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Nyff 2015. Projections: Flipping Through Channels

2 October 2015 7:43 AM, PDT | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

 The New STYLEThis is the second year that the New York Film Festival has presented Projections, its extensive showcase of experimental film and video that for years had been called Views From the Avant-Garde. The name change (or "rebranding," in the parlance of our ugly times) corresponded, of course, to the departure of longtime programmer Mark McElhatten. Under his stewardship, Views became one of the premiere experimental film festivals in the world, a long weekend of high caliber dispatches from established masters, alongside bracing discoveries by up-and-coming makers whose work somehow caught Mark's eye. His programming partner, Film Comment's Gavin Smith, often brought along selections that complemented Mark's, even as they were out of his usual bailiwick.The Views era was not without its dissenters. Some complained that McElhatten rounded up the usual suspects year after year, sometimes without regard to the relative quality of their latest offerings. Others, most prominently Su Friedrich, »

- Michael Sicinski

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Natalie Dormer Enters The Forest In New Trailer

30 September 2015 5:09 PM, PDT | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

In time-honoured horror movie tradition, The Forest warns us not to stray from the path. And in time-honoured horror movie tradition, Natalie Dormer doesn't listen. See how big a mistake that is in the new trailer, just unleashed by MTV.Set in the same location as Gus Van Sant’s Sea Of Trees, The Forest finds a young American woman searching for her vanished twin sister in the Japanese forest of Aokigahara. It’s a place at the foot of Mount Fuji where people traditionally end their lives. But though she’s seeking answers, what she actually discovers is a forest full of the angry souls of the dead who have perished there previously.Jason Zada (The Houses Of Halloween) directed this one, and the ubiquitous David S. Goyer contributed to the script and is among the producers. The Forest is out in the UK on March 25. »

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Amanda Seyfried For "Givenchy"

29 September 2015 8:03 AM, PDT | SneakPeek | See recent SneakPeek news »

Sneak Peek new images, plus footage of actress Amanda Seyfried, in a campaign for the fragrance "Givenchy Live Irrésistible":

Seyfried started her career as a young model, then moved on to recurring roles on the soap operas "As the World Turns" and "All My Children".

In 2004, Seyfried made her film debut in the teen comedy "Mean Girls", with subsequent supporting roles in independent films, including "Nine Lives" (2005), the crime drama "Alpha Dog" (2006) and a recurring role in the Upn TV drama "Veronica Mars" (2004–2006).

Between 2006 and 2011, she starred on the HBO drama series "Big Love" and appeared in the 2008 musical feature film "Mamma Mia!".

Noted appearances include "Jennifer's Body" (2009), "Chloe" (2009), "Dear John" (2010), "Letters to Juliet" (2010), "Red Riding Hood" (2011) and "In Time" (2011).

Other roles included "Gone" (2012), "Les Misérables" (2012), "Lovelace" (2013), "A Million Ways to Die in the West" (2014) and "Ted 2" (2015).

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- Michael Stevens

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Daniel Radcliffe's The Gamechangers review: Tense, nostalgic drama is Grand Theft Auto meets The Social Network

15 September 2015 2:30 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Video gaming isn't the subject of many films (and we're not talking Pixels), but considering that Grand Theft Auto V became one of the world's best-selling entertainment products ever in 2013, it was only a matter of time.

Daniel Radcliffe sports a beard that his old mate Hagrid would be proud of as Rockstar producer Sam Houser in this one-off BBC film, which follows the company's difficult encounters while developing San Andreas back in 2002.

The film makes it very clear that it is in no way authorised by Rockstar, and so one can expect a certain degree of poetic licence in this tale of a bunch of white Brits making a game steeped in black American culture.

Director Owen Harris and writer James Wood must have been influenced by The Social Network in some way or another. David Fincher's 2010 film focused on another tech genius as he created something the whole world would eventually want. »

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Tiff 2015. Wavelengths, Part One: The Short Films

12 September 2015 1:26 PM, PDT | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

Youth On The MARCHThere are 48 individual films screening in the Wavelengths section of this year’s Toronto International Film Festival. The relative importance of this section, amidst the vast array of offerings in this relatively huge festival, depends on your taste in movies, of course, to say nothing of your specific objectives. If you’re coming to Toronto to try to score a hot tip in this year’s Oscar race, well . . . I feel sorry for you on a number of levels. But Wavelengths is unlikely to be your jam. Originally conceived exclusively as a showcase for experimental and non-narrative films (hence the section’s title, a direct tribute to avant-garde master and Toronto native son Michael Snow), Wavelengths now encompasses the edgier, less commercial side of art cinema. This is the first of two preview essays, and my aim is to cover everything in the section. These are the »

