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‘Miss Stevens’ Trailer: Lily Rabe Molds Minds in Julia Hart’s South by Southwest Drama

23 August 2016 3:08 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Miss Stevens” was one of the more-talked about films to emerge from this year’s edition of South by Southwest, where Lily Rabe won a Special Jury Recognition prize for her lead performance. Ahead of the drama’s release next month, the Orchard has released the film’s first trailer. Watch it below.

Read More: Exclusive ‘Miss Stevens’ Poster Lends Old School Charm to a New SXSW Breakout

Rabe (“Pawn Sacrifice”) stars as a high-school English teacher who chaperones a group of students (one of whom clearly has a crush on her) to a drama competition, with Timothée Chalamet, Rob Huebel and Oscar Nuñez in supporting roles. Ellen Page was originally attached to make her directorial debut with “Miss Stevens”; when she dropped out, co-writer Julia Hart stepped in to make her own behind-the-camera debut. Hart also wrote last year’s “The Keeping Room.”

Read More: Ellen Page Gets Behind The Camera »

- Michael Nordine

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‘Posthumous’ Exclusive Clip: Jack Huston And Brit Marling Star In Rom-Com About a Struggling Artist’s Mistaken Suicide

17 August 2016 1:10 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Everyone knows that dying is the best thing that can happen to an artist, but what happens if everyone just thinks you’ve died. Lulu Wang’s romantic comedy “Posthumous” explores that premise, focusing on a struggling artist who’s mistakenly thought to have committed suicide. The film stars Jack Huston (“Boardwalk Empire,” “American Hustle”) as the artist in question whom the public believes is dead. He decides to keep up the charade and pose as his brother, but when he meets a reporter, played by Brit Marling (“Another Earth,” “The Keeping Room”), his plan falls into jeopardy, especially after they start falling for each other. Watch an exclusive clip from the film below.

Read More: Exclusive: Brit Marling and Jack Huston Pair Up in ‘Posthumous’ Poster

Wang says that while she and her team “set out to make a classic romantic-comedy,” “Posthumous” isn’t a story “about two people falling in love, »

- Vikram Murthi

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2016 Fall Movie Preview: 11 New Movies From Female Directors and Filmmakers to See

17 August 2016 7:30 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

All this week, IndieWire will be rolling out our annual Fall Preview, including offerings that span genres, a close examination of some of the year’s biggest breakouts, all the awards contenders you need to know about now and special attention to all the new movies you need to get through a jam-packed fall movie-going season. Check back every day for a new look at the best the season has to offer, and clear your schedule, because we’re going to fill it right up.

White Girl,” September 2

Writer-director Elizabeth Wood exploded onto the filmmaking scene when her controversial debut “White Girl” shocked audiences at the Sundance Film Festival. A fearless portrait of young female sexuality, the film stars “Homeland’s” Morgan Saylor as Leah, a college student who becomes involved with a young drug dealer during the last two weeks of summer in New York City. When the cops »

- Kate Erbland, David Ehrlich, Graham Winfrey, Steve Greene, Chris O'Falt and Zack Sharf

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2016 Fall Movie Preview: 12 Breakout Talents to Look Forward to This Season

16 August 2016 7:30 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

All this week, IndieWire will be rolling out our annual Fall Preview, including offerings that span genres, a close examination of some of the year’s biggest breakouts, all the awards contenders you need to know about now and special attention to all the new movies you need to get through a jam-packed fall movie-going season. Check back every day for a new look at the best the season has to offer, and clear your schedule, because we’re going to fill it right up.

White Girl,” September 2 – Elizabeth Wood, Writer and Director

Elizabeth Wood’s feature film debut was almost immediately deemed “shocking!” and “racy!” and “wild!” as soon as it debuted at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, but underneath a film about throwing caution to the wind in the pursuit of both terrible decisions and the capricious joys of youth beats a big, honest heart. Wood’s »

- Kate Erbland, Chris O'Falt, David Ehrlich, Steve Greene and Graham Winfrey

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‘Men Go To Battle’ Is A Quietly Resonant Cinematic Experience [Review]

8 July 2016 2:10 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Zachary Treitz and Kate Lyn Sheil’s “Men Go To Battle” sets its story in the 1860s, treating the Civil War period as a background prop on a miniscule stage, in an intimate and muted story about two brothers. It’s a film that would make for an attention-grabbing double bill with “The Keeping Room” (coming to […]

