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'Zero Charisma' Gets Second Shot at Life With International Distribution Deal (Exclusive)

14 October 2014 7:18 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

An award-winning film about a geeky underdog is getting another chance to be seen. Mance Media has acquired the international rights to Zero Charisma, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The comedy from directors Katie Graham and Andrew Matthews won the audience award at the 2013 South by Southwest Film Festival. The deal was negotiated by executive producer Rod Olson and producer Thomas Fernandes. Read more L.A. Film Fest Winner 'The Young Kieslowski' Sells to Mance Media (Exclusive) "I am ecstatic to be working with the talented filmmakers behind Zero Charisma and am confident in the same success overseas that

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‘Zero Charisma’ Review: Like Watching Todd Solondz Play D&D

8 April 2014 11:30 AM, PDT | | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Editor’s Note: This review first came out during our SXSW coverage, but Zero Charisma is now available on DVD. Scott Weidemeyer (Sam Eidson) is passionate. Really passionate. Probably too passionate. He lords over a weekly table top fantasy game with a few friends, and it’s the only time in his donut-delivering, squatting-in-grandma’s-house, adult boy life where he has any real power. The problem is the passion — he’s become a bully, and the game has evolved into something tedious and bitter. The signs that the camel’s back is only waiting for a straw come as soon as Katie Graham and Andrew Matthews’  Zero Charisma gets going, so it’s no surprise that when a hipster gamer named Miles (Garrett Graham) joins the crew, the loss of his spotlight drives Scott further and further into desperation. Those who have seen Todd Solondz’s Dark Horse will see some of the same irritating DNA here »

- Scott Beggs

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Movies This Week: February 21-27, 2014

21 February 2014 12:00 PM, PST | Slackerwood | See recent Slackerwood news »


Austin Film Society's terrific Godard vs. Truffaut series closes out this weekend with a 35mm print of Love On The Run. It plays tonight and again on Sunday afternoon at the Marchesa. Also playing Sunday is an collection of The Films Of Vincent Grenier. Co-presented with Experimental Response Cinema and the Blaffer Art Museum in Houston, this presentation will feature the filmmaker in person. There's more Avant Cinema scheduled for Monday night with the rarely screened Anti-Clock from 1979. On Wednesday night, Richard Linklater is bringing us a 35mm print of Warren Beatty's Reds, which he says is on his all-time personal Top 10 list. Finally, Essential Cinema has the 2012 documentary Uprising on Thursday night. 

Women In Cinema will be hosting a "Casting and Directing Actors" panel on Monday night. Kat Candler (Hellion) will be moderating the panel, which is expected to feature Casting Director Vicky Boone (Ain't Them Bodies Saints, »

- Matt Shiverdecker

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