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Mark Duplass Inaugurates New Award from Woodstock Film Festival

The Woodstock Film Festival launches its new Fiercely Independent Award by honoring Mark Duplass, who will appear in this year’s festival title “Creep,” which he also co-wrote and co-produced. 135 more words

News

Darren Aronofsky’s “Dance of Death”

Not too often that horror media’s bastion of blood ‘n guts, torture porn and EFX minutae devotes 5 full pages to a ballet/art film, but Fangoria managed to allocate some space to something other than chained-up women and oozing entrails in this January 2011 issue (#299) for Darren Aronofsky’s darkly beautiful… 186 more words

Horror Cinema

The Aesthetics of Camera and Lighting and How They Help to Drive the Narrative in Film

Camera and lighting are fundamental elements of the visual language of film. Each shot and its lighting style should serve as a narrative function to help create images that are visually compelling and assist to make the narrative meaningful. 2,562 more words

Camera Lighting

Jennifer Lawrence Bradley Cooper Film Not Released in U.S.

Jennifer Lawrence Bradley Cooper Film Not Released in U.S.

Even ‘A’ list names like Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper can get caught up in apparent film distribution problems, for example their other “pairing” film, Serena, has not been set up to be released in the U.S. 24 more words

Entertainment

Jennifer Lawrence Bradley Cooper Film Not Released in U.S.

Jennifer Lawrence Bradley Cooper Film Not Released in U.S.

Even ‘A’ list names like Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper can get caught up in apparent film distribution problems, for example their other “pairing” film, Serena, has not been set up to be released in the U.S. 24 more words

Entertainment

Noah (2014)

Giusto per mettere subito in chiaro dove andremo a parare, compro una vocale e modifico il titolo del film: da Noah a Noiah. Un minestrone tremendo, che mescola troppi ingredienti, per altro nemmeno troppo freschi, e viene servito tiepido e senza sale. 228 more words

Review / Recensione

Noah

Noah by Darren Aronofsky , starring Russell Crowe,Emma Watson,and Jennifer Connelly is loosely based on the biblical story of the same name and tells the all important Genesis and the flood myth. 319 more words

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