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Cinema as event: Insight Report

SampoMedia has been suggesting for some time that cinema should be studying how to adapt to an emerging Experience Economy. Our latest report, supported by the BFI New Models fund, looks at one release that has explicitly built a sense of event into its business model. 1,728 more words

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'Nymphomaniac Director's Cut' Gets Day-and-Date Roll-out on Oct.2

Lars von Trier’s “Nymphomaniac Director’s Cut” is set to roll-out day and date on VOD and in theaters across various territories on Oct. 2. 

The Charlotte-Gainsbourg starrer will play simultaneously in theaters and on VOD in the U.S., Canada, Spain, The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Estonia and in Denmark.   162 more words


Nymphomaniac: Volume 1 - Movie Review

Intended to be released as a single film, Lars Von Trier’s Nymphomaniac has been split into two parts due to its excessive four hour length. Originally slapped with the rare NC-17 rating by the MPAA, the film ended up being released without a rating and it’s clear to see why; … 740 more words

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Nymphomaniac, Vol. II - movie review

Nymphomaniac, Vol. II (Not Rated, 2013, 123 minutes)

Written and directed by Lars Von Trier

Starring: Charlotte Gainsbourg, Jamie Bell, Willem Dafoe

The continuation of Joe’s sexually dictated life delves into the darker aspects of her adulthood, obsessions and what led to her being in Seligman’s care. 303 more words


Stacy Martin Keeps It Simple For AnOther

Nymphomaniac‘ actress Stacy Martin gets profiled in the Fall/Winter Issue of AnOther magazine.

Shot by lensman Ben Toms, the 23-year-old starlet keeps it clean and simple in relaxed styles from… 13 more words


Nymphomaniac: Volume I (2014)

What an interesting movie. I love how the story is told by older Joe (Charlotte Gainsbourg) talking to a complete stranger Stellan Skarsgard. I love their back and forth talks and how Skarsgard goes off on his own tangents that seem to mirror what Gainsbourg is talking about at the time, comparing hunting men on a train to reading a river while fly fishing. 55 more words