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Bevan Walsh: First the Worst

You may have noticed that we've been showing exclusive short films on in an 'Easter egg' fashion... just click Shift and X right now on your keyboard to see what we're talking about! This innovative new technology comes courtesy of our terrific sponsor Diet Coke. One of the films featured over the past few weeks was a short from a director with some Tribeca Film Festival history. Director Bevan Walsh's last short film, Love Does Grow on Trees, premiered in the U.S. at Tff 2009, and was named one of New York Magazine's Top Five Shorts at Tribeca. It went on to win numerous accolades, including being nominated for a British Independent Film Award and singled out for praise by Danny Boyle at the ceremony, and winning ‘Best Newcomer' at the Rushes Soho Shorts Festival in London. It has since screened at over 80 festivals worldwide. Now through
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Mifff 2010 announces lineup, runs this weeekend!

For those in Seattle, your in luck. The 2nd edition of the The Maelstrom International Fantastic Film Festival is this coming weekend (September 17th - 19th) and has not only a few films to satisfy, but a couple we really love.

Our own agentorange called Adam Mason's Blood River, which will be playing, a tour-de-force. You can read our review here..

A Serbian Film may have run into a few problems elsewhere, but play here in the states is never an issue.

You can check out further details and buy tickets off the official website.

Full lineup after the break.

Blood River

USA - Director Adam Mason - 104 min

A newlywed couple are pushed to the limit during a chance encounter with a mysterious drifter in a deserted ghost town.

Mørke Sjeler (Dark Souls)

Norway, France - Directors César Ducasse, Mathieu Peteul - 97 min

A revengeful father embarks on
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Full Nominees List of 11th British Independent Film Awards

The nominees for the eleventh annual British Independent Film Awards (BIFAs) have been announced. On Tuesday, October 28, at Soho House in London, it is unveiled that IRA prison drama "Hunger" and crime comedy "In Bruges" have dominated the list by collecting seven nominations each.

Both of them will battle it out for the title of Best British Independent Film, contending also with "Slumdog Millionaire", "Man on Wire" and "Somers Town". They will also go head-to-head for Best Screenplay and Best Debut Director. The latter is also known as The Douglas Hickox Award.

On the performers' category, past Variety Award recipient Keira Knightley has been nominated for Best Actress for her performance in "The Duchess". She will be facing Vera Farmiga, Samantha Morton, Kelly Reilly and Sally Hawkins. Moreover, "In Bruges" star Colin Farrell will be up against Michael Fassbender, Brendan Gleeson, Riz Ahmed and Thomas Turgoose for the Best Actor.
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