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Kickstarter Pick of the Moment: Chute Fighter

20 August 2013 11:12 AM, PDT | Pastemagazine.com | See recent PasteMagazine news »

From time to time, your friends at Paste scour Kickstarter to find projects worthy of your support and love. Support independent art today by becoming a backer, and spread the word, why dontcha? Today’s favorite is a project called Chute Fighter, and although it’s unfortunately not a mashup of Mma and Chutes and Ladders (although — not to self…), it’s pretty awesome nonetheless. Chute Fighter is a short narrative film set in the rodeo world, with a young female protagonist. Here’s the producers’ summary: Chute Fighter examines an American family in mourning, set within the backdrop of the rodeo world »

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Rona Anderson obituary

9 August 2013 5:21 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Star of British film thrillers who specialised in the role of the classy girlfriend

In the 1950s, while watching a second feature before the "big picture" at their local cinema, regular British filmgoers would often have seen Rona Anderson, who has died aged 86. Anderson starred in 20 movies between 1950 and 1958, mostly well-crafted, low-budget thrillers. Opposite such luminaries as Robert Beatty, Jimmy Hanley, John Bentley, Paul Carpenter and Lee Patterson, Anderson was the classy girlfriend who helps the hero solve a murder, usually via a visit to the criminal underground, all within the hour allotted to the film.

According to the Scottish comedian Stanley Baxter, Anderson "had this incredible, porcelain-like face, too beautiful for film … The camera likes angularity, to see the edges, and I think Rona's face was just too perfect." Whatever the reason, Anderson made few major movies, though she appeared in many popular television series, such as The Human Jungle »

- Ronald Bergan

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Rona Anderson obituary

9 August 2013 5:21 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Star of British film thrillers who specialised in the role of the classy girlfriend

In the 1950s, while watching a second feature before the "big picture" at their local cinema, regular British filmgoers would often have seen Rona Anderson, who has died aged 86. Anderson starred in 20 movies between 1950 and 1958, mostly well-crafted, low-budget thrillers. Opposite such luminaries as Robert Beatty, Jimmy Hanley, John Bentley, Paul Carpenter and Lee Patterson, Anderson was the classy girlfriend who helps the hero solve a murder, usually via a visit to the criminal underground, all within the hour allotted to the film.

According to the Scottish comedian Stanley Baxter, Anderson "had this incredible, porcelain-like face, too beautiful for film … The camera likes angularity, to see the edges, and I think Rona's face was just too perfect." Whatever the reason, Anderson made few major movies, though she appeared in many popular television series, such as The Human Jungle »

- Ronald Bergan

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Only God Forgives – review

3 August 2013 4:06 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Nicolas Winding Refn follows up his Los Angeles pulp thriller Drive with an ultraviolent far eastern crime oddity

Like his mentor, the 57-year-old enfant terrible Lars von Trier, the 42-year-old Nicolas Winding Refn is equally fascinated by extreme violence and the austere, mystical Lutheranism of Carl Dreyer, the father figure of Danish cinema and still its greatest exponent. His new film as writer-director, Only God Forgives, exhibits both these elements but is set far from Denmark in a stylised, present-day Bangkok, almost entirely at night in underpopulated, garishly neon-lit streets and dark interiors, though there's one memorable, downbeat shot of the oppressive, smog-ridden city in the early morning.

The film's central character is an American expatriate played by Ryan Gosling, who made a serious impression as a getaway driver in Refn's Los Angeles-set Drive. More recently he appeared as a sad fairground performer and criminal in Derek Cianfrance's A Place Beyond the Pines, »

- Philip French

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New Take On Classic Tale

28 July 2013 7:05 AM, PDT | Huffington Post | See recent Huffington Post news »

A new trailer has been released for the latest take on the classic story of "Romeo & Juliet."

Adapted by "Downton Abbey" creator Julian Fellowes, "Romeo & Juliet" stars Douglas Booth ("From Time to Time") and Hailee Steinfeld ("True Grit") as the ill-fated lovers.

The trailer borrows classic Shakespeare lines, beginning, "Never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo." Romeo and Juliet are shown falling in love as Juliet's cousin Tybalt (played by Ed Westwick of "Gossip Girl" fame) warns the young woman against being with a man from the Montague family, the rivals of her own family, the Capulets. Take a look at the clip above.