- Michael Sicinski

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Venice Film Review: ‘Man Down’

8 September 2015 3:07 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Although in real life, United States troops haven’t fought on native soil since World War II, in the confused alternate reality of Dito Montiel’s “Man Down,” there’s an urgent battle raging at home today. For countless American veterans — and one scuzzy-faced ex-Marine played by Shia Labeouf in particular — the armed conflicts they face abroad are nothing compared to what awaits them upon their return. With that in mind, Montiel reunites with Labeouf (whose star has dramatically skyrocketed — and just as swiftly plummeted — since “Saints”) in this appallingly manipulative psychological thriller, which scolds audiences for not caring enough about our veterans, while counting on the well-meaning message to excuse this otherwise awful mess of a movie.

“America, we have a problem!” screams the bold, blood-red graffiti scrawled across the bombed-out remains of some American city, delivering what amounts to the subtlest message “Man Down” has to offer. What that problem is (zombies? »

- Peter Debruge

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Telluride Film Review: ‘Taj Mahal’

4 September 2015 10:45 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Imagine “Die Hard” as told from the point of view of one of the terrified office workers huddled under her desk while angry Germans hold Nakatomi Plaza hostage. That fundamental shift of perspective, which redirects the audience’s focus from a gung-ho action hero trying to save the day to a relatively unexceptional victim on the sidelines, drives “(Spy)ies” helmer Nicolas Saada’s sophomore feature, “Taj Mahal,” a genre-upending non-thriller inspired by the 2008 Mumbai attacks in which we spend the entire movie trapped in a hotel room with a panic-stricken teenager. Neither as psychological nor as cinematic as its ambitious concept suggests, the film could nevertheless stir up some reasonable arthouse interest following its Venice and Telluride festival launches.

Whether or not the exercise succeeds essentially boils down to how interesting audiences find 18-year-old Louise, a privileged Franco-English photography student played by “Nymphomaniac” star Stacy Martin. The actress, who »

- Peter Debruge

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Venice Film Review: ‘Equals’

4 September 2015 4:13 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Equals” director Drake Doremus has good news and bad news about the future. The bad news is that love, sex and anything to do with human emotion has been eradicated, which means it won’t be easy for Nicholas Hoult and Kristen Stewart to follow through on the longing gazes they exchange from across their post-apocalyptic habitat. On the bright side, however, the fashion’s not bad (much classier than those high-waisted trousers the future folk wear in Spike Jonze’s “Her”) and the architecture is downright fantastic, so there’s plenty to satisfy the peepers, even above and beyond this conceptual romance’s already easy-on-the-eyes (and even easier-to-market) co-stars.

Younger-skewing than Doremus’ two first films, “Like Crazy” and “Breathe In,” this simplistic and over-obvious allegory of love — from the emotion’s hesitant origins to its potentially tragic fizzle — should resonate most with the arthouse-going segment of the “Twilight” fanbase, »

- Peter Debruge

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This 1998 Neil Gaiman short story would make a compelling and timely movie in 2015

4 September 2015 6:00 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Short stories often make the best source material for feature films. They offer pitches with a gem of a concept that can be expanded into a more complex story. Fans of the original short story aren’t as prone to get pissed at changes from the book as fans of novels since they can acknowledge that there naturally are alterations when expanding a short story. Glaring omissions due to time constraints aren’t likely to be a problem like they are when adapting 500-page books to two-hour movies. “Brokeback Mountain,” “The Fly,” “Children of the Corn,” “The Absent-Minded Professor,” “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button,” “Total Recall” (and a slew of other Philip K. Dick sci-fi imaginings) started out as short stories. Neil Gaiman’s uniquely enchanting, haunting imagination has inspired a handful of film adaptations, including stop-motion movie “Coraline” and the far-too-much-fun “Stardust,” which starred Robert De Niro and a pre-“DaredevilCharlie Cox. »

- Emily Rome

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Vulture's 2015 Fall Entertainment Generator: 308 Things to Watch, Hear, and Do

23 August 2015 6:05 PM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

You have a lot to worry about over the next few months: Booking flights for that destination wedding you're attending in two weeks (and deciding if you have to bring a gift or if you attendance is enough). Fantasy football, or the avoidance of it. Finding a good pasta salad for your cousin's Labor Day BBQ. Buying new boots. In time you'll be raking leaves, and not long after that, winterizing your speedboat. The list goes on and on. Point is, you won't be wanting for anxiety this fall. Choosing worthwhile entertainment shouldn't add to it. That's why we dusted off our Fall Entertainment Generator and packed it full of 308 upcoming movies, shows, books, albums, and more. Simply pick a genre (blockbuster, indie, something adventurous, something trashy) and desired vibe (laugh, cry, scared, thrilled, inspired, or feel smart) and the generator will prescribe a bespoke cultural offering. There's no better »

