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In a response of sorts to the 2006 film Paris, je t’aime (which in English is “Paris I Love You”) a number of horror directors have signed on to direct segments in Paris I’ll Kill You. So far, directors attached include Joe Dante (Gremlins), Paco Plaza ([Rec]), Vincenzo Natali (Splice), Xavier Gens (Hitman), and Ryuhei Kitamura (Midnight Meat Train). THR reports that the film will be produced by Darryn Welch (Night Train) and Mathieu Robinet (Flawless). Lesser known directors that will also be helming segments include Christopher Smith, Joern Heitmann, and French duo Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo.
Paris, je t’aime included romantic-themed short films from directors like Alfonso Cuarón, Alexander Payne, and the Coen brothers. That film spun off the star-studded New York, I Love You with even more directors helming segments, this time centered around New York City, and producers are currently planning films dedicated to Shanghai and Jerusalem. »
- Adam Chitwood
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In 1961 British-born director Kent Mackenzie made The Exiles, one of the first films to show the lives of Native Americans. Before this, they were usually portrayed as little more than savages in westerns, and Mackenzie, perhaps because of his non-us roots, could clearly see the huge gulf between this big-screen image and the reality. Set in La, the film offers a day in the life of some of America's indigenous population, attempting to show how things are "not for all, but for many" in a John Cassavetes-style improvised drama. The cast, full of interesting names such as Frankie Red Elk and Delos Yellow Eagle, were mostly born on the dwindling reservation land their people were corralled into in the 19th century, and though they are only a generation or two from owning the country, it's clear their place in society is nowhere near the top, »
- Phelim O'Neill
3 items from 2010
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