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8 items from 2016


Here Are All the Upcoming Movies in Theaters for December 2016

1 December 2016 3:39 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

And now we’ve arrived at the end of the calendar year. As the final push for year-end viewing continues at a furious pace, some of the last unknown films of 2016 will finally make their way to audiences. To help focus your viewing choices, here is a list of films opening throughout the coming weeks, separated into categories of wide and limited runs. (Synopses are provided by festivals and distributors.)

If you’re interested in what still might be in a theater near you, check out our November Release Guide. For those curious what 2017 might bring, you can also visit our calendar page, which has releases through the beginning of the new year.

Happy watching!

Week of December 2 Wide

Incarnate

Director: Brad Peyton

Cast: Aaron Eckhart, Carice van Houten, Catalina Sandino Moreno, David Mazouz, John Pirruccello, Keir O’Donnell, Matthew Nable

Synopsis: A scientist with the ability to enter the »

- Alec McPike and Steve Greene

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Film Review: ‘Anonymous’

30 November 2016 9:02 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

It’s difficult to make the act of hacking cinematic. Not just visually — endless shots of faces frowning at computer screens displaying gibberish code — but on a storytelling level as well. The work of a skilled hacker can lead to devastating effects, but the act itself is not particularly dramatic, except to other hackers who might find the details interesting, even instructive. If that’s the niche-y audience Kazakh director Akan Satayev is going for with “Anonymous” (which is not affiliated with the real-world collective that shares its name, though it doubtless would like you to think it is), it’s a miscalculation: Anyone who’s seen even a lesser episode of “Mr Robot” will likely have learned much more than what’s on offer here. And if this film were meant to entertain general audiences, then the question becomes: “Why so dull?”

Michael Mann’s “Blackhat,” for example, at »

- Jessica Kiang

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The Weekend Warrior 12/2/16: Incarnate, Jackie, Old Stone

30 November 2016 9:16 AM, PST | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Welcome back to the Weekend Warrior, your weekly look at the new movies hitting theaters this weekend, as well as other cool events and things to check out. 

This Past Weekend: 

It wasn’t a bad Thanksgiving weekend, especially for the Weekend Warrior who pretty much nailed two of his predictions for the weekend! Disney Animation’s Moana indeed at opened at #1 with $55.5 million for the three-day weekend (exactly my prediction), although it ended up with more--$81.1 million--in its first five days. The Brad Pitt-Marion Cotillard spy thriller, Allied (Paramount), directed by Robert Zemeckis, also opened with $18 million, right on track with my prediction. I guess I could take some comfort on being spot on with two of the Thanksgiving releases—like I said last week, that holiday weekend is a bear to predict—but I way overestimated the other two movies as sequelitis indeed hit Billy Bob Thornton »

- Edward Douglas

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Watch the trailer for hacking crime thriller Anonymous

17 November 2016 3:51 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

With just two weeks to go until its Us release, a trailer has arrived online for the upcoming crime thriller Anonymous which stars Callan McAuliffe, Lorraine Nicholson, Daniel Eric Gold, and Clifton Collins Jr.; watch it below after the official synopsis…

Anonymous follows Alex Danyliuk (McAuliffe) a teenager learning the ins and outs of computer programming. When his family hits financial trouble, he turns to a life of online crime and identity theft, fueled by rage at the banking institutions’ status quo.

Along the way he meets Sye (Gold), a street-wise hustler who introduces him to the world of black market trading, and Kira (Nicholson) a young hacker secretly working as an FBI mole. After quickly finding success in causing financial market chaos, they gain the attention of Z (Collins Jr.) – a mysterious, masked figure, who’s the head of an online crime group, and a number one target by the FBI. »

- Amie Cranswick

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New Movie Trailer for Anonymous Arrives

4 November 2016 2:23 PM, PDT | ShockYa | See recent ShockYa news »

Watch the latest movie trailer for the upcoming film ‘Anonymous’ starring Callan McAuliffe (Flipped, I Am Number 4), Lorraine Nicholson (Soul Surfer), Daniel Eric Gold (Charlie Wilson’s War), and Clifton Collins Jr. ‘Anonymous’ follows Alex Danyliuk (McAuliffe) a teenager learning the ins and outs of computer programming. When his family hits financial trouble, he turns to a life of online crime and identity theft, fueled by rage at the banking institutions’ status quo. Along the way he meets Sye (Gold), a street-wise hustler who introduces him to the world of black market trading, and Kira (Nicholson) a young hacker secretly working as an FBI mole. After quickly finding success in  [ Read More ]

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CAA Signs ‘Beneath the Harvest Sky’ Duo Aron Gaudet, Gita Pullapilly

29 March 2016 2:49 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

CAA has signed the “Beneath the Harvest Sky” directing-producing team of Aron Gaudet and Gita Pullapilly, Variety has learned exclusively.

They were previously represented by UTA. Gaudet and Pullapilly were featured in Variety’s Ten Directors to Watch list in 2014.

They wrote, directed and produced “Beneath the Harvest Sky,” which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival in 2013. The coming-of-age drama, starring Callan McAuliffe and Emory Cohen, included a marketing plan developed in partnership with Harvard Business School and was picked up by Tribeca Films.

Gaudet and Pullapilly also directed “The Way We Get By,” a chronicle of three senior citizens who find meaning in welcoming back U.S. soldiers. The documentary premiered at SXSW in 2009 and won more than a dozen festival awards before garnering a PBS broadcast on “P.O.V.

They are currently casting their next narrative feature, “Crook County,” about a whistleblower’s harrowing journey into an ‘8os undercover FBI operation in Cook County, »

- Dave McNary

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Filmmaker readies bushranger tale

4 January 2016 6:33 PM, PST | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Melbourne-based filmmaker Matthew Holmes is in the throes of post-production on his latest film, the handsomely mounted bushranger tale The Legend of Ben Hall. It.s been a long time coming.

.I went straight out of high school into a job at an animation company called Anifex in Adelaide, and I was there for quite a number of years as an animator and a sculptor., Holmes told If.

During that time, the filmmaker made his first feature, 2007.s Twin Rivers, over the course of six years.

Twin Rivers was about two brothers travelling by foot across Australia at the tail-end of the 1930.s. Holmes' fondness for the Australian landscape and the hardscrabble types who populate it is given free rein in Ben Hall, the story of the twilight days of the Nsw bushranger who flourished in the 1860.s..

Shortly after leaving his animation job, Holmes moved to Melbourne, where he »

- Harry Windsor

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Sa filmmaker readies bushranger tale

4 January 2016 6:33 PM, PST | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Melbourne-based South Australian filmmaker Matthew Holmes is in the throes of post-production on his latest film, the handsomely mounted bushranger tale The Legend of Ben Hall. It.s been a long time coming.

.I went straight out of high school into a job at an animation company called Anifex in Adelaide, and I was there for quite a number of years as an animator and a sculptor., Holmes told If.

During that time, the filmmaker made his first feature, 2007.s Twin Rivers, over the course of six years.

Twin Rivers was about two brothers travelling by foot across Australia at the tail-end of the 1930.s. Holmes' fondness for the Australian landscape and the hardscrabble types who populate it is given free rein in Ben Hall, the story of the twilight days of the Nsw bushranger who flourished in the 1860.s..

Shortly after leaving his animation job, Holmes moved to Melbourne, »

- Harry Windsor

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