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3 items from 2014


Two New Apichatpong Weerasethakul Gallery Shows, Plus a New Journal About His Work

4 June 2014 12:45 PM, PDT | Filmmaker Magazine - Blog | See recent Filmmaker Magazine news »

Though it’s no secret that Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives director Apichatpong Weerasethakul is probably even more prolific as a gallery artist than as a director, coverage of his non-film work often gets short shrift. Reviews of two recent exhibitions shed light on the latest developments in this arena of his work. From London, Marco Bohr reports on “Double Visions,” a recently closed exhibit held at the Anthony Reynolds Gallery. Bohr is skeptical of the success of this exhibition, which includes Dilbar, a ten-minute video of a Bangladeshi migrant worker in the UAE, and Teem, three mobile […] »

- Vadim Rizov

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Welcome to Yesterday Renamed Project Almanac; Time Travels to an Even Later Date

25 March 2014 11:48 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Last month we learned that the Michael Bay-produced found footage flick Welcome to Yesterday (formerly titled Almanac) was being moved from its original February 28th release date to sometime this summer, and now those plans have changed yet again. Read on for the latest.

Not only has the film undergone yet another title change, now being called Project Almanac, but it's also been moved all the way to 2015, which is sure to disappoint those who were looking forward to it. You can now expect the flick to hit theaters in January of next year, courtesy of Paramount.

The directorial debut of Dean Israelite, the film was written by Jason Pagan and Andrew Stark and stars Amy Landecker, Sofia Black-d’Elia, Ginny Gardner, Jonny Weston, Sir Maejor, Patrick Johnson, Gary Grubbs, Allen Evangelista, Anthony Reynolds, and Alexandra Bartee.

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A group of friends discover classified military technical plans which they »

- John Squires

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Welcome to Yesterday Time Travels to a Later Date

5 February 2014 4:52 PM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

The Michael Bay-produced found footage thriller Welcome to Yesterday (previously titled Almanac) is headed our way a bit later than anticipated. No one is certain when just yet, but we'll let you know when we get something concrete. In the interim cross February 28th off of your movie-going calendar.

Insiders say the release is being postponed to give Bay, who has been busy directing the mega-tentpole Transfomers: Age of Extinction, which opens June 24th, the opportunity to focus on the smaller movie.

Paramount is now mulling a new release date during the summer or fall.

The directorial debut of Dean Israelite, the film was written by Jason Pagan and Andrew Stark and stars Amy Landecker, Sofia Black-d’Elia, Ginny Gardner, Jonny Weston, Sir Maejor, Patrick Johnson, Gary Grubbs, Allen Evangelista, Anthony Reynolds, and Alexandra Bartee.

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A group of friends discover classified military technical plans which they put together »

- Uncle Creepy

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