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Quirky comedy Odd Brodsky gets a trailer, watch it here

With just three weeks to go until its Us release, a trailer has arrived online for director Cindy Baer’s upcoming comedy Odd Brodsky which stars Tegan Ashton Cohan, Matthew Kevin Anderson and Scotty Dickert; take a look below after the official synopsis…

Odd Brodsky is a quirky comedy following the adventures of 30-something Audrey Brodsky (Aka “Odd Brodsky”) who quits her steady day job to pursue her lifelong dream of becoming an actress. When Audrey meets an aspiring cameraman on the internet, the adventure of her life finally begins. Inspired by Wes Anderson’s Rushmore, the Coen Brothers Raising Arizona and Jean-Peirre Jeunet’s Amelie’, Odd Brodsky is about following your dreams and finding your bliss.

Odd Brodsky is set for release on November 29th in the States.
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Exclusive: New trailer released for quirky indie comedy Odd Brodsky

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Odd Brodsky is a fun, quirky indie comedy from director Cindy Baer and star Tegan Ashton Cohan. It's the winner of 20 film festival awards, an official selection of 29 film festivals, and included on "Best Films of the Year" lists for Rogue Cinema and The Reel Critic. Now JoBlo has the exclusive on the new trailer for the film! Check it... Read More...
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2015 Portland Film Festival Announces Film Line-up

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Cinema Retro has received the following press release:

The 2015 Portland Film Festival is Oregon’s largest film event of the year, with 80 narrative and documentary feature films and 134 short films selected out of 3500 Submissions.

This weeklong extravaganza also includes over 75 Master Classes, Two Lifetime Achievement Tributes, and an unprecedented live event featuring Several Thousand Festivalgoers As Extras in a record-setting Zombie Day Event.

Los Angeles – August 13, 2015 – Portland Film Festival announced today the feature film competition programs, opening and closing screenings, music and midnight sections, tribute presentations, northwest, and special screenings for the 2015 Portland Film Festival. The 3rd Annual festival is a weeklong event of 214 screenings of feature length and short films from around the world, red carpet world premieres, tributes to filmmaking legends, more than 50 hours of professional workshops, nightly after-parties and more.

The third annual Portland Film Festival will take place September 1 – 7th, 2015, in Portland, Oregon, at seven venues throughout the city,
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17th Annual Arpa International Film Festival Odd Brodsky Screening Pics

We have added a set pictures from the event 17th Annual Arpa International Film Festival ‘Odd Brodsky’ Screening. Guests included John Alton, Cindy Baer and Leigh Forrest, Tegan Ashton Cohan, Cindy Baer, Leigh Forrest, Tegan Ashton Cohan and Scotty Dickert, Scotty Dickert, Isaac Kaplan and Scotty Dickert, Leigh Forrest and Tegan Ashton Cohan, Matthew Irving and Cindy Baer, Sonia Ete, Cindy Baer and Thierry Ete, Isaac Kaplan, Thierry Ete, Sonia Ete and Scotty Dickert, Sonia Ete and Thierry Ete, Marianne Davis and Tegan Ashton Cohan. Photos are copyright by Winston Burris / PR Photos. John Alton, Cindy Baer and Leigh Forrest […]
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Lizzie Rises from the Grave in This First Poster and Trailer

Lizzie is the latest horror film to be developed by the Highland Film Group. This is a feature that deals with murder, memories and a woman (Lizzy) inheriting a haunted house. Rememberances of her traumatic childhood and of Lizzie Borden, the famous murderess, are exorcised in the film with Amanda Baker playing Lizzy. Also starring are Gary Busey, Aviva and Corbin Bernsen.

And nothing beats seeing Busey crazed and looking for blood in the film's first trailer. Enjoy the reel inside!

Director: David Dunn Jr.

Writer: Leif Holt.

Producer: Matthew Mosher.

Cast: Gary Busey, Corbin Bernsen, Aviva, Shawna Waldron, Don Swayze, Caitlin Carmichael, Gerry Bednob, Aurora Snow, Cindy Baer, and Brianna Lee Johnson.

The trailer for Lizzie is here:

Lizzie Borden Movie Trailer from matt mosher on Vimeo.

