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Fantastic Fest 2017 Review: Thelma is a Powerful Coming-of-Age / Superhero Mash-Up

21 September 2017 9:05 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

When it comes to genre-related, female-centric coming-of-age stories, there are always certain movies that will undoubtedly be brought up in the conversation: Carrie, Ginger SnapsThe Company of Wolves, and The Craft being older examples, and more recent offerings like Jennifer’s Body, It Follows, and Raw have also brought new perspectives into the fold as well. And with so many thought-provoking takes on this well-worn cinematic trope already in existence, it may seem like there’s no real new territory to traverse here.

But then along comes Joachim Trier’s Thelma, which recently premiered at Tiff and is currently screening as part of the 2017 Fantastic Fest, to show us that this well-worn terrain is still fertile enough to cull for some new ideas. Anchored by a beautifully nuanced performance from Eili Harboe, Thelma is a masterful exploration of religious suppression and sexual awakening, melding together into a superhero origin »

- Heather Wixson

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Nik Powell Exits Director Role at U.K.’s Nfts After 14 Years

7 April 2017 7:31 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Nik Powell is stepping down as director of the U.K.’s world-renowned National Film and Television School (Nfts) after 14 years, it was announced Friday. Powell, who has overseen the running of the Nfts since 2003, will leave the role in July. The school will begin its search for a successor in due course.

Nfts chairman Patrick McKenna said the school had seen “an unprecedented period of success” under Powell’s stewardship. During his time as director of the Nfts its students have received four Oscar nominations; won seven BAFTA film awards, including the last four consecutive best British animation awards; and collected 10 Cilect Global Student Film awards.

“I would like to extend my sincere thanks to Nik Powell and pay tribute to his considerable efforts to transform the school into the high-performing and well-respected institution that it is today,” said McKenna. “Nik has led the School to be widely recognised »

- Robert Mitchell

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Exclusive Interview: Special effects artist Dan Martin talks Free Fire

27 March 2017 5:05 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

With new Ben Wheatley movie Free Fire on release this week, Sean Wilson chats to one of the director’s closest collaborators Dan Martin about the art of great practical effects…

Blasting onto screens in a hail of gunfire, mismatched accents and some choice 1970s costumes, Free Fire is the riotously entertaining new black comedy from Ben Wheatley, director of Kill List, Sightseers and High-Rise. Ahead of the movie’s release we caught up with veteran effects designer Dan Martin, a regular partner of Wheatley’s who has also worked on the likes of The Human Centipede, to talk about the nature of their collaboration and the secrets to a great, gory, crowd-pleasing practical effect.

So Dan, make-up artists and special effects technicians are some of the most important, albeit unseen, magicians at work in our favourite movies. As one yourself, how do you help pull an audience even further »

- Sean Wilson

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Due Demoni: Lamberto Bava's "Demons" and "Demons 2"

2 March 2017 4:46 AM, PST | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

Mubi is showing Lamberto Bava's Demons (1985) from February 26 to March 28 and Demons 2 (1986) from February 27 to March 29, 2017 in the United States as part of the series Due Demoni.Horror movie viewing as societal disease in Lamberto Bava's Demons (left) and Demons 2 (right)The opening shots of Lamberto Bava’s Demons contrast the film’s adorably ingenuous protagonist with the ragged punk hordes of the subway car she’s riding. She stares at them with equal parts fascination and doe-in-headlights dread. It’s a concise visualization of the simple social commentary driving Bava the Younger’s trashterpiece diptych, Demons and Demons 2. The two make an excellent double feature of midnight flicks about the perils of daring to dip even passingly into the lower depths of subculture and the, well, demons that society risks releasing when willing to dabble in The Weird. But cautionary tales are rarely this batshit and never this fun, »

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