"Romeo & Juliet" has been adapted for the big screen many times. Notable iterations include Baz Luhrmann's 1996 film starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes, and George Cukor's 1936 adaptation starring Leslie Howard and Norma Shearer.

The 2013 adaptation of William Shakespeare »

- Madeline Boardman

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John Goodman: five best moments

12 July 2013 12:01 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

The Monsters University star has been a big screen presence for a number of years. Here's some of his most memorable moments

John Goodman first rose to prominence in sitcom Roseanne, starring as long-suffering working class everyman Dan Conner. The show began in 1988, and over the intervening years he's been a consistently engaging screen presence on the big and small screen – although he can be a fractious interviewee, as Xan Brooks found out earlier this year when interviewing him for Argo:

Fishing responses from him is like chipping at granite. He says, "No, sir" and, "I don't know"; "I suppose" and, "I wouldn't know about that." From time to time, he emits a long, breathy groan, as though invisible doctors are subjecting him to some invasive medical procedure. I don't know whether he's exhausted or sick; whether he hates interviews or this particular interviewer. On balance, with the benefit of hindsight, »

- Adam Boult

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Massive Attack v Adam Curtis – review

6 July 2013 4:50 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Mayfield Depot, Manchester

It's an irony, given his obsession with our surveillance culture, that if you were to cast the voice of Orwell's Big Brother, Adam Curtis would be hard to beat. The BBC documentary-maker – justly celebrated for series that include The Century of the Self, The Power of Nightmares and All Watched Over By Machines of Loving Grace – speaks with such paternal conviction, such stylish wisdom, that given half a day in a film archive you suspect he could have you believe pretty much anything. This Manchester international festival collaboration with Bristol-based trip-hop pioneers Massive Attack is billed as a playful showdown, a versus, in the manner of a rap contest or a prize fight; the vast derelict train depot in which this battle is being staged over 10 nights offers a suitably raw-boned backdrop for the high-decibel stand-off – earplugs are given out at the door – but it quickly becomes »

- Tim Adams

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Cinematography: Vilmos Zsigmond

30 June 2013 12:05 PM, PDT | AwardsDaily.com | See recent AwardsDaily news »

From time to time we run across a gem that has nothing much to do with current cinema but worth sharing all the same. Someone called LadyPhantomThe has collected dozens »

- Ryan Adams

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Buyers to descend on UK for Luff

21 June 2013 4:44 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Around 200 European and international distributors and festival programmers are expected in London next week for the 10th edition of the London UK Film Focus (Luff), running June 24-27.

Premieres include Exclusive Media’s Formula 1 doc 1, StudioCanal’s horror thriller In Fear, the Damian Jones-produced Powder Room starring Sheridan Smith, Metro International’s raucous comedy The Stag and Altitude Film Sales’ The Hooligan Factory.

uConnect, the London-based sales outfit run by Peter Rogers, will be screening Summer In February, starring Dominic Cooper and Dan Stevens.

“The timing is very good for us. We did think it would stand out at Luff,” said Rogers. The love triangle tale was released in the UK earlier this month by Metrodome.

Luff will return to the BFI Southbank to showcase features.

Natalie Brenner, Evp of international sales at Metro International, said: “You have the best screening rooms in London. You have an invited list of really good distributors who sit and »

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

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Revive Pakistan's film industry: Daily

20 June 2013 11:44 PM, PDT | RealBollywood.com | See recent RealBollywood news »

Islamabad, June 21: Much needs to be done for reviving Pakistan's film industry, said a leading Pakistani daily Friday.

"Given the challenges this country faces, the casual observer could be forgiven for thinking that cultural activity is at a low ebb. That, however, is not the case. From Karachi to Peshawar to Swat, cultural activities are drawing audiences," said an editorial in the Dawn.

"From time to time, these are of a nature that cause haunting nostalgia, a tangible desire to return to the gentler Pakistan where music, art and culture were amongst the state's priorities," it added.

