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Earlier this week we brought you a poster for Terrence Malick’s Voyage of Time [check it out here], and now a trailer has arrived online for the upcoming documentary which is narrated by Brad Pitt; watch it below
Voyage of Time: The IMAX Experience is a one-of-a-kind celebration of life and the grand history of the cosmos, transporting audiences into a vast yet up-close-and personal journey that spans the eons from the Big Bang to the dinosaur age to our present human world … and beyond. A labor of love from one of American cinema’s most acclaimed and visually exciting filmmakers, Terrence Malick (The Thin Red Line, The Tree of Life), Voyage of Time has been nearly four decades in the making and represents the filmmaker’s first foray into documentary storytelling. The film’s panorama of awe-inspiring images will take you into the heart of monumental events never witnessed — from the birth »
- Amie Cranswick
Following the gorgeous trailer for his long-awaited Voyage of Time and news that he’ll start shooting his next feature this month, today we have a look at another project from Terrence Malick. Martin Sheen, reteaming with the director over four decades after Badlands (although he was cut out of The Thin Red Line), leads the drama The Vessel, which is produced by Malick (along with frequent collaborator Sarah Green) and directed by Julio Quintana.
Ahead of a a release this September, the first trailer has landed today for the drama which follows Sheen as Father Douglas, a Catholic priest in a Latin American town, still rebuilding ten years after a tsunami. With a score by Malick regular Hanan Townshend, much of the imagery in the trailer will be familiar to fans of the director, though we’ll have to wait and see if it has the same spark.
Also starring Lucas Quintana, »
- Jordan Raup
It’s a documentary billions of years in the making; one designed to chronicle the story of the cosmos in all of their volatile, majestic glory.
That is, of course, Voyage of Time, the long-in-development passion project from celebrated writer-director Terrence Malick which has today unveiled a mesmerizing first trailer.
Narrated by Brad Pitt – reuniting with Malick following their work on The Tree of Life – this thought-provoking snippet is designed to champion the arrival of The IMAX Experience; a shorter, 40-minute cut that will release first in October of this year. Soon thereafter, it’ll be followed up by an extended version of Voyage of Time, with Cate Blanchett poised to narrate an anatomy of the stars on that occasion. No release date has been given for the latter.
Brimming with eye-popping shots of waterfalls, canyons and celestial bodies forming against the inky blackness, Voyage of Time boasts all the makings of a visual delight, »
- Michael Briers
Voyage of Time: The IMAX Experience is a one-of-a-kind celebration of life and the grand history of the cosmos, transporting audiences into a vast yet up-close and personal journey that spans the eons from the Big Bang to the dinosaur age to our present human world… and beyond. A labor of love from one of American cinema’s most acclaimed and visually exciting filmmakers, Terrence Malick (The Thin Red Line, The Tree of Life), Voyage ofTime has been nearly four decades in the making and represents the filmmaker’s first foray into documentary storytelling. The film’s panorama of awe-inspiring images will take you into the heart of monumental events never witnessed — [ Read More ]
The post Voyage of Time Gets A New Movie Trailer appeared first on Shockya.com. »
- Rudie Obias
With a poster, synopsis, and runtime recently announced, we now have the first trailer for Terrence Malick’s long-awaited documentary Voyage of Time. In the works for over four decades, this is the first documentary for Malick, whose films have always blended reality and poetry to create a truly unique voice in cinema.
Narrated by Brad Pitt, this trailer is for the 40-minute version, while the Cate Blanchett-narrated cut — titled Voyage of Time: Life’s Journey — runs 90 minutes and is a more poetic approach to the material — something akin to nature sections of The Tree of Life, we presume.