The film's homepage is here:

Lizzie's Official Website


Lizzie at the Film Catalogue

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Fuji Television and Ridley Scott Unite for Japan in a Day

Fuji Television and Ridley Scott Unite for Japan in a Day
March 11, 2012 marks the one year anniversary of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami that killed thousands. In remembrance of the disaster, Fuji Television, Ridley Scott and Tony Scott are embarking on Japan In A Day.

The film is a 24-hour self-portrait of the country filmed by the public, based on the Life in a Day series. Starting March 11, participants will capture the day and upload their video to YouTube at

Fuji is donating 200 cameras to people in the most devastated areas of the country, and the gathered video as well as Fuji Television's coverage from the day will also be uploaded. Fuji TV plans to select the best material to complete the project. Ridley Scott will be producing the project.

All profits from the film will be given to victims of the disaster.

Check out the trailer below...

Life In A Day: Trailer 2

Life in a Day was released July 29th,
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New this Week: ‘Immortals,’ ‘J. Edgar’ and ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (DVD)’

Hitting movie theaters this weekend:

Immortals - Henry Cavill, Mickey Rourke, John Hurt

J. Edgar - Leonardo DiCaprio, Armie Hammer, Naomi Watts

Jack and Jill - Adam Sandler, Katie Holmes, Al Pacino

Movie of the Week


The Stars: Henry Cavill, Mickey Rourke, John Hurt

The Plot: Theseus is a mortal man chosen by Zeus to lead the fight against the ruthless King Hyperion, who is on a rampage across Greece to obtain a weapon that can destroy humanity.

The Buzz: Not too terribly excited about this one, but it does look better than what promises to be Leonardo DiCaprio’s first bad film since The Man in the Iron Mask. How is it that Clint Eastwood can suck so terribly as a director yet he’s continually lavished with praise? It’s Hollywood politics afoot, that’s all. Eastwood is, Imo, the single most overrated director of all time.
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Watch Life in a Day for Free Online

Watch Life in a Day for Free Online
The documentary Life in a Day, which had a brief theatrical run in July, is now available for free on the film's YouTube page. Director Kevin Macdonald and producer Ridley Scott poured through over 4,500 hours of footage submitted by people across the globe, who documented their day on July 24, 2010. Click on the video player below to watch the full documentary.

Life in a Day will be released on Blu-ray and DVD November 8.

Life in a Day was released July 29th, 2011 and stars Cindy Baer, Moica, Caryn Waechter, Hiroaki Aikawa, Drake Shannon, David Jacques, Bob Liginski Jr., Cec Marquez. The film is directed by Kevin Macdonald, Natalia Andreadis, Joseph Michael.
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It's That Time of the Month….

by Colleen Wanglund

....and we all know what that means. Yep, it’s time for BleedFest, the monthly film festival showcasing independent female filmmakers and their work. Established by badass maverick filmmakers Elisabeth and Brenda Fies, BleedFest opened in L.A. July of 2010 and a few months later became a monthly staple on the film festival circuit. According to the festival’s website, “BleedFest fetes the women who love writing, producing, directing, and watching badass genre movies.” Those genres include horror, fantasy, sci-fi, erotica, action, western and exploitation (but Not of women).

The goal of BleedFest is to raise awareness of the talented female genre filmmakers who are being ignored by the Boy’s Club of Hollywood…..and there are many. The award given out at the festival is called the Inanna, named for the ancient Sumerian goddess of love, war, lust and fertility. The Innanna Certificate Award is given
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Trailer: Life in a Day

This is the trailer for Life in a Day, directed by Kevin MacDonald (Touching the Void, The Last King of Scotland) and starring Cindy Baer, Mojca Brecelj, David Jacques, Caryn Waechter, Drake Shannon, Hiroaki Aikawa, Bob Liginski Jr. and Christopher Brian Heerdt. YouTube, Scott Free and Vue Cinemas have joined forces to release Life in a Day from 17 June, the ground-breaking film directed by Academy Award-winning director Kevin Macdonald and executive produced by Ridley Scott (Alien, Bladerunner). The idea for the film was borne out of a partnership between Ridley Scott's Scott Free London production company and YouTube. Shot on a single day, July 24 2010, Life in a Day enlisted people around the world to capture a moment of their lives on camera.
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Bleedfest Announces June Event: Special Guests-Heather Langenkamp And Lucky McKee

Hey peeps! It's that time again where our talented women of horror come together for this cool event, Bleedfest! Badass genre film festival Bleedfest's Women of Horror event is back and better than ever! Genre stars Heather Langenkamp and Lucky McKee will be at the Cap Theatre for live appearances, as well as rapper Lil' Zane!