The Karachi Arts Council is holding. »

- Machan Kumar

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Watch Anna Silk & Michael Beach In a Trailer For Assassins Tale

4 June 2013 2:41 PM, PDT | Filmofilia | See recent Filmofilia news »

From time to time we like to check out some real crime-action. You know, things like greed, betrayal, murder, and stuff like that. Arthur Louis Fuller‘s latest flick Assassins Tale includes all that (and more), and that’s exactly why we’re here today – to share the official trailer and poster for the movie which stars lovely Anna Silk and (obviously) promises a lot of action. Take a look! In case you’re not so familiar with the title, let me first inform you that Fuller directed the whole thing from a script he co-wrote with Guy Garner, which revolves around a trio of assassins who stand »

- Jeanne Standal

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Alejandro Jodorowsky: 'I am not mad. I am trying to heal my soul'

23 May 2013 4:00 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Th 84-year-old director rolled into Cannes this week to discuss his latest film La Danza de la Realidad, a magic-realist memoir of his youth. He talks about his troubled childhood, his passion for psychomagic – and why ageing doesn't trouble him

Missing, believed lost, Alejandro Jodorowsky rolls into Cannes like a conquering hero. He has a room at the Croisette and a film in the directors' fortnight – a rambunctious sidebar away from the Palais. "I am like the rain, I go where I'm needed," the director explains. "If I were in the big house, with the red carpet and photographers and all the fancy women, I would be ashamed." He has always been happier way out on the fringes.

Jodorowsky turned 84 last birthday. He has white hair, bright eyes and a crocodile smile. It is now more than four decades since he thrilled the faithful as El Topo, a mysterious gunslinger in rabbinical black, »

- Xan Brooks

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'Tanked's' Wayde King: 'I'm still broke'

17 May 2013 3:00 PM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

When Wayde King married his wife, Heather, she came as part of a package deal with her brother, Brett Raymer, and her father, Irwin "The General" Raymer, and a business partnership that became Las Vegas-based Acrylic Tank Manufacturing.

Now that Atm is the focus of the reality show "Tanked," airing Fridays on Animal Planet, King and Raymer spend a lot of time together, both for television and business.

"We've been together almost 17 years, so we're like brothers," Raymer tells Zap2it while sitting at a picnic table with King at a Malibu, Calif., winery where they've just installed an aquarium built into a covered wagon.

He continues, "We know each other's pet peeves; we know each other's good and bad points."

"I irritate him more," says King.

"Over the years," says Raymer, "we've learned to the point where, if I've got a problem with him, I just walk away. Fifteen minutes later, »

- editorial@zap2it.com

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Cannes 2013 diary: day one

15 May 2013 3:04 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Securing an interview with The Great Gatsby star Leonardo DiCaprio required un-Luhrmann-like levels of attention

The 66th Cannes film festival opens with The Great Gatsby, Baz Luhrmann's star-spangled adaptation of the nightclub in Southsea. Luhrmann's opus has the swimming pools and fireworks. It's got a thousand extras, 40 Prada party dresses, 288,000 crystals and an exclusive VIP area containing the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire and Carey Mulligan. To commemorate this grand unveiling, the press is allowed behind the velvet rope to meet them.

Day one of the festival begins with an interview with Luhrmann, who is altogether delightful. It then continues towards a promised audience with the film's star, DiCaprio, out at the Hôtel du Cap on the cliffs beyond town. En route through the grounds, the people carrier gets lost in a maze of rutted, unsigned roads and effects a series of jolting six-point turns as the security »

- Xan Brooks

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'90210' interview: Matt Lanter previews the end of the show and bringing happiness to Liam

13 May 2013 1:19 PM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

After five seasons of high drama, "90210" ends its run on Monday (May 13) with its series finale, "We All Fall Down." We recently spoke to Matt Lanter (Liam) about what was coming and about how it felt to bring this character to an end.

Is Liam really going to run off to Australia? Because I don't know if that's going to be okay with people.

