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We are suckers for hand painted posters here at ScreenAnarchy. Some days it feels like it is a lost art with all the generic photoshop efforst out there. If someone has taken the time to create beautiful works of art then we want to take a moment to admire their handiwork. For instance look at this hand painted poster artist Rain Delmar created for the release of the 80s slasher throwback flick Lake Nowhere. This was created for the U.S. Blu-ray/DVD combo release from Brink Vision on August 16th. It is dandy. Lake Nowhere, the 80s-style slasher horror film that Fangoria called “a little slice of heaven for fans of vintage bloodfests” has unveiled a brand new, hand-painted poster to the celebrate its August 16th...
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Aardman Animations is the most successful animation company in British film history; its films have generated worldwide box office revenue of close to $1 billion and it is a cherished international brand.
Despite its global success, however, Aardman still considers itself to be a niche player in the ultra competitive Us animation market.
Sproxton and Lord were in Annecy to give a keynote address, Aardman At 40, and to collect a “personality of the year award” from the festival.
The company, which has worked closely with DreamWorks and Sony in the past, now finances its films in Europe, often on smaller budgets than those commanded by the Us »
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It’s getting down to the wire for fans to pick a side between Captain America and Iron Man, and Entertainment Weekly is helping draw a line in the sand with a collection of new covers for Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War.
The covers (gallery below) come celebrating the popular magazine’s Summer Movie Preview issue, and will provide fans four separate options to choose from (or collect) on each side of the fray depicted in the film. On Cap’s side one cover depicts Hawkeye, Winter Soldier, and Scarlet Witch, while the other shows Cap himself alongside buddy Falcon and Paul Rudd’s Ant-Man.
Speaking with EW, Chris Evans noted that it »
- Mitchel Broussard
Set in the summer of 1910 on the rolling beaches of the northern French coast, the potential Cannes title revolves around a series of mysterious tourist disappearances and two local families, the curious fisherman clan, the Bréforts, and the eccentric, bourgeois Van Peteghems, who spend every summer in their imposing holiday mansion overlooking the bay.
When one of the Bréfort sons, Ma Loute, and the mischievous, teenage Billie Van Peteghem fall in love, the lives of both families are shaken to the core.
The new trailer reveals a quirky drama in which the majestic backdrops of France »
Speculation is rife that the film will premiere in Official Selection at Cannes but the Paris-based sales company would not comment on its chances. Its May 11 release date in France, by sister company Memento Distribution, suggests, however, that it will make its debut at the festival.
Set in the summer of 1910 on the rolling beaches of the northern French coast, the film revolves around a series of mysterious tourist disappearances and two local families, the curious fisherman clan, the Bréforts, and the eccentric, bourgeois Van Peteghems, who spend every summer in their imposing holiday mansion overlooking the bay.
When one of the Bréfort sons, Ma Loute, and the mischievous »
Football! Beer! Chicken Wings!
All valid reasons to enjoy the Super Bowl, but from a film fan’s point of view, it’s all about the new spots for some of the year’s biggest movie’s. It’s prime real estate, so unsurprisingly we get a look at some pretty huge films; it’s basically like movie trailer Christmas.
(Arguably) the biggest film of the year meeting the biggest sporting event of the year, this was a great example of how to build excitement without really giving anything away. Sure, fans who haven’t kept up with the promotional material might’ve been surprised at some of the team members – Black Panther and Vision on Team Iron Man; Ant-Man siding with Cap – but beyond that »
- James Hunt
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