Thursday last, The Art of Ignorance wandered down the well beaten path towards the Crane Lane Theatre. Oftentimes we spend our Saturday Nights throwing our money into the pockets of SuperPublican Benny McCabe, but this marked a change: We were here to learn, rather than to forget. 598 more words
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Of all the 248 films showing at the 58th London Film Festival I managed 37. Some I’d anticipated from the beginning of the year, some I curiously waltzed in on after being caught up in the current of hype, and some, I’ll admit, I watched as I didn’t want to be the only one in the pub who hadn’t see THAT film. 700 more words
We are pleased to announce that CHOMP has been selected to play at the Florida Horror Film Festival. The festival takes place Saturday, November 1st and Sunday, November 2nd. 28 more words
Cynthia Hill’s illuminating exploration of the impact of domestic violence debuted at Sundance this year. Other festival berths have included True/False, New Orleans, Full Frame, Dallas, Hot Docs, Heartland, Seattle, Human Rights Watch, and DOXA, among others. 7 more words
1. Varnish. Shiny, buffed floors.
2. A hunting horn, a lobster, a peeled lemon.
3. He collects the tiniest possible sample and places it on a glass slide.
Jon Wright ambitiously set out to make a family-friendly British sci-fi film with the technical quality of Transformers, yet with more heart and a low budget, and after bringing together an impressive cast including acting veterans Ben Kingsley and Gillian Anderson, the project fell into place perfectly to create… 241 more words