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♥ Picture of the Day ♥ – This selfie makes me laugh, with my friends from my course on one of our first get togethers in final year. 144 more words

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An Interview with director Bennett Miller at the BFI

Last night the BFI Southbank hosted Bennett Miller for a candid interview spanning his movie career as part of the London Film Festival 2014. Miller gave a thoughtful and reflective insight into how he approached each of his films from his early life and the making of his debut… 792 more words

Phillip Seymour Hoffman

I love it when I meet someone who loves what they do

Bennett Miller’s Moneyball is easily one of my favorite sports stories of all time.

…but I thought this post was about soaking up the good energy of people who love their work? 427 more words


Trailer of the Day: Foxcatcher

The newest trailer for director Bennett Miller’s (Moneyball, Capote) latest film Foxcatcher made its debut this week.

The movie tells the true story of Olympic wrestling championship brothers Mark and Dave Schultz (Channing Tatum and Mark Ruffalo, respectively). 32 more words

Trailer Of The Day

Foxcatcher (2014)

Foxcatcher is a strange and strangely true tale of wrestlers Mark and Dave Schultz and their time with sponsor and “coach” John du Pont. Whether you know the shocking ending of the story or not hardly matters, as director Bennett Miller’s sense of pacing and tone heralds a dark and tragic end from the very first frame. 772 more words


A Night of Moneyball: An Inside Look from One of it's Founding Fathers

By now, if you are a sports fan, especially baseball, chances are you have seen the movie Moneyball, read the book Moneyball by Michael Lewis which the movie is based on, or have heard about the Oakland Athletics and the way they changed the way people thought of baseball players. 1,427 more words

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"Foxcatcher" coming soon!

Some of my most trusted critics are shooting down a number of my eagerly anticipated October releases, so, all of a sudden, a good chunk of the fall film landscape is looking pretty bleak. 284 more words