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TCFF Opening Night Film: 'Blood Stripe' – Interview w/ Remy Auberjonois & Kate Nowlin

Every year Twin Cities Film Fest selects a social cause to bring to light and this year the subject of the Changemaker series is veteran support… 4,003 more words

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Project Ghibli #8: Grave of the Fireflies

After the success of Laputa: Castle in the Sky, the next two films from Studio Ghibli were released as a double bill feature – Grave of the Fireflies, directed by Isao Takahata, and My Neighbour Totoro, directed by Hayao Miyazaki. 1,200 more words


Nicolas Cage Becomes an "Army of One" in New Comedy

Nicolas Cage and Russell Brand headline an ensemble cast in this upcoming war comedy from Larry Charles, the director of Borat.

Cage plays Gary Faulkner, an ex-con, unemployed handyman, and modern day Don Quixote who receives a vision from God, played by Brand, telling him to capture Osama Bin Laden. 99 more words

American Films

Blokes, battles and biffo.


The second film that moved me from procrastination to productivity while writing LEGACY , was the Water Diviner.

One of the challenges I faced with LEGACY is that it’s essentially a very masculine story. 365 more words

Hannah Brooks

This  is “OUR TOP 5 PICKS” a weekly list of our favorite things here at Ribelle. Whether it be films, brands, video games, books etc. we will provide our top 5 favorite things of all time. 20 more words


Taxi Driver. The Best War Film Ever Made.

‘Taxi Driver’ is one of the most important films of all time. And arguably, one of the best films ever made. It definitely has had an extremely powerful impact on me and remains to be one of my all time favorites. 1,123 more words