The post ‘Men Go To Battle’ Is A Quietly Resonant Cinematic Experience [Review] appeared first on The Playlist. »

- Nikola Grozdanovic

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‘Outlaws and Angels’ Trailer: Finally, Luke Wilson and Chad Michael Murray Play Cowboys

17 June 2016 8:00 AM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

The past year or so has been a fantastic time for fans of offbeat westerns, with a variety of filmmakers taking on this conic genre and giving it a unique twist. The Keeping Room used the genre to craft a low-key feminist thriller. Bone Tomahawk eased you into a traditional The Searchers riff before taking […]

The post ‘Outlaws and Angels’ Trailer: Finally, Luke Wilson and Chad Michael Murray Play Cowboys appeared first on /Film. »

- Jacob Hall

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Film Review: The Keeping Room

16 June 2016 1:11 AM, PDT | CineVue | See recent CineVue news »

★★★★☆ Contorting the standard gender expectations of its genre, Daniel Barber's The Keeping Room finally arrives in UK cinemas on the back of considerable praise. Investigations of masculine identity regularly pass the time of day in traditional westerns, yet this revisionist incarnation turns its attention away from the horrors of the Civil War battlefield and instead chooses to focus on the experiences of the women on the home front. The result is an atmospheric drama that fuses the bones of a home invasion flick into a gripping exploration of those exposed to the destructive forces that drive the kinds of characters that usually inhabit these environs.


- CineVue UK

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New to Streaming: ‘The Witch,’ ‘Henry Gamble’s Birthday Party,’ ‘The Family Fang,’ and More

6 May 2016 9:29 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

With a seemingly endless amount of streaming options — not only the titles at our disposal, but services themselves — we’ve taken it upon ourselves to highlight the titles that have recently hit the interwebs. Every week, one will be able to see the cream of the crop (or perhaps some simply interesting picks) of streaming titles (new and old) across platforms such as Netflix, iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, and more (note: U.S. only). Check out our rundown for this week’s selections below.

Arabian Nights (Miguel Gomes)

In lauding Miguel Gomes‘ three-part, six-and-a-half hour behemoth, it’s perhaps important to consider his background as a critic. Not just in terms of the trilogy’s cinephilic engagement with Rossellini, Alonso, Oliveira, etc.; also in its defiant nature. While it’s easy to assign the trilogy certain humanist and satirical labels from the get-go and just praise these films for following through on them, »

- TFS Staff

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What to Expect on Netflix in March, Plus: Watch These Movies Before They Expire

28 April 2016 3:00 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Curious to know what movies and TV shows are coming to Netflix Watch Instantly over the next few weeks? Get a head start and mark your calendars using the list below, just released to us by Netflix. Here are some recommendations to get you started... Ava's Possessions (2015) Bring It On (2000) Pleasantville (1998) The Keeping Room (2015) Goosebumps (2015) We Are Still Here (2015)   Arriving: May 1: A Study in Sherlock (2016) Admiral (2015) Ava's Possessions (2015) Bring It On (2000) Bring It On: All or Nothing (2006) Easy Living (Seasons 1-3) El Crítico (2013) FernGully 2: The Magical Rescue (1998) Finger of God (2007) Gary Gulman: It's About...

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New to Netflix in May: 'Bring It On', 'Sixteen Candles' and more 'Grace and Frankie'

25 April 2016 10:11 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

If I learned one thing from The Lion King, it’s be prepared. This applies to so many things in life, not the least of which is my Netflix viewing schedule. A schedule of the newest arrivals to the streaming video service is out. The highlights include Bring It On (May 1), Sixteen Candles (May 1), Grace and Frankie: Season 2 (May 6) and the Hitchcock classic To Catch a Thief (May 1). Following is a full listing. Start your planning now. May 1, 2016 A Study in Sherlock Admiral Ava's Possessions Bring It On Bring It On: All or Nothing Easy Living: Seasons 1-3 El Crítico FernGully 2: The Magical Rescue Finger of God Gary Gulman: It's About Time Great Expectations I Am Road Comic Jesus Town, USA Just Friends Kevin Hart Presents Keith Robinson: Back of The Bus Funny Kevin Hart Presents Lil Rel: RELevent Kevin Hart Presents: Plastic Cup Boyz »

- David Eckstein

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New on Netflix: May 2016

22 April 2016 12:20 PM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

May 2016 promises to deliver more Netflix Originals than you can shake a stick at.

