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Film Favorites: Syndromes and a Century

Apichtapong Weerasethakul clearly has his own idea of what cinema ought to be, and arguably more than any currently working director, he is ready to shape the medium to his whims to achieve that vision. 873 more words


The Strongest Man director Kenny Riches talks Sundance and scary Miami palm fronds

Miami has a bit of a local hero in the indie film world. Kenny Riches wrote, produced and directed The Strongest Man, a film he shot in Miami with a local artist (and casual BMX stunt rider) in the lead role. 752 more words



dir. Apichatpong Weerasethakul

Screened as part of Sydney Film Festival at George St. Event Cinemas, 11/06/15 at 8.30pm

After a week with too little sleep I came to last night’s premiere of the new Apichatpong Weerasethakul drowsy. 999 more words

Repercussão: Cannes 2015

E ontem se encerrou mais uma edição do badalado, amado/odiado Festival de Cannes. Não tem jeito, ele é o balizador do ano, a maior plataforma de lançamento dos filmes que devem figurar entre os mais falados do ano e presentes em outros festivais. 859 more words


First Word on Hou and Joe

The reviews are in from Cannes.

Hou Hsiao-hsien’s The Assassin is reviewed by Variety:

Hou implicitly grasps the expressive power of stillness and reserve, the ways in which silence can build tension and heighten interest.

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The Anniversary

She is 25 and he is 23. They’ve been in jail for nearly a year now. Their punishment for directing and acting in a theatrical production of a fable that wants no more and no less than to incarnate the freedom to speak, publicly and guilelessly, of the brutal heart of the sovereign who wears the garb of the righteous. 661 more words

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Cannes: Strand Buys Apichatpong Weerasethakul's 'Cemetery of Splendour' (EXCLUSIVE)

Strand Releasing is to acquire North American rights to former Palme d’Or winner Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s “Cemetery of Splendour.”

The film played this week in Cannes in the festival’s Un Certain Regard section. 171 more words