In the trailer, Pitt guides us through “the past, the present, and the future” as we see a images not unlike Malick’s 2011 film, going from the galaxies to animal and human life to a cityscape. See the trailer and poster below (via One Big Soul) for the Ennio Morricone-scored picture, »
- Mike Mazzanti
The Terrence Malick-produced documentary “The Seventh Fire” offers a rare window into Native American gang and drug subculture. It follows gang leader Rob Brown who has been sentenced to prison for the fifth time and must confront his role in bringing a culture of violence and drugs into his northern Minnesota Indian community. As Rob reckons with mistakes and regrets, his 17-year-old protégé Kevin dreams of one day becoming the most powerful and feared gangster on the reservation. Watch an exclusive clip from the film below featuring Rob discuss the origin of his daughter’s name.
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The film is the directorial debut of Jack Pettibone Riccobono. It’s produced by acclaimed director Terrence Malick, who has previously directed such films like “Badlands,” “Days of Heaven,” “The Thin Red Line,” “The New World,” and “The Tree of Life. »
- Vikram Murthi
Miranda Otto on set of Dance Academy: The Movie at Sydney Opera House. (Photo: Simon Cardwell). Miranda Otto (The Lord of The Rings, The Daughter, The Thin Red Line, Homeland) has joined the cast of Dance Academy: The Movie, which is currently shooting in Sydney before production moves to New York.
Otto will star in the role of artistic director of the National Ballet Company, Madeline Moncur, responsible for the new direction of the Company and choreographing its new works.
.Miranda Otto is one of my favourite actors on the planet. I can think of no greater artistic director — she is glitteringly beautiful, formidable but also brings a wonderful humanity to this key role,. said creator and writer Samantha Strauss.
Otto already has some connections with Dance Academy and its cast. »
- Staff Writer
A poster has arrived online for Terrence Malick’s documentary Voyage of Time. Two versions of the film are set to be released, the first of which is titled Voyage of Time: The IMAX Experience and is narrated by Brad Pitt; running at forty minutes long it debuts exclusively in IMAX theatres on October 7th, while Voyage of Time: Life’s Journey is an extended cut narrated by Cate Blanchett and is currently without a release date.
Voyage of Time: The IMAX Experience is a one-of-a-kind celebration of life and the grand history of the cosmos, transporting audiences into a vast yet up-close-and personal journey that spans the eons from the Big Bang to the dinosaur age to our present human world … and beyond. A labor of love from one of American cinema’s most acclaimed and visually exciting filmmakers, Terrence Malick (The Thin Red Line, The Tree of Life »
- Amie Cranswick
The Horatio Alger myth for the Golden Age of Hollywood’s studio system involved a bright, ambitious lad working his way up from the mailroom or his post as a clapper boy. By the time Bryan McMahan entered the movie business in the late ’70s, that studio system had long crumbled, but his beginnings were every bit as humble. McMahan’s first gig was as a film lab janitor. Thirty-odd years later he’s Terrence Malick’s colorist of choice, having worked as either the digital intermediate colorist or the mastering colorist on The Thin Red Line, The New World, The Tree of Life, […] »
- Matt Mulcahey
After guiding Christian Bale’s Hollywood drifter through an existential crisis, prestigious filmmaker Terrence Malick is prepping to chronicle the Voyage of Time for his latest creative venture, a long-in-development documentary that is set to do exactly what it says on the tin and chart the creation of the universe and life therein.
Now on course for theatrical release in October, it’s understood Malick’s feature will release across two separate versions; the first of which is a 40-minute cut known as The IMAX Experience (see below) and will be narrated by Brad Pitt.
On the other hand, Voyage of Time will also release in the form of a 90-minute “companion feature.” No word yet on when Malick plans to roll that particular version out into theaters, though we do understand it’ll feature Cate Blanchett narrating the birth of the cosmos.
Here’s an overview of what to expect from the former, »
- Michael Briers
After many years in the works, the long-awaited documentary "Voyage of Time" by filmmaker Terrence Malick is finally on track for release with an October 7th U.S. debut being targeted. Before that though comes the marketing push for the film which begins today with the first poster for the movie.
Malick's film is set to be revealed in two versions: a Brad Pitt-narrated 40 minute-long version dubbed 'The IMAX Experience' which is what hits in October. Then there'll be a 90-minute 'companion feature' narrated by Cate Blanchett - that has yet to secure a date. The IMAX version is described thus:
"A one-of-a-kind celebration of life and the grand history of the cosmos, transporting audiences into a vast yet up-close-and personal journey that spans the eons from the Big Bang to the dinosaur age to our present human world … and beyond.
