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Whenever I go to the Sundance Film Festival, the movies that I look forward to seeing most are the Park City At Midnight films. Those are the crazy fun genre movies that a lot of you would also enjoy watching. Sundance has announced the movie lineup for those film as well as the films in the Spotlight and New Frontier sections. It looks like there are a lot of cool movies that are going to be worth watching this year. Especially in the Park City At Midnight lineup. I'm really excited about going this year! Check out the Competition movie line-up here.
Park City At Midnight
From horror flicks to comedies to works that defy any genre, these unruly films will keep you edge-seated and wide awake.
- Joey Paur
Following yesterday’s announcement of the 2015 Sundance Film Festival’s In-Competition films, the festival has released its lineup of Spotlight, Park City At Midnight and New Frontier Films.
Among the lineup is 99 Homes, Ramin Bahrani’s Middle-America drama on foreclosures starring Michael Shannon and Andrew Garfield. The film premiered at Toronto and Venice earlier this year and will finally get a release early in 2015. Joining it are the British Independent Film Award-nominated ’71, and the much hyped Eden from Mia Hansen-Løve and Girlhood from Céline Sciamma.
Also included in this announcement is a lineup of New Frontier art installations that will be visible across Park City, including one called Way to Go by artist Vincent Morisset, a big collaborator with Arcade Fire. »
- Brian Welk
It’s less than two months until the streets and theaters of Park City are going to be packed with filmmakers, film fans and buyers attending the 2015 Sundance Film Festival from January 22 to February 1. Yesterday the Robert Redford-founded fest announced its U.S. and World Cinema dramatic and documentary competition selections along with the pics in its Next section. Today, with some Andrew Garfield, Keanu Reeves, Greta Gerwig, Kevin Bacon and Charlotte Rampling starrers among them, Sundance revealed its non-competitive Spotlight and Park City At Midnight slates along with the films and installations of the New Frontier category - see the full list below.
Like yesterday’s slate announcements there are some big, big screen names appearing at Sundance this year. Garfield, who has that other gig as certain webslinger, is in the Ramin Bahrani-directed 99 Homes with Michael Shannon and Laura Dern. Having played at Tiff and Venice, »
- Dominic Patten
One day after announcing the World and Us Drama and Documentary Competition entries for both, Sundance revealed the films in the Spotlight and Park City at Midnight programs, as well as the films and art installations that will be part of the New Frontiers program at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. Drew McWeeny will be handling the Park City at Midnight announcement, just as he'll be handling our coverage of the Midnight slate from Sundance. The Spotlight program is set aside for films that may have played in festivals around the world or even domestically, but have support amidst the Sundance selectors. The high profile entries in the Spotlight program include Kornél Mundruczó's "White God," which won the Un Certain Regard prize at Cannes last summer. It's the story of a girl who has to give up her mixed-breed dog and the journey girl and dog take to be reunited. »
- Daniel Fienberg
Among the Midnight films are Rodney Ascher’s sleep paralysis documentary The Nightmare, Bruce McDonald’s Hellions from Canada, Cop Car from the Us starring Kevin Bacon and Irish-uk forest-set The Hallow from Corin Hardy.
Spotlight selections also feature Yann Demange’s feted UK thriller ‘71, Kornél Mundruczó’s Hungarian drama White God and Mia Hansen-Løve’s Eden from France. Canadian auteur Guy Maddin is back withThe Forbidden Room, which he co-directed with Evan Johnson, in New Frontier »
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Lovely lady in rouge! All eyes were on Boardwalk Empire star Gretchen Mol at the hit HBO show’s season five premiere in New York City on Sept. 3. The stunning actress hit the carpet in a candy apple red halter dress designed by Vivienne Westwood, which inspired the 41-year-old’s sultry red makeup look. "My inspiration for Gretchen’s makeup at the Boardwalk Empire premiere was 'modern vamp,'" celebrity makeup artist Daniel Martin told Us Weekly. "Her Vivienne Westwood dress and chic high ponytail left room for lots of [...] »
Ooh La La! Jessica Alba looks tres chic at Paris Fashion week, oui?
I am a little obsessed with that cat-eye and that she paired it with a bold lip. I have always heard that if you go big with one feature, keep everything else toned down. That rule is changing though, says celebrity makeup artist Daniel Martin, who created Jessica's look.
"Two's a compliment, three's a crowd [eye, cheek and ...
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We always knew Jessica Alba was a beauty, but one glance at her recent makeup look, and we're seriously smitten with her gorgeous features. The star looked lovelier than ever this week while attending the H&M fashion show in Paris, wearing a feminine lace baby doll dress with sheer sleeves and a high neckline. Her sultry makeup look felt polished and pretty—and perfectly appropriate for fall. We spoke with her makeup artist Daniel Martin for Giorgio Armani Beauty to get the scoop on her alluring look. Here's what he shared with us: "The inspiration was a modern gothic look. Because her swing dress had a sweet but renaissance feeling to it, we juxtaposed her »
8 items from 2014
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