, a reserve soldier for the French military, living in Algeria as a schoolteacher (Viggo Mortensen), is enlisted to escort a prisoner (Reda Kateb) on a two-day trek to Tanguit to stand trial. Shot in expansive rocky deserts of Morocco, writer/director David Oelhoffen’s second feature Read More
Texting Dramatized in the ‘Men, Women & Children’ Trailer News

Texting Dramatized in the ‘Men, Women & Children’ Trailer

There’s little to be heard in the trailer for the latest feature film from writer/director Jason Reitman outside of The Plaintain’s hazy cover of the Donna Summer disco classic “I Feel Love.” Men, Women & Children fades between shots of the film’s leading men, women and teenagers attached to their modern tech devices. iPhone chat 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
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
Super Adorable Super-kid Doc ‘Batkid Begins’ Gets A Trailer News

Super Adorable Super-kid Doc ‘Batkid Begins’ Gets A Trailer

When the Batkid took to the streets of San Francisco on November 15th of last year, the world took noticed as photos and videos of his escapade quickly went viral. Thousands of news stations, a couple real Batmen, and even the President of the United States chimed in to cheer on the lil’ Caped Crusader. Read More