Matt Lanter: [laughs] Yeah, I don't think it would be okay with people. But I guess that would be a big spoiler if I said I did run off. Let's just put it this way: I just want Liam to be happy, whatever he does. And I think fans should be cool with that. I mean, this kid has gone through so much strife in the past five years -- like his dad, his relationships, women have taken advantage of him in every way possible. I »

- editorial@zap2it.com

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Limited Paper: Behold, Incredible New Mondo Posters Based on the Films of Paul Thomas Anderson

13 May 2013 11:55 AM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

From time to time, Mondo likes to welcome a few new artists into the fold.  They’re also big on launching posters as part of a larger “series”, as in their ongoing Universal Monsters releases, the still-waiting-for-a-Martin-Ansin-Twelve-Monkeys series based on the films of Terry Gilliam, or the somewhat-unofficial Tyler-Stout-doing-Quentin-Tarantino-films series.  Today, they’re doing all of these things at once:  a new poster series based on the filmography of Paul Thomas Anderson has been announced, and they’re bringing in both artists new and old to see it through to completion.  See some of that action after the jump, Captain. Mondo’s just announced something incredible, a poster series based on the films of Paul Thomas Anderson: "This was my first large-scale curatorial project.  It was much more work than I had anticipated, but the end result is something I'm incredibly proud of," said Aaron Horkey.  "It's been great »

- Scott Wampler

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Man Utd: 13 Memorable Moments From Alex Ferguson’s 13 Glorious Titles

9 May 2013 1:15 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

After 27 years at the helm, Sir Alex Ferguson today shocked the world of sport by announcing his retirement. As the plaudits pour in for this living legend it makes United’s latest title triumph all the more poignant.

Manchester United will be presented with the league trophy for the 20th time, on 12th May, and incredibly, as we look back on Fergie’s career, it will be his 13th Premier League title triumph. In total he has won 38 trophies with United (including the Charity/Community Shield) and overseen the creation of some memorable sides.

He has seen off all challengers, shown durability and has mastered the skill of being adaptable, whilst retaining elements of an old fashioned managerial approach. The man is the embodiment of the term “living legend.” When you think of the players and managers that were around when he took over at United (Norman Whiteside, Brian Clough »

- John de Gruyther

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Blog of Thrones: ‘The Climb’ Takes Us Further Into The Darkness

6 May 2013 8:30 AM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Compared with last week’s episode, Game of Thrones‘ sixth frame of season three was a bit of calm following what was a furious episode of movement. It’s fitting, then, that it begins with a rather quite scene by the fire, checking in on Samwell Tarly and his stolen wildling girl Gilly. Still her most awkward of heroes — not even fit to start a damn fire — Sam attempts to pass their time in the wilderness Beyond the Wall with a soothing song. Just as a fiery sword battle set the tone for last week’s rage, Sam’s tender moment establishes the big goal for “The Climb”: it’s about moving characters forward with smaller, calmer moments. And taking a trip into much darker territory. From here, there will be advanced talking points from this week’s episode, “The Climb.” Read on at your own peril.  “I saw Jon Snow… Surrounded »

- Neil Miller

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Observer film critic steps down

4 May 2013 4:20 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

His first column appeared in April 1963 and he would become the doyen of UK film critics. Having announced he will soon file his last column, he talks about meeting Chaplin, and Hollywood's greatest canine actors

Philip French's international reputation as a film critic is unrivalled. As recently as February, after a career with the Observer that began in 1963, an American film journal rated him as Britain's "greatest living movie analyst". But at the end of August he is to file his last column as this newspaper's film critic. After an illustrious half century, French, who was honoured with an OBE in January, has decided to step down following his 80th birthday the same month.

In his first column for the Observer, he bemoaned the lack of British films offering a believable picture of criminathe underworld. He noted "the tired vignettes of sub-Runyon characters" in The Small World of Sammy Lee starring Anthony Newley. »

- Vanessa Thorpe

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Should We Be Excited or Nervous About The Great Gatsby?

23 April 2013 9:37 AM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

From time to time, there are issues so divisive that they threaten to tear apart the entire Vulture staff and, if left untended, could destroy the very fabric of reality as we know it. It is incumbent on us, then, to address these issues in a manner befitting their extreme importance. Today's hot topic: Should we be excited about Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby? Kyle Buchanan and Amanda Dobbins will now work through their anxieties.Amanda: Kyle! After months (years, really) of staring across the bay at Baz Luhrmann’s very bright green light, the moment is upon us. We finally get to watch Leonardo DiCaprio throw shirts and to hear what money sounds like as interpreted by Carey Mulligan’s American accent. It is very exciting — or at least I think it is, despite the six-month delay, the poorly Photoshopped posters, and the loud, histrionic trailers. Are these warning signs, »

- Kyle Buchanan,Amanda Dobbins

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