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Once Kidnapped by Her Parents, Iram Haq Brings Her Story to the Big Screen

For someone telling dark ... for the Venice Film Festival. She made her directorial debut in 2010, with Little Miss Eyeflap, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and won several awards. Besid... read more

Visions Of Science Fiction Launches At Digital Gym Cinema

Film Geeks SD launches Visions of Science Fiction ... For the fifth year, Miguel Rodriguez of Horrible Imaginings Film Festival and I are volunteer programmers with Film Geeks SD. Our goal is to bring ... read more

What to Expect From The 2018 Los Angeles Film Festival

While fall usually bears bad films, fans can always look forward to the exciting, fresh movies from fall film festivals. Some of the best films of the year premiere at fests like the Toronto Internati... read more

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20 years in the making: The story behind Bafta front runner 'The Favourite'

I was looking through some documents ... first pitched her Queen Anne story, the film was finally done, although it would be another year after shooting wrapped that The Favourite premiered at Venice ... read more


Top 100 Russian and Soviet movies

Andrei Zvyagintsev’s first picture won him a Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival and recognition as one of the most ... all the scientists on board are suffering from some kind of mental illness. ... read more

Movie 2018 Year in Review: Superheroes rule the multiplex, but will Netflix save mid-budget movies?

For some ... the Venice Film Festival. What’s more, Roma was just one of a host of movies by name directors to migrate to Netflix, with Alex Garland’s Annihilation, Nicole Holofcener’s The Land of Ste... read more

‘The Nightingale’ Director Jennifer Kent On The Feminine Force & Retaining Humanity In Very Dark Times – Venice Q&A

Kent was offered projects from the U.S. after Babadook, but turned back to Oz and to The Nightingale, which she also wrote and which world premieres here at the Venice Film Festival later this ... our ... read more