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HBO has long been known for pushing the envelope with their TV series, most notably Game of Thrones, which has come under fire several times for its depictions of lurid sex acts and several characters being forcibly raped. The pay cable network will seemingly continue this tradition with Westworld, as Business Insider reveals a document from Central Casting, which details some of the sexual acts that extras are being asked to perform on the upcoming sci-fi series. Here's an excerpt from the document.
"This document serves to inform you that this project will require you to be fully nude and/or witness others fully nude and participate in graphic sexual situations. By accepting this Project Assignment, you may be required to do any of the following: appear fully nude; wear a pubic hair patch; perform genital-to-genital touching; have your genitals painted; simulate oral sex with hand-to-genital touching; contort to form »
Laura Kitchens was last seen alive on March 7th.
She was murdered.
Castle, The Maltese Falcon, Sherlock – what do they all have in common besides being about detectives?
They’re fictional – i.e. you can’t be them.
Well, dust off your oversized magnifying glass and old electric razor (for the late nights you’ll be pulling), because BBC Writers room have released a new immersive digital mystery as of…right now.
A woman named Laura Kitchens has been murdered. Using footage from the last 24 hours of her life (from the fictional surveillance programme SaturnEye), as well as access to her Facebook, Twitter and Instagram profiles, you must solve the mystery of her death. Click the image below to get started:
Although ‘immersive digital mystery’ sounds a bit hipster-esque, the grungey set-up of the site and the concept behind the ‘experience’ itself is wonderfully engaging. There are echoes of everything »
- Oli Davis
Second European edition of genre co-production market to feature two extra spotlights in addition to its 17-strong line-up.
Frontières International Co-Production Market has unveiled the full line-up for its second European edition, taking place at the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival from April 9-11.
This year sees an expanded Frontières line-up which will allow more projects to participate in live pitch sessions. In addition, it will include a Market Spotlight, featuring projects co-presented by Blood Window at Ventana Sur and the European Genre Forum at Tallinn Black Nights, and a Seeking Director spotlight which will involved three projects in development.
The 17-strong Frontières line-up features the already-announced Érik Canuel’s On the Threshold (an English-language remake of Sur Le Seuil) alongside new projects from directors Alexandre O. Philippe, Casey Walker and John Harrison, and producers Carole Scotta and Andrew D. Corkin.
It also features Eugene Garcia’s Jessie’s Demons, the new project »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Ian Sandwell)
3 items from 2015
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