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Anomalisa might just be the best film I saw at TIFF. Written and directed by Charlie Kaufman with stop motion director Duke Johnson, Anomalisa is one of the tightest scripts I’ve seen, a beautifully rendered work that illustrates the fluidity and flexibly of animation. 143 more words


Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is blue. Not only in its visuals but in its tone as well. When I first watched Michel Gondry’s funky-science fiction-romance I was in highschool. 1,221 more words


Venezia 72: Anomalisa di Charlie Kaufman

Chi lo ama e segue non sarà sorpreso di sentir parlare ancora una volta di solitudine, dolore, paranoia e fallimento personale e relazionale nel cinema di… 640 more words

Venezia 2015

Amazon Is Developing a "Magical Realist," Kristen Wiig-Starring Feature Film

With Netflix’s first feature, Beasts of No Nation, set for release on October 16, Amazon now seems eager to keep up with Netflix’s highly anticipated original filmmaking ventures (though hopefully they won’t also be funding… 120 more words


TIFF 15: On New Adventures and Old Familiars

By: Daniel Reynolds

We’ve come to the end, my friends. After 11 days and (for me) 14 movies, the celebrations of the 40th Toronto International Film Festival are over. 1,882 more words


TIFF 2015 - Anomalisa

Going into Anomalisa, I had already seen (and greatly enjoyed) some of the strange things Charile Kaufman creates. But even with that little bit of preparation, as I left the theatre after seeing Anomalisa, it occured to me that I may have just had the strangest experience of my movie life. 426 more words


Why Charlie Kaufman's Anomalisa is the film to watch this year

It’s no hyperbole to say that Charlie Kaufman is possibly the finest, certainly the most creative, writer of his generation. Since his dazzling, Oscar-nominated breakthrough… 255 more words