BleedFest is a monthly Badass Genre Film Festival in Los Angeles spotlighting female filmmakers making cool movies we all love watching. The goal of BleedFest is to introduce Hollywood to the hundreds of awesome genre filmmakers missing a Y chromosome, get these rad women's movies more of an audience, and form a networking community of empowered filmmakers of both sexes working together on new projects. It's run by co-founders and filmmaking duo Brenda Fies and Elisabeth Fies. BleedFest is supported totally through sponsor Film Radar and the genre communities' donations at IndieGoGo: http://www.
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Life in a Day

Starring: Cindy Baer, Moica, Caryn Waechter, the entire world

Director: Kevin Macdonald

The Scoop: Filmmaker Macdonald ("The Last King of Scotland") had a simple idea for a movie: harnessing the power of social media, he invited everyone in the world to submit videos via YouTube showing what they were doing on the day of July 24, 2010. Then he took the clips and wove them together to create a documentary so that future generations would have a perfect snapshot of life today. This film, which opens exactly one year later, is the result.

95 min. | Watch the trailer
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Indie Horror Month: Dave Reda's Top Five Independent Horror Films

Writer/director/actor Dave Reda has made a name for himself over the last few years with his indie genre projects including Bit Parts and his most recent effort, Horror of Our Love (which screened recently as part of the Los Angeles Comedy Festival).

We recently caught up with Reda (of Elfwtin Fillms) to find out what his top five indie genre projects are. Check them out below!

1. Hate* (*A Comedy) (Drew Daywalt and David Schneider)

This is one of my most favorite short films... A deadly vengeful speaking chicken and poison chimichangas?? This one is so well made and a total blast. Drew also is the director of the insane short film Polydeus, which is a crazy film centered around an 80's video game. The make-up on the creature is fantastic, too.

2. Death In Charge (Devi Snively)

This is such a cool short film, very well made, and an unusual Grim Reaper.
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Stiletto Film Fest Rocks Massachusetts

The horror “scene” in Massachusetts feels pretty desolate these days, especially in the winter season when the real horror is finding used condoms underneath the piles of black snow. Occasionally we get recognized when Rock & Shock comes to Worcester in the fall, and there are of course the monthly screenings in Somerville thanks to Chris Hallock and Mike Snoonian of All Things Horror. But how can we get Boston more involved with the horror scene? Creator of the Stiletto Film Fest, Megan Sacco (aka Lady Haunter) may have a few answers.

On February 27th the Stiletto Film Fest made its debut in Clinton Massachusetts. A horror film festival that featured short and feature length films done by women—a perfect way to seal the end of Women in Horror Month. Sacco who crossed over to the horror world after being in the Haunt industry for 15 years, decided that Massachusetts needed
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FantAsian: Fantasy Films by Asian Women Invade March 6th BleedFest!

Hey peeps! My girls behind Bleedfest are throwing a Fantasian event on March 6th. Fantasian you ask? The theme is films and musicals by female asian filmmakers! Check it out below and if you're in the area go hangout with these talented women in film. For immediate release:

Los Angeles, California-- March 4, 2011 --

Monthly badass genre film festival BleedFest continues its quest for gender equality in movies and moviemaking with its March 2011 charity and screening event. The theme of BleedFest's March 6th event is FantAsian: Fantasy and musicals by female Asian filmmakers.

Deepika Daggubati will be present for a Q &A after her fantasy musical feature Waking Dreams, as will Anna Biller for a retrospective of her subversive retro shorts including Three Examples Of Myself As Queen. Carly Lyn will receive her Inanna Award statue for A Foundling, and Nora Jesse will receive the Best Producer certificate award for her satirical short Grandpa.
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All Things Horror: Ladies Night

Feb. 2

8:00 p.m.

Somerville Theatre

55 Davis Square

Somerville, Ma 02144

Hosted by: All Things Horror

The All Things Horror screening series salutes female horror directors with this special screening of one feature-length movie and three short films all directed by women.

