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NYFF Diary Part Two: Life, Death, the Past, the Future, and a Magnificent Lobster

Second week of press screenings for the New York Film Festival, and in broad terms, this week was considerably more exciting then the first. This is the diary were I keep my overall thoughts on the films I’m seeing there. 1,403 more words

Great Movies

Emma Stone, Kate Winslet and 'Broadchurch's' Olivia Colman May Star in 'Dogtooth' Director's Historical Drama

With The Lobster — the Colin Farrell and Rachel Weisz-starring film set in a future where the government turns people into animals if they cannot find a monogamous partner —  253 more words


Dogtooth (2009)

Dogtooth opens with a tape recorder, a woman’s voice teaching a vocabulary lesson. She defines the sea as a leather armchair, “like the one we have in the living room”. 1,089 more words

Movies In 2015

TIFF 2015 - "The Lobster"

A Writing Craft Review of the  screenplay by Yorgos Lanthimos, Efthymis Filippou for “The Lobster”                                                                                        directed by Yorgos Lanthimos 

(These are snap judgements devoid of plot summaries and prone to spoilers)                                                                 rating 2 out of 5… 155 more words

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TIFF 2015: From Reincarnation to Roaming Mars on the Red Carpet

Red carpets are a funny thing. TIFF attracts a mix of media, some attending to cover the films, and others to exclusively cover celebrity appearances and who’s wearing what. 637 more words


TIFF Day Two: Greek Lobsters, Polish Ghosts, French Tigers, and Turkish Demons

The Lobster, Greek filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos’ English-language debut was the easy highlight of my second day of TIFF movies, the other three an odd bunch of partial brilliance and some questionable decision-making. 1,663 more words