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Sandra Bullock and David Gordon Green Team on 'Our Brand is Crisis' (EXCLUSIVE)

After her success in “Gravity,” Sandra Bullock is again orbiting a Warner Bros. project.

Sources tell Variety that Warners has greenlit the political dramedy “Our Brand is Crisis,” which Bullock has committed to star in with David Gordon Green set to direct. 166 more words


'Joe' Review 6.18.14

This is a strong, well constructed, assured directing effort by David Gordon Green, who as you may know, has recently gotten back in touch with making gritty social dramas like he did at the start of his career with films like ‘George Washington’ and ‘All The Real Girls’ over more Hollywood based fare like ‘Pineapple Express’, ‘Your Highness’, and ‘The Sitter’. 166 more words

Joe film review: Dark and intoxicating

Director David Gordon Green captures brutality, violence and paternalism in his Southern-gothic film, Joe. Green’s forte lies with low-budget films with Joe no exception. Adapted from Larry Brown’s novel, it is Green’s use of dark lighting and quasi-amateur filming that casts a light on the brooding and depressing protagonist. 543 more words

Pix Starring Al Pacino, Michael Keaton, Kevin Kline to Play at Zurich Fest

LONDON — The 10th Zurich Film Festival has unveiled its first Gala Premieres, which include David Gordon Green’s drama “Manglehorn” and Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu’s tragicomedy “Birdman.” … 301 more words


Joe - 26/07/2014 @ The Watershed, Bristol.

This title reminds me of another recent film where the tile comprises a characters first name, which is ‘Mud’. Joe may have similar character attributes like a dark past and a will to change his life, but Joe is more unhinged. 627 more words

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TIFF Films Round 2

I think it’s about time to follow up on a previous post I had made about the upcoming Toronto International Film Festival. Considering new films have been announced to the festival since then and there are a couple of films I’m super excited for now seems like the right time to highlight a couple more films at TIFF 2014. 470 more words

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