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8 items from 2015


Distribution: Strand takes Eisenstein In Guanajuato

14 April 2015 1:23 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Strand Releasing has acquired all Us rights from Films Boutique to Peter Greenaway’s fact-based drama.  

The film received its world premiere in competition in Berlin and centres on Soviet filmmaker Sergei Eisenstein’s romance with a local male guide while shooting Que Viva Mexico in Guanajuato in 1931. Elmer Back and Luis Alberti star.

Jon Gerrans of Strand Releasing negotiated the deal with Jean-Christophe Simon of Films Boutique.

Strand plans for a late 2015 / early 2016 release after the North American premiere at the Seattle International Film Festival.  

Bond/360 has acquired rights to Tomorrow We Disappear, Jimmy Goldblum and Adam Weber’s documentary abut the last days of Kathputli, a hand-built artist colony hidden away in the alleyways of New Delhi that was featured in Salman Rushdie’s classic Midnight’s Children. Bond/360 brokered the deal with Preferred Content and Wme Global and will distribute the film on all major VOD platforms in July 2015.IFC Films has picked up North »

- jeremykay67@gmail.com (Jeremy Kay)

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Us: Strand takes Eisenstein In Guanajuato

14 April 2015 1:23 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Strand Releasing has acquired all Us rights from Films Boutique to Peter Greenaway’s fact-based drama.  

The film received its world premiere in competition in Berlin and centres on Soviet filmmaker Sergei Eisenstein’s romance with a local male guide while shooting Que Viva Mexico in Guanajuato in 1931. Elmer Back and Luis Alberti star.

Jon Gerrans of Strand Releasing negotiated the deal with Jean-Christophe Simon of Films Boutique.

Strand plans for a late 2015 / early 2016 release after the North American premiere at the Seattle International Film Festival.  

Bond/360 has acquired rights to Tomorrow We Disappear, Jimmy Goldblum and Adam Weber’s documentary abut the last days of Kathputli, a hand-built artist colony hidden away in the alleyways of New Delhi that was featured in Salman Rushdie’s classic Midnight’s Children. Bond/360 brokered the deal with Preferred Content and Wme Global and will distribute the film on all major VOD platforms in July 2015.IFC Films has picked up North »

- jeremykay67@gmail.com (Jeremy Kay)

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Elisabeth Moss Thriller ‘Queen of Earth’ Acquired by IFC Films

14 April 2015 12:41 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

IFC Films has acquired the North American rights to Elisabeth Moss psychological thriller, “Queen of Earth.” The film premiered at the 2015 Berlin International Film Festival in February. The film, written and directed by Alex Ross Perry, stars Katherine Waterston, Patrick Fugit, Kate Lyn Sheil, Kentucker Audley and Keith Poulson. Along with Perry, the movie was produced by Adam Piotrowicz and Joe Swanberg. “Queen of Earth” is about two best friends who retreat to a lakeside cabin only to find out that they have actually drifted apart, and their discovery evokes hostility and bitterness. Also read: Al Pacino’s Indie Movie ‘Manglehorn’ Bought by IFC. »

- Beatrice Verhoeven

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Rotterdam 2015: 'Stinking Heaven' review

4 February 2015 1:25 PM, PST | CineVue | See recent CineVue news »

★★★★☆ Writer and director Nathan Silver again seeks to explore the dynamics of communal living just as he did in Exit Elena (2012) to Uncertain Terms (2014). In the latter film, pregnant teens take refuge in the home of Carla (Cindy Silver), who plays a maternal, educator role in their lives and aims to protect them from external anxiety. His fifth feature Stinking Heaven (2015), which received its world premiere at Iffr, focuses on the home of Jim (Keith Poulson) and his wife Lucy (Deragh Campbell) in 1990s suburban New Jersey, who have created a commune for sober living, welcoming any recovering addict to live with them peacefully.

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Stinking Heaven | 2015 Rotterdam Film Festival Review

4 February 2015 9:00 AM, PST | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

A Place on Earth: Silver’s Period Commune Channels Cinema-Verite

While his 2014 title Uncertain Terms still awaits theatrical release as it makes the rounds of the festival circuit after premiering last year at the Los Angeles Film Festival, the increasingly prolific Nathan Silver unveils his fifth feature. Stinking Heaven represents a change of pace stylistically and dramatically within Silver’s preferred parameters examining human beings tossed vicariously into strained living situations, where they often wear each other down to an inevitable breaking point. A period piece set within the confines of a well-meaning commune in early 90s suburban New Jersey, the grainy look and feel of Silver’s film lends it a vintage realism that aligns it with the cinema-verite styling of documentary filmmaker Allan King, whose films like Warrendale and A Married Couple focused, unobtrusively, on isolated groups or units of people in similar fashion.

Lucy (Deragh Campbell) and »

- Nicholas Bell

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Daily | Rotterdam 2015 | Nathan Silver’s Stinking Heaven

31 January 2015 5:26 AM, PST | Keyframe | See recent Keyframe news »

"A sober-living safe house is neither safe nor sober in Stinking Heaven, the fifth feature (and fourth in 3 years) from director Nathan Silver," writes Jesse Knight at Movie Mezzanine. "In New Jersey circa 1990, a young married couple, Jim (Keith Poulson, Listen Up Philip) and Lucy (Deragh Campbell, I Used to Be Darker) run a commune providing refuge for recovering drug addicts of any age who pass the time making and selling bathtub kombucha ('fermented healthy drink')…. It’s Short Term 12 by way of the Marquis de Sade." We're collecting a first round of strong reviews for the film that also features Eleonore Hendricks, Henri Douvry and Hannah Gross. » - David Hudson »

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Rotterdam Film Review: ‘Stinking Heaven’

30 January 2015 1:31 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

A certain pungency of feeling — as implied by that uninviting but ultimately appropriate title — steams from the surface of “Stinking Heaven,” Nathan Silver’s fifth and most furiously combative feature. Employing unleashed improvisation and a rough-and-ready video aesthetic to convey turbulent interpersonal conflict at a Garden State commune for recovering addicts, this prickly, perceptive miniature arguably reps a tougher arthouse proposition than Silver’s previous shoestring character studies. Those who stick out its short-and-sour duration, however, will note a deepening timbre in Silver’s already distinctive storytelling voice, as he deftly balances curdled comedy with candid humanism. With his 2014 standout “Uncertain Terms” having secured U.S. distribution only this week, “Heaven” hopefully won’t be kept waiting.

The theme of irregular communal households — and the makeshift families that fill them — is already a consistent one in Silver’s work: The helmer appears fascinated by the dysfunctional dynamics that draw and »

- Guy Lodge

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Rotterdam 2015 Review: In Stinking Heaven Everything Rotten Is Good

25 January 2015 8:00 AM, PST | Twitch | See recent Twitch news »

We all live by rules. Whether they are personal choices to undertake or those put upon us by work or family, we live by them. But sometimes those rules can destroy us.Nathan Silver's fifth feature, Stinking Heaven, takes place in suburban New Jersey, circa 1990. Lucy (Deragh Campbell) and Jim (Keith Poulson) are a young married couple who have structured their home as a community for sober living, themselves addicts on the mend. We enter the home amidst a celebration: the wedding of Betty (Eleonore Hendricks) and Kevin (Henri Douvry), surely a bright new beacon in this house for the healing power of love. But when Betty's old flame Ann (Hannah Gross) shows up, it sends the house into a tumult not everyone will come...

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