Wait no more: Netflix Originals "Grace and Frankie" and "Bloodline" return for their second seasons in May. Also returning is the original Netflix reality series "Chef's Table." And dying for the return of BBC's "Sherlock"? Enjoy "A Study in Sherlock," in which the show's co-creator and cast discuss the inner workings of the detective series.

New movies to streaming include "Goosebumps" and other 2015 movies you might have missed, as well as cheerleading classic "Bring It On" and John Hughes favorite "Sixteen Candles."

Here's the complete list of what's new on Netflix for May 2016. All title and dates are subject to change.

Available May 1, 2016

"A Study in Sherlock" (2016)

"Admiral" (2015)

"Ava's Possessions" (2015)

"Bring It On" (2000)

"Bring It On: All or Nothing" (2006)

"Easy Living": Seasons 1-3

"El Critico" (2013)

"FernGully 2: The Magical Rescue" (1998)

"Finger of God" (2007)

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- Sharon Knolle

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Why fewer studio films needn’t be a bad thing

13 April 2016 2:53 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »




Warner Bros is set to be the latest studio to gamble on fewer blockbuster movies. But there's a big silver lining, Simon argues...

Last week, the news landed that Warner Bros was considering reducing its output of films, focusing its slate primarily on DC, Lego and Harry Potter movies.

The argument runs that it’s had a bumpy few years, with expensive films such as Pan, Jupiter Ascending and In The Heart Of The Sea leaving the office copy of Excel looking decidedly red and distressed. The box office tail off of Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice is said not to have helped, either. It actually looks like we're officially in the era where a movie will end up making just under $1bn and end up being called a commercial disappointment.

If and when Warner Bros follows such an approach – and it’s not confirmed that it will, »

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Jenny’s SXSW 2016 Diary: Day 5

16 March 2016 6:36 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

The best advice I could give you during a film festival is to take at least one day off. Watching movies is wonderful fun, but there comes a point around day 5 or 6 when the idea of a movie just feels exhausting and all you want to do is lay on your bed, eat, and watch television.

So for the most part of my Tuesday I chilled at home, munching on avocado toast and lounging on my comfortable queen size bed reflecting on the films I have so far seen this festival (this also helped because Letterboxd came out with an app and I could rate all of them from my phone!). I came up with a list of favorites because I am obsessed with ranking and rating things. So below I have listed the films I have seen at SXSW so far from most favorite to least:

American Fable

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- Jenny Nulf

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SXSW Film Review: ‘Miss Stevens’

15 March 2016 12:20 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

A high-school English teacher chaperones three students at a weekend-long drama competition and finds that she’s the one with a lot to learn in “Miss Stevens,” a well-acted and involving dramedy that takes a few too many facile turns en route to upbeat endings all around. Julia Hart’s directing debut is distinguished by a smartly layered performance from Lily Rabe (“American Horror Story”), fully persuasive as a designated authority figure still a few steps away from embracing full adulthood, but it’s hard not to wish the script weren’t quite so insistent on treating its characters — even those it invests with deeper, richer complexities — as problems waiting to be solved by film’s end. Still, with its polished presentation and strong performances, this late-coming-of-ager should serve as a solid calling card for Hart as it makes its way into the niche-distribution stream.

A brief opening scene of »

- Justin Chang

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Off The Shelf – Episode 76 – New DVD & Blu-ray Releases for Tuesday, February 3rd 2016

3 February 2016 5:00 AM, PST | CriterionCast | See recent CriterionCast news »

In this special episode of Off The Shelf, Ryan and Brian take a look at the new DVD and Blu-ray releases for Tuesday, January 26th 2016.

