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Netflix Nuggets: Who’s Up For a Miramax Marathon?

Netflix has revolutionized the home movie experience for fans of film with its instant streaming technology. Netflix Nuggets is my way of spreading the word about independent, classic and foreign films made available by Netflix for instant streaming.

Sorry, folks… there are simply too many great films streaming this week to post an image for them all, but that’s a good thing, eh? You’ve got your movie watching work cut out for you, due in great part to Miramax releasing damn near their entire catalog of films on one day!

B. Monkey (1999)

Streaming Available: 05/01/2011

Director: Michael Radford

Synopsis: Good-hearted schoolteacher Alan Furnace (Jared Harris) desperately wants some excitement in his life — and he may just get some. One lonely night at a London bar, Alan spies the raven-haired beauty Beatrice (Asia Argento) arguing with two friends, Paul (Rupert Everett) and Bruno (Jonathan Rhys-Meyers). Beatrice quickly befriends Alan and
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Katie Boland: "Fateful"

"Fateful" is a new film, written/directed by actress Katie Boland, starring Boland, Linda Hamilton ("Terminator"), Steven Yaffee and Daniel Kash.

"...'Nomi' (Boland) is an intelligent, rebellious and lost sixteen-year old with a unique view of the world. Having grown up in a small town where no one reads books, the local kids get drunk every night and spend their days hung over, Nomi thought life was 'shitty' and just going to get worse. She believed she was incapable of feeling anything real.

Until she met 'Ted' (Steven Yaffee) a mysterious outsider.

Nomi fell hard and fast. She loved him more than she ever thought possible, with a heartbreaking vulnerability.

Until he took it all away.

'Fateful" is the story of Nomi's fragmented, poignant memories of love, loss and everything in between..."

"What I have tried to say with 'Fateful' is that someone you love remains forever immortal to you,
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Katie Boland Writes/Directs Fateful

Fateful is a new short film, written/directed by actress Katie Boland, starring Boland, Linda Hamilton (Terminator), Steven Yaffee and Daniel Kash. "...'Nomi' (Boland) is an intelligent, rebellious and lost sixteen-year old with a unique view of the world. Having grown up in a small town where no one reads books, the local kids get drunk every night and spend their days hung over, Nomi thought life was 'shitty' and just going to get worse. She believed she was incapable of feeling anything real. Until she met 'Ted' (Steven Yaffee) a mysterious outsider. Nomi fell hard and fast. She loved him more than she ever thought possible, with a heartbreaking vulnerability. Until he took it all away. 'Fateful" is the story of Nomi's fragmented, poignant memories of love, loss and everything in between..." "What I have tried to say with Fateful is that someone you love remains forever immortal to you,
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Directing ‘Unrivaled’ - Warren Sonoda speaks from set of Mma movie

Another video direct from the set of Mma-powered action movie featuring Keith Jardine and other top fighters. This time, Director Warren P. Sonoda takes you behind the scenes of Unrivaled to watch movie magic being made! Listen as Sonoda runs you through the film, hear what Unrivaled star Hector Echavarria has to say about the project and find out how stunt coordinator Eric Bryson puts together a fight.

Synopsis: A down-on-his-luck cage fighter gets the opportunity of a lifetime when he is chosen to compete against the greatest Mma world title-holder during a massive competition. The stakes are high and the rewards great…But should he lose, it will cost him his life.

More ‘Unrivaled’ Videos

Al Sapienza talks ‘Unrivaled’ Actor Al Sapienza (Saw V) sits down to talk about his character Sergio, and what his inspiration is while playing a gangster.

Unrivaled - Directing A Chase Scene Follow director
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Keith Jardine Seeing Double in ‘Unrivaled’ directed by Warren Sonoda

Another exclusive video fresh from the set of Mma-powered movie ‘Unrivaled‘ shooting Toronto. This clip features the big, bald (& occasionally mean) Keith Jardine in a variety of scenes and on-set banter.

First off, Jardine messes with his stunt double Julian Lewis, then acts in a choreographed fight against Hector Echavarria, and also chats about his character and real-life friendship with Rashad Evans. Director Warren P. Sonoda shares some comments about working with Jardine pointing out his hard work and effort on set. Finally Jardine mentions his enthusiasm for indie film and the art of film and points out flaws in his stunt double’s hair-do.

Synopsis: A down-on-his-luck cage fighter gets the opportunity of a lifetime when he is chosen to compete against the greatest Mma world title-holder during a massive competition. The stakes are high and the rewards great…But should he lose, it will cost him his life.
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Al Sapienza ‘Unrivaled’ Interview from the set of this Mma fight movie

MovieSet continues the coverage of ‘Unrivaled‘ with this interview with Al Sapienza who plays Sergio. In this interview he explains that he learned to act in prison of all places - which gets some laughs. He says he likes to plays gangster “light and fun,” and “charming and funny” “because that’s what they are really like.”

He comments that Director Warren Sonoda is passionate and a very good filmmaker and that Hector’s character Ringo “is likeable” and the story reminds him of modern day Rocky.

A down-on-his-luck cage fighter gets the opportunity of a lifetime when he is chosen to compete against the greatest Mma world title-holder during a massive competition. The stakes are high and the rewards great…But should he lose, it will cost him his life.

Check out our other ‘Unrivaled’ Videos right here Unrivaled - Directing A Chase Scene Follow director Warren P. Sonoda
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Crashing Cars & Street Chases - Stunts on set of ‘Unrivaled’

Double dose of stunt action from the set of ‘Unrivaled‘ - the Mma-fueled action movie in production with Warren P. Sonoda at the directing helm and Hector Echavarria, Rashad Evans and Keith Jardine contributing the fighting skills with help of stunt performers who make it look real and easy.

In this first clip “Hit and Run” - go behind the scenes of Unrivaled with actor Steven Yaffee to watch stunt performer Neil Davison and Stunt Coordinator Eric Bryson prepare for a hit and run scene.

In this second clip “Directing A Chase Scene” - follow director Warren P. Sonoda as he directs an on foot chase scene within a “live” street. See the people’s reaction as the actor’s race down the street. Then the stunt coordiantor has to move the group when a real-life bank in robbed in the neighborhood “I don’t want my boys to get shot” he says.
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