A labor of love from one of American »
- Garth Franklin
In just a few weeks, Terrence Malick will begin production on his new World War II drama Radegund — but it won’t be the last time we hear about the director this year. Along with recently finishing work on his Austin-set drama Weightless — which won’t get a theatrical release until 2017, but may show up at a film festival in the fall — his long-gestating documentary Voyage of Time will arrive in just a few months.
Earlier this summer, IMAX let slip that they’ll give the film a release on October 7, and now they’ve updated their official site with a new synopsis and confirmed a runtime, along with the release date. This version (Voyage of Time: The IMAX Experience) clocks in at 40 minutes with narration from Brad Pittt and the synopsis lets us learn a bit more about the project, which they say is his “most original film to date. »
- Jordan Raup
New Roy Andersson feature About Endlessness also gets backing from Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg.
Terrence Malick is lining up WWII drama Radegund (aka Jägerstätter), about the life of Franz Jägerstätter, an Austrian conscientious objector during World War II who was executed by the Nazis in 1943 aged 36.
In 2007, Pope Benedict XVI declared Jägerstätter a martyr and he was beatified by the Catholic Church.
The project was announced by the German funding body the Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg, which is backing it with €400,000.
The title Radegund refers to the Thuringian princess and Frankish queen from the 6th century who found protection under the Church after fleeing her marriage when her husband had her »
- email@example.com (Martin Blaney)
Terrence Malick hasn’t made a wartime drama since 1998’s enormous “The Thin Red Line,” but that’s soon about to change thanks to an intriguing new project. According to The Film Stage and several German news sources, the director will head to World War II for his next movie in order to tell the true story of Franz Jägerstätter, an Austrian solider who became a conscientious objector during World War II and was sentenced to death at age 36 for his actions. “Inglourious Basterds” star August Diehl is set to play Jägerstätter.
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The film is currently titled “Radegund” and is set to begin shooting at Studio Babelsberg in Potsdam, Germany this summer. Could that mean Malick is actually finished with his gestating projects “Voyage Of Time” and “Weightless”? Possibly, but it’s notoriously hard to tell with the reclusive filmmaker. »
- Zack Sharf
With Knight of Cups arriving on Blu-ray this week, his Austin-set drama Weightless finally completed, and his long-gestating Voyage of Time set for an IMAX release this October, director Terrence Malick seems to be taking no breaks as he’s already looking towards his next project. Today brings news of what it’ll be, and that it’ll find him heading to Europe.
He’ll next be directing Radegund, which will depict the life of Austria’s Franz Jägerstätter, a conscientious objector during World War II who was put to death at the age of 36 for undermining military actions. In 2007, Pope Benedict XVI declared Jägerstätter a martyr, and he was beatified in a ceremony. Set to play Jägerstätter is August Diehl (Inglourious Basterds, The Counterfeiters), while Valerie Pachner will also join.
This was first announced via Medienboard Förderzusagen’s posting that they are giving 400,000 Euros to the project, and a »
- Jordan Raup
Terrence Malick’s “Knight of Cups” follows a Hollywood screenwriter Rick (Christian Bale) in the midst of an existential crisis as he tries to find solace in garish industry excess and frequent dalliances with women. Divided into eight chapters named after Tarot cards following Rick’s relationship with another person in his life, Malick abstracts internal pain and confusion into a momentous visual experience that’s both intimate and alienating.
Terrence Malick is one of the most acclaimed American directors working today. He made his directorial debut with “Badlands,” starring Martin Sheen and Sissy Spacek as young fugitives from the law. After that, he released the film “Days of Heaven,” starring Richard Gere »
- Vikram Murthi
“Let Me Make You a Martyr” follows Larry Glass (Mark Boone Junior), an abusive father, drug dealer, and pimp who hires hit man Pope (Marilyn Manson) to kill his rebellious adopted son Drew (Niko Nicotera) and his lover and adopted sister June Glass (Sam Quartin). The film also stars Michael Potts (“Conspiracy Theory”), Slaine (“The Town”), William Lee Scott (“Pearl Harbor’), Michael Shamus Wiles (“Fight Club”), and more. Watch the exclusive new trailer above.