- Vulture Editors

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Video of the Week: Fka twigs - M3LL155X

20 August 2015 7:54 PM, PDT | | See recent CultureCatch news »

British singer, songwriter, producer and dancer Fka twigs has released a brand new Ep entitled M3LL155X (Young Turks), that features five songs, four of which -- "Figure 8", "I'm Your Doll", "In Time", "Glass & Patron" -- are accompanied by a video directed by Fka twigs herself. The four film pieces form one continuous Fka twigs-directed work, cementing who she is as an artist with an aggressive statement conceptualizing the process of feeling pregnant with pain, birthing creativity and liberation. She breathes a quiet but potent energy into every frame. One of the freshest musicians on the scene today.


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Fka Twigs Just Surprise-Dropped Her New Ep With a Brilliant Short Film

13 August 2015 12:56 PM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

There's no better way to experience a new Fka Twigs song than accompanied with one of her spectacularly strange visual creations. Twigs knows this, so for her third Ep, M3LL155X, she's surprised-released the whole project along with a 16-minute short film she directed. The sequencing goes like this: "Figure 8," I'm Your Doll," "In Time," "Mothercreep," and "Glass & Patron." Most of those songs we've previously heard, with the videos for "Mothercreep" and "Glass & Patron" joint-released back in March (seen at the film's end); she also performed "I'm Your Doll" at her Congregata residency.But it's two of those new songs that provide the film's standout moments: "I'm Your Doll" starts off with Jesse Kanda's abstract fingerprint all over it, but it turns frighteningly literal as Twigs transposes her head onto that of a blow-up doll, completely lifeless as a man appears to rape her to the point of deflation. »

- Dee Lockett

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The Secret ‘Fantastic Four’ Film That No One Was Meant to See

6 August 2015 1:27 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

When audiences see 20th Century Fox’s “Fantastic Four” reboot this weekend, they’ll likely assume that it’s the third entry in the cinematic superhero saga. But a new documentary hopes to dispel that myth once and for all.

“Doomed: The Untold Story of Roger Corman’s The Fantastic Four” reveals the baffling circumstances that led to the filming of an unreleased 1994 feature film starring Marvel’s comic book quartet that was never meant to be seen publicly.

The story goes like this: In late 1992, three years after the success of Tim Burton’s “Batman,” producer Bernd Eichinger approached low-budget filmmaking maestro Roger Corman about making a movie based on the Fantastic Four. Eichinger, the German producer of “The Neverending Story,” had acquired rights to the superhero team’s story and needed to begin production immediately.

In short order, a professional cast and crew was assembled, sets and costumes »

- Matthew Chernov

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Good Kill DVD Review

3 August 2015 6:54 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Director: Andrew Niccol

Cast: Ethan Hawke, Bruce Greenwood, January Jones, Zoë Kravitz

Certificate: 15

Running Time: 102 min

With Andrew Niccol’s (Lord Of War, In Time) focus firmly fixed on the contentious and unfamiliar world of drone pilots, Good Kill reunites the writer-director with his Gattaca star Ethan Hawke (Training Day, Sinister), to evoke concerns about the use of drone technology and morality in war.

Set it the scorched landscape of a Las Vegas airbase, Good Kill follows the life of fighter-pilot turned drone-pilot Major Thomas Egan (Ethan Hawke) as he fights the Taliban via remote control for half of his day, before going home to his wife (January Jones) and kids for the other. Perpetually distant at home and increasingly reliant on alcohol, Egan’s psychological strain only intensifies when his team – led by Lt. Colonel Jack Johns (Bruce Greenwood) – is placed in the hands of new CIA masters, unshackled »

- Mike McCarthy

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Competition: Win ‘Good Kill’ on Blu-ray

1 August 2015 11:36 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

To celebrate the release of Good Kill – on DVD & Blu-ray from 3rd August 2015 – we have a copy on Blu-ray to giveaway courtesy of Arrow Films.

From the creator of Gattaca and The Truman Show comes a tense and psychological journey into the morality of drone warfare. Ethan Hawke (Training Day, Sinister) stars as a fighter pilot who now battles with Taliban using just a joystick – but is he saving the world or making it worse?

