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I’ve been MIA.  I’m sorry.  Sorta.  Not really at all.

Well no, I take that back.  I actually am sorry because I really enjoy getting onto this blog and just typing my heart away about nonsense.   762 more words

Dark Horse: Review



A few weeks ago, Chapter Arts Centre; my local, and brilliant independent cinema (seriously, no food is allowed in the cosy little screens, meaning no rustling of packets, or munching of popcorn), hosted a special event, in conjunction with BAFTA Cymru. 847 more words

Melissa Rauch's 'The Bronze' Set for July Release

Relativity has set the bawdy comedy “The Bronze” for a July 10 limited release, followed by a wide release on July 31.

Relativity bought “The Bronze” 97 more words

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MANISH MUNDRA'S DRISHYAM / SUNDANCE INSTITUTE SCREENWRITERS LAB, 2015 CALLS FOR SUBMISSIONS FOR THEIR FIRST EDITION

Manish Mundra’s film production company, Drishyam, in partnership with Sundance Institute, is organising Dhrishyam – Sundance Institute Screenwriters Lab 2015 to be held in Goa April 12-16.The Lab is inviting applications as a part of its Open Submission Process. 548 more words

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"This thing - it's going to follow you." It Follows review.

American indie-horror film, It Follows, opens to a familiar prospect; an indiscriminate suburban town, a scantily clad teenage girl, an unseen perturbing terror.

You’re thinking you’ve seen this before – just another trashy horror flick. 522 more words

NativeFest coming of age with mature content

CALIFORNIA – After 13 festivals, the Agua Caliente Museum’s Native FilmFest is coming of age.

The six-day showcase of indigenous peoples launches Tuesday evening with a panel discussion on “The Impact of the Sundance Institute on the Development of Native Film.” 112 more words

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Virtual Reality Steals the Show at Sundance

Sundance Film Festival is a program that takes place annually in Utah. This gives an opportunity for Independent film makers to show off their work on shorts, documentaries, and full-feature length films. 318 more words

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