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Scale the Best Films Taking Place in a High-Rise

13 May 2016 11:54 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

What is it about towering apartment buildings that fascinates filmmakers, especially those working in horror, sci-fi, and fantasy? It’s easy to imagine these eyesores of urban development — especially those with secured entrances and exclusive tenants — harboring sinister secrets inside their walls.

High-Rise, director Ben Wheatley adaptation’s of J.G. Ballard‘s eponymous sci-fi novel, more than fits into this strange subset of films, as it focuses on dystopian class warfare inside a monolithic beast of Brualist architecture. With the film now in theaters (and on VOD), we look at other other films that imagine the incredible, horrifying, or supernatural happenings in and around these deceptively unassuming structures.

Apartment Trilogy (Roman Polanski)

Has any set of films turned the usual drudgeries of apartment living — climbing up your stairs for the umpteenth time, dealing with troubled amenities, and trying your best to acknowledge neighbors’ existence without getting the least bit involved »

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Win ‘The City Of Lost Children’, starring Ron Perlman on Blu-Ray

10 March 2016 11:26 PM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

To celebrate the new Blu-ray & DVD Double Play release of The City Of Lost Children – out 14th March – we have a copy to giveaway. A dazzling fantasy adventure directed by Marc Caro (Delicatessen) and Jean-Pierre Jeunet (Amelie), starring Ron Perlman (Sons of Anarchy, Drive), with stunning costumes by Jean-Paul Gaultier and a haunting score by David Lynch collaborator Angelo Badalamenti. The City Of Lost Children is the story of Krank, a tormented scientist who sets about kidnapping local children in order to steal their dreams and so reverse his accelerated ageing process. When local fisherman and former circus strongman One (Ron Perlman) has his brother kidnapped by Krank’s henchmen, he sets out on a journey to Krank’s nightmarish laboratory, accompanied by a little orphan girl called Miette. “A masterpiece of dark invention” Film4 “Extraordinary” Time Out ????? Empire Order today: http://amzn.to/1QvYErT

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UK Readers: Win a City of Lost Children Blu-ray/DVD Combo!

9 March 2016 2:00 AM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

To celebrate the new Blu-ray & DVD Double Play release of The City Of Lost Children — out 14th March — we have a copy to give away. This dazzling fantasy adventure is directed by Marc Caro (Delicatessen) and Jean-Pierre… Continue Reading →

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Giveaway – Win The City of Lost Children on Blu-ray

6 March 2016 2:30 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

To celebrate the new Blu-ray & DVD Double Play release of The City Of Lost Children – out 14th March – we have a copy to giveaway.

A dazzling fantasy adventure directed by Marc Caro (Delicatessen) and Jean-Pierre Jeunet (Amelie), starring Ron Perlman (Sons of Anarchy, Drive), with stunning costumes by Jean-Paul Gaultier and a haunting score by David Lynch collaborator Angelo Badalamenti.

The City Of Lost Children is the story of Krank, a tormented scientist who sets about kidnapping local children in order to steal their dreams and so reverse his accelerated ageing process. When local fisherman and former circus strongman One (Ron Perlman) has his brother kidnapped by Krank’s henchmen, he sets out on a journey to Krank’s nightmarish laboratory, accompanied by a little orphan girl called Miette.

“A masterpiece of dark invention” Film4

“Extraordinary” Time Out

★★★★★ Empire

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Bac delivers 'A Bun In The Oven' to Germany, Benelux

13 February 2016 9:00 PM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Karin Viard-starring comedy sells to Germany, Benelux and Switzerland.

French sales company Bac Films has secured sales on high-concept picture A Bun In The Oven, starring Karin Viard (Delicatessen) as a middle-aged woman who discovers she is pregnant. 

The film, which is in post-production, has sold to Germany (Wild Bunch), Benelux (Cinéart) and Switzerland (Impuls Pictures).

“We’ve had a lot of interest purely on the basis of the script,” said Bac sales chief Gilles Sousa who has new images of the film at Efm.

In other deals, Sousa also reported sales on Nicolas Pariser’s political thriller thriller The Great Game to the Us (Distrib Films), Benelux (Athena). The film will screen in Unifrance’s Rendez-vous with French Cinema in New York in March. »

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