Good Kill is out on DVD and Blu-ray from 3rd August 2015, and stars: Ethan Hawke (Training Day, Sinister, Gattaca); January Jones (X-Men: First Class, TV’s Mad Men); Zoe Kravitz (Mad Max: Fury Road, Divergent, X-Men: First Class); and Bruce Greenwood (Star Trek, TV’s Mad Men). It is written and directed by Andrew Niccol (Gattaca, The Truman Show, In Time)

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- Phil Wheat

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Giveaway – Win Good Kill on Blu-ray

26 July 2015 2:58 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

To celebrate the release of Good Kill – on DVD & Blu-ray from 3rd August 2015 – we have a copy on Blu-ray to giveaway courtesy of Arrow Films.

From the creator of Gattaca and The Truman Show comes a tense and psychological journey into the morality of drone warfare. Ethan Hawke (Training Day, Sinister) stars as a fighter pilot who now battles with Taliban using just a joystick – but is he saving the world or making it worse?

Good Kill is out on DVD and Blu-ray from 3rd August 2015, and stars:

Ethan Hawke (Training Day, Sinister, Gattaca)

January Jones (X-Men: First Class, TV’s Mad Men)

Zoe Kravitz (Mad Max: Fury Road, Divergent, X-Men: First Class)

Bruce Greenwood (Star Trek, TV’s Mad Men)

It is written and directed by:

Andrew Niccol (Gattaca, The Truman Show, In Time)

You can order Good Kill via Amazon here.

The competition closes at midnight on Sunday, »

- Gary Collinson

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Amanda Seyfried Was Once Paid Only 10 Percent of Her Male Co-Star's Salary: "We Were Pretty Even in Status"

14 July 2015 10:55 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Jennifer Lawrence is the odd woman out in Hollywood. The Oscar-winning actress will earn a reported $20 million for her role in Passengers, while the sci-fi movie's male lead, Chris Pratt, will earn only a fraction of what Lawrence will make. As Amanda Seyfried tells The Sunday Times, it's rare for a woman to be paid more than (or the same as) her famous male counterpart. "A few years ago, on one of my big-budget films, I found I was being paid 10 percent of what my male co-star was getting," the 29-year-old actress says without identifying the actor or film. "And we were pretty even in status." Seyfried, whose major film credits include Mean Girls, Mamma Mia!, Dear John, In Time, »

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It Follows – The Blu Review

9 July 2015 10:46 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

“It could look like someone you know or it could be a stranger in a crowd. Whatever helps it get close to you.”

A sexually transmitted haunting plagues a Detroit teenager in It Follows, a stylish horror film from director David Robert Mitchell that was released theatrically in March to great acclaim, especially from horror fans. In the wake of sleeping with a handsome stranger, Jay (Maika Monroe) quickly learns that she has inherited a most unusual curse: wherever she goes, lumbering, half-naked phantoms follow, and their singular goal is to see her dead. Desperate, Jay turns to her younger sister and loyal circle of friends to for help. In time, however, Jay learns that her only hope for escaping death is to sleep with someone else, and pass the curse on. But the pursuing phantoms are invisible to Jay’s friends and it soon becomes apparent that her time is running out. »

- Tom Stockman

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Self/less | Review

9 July 2015 9:30 AM, PDT | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

The Change-Up: Singh Sleepwalks Through Sci-Fi Stock

Time is not on anyone’s side in director Tarsem Singh’s latest blunder through familiar material, Self/less, a mash-up of recycled sci-fi tropes drained of innovation or potential potency. Issues of class, identity, and health insurance get chugged through the blender of David and Alex Pastor’s script, the directing/screenwriting duo’s foray into the English language. Singh, known for expressively beautiful visuals, presents his most demurely dressed feature to date, though his usual ocular trickery may have offered a slight reprieve from the crushing banality of the laughably conservative moral fable proffered here.

Damian (Ben Kingsley) heads his own self-built empire, but finds he’s been diagnosed with cancer and doesn’t have much longer to live. He has a troubled relationship with his daughter, Claire (Michelle Dockery), but finds he’s not quite ready to call it quits. »

- Nicholas Bell

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Early Concept Art Glimpse at Spielberg's Postponed 'Robopocalypse'

6 July 2015 5:23 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Now what do we have here? A few new bits of robo concept art are floating around for Steven Spielberg's postponed (or delayed/shelved) project Robopocalypse. If you recall, we covered this movie intently for years on the site, as Spielberg was actually hard at work on pre-production and almost started filming. They even had a cast in place and were getting close, but it fell apart right at the last minute. "I found another way to tell the story," Spielberg said in early 2013. In the meantime, artist Patrick Janicke's work has appeared online detailing various robots and robotic interfaces. It's worth a look, though I'm honestly not sure how all this fits into the movie. I guess I just want Spielberg to make more sci-fi again. In time. For now we get this. Here's some of the concept art by Patrick Janicke (website) as posted by Comicbook. »

- Alex Billington

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