The astonishing “Selma” is the film that could stop “Boyhood”s seeming march to the Oscars. About Martin Luther King and the Civil Rights movement of the ‘6os, African-American director Ava DuVernay, has done the seemingly impossible and created a moving, tumultuous film that is so right on and right now, Oscar with his gleaming social conscience can not in all good conscience ignore “Selma”, DuVernay for Best Director and the superb British actor David Oyelowo unforgettable, searing performance in the leading role. 491 more words
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An impressive roster of international short films will be screened Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the Phi Centre, 407 Saint Pierre St. in Old Montreal. 112 more words
The 2015 Sundance Film Festival has just announced a number of additional selections to the Premieres, Special Events, and New Frontier sections, while also revealing the lineups for Sundance Kids and this year’s From the Collection retrospective screening. 35 more words
Followers of MiniMini may have noticed the odd @NativeNomadPics article slipped in between MiniMiniMovie.com ones.
Why? Or more precisely perhaps… What. Is. Native. Nomad. Pictures?! 292 more words