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Follow-Up Depatie-Freleng Supplements News Arrow Video: Cult Cinema sold out directly (Available from Amazon UK), BFI: Napoleon Criterion Collection: In A Lonely Place Disney: Star Wars: The Force Awakens on Blu-ray 4/5 Flicker Alley: Blu-ray Mod, film noirs John Carpenter Lost Themes II Kino: Tijuana Toads, Roland and Rattfink, Beware! The Blob, Eleni, Fuzz, Absolution, Masters of Cinema: April announcements tomorrow Olive Films: April titles Second Run: teaming up with Arrow Video Shout! Scream: Manhunter cover, MST3K Vol 2, NightHawks, I Saw What You Did / You’ll Like My Mother Thunderbean: Flip the Frog and Cubby Bear Twilight Time: New February titles available for pre-order on Wednesday February 3rd: Where The Sidewalk Ends, Cowboy, The Big Heat, »

- Ryan Gallagher

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SXSW 2016: Chet Baker Biopic, Sky Ferreira Drug Thriller Anchor Fest Lineup

2 February 2016 1:51 PM, PST | | See recent Rolling Stone news »

A Chet Baker biopic starring Ethan Hawke, a Las Vegas drug thriller co-starring Nicolas Cage and Sky Ferreira and a Korean documentary about karaoke addiction are just three of the several dozen movies that SXSW added to their previously announced lineup Tuesday. Famous for premiering both huge blockbusters (Bridesmaids) and beloved indies (Short Term 12), the 2016 edition of Austin's premiere pop culture showcase highlights a wide variety of potential breakout hits.

The Narrative Feature Competition culls 10 world premieres from a list of 1,442 different movies. In Miss Stevens, the directorial debut »

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Recommended Discs & Deals of the Week: ‘Bridge of Spies,’ ‘Snow White,’ and More

2 February 2016 8:49 AM, PST | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Every week we dive into the cream of the crop when it comes to home releases, including Blu-ray and DVDs, as well as recommended deals of the week. Check out our rundown below and return every Tuesday for the best (or most interesting) films one can take home. Note that if you’re looking to support the site, every purchase you make through the links below helps us and is greatly appreciated.

Bridge of Spies (Steven Spielberg)

Tom Hanks has a cold, and he needs to save America. A natural follow-up to Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln in its immersion into nitpicky political discussion, Bridge of Spies also distinguishes itself with a wittier, frequently downright sarcastic screenplay (mostly courtesy, one imagines, of the Coen brothers), more agile camerawork (the ten-minute opening jaunt through Mark Rylance’s Brooklyn morning has been a justified source of attention), and a different kind of lead »

- TFS Staff

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/Filmcast Ep. 351 – The Keeping Room

26 January 2016 8:00 PM, PST | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

David, Devindra, and Jeff discuss the dramatic changes to 2017’s movie calendar, get excited about The X-Files and Mad Dogs, and marvel at the heartbreaking beauty of 45 Years. You can always e-mail us at slashfilmcast(At)gmail(Dot)com, or call and leave a voicemail at 781-583-1993. Also, like us on Facebook! Download or Play Now in your Browser: Subscribe to […]

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- David Chen

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Intruders Review: a Satisfying Twist on the Home Invasion Genre

16 January 2016 12:34 PM, PST | | See recent QuietEarth news »

The home invasion sub genre has seen some inventive takes in recent years and shows no signs of disappearing anytime soon. From the under-seen Replicas, to sci-fi tinged The Purge, to You're Next and onto this year's feminist Civil War film The Keeping Room and even, yes, Eli Roth's Knock Knock, it's certainly been a good time to be a fan of those kinds of stories.

Enter into this group Adam Schnider's confident feature [Continued ...] »

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Drafthouse and Mondo Partner Up to release Jay Shaw Poster For The Keeping Room

12 January 2016 1:30 PM, PST | | See recent Icons of Fright news »

All of us at Icons of Fright are definitely fans of poster artist Jay Shaw (interview) , so this brand new collaboration between Drafthouse Films and Mondo for Shaw’s The Keeping Room print is quite awesome. Limited to a run of 75 prints, Mondo’s release of the poster is going on now (order here) and only runs a small price of $35. The film itself, The Keeping Room, is available now on digital download and comes to DVD and Blu-ray on February 2nd.

It’s an intense ride, led by more than a couple of eye opening performances from Brit Marling (Arbitrage, The East), Hailee Steinfeld (True Grit, Pitch Perfect 2), Sam Worthington (Avatar, Clash of the Titans) and newcomer Muna Otaru. We’ve got glimpses of both the Mondo poster and the Bluray/DVD cover as well after the synopsis, so scroll down!

In this radically reimagined American Western set »

- Jerry Smith

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