Actor, Jason Bateman’s feature directorial debut Bad Words was a hit at the Toronto International Film Festival and opens wide in theaters on March 28.
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Handheld infection horror.
This terrifying horror thriller follows two best friends who set out on the trip of a lifetime around the world. Their journey, documented every step of the way, soon takes a dark and unexpected turn after an encounter with a beautiful woman in Paris leaves one of them mysteriously afflicted. 47 more words
Last year, I took a leap of faith- leaving my job of three years at a film fund to look for something new. While it led to an incredible opportunity to represent films and plan parties at the Toronto International Film Festival, it’s also meant spending a considerable amount of time job searching, interviewing and wondering why I was still unemployed. 537 more words
‘Noah’ is a 17 minute short film set entirely on the computer screen and iPhone of a teenage boy. I think that it gives a very real insight into the life of a teenager living in the ‘now’ generation. 117 more words
A lie, from the mouth of a child, sends a small community into a world of anger, desperation and savagery in March’s North of 7 Film Festival… 299 more words
The Weinstein Co. has moved back the U.S. release of “One Chance,” the biopic about about “Britain’s Got Talent” winner Paul Potts, to Aug. 29. 108 more words
The San Francisco Film Society has tapped Toronto Film Festival exec Noah Cowan as its exec director, four months after Ted Hope announced his departure. 162 more words