The feature film that will be screening is Fugue by Barbara Stepansky, a modern-day haunted house movie. Charlotte (Abigail Mittel) moves in with her boyfriend Howard (Richard Gunn) and immediately begins to see ghostly figures haunting the property. Things get even weirder when Abigail learns that the last eight months of her life have been completely erased from her memory. You can watch the Fugue movie trailer below.

In addition to Fugue, All Things Horror will also be screening these short films:

Morbid Curiosity, dir. Cindy Baer

Ugly on the Inside, dir. Whitney and Steven Boe

Scream Queen, dir. Elisabeth Fies

Fugue is Stepansky’s second feature film after
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Wih Month: Bleedfest

Start: 02/06/2011 Start: 02/06/2011

Bleedfest is a monthly film festival on the first Sunday of every month, which shows films by women. They've got an all-horror Women in Horror Month lineup for February 6th, 2011.

You can donate blood at the festival between 10:30 and 4:30, as part of the Bleedfest Blood Drive!

Sunday February 6th, 2011

Time: 11am-4:00pm

Location: Cap Theatre

13752 Ventura Blvd.

Sherman Oaks, CA 91423

$10 cash at door for all day ticket and open bar

11am-11:10am Red Carpet, Mixer

11:10am-2:20am Partnership Award Rescreening

Horror Of Our Love by Dave Reda (7 minutes)

11:20-11:30am Trailblazer Award

Inanna Award presented to Katt Shea

11:30-11:50pm Award: Best Female Producer

Night Of The Hell Hamsters Produced by Elisabeth Pinto (17 minutes)

11:50-12:00pm Award: Best Social Commentary

Inanna Award presented to Stacy Title

12:00-1:25pm Shorts: In Competition

*******Ballots given to
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Bleedfest Hosts Blood Drive and Women In Horror Month Screening Event

I love women and I love horror and when we put them two together it's like a whole big ol' double shot of Love which brings me to Bleedfest and Women in Horror Month coming up!

From the Press Release:

January 26, 2011-- Los Angeles, California-Monthly female genre film festival BleedFest is throwing an epic event February 6th, 2011 in honor of Women in Horror Month. There will be a Blood Mobile parked outside the Cap Theatre from 10:30am-4:30pm. Donation appointments can be made by clicking on this link: All donors are eligible for half off tickets to the BleedFest Film Festival until the event is sold out, in addition to a pint for a pint Baskin Robbins coupon.

The BleedFest WiHM screening event begins at 11am and ends at 4:00pm. There will be three red carpet opportunities with a dozen press partners and
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Wih Month: All Things Horror

Start: 02/02/2011 Start: 02/02/2011

All Things Horror is presenting a film event for Women in Horror Month with stories ranging from a modern day haunted houses to a killer bridesmaid to a woman’s fascination with her psychic powers to an aggravated director’s revenge fantasy come true.

Supernatural thriller Fugue (directed by Barbara Stepansky) is the only feature selection. After moving in with her boyfriend, a young woman comes to believe her new home is haunted. But when she discovers the last nine months have been wiped from her memory, she must unearth what caused the condition ... before the past catches up with her.

The short films Morbid Curiosity (directed by Cindy Baer- A woman's videotaped confession reveals a lifelong struggle to control her deadly ability), Ugly On the Inside (directed by Whitney and Steven Boe - A serial-killing bridesmaid has a habit of “accidentally” murdering her best friend’s fiancés.
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Bleedfest offers female horror directors a sense of empowerment

Up and coming horror genre director Elisabeth Fies (The Commune) is one of the people behind Bleedfest which is currently gearing up to spotlight the works of Jen Soska (Dead Hooker In A Trunk, Bad Girls), Sylvia Soska (Dead Hooker In A Trunk, Bad Girls), Sophia Segal (11:11), Marichelle Daywalt (Mockingbird), Xstine Cook (Dead Boyfriends) and Cindy Baer (Morbid Curiosity).

We feel passionate about raising the visibility of awesome indie genre movies by female filmmakers. BleedFest fetes the women who love writing, producing, directing, and watching badass genre movies: action, thriller, sci-fi, horror, western, exploitation (of men or audience only), B-movie, and erotica.

Our Mission:

Our mission is to spotlight edgy genre work and their fearless makers, and allow audiences to feel and see through a variety of women’s eyes. We prove to the world that the derogatory label “chick flick” (now applied to Any film about or by a woman!
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