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Marilyn Manson is best known as the frontman of the Marilyn Manson band, whose music garnered much controversy from politicians and the public for their nihilistic lyrics, graphic imagery, and provocative statements. Manson got tied up in the aftermath of the deadly Columbine shooting when he was blamed by politicians and the media for inciting the violence with his music. Manson has appeared in many films including David Lynch’s “Lost Highway,” Michael Moore’s “Bowling For Columbine,” in which he discussed the media’s interest in scapegoating rather than focusing on broader societal issues, and a recurring role on FX’s “Sons of Anarchy.”
Mark Boone Junior is best known for his role on “Sons of Anarchy,” along with his performances in Christopher Nolan’s “Memento” and “Batman Begins,” Terrence Malick’s “The Thin Red Line,” and David Fincher’s “Seven.” He will soon appear in Nate Parker’s “The Birth of a Nation,” about Nat Turner, the leader of a slave rebellion in Southampton County, Virginia in 1831.
“Let Me Make You a Martyr” will premiere at Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal next month. Manson will be in attendance.
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- Vikram Murthi
June 6, 1944. Today marks the 72nd anniversary of D-Day.
On June 7th, Paramount Home Media Distribution will release director Michael Bay’s remarkable 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers Of Benghazi.
Hailed as “powerful” (Kyle Smith, New York Post), “engrossing” (Soren Andersen, Seattle Times) and “full of explosive action” (Dan Casey, Nerdist), the film arrives on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and On Demand this Tuesday. (Review)
13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers Of Benghazi tells the incredible true story of six elite ex-military operators who fought to protect the CIA against overwhelming odds when terrorists attacked a U.S. diplomatic compound on September 11, 2012. The film stars John Krasinski (TV’s “The Office”), James Badge Dale (World War Z) and Pablo Schreiber (TV’s “Orange is the New Black”), and is based on the nonfiction novel 13 Hours: The Inside Account of What Really Happened in Benghazi by New York Times best-selling author Mitchell Zuckoff with »
- Movie Geeks
Park Chan-wook has often iterated his conviction that vengeance is a topic ripe for infinite cinematic treatments. Following the conclusion of his trilogy dedicated to the subject – Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, Oldboy, and Sympathy for Lady Vengeance – he largely moved on. (Although Stoker did use elements of revenge to drive the narrative along, it didn’t constitute the film’s central preoccupation.) But now he’s back and his thematic ambition is greater than ever. In The Handmaiden, an adaptation of Sarah Waters’ novel Fingersmith, the target of his heroines’ vengeance is none other than the patriarchy. Those familiar with Park’s earlier work will know that he’s hardly the most subtle of filmmakers, and his approach to gender politics here is risible, even self-contradictory. His customary prowess as a stylist and knack for constructing and navigating intricate plots, on the other hand, is once again put to good use. »
- Giovanni Marchini Camia
With the UK release of Knight of Cups this weekend, Neil Calloway looks at a unique directing talent…
Terrence Malick has directed seven films since his debut with Badlands in 1973. That might not seem like many, but when you factor in the fact that between the release of Days of Heaven in 1978 and The Thin Red Line in 1998 he didn’t make a single film, he’s got quite an impressive work rate.
Despite so few films being made, his influence on other film-makers is huge. When Malick’s The Tree of Life was released, Christopher Nolan spoke of his influence on his own films. While that’s hard to see, it’s undoubtedly true that Malick’s films has influenced many writers and directors. True Romance is Tarantino’s homage to Badlands, David Gordon Green’s work shows his influence. Paul Thomas Anderson’s There Will Be Blood contains very Malickian scenes, »
- Neil Calloway
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