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Stars: Jensen Jacobs, Kaylyn Aznavorian, Shaira Barton, Bella Burton, Vincent De Paul, Chris Dyer, Nikki Estridge, Kimberly S. Fairbanks, Mark Falvo, Walker Hays, Ankur Jain, Marc Anthony Lowe, Farai Kofi Marimbe | Written by Jai Jamison, Theodore A. Adams III, Monica Lee Bellais | Directed by Jai Jamison
After having recently watched and reviewed the great sports documentary Ice Guardians, when Tri dropped into my lap it felt like the right time to give it a go and boy am I glad I did… Where to start with Tri?
First off, Tri is not so much a documentary as it is a scripted carefully and accurately portrayed story of a Triathletes journey from start to finish. On paper you have to wonder what is there to keep you in this flick, well I am here to tell you fine people, A Lot.
We open the movie with Natalie – played by actress Jensen Jacobs »
- Kevin Haldon
Keep up with the wild and wooly world of indie film acquisitions with our weekly Rundown of everything that’s been picked up around the globe. Check out last week’s Rundown here.
– Drafthouse Films has announced that they will release Stephen Kijak’s “We Are X” in New York and Los Angeles on October 21, followed by nationwide expansion. The film premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, where it was awarded the Special Jury Prize for editing, and follows the enigmatic Yoshiki, leader of the Japanese band X Japan.
“You will not believe the trials and tribulations that the arena-filling, mega-band X Japan have faced in their 30 year career,” said Drafthouse Films founder Tim League of the news. “This documentary will leave you equally breathless and uplifted. It is the best music doc of the year, and we are honored to bring it to American audiences.”
– Array has announced the acquisition of “Honeytrap, »
- Kate Erbland
With his chiseled jaw and easy smile, it's no wonder Nathaniel Marston found fame as Dr. Michael McBain on One Life to Live. But his friends, family and the fans who he'd stop in the middle of New York City's bustling streets to chat with remember him more for the warm way he'd greet them: a bear hug. About 100 mourners gathered during Marston's memorial Saturday in N.Y.C's grand Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine, and those who gave eulogies all remembered how he'd envelop everyone he met in his arms. Speaking to People in a pew after the service, »
- Michele Corriston, @mcorriston
3 items from 2016
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