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Cool Videos: This Blade Runner trailer as a 1940s noir film is brilliant

17 October 2013 2:34 AM, PDT | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

Blade Runner is one of the leading examples of neo-noir, so this re-imagined trailer for the 1982 film as a 1940s noir is very fitting. Created by Youtube user Chet Desmond, the trailer features all the staples of a classic 40's noir film, and is quite beautiful. The trailer is in black and white and uses the old-timey song "One More Kiss, Dear," which also appears in Ridley Scott's film. To be honest, I wish there was a full black and white version of the »

- Jesse Giroux

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Neve Campbell starts Division 19

5 August 2013 3:13 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Detroit may just have filed for bankruptcy but that hasn’t stopped filmmakers arriving in the troubled Us city in their droves, among them British writer-producer-director Suzie Halewood.

Michael Bay is busy shooting Transformers 4 in Detroit, where Ryan Gosling has also just finished shooting his feature directorial debut, How To Catch A Monster.

Now, Suzie Halewood is in the first week of shooting her dystopian thriller Division 19 starring Neve Campbell, Clarke Peters (The Wire) and Jamie Draven.

The British qualifying film, financed through Eis and private investment and also through local tax credits, is set in 2039. In a grim, futuristic society, online viewers determine the fates of members of the burgeoning prison population. Neve Campbell plays Nielsen, the woman who runs all the jails.

“There are a lot of derelict houses,” said Halewood of Detroit as a location. “It is absolutely desolate. On a Sunday morning, you can walk downtown seeing no-one. You won’t see »

- geoffrey@macnab.demon.co.uk (Geoffrey Macnab)

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Neve Campbell shooting Division 19

5 August 2013 3:13 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Detroit may just have filed for bankruptcy but that hasn’t stopped filmmakers arriving in the troubled Us city in their droves, among them British writer-producer-director Suzie Halewood.

Michael Bay is busy shooting Transformers 4 in Detroit, where Ryan Gosling has also just finished shooting his feature directorial debut, How To Catch A Monster.

Now, Suzie Halewood is in the first week of shooting her dystopian thriller Division 19 starring Neve Campbell, Clarke Peters (The Wire) and Jamie Draven.

The British qualifying film, financed through Eis and private investment and also through local tax credits, is set in 2039. In a grim, futuristic society, online viewers determine the fates of members of the burgeoning prison population. Neve Campbell plays Nielsen, the woman who runs all the jails.

“There are a lot of derelict houses,” said Halewood of Detroit as a location. “It is absolutely desolate. On a Sunday morning, you can walk downtown seeing no-one. You won’t see »

- geoffrey@macnab.demon.co.uk (Geoffrey Macnab)

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Vangelis’ Score For ‘Blade Runner’ Will Be Getting a Red Vinyl Release

20 March 2013 9:24 AM, PDT | Destroy the Brain | See recent Destroy the Brain news »

Andy and I were just talking about the movie Blade Runner last night.  It has always been a film that intrigues and fascinates me and is one of those classics that I frequently go back to watch at least once a year.  As of late, I’ve been on a 1940′s-1950′s  film-noir kick and have been soaking in a number of films in that style ranging from low-budget and little known fare like Detour to more acclaimed titles like Double IndemnityBlade Runner is very much a futuristic noir in the style of these moody and stylized pieces of cinema.  A large contributor to the film working in this style is the score.  Film composer Vangelis used synthesizers and classical arrangements to breathe life into Ridley Scott’s rainy and neon-lit cityscapes.  Fans of the score and collectors of vinyl will be happy to hear that the soundtrack is heading our way. »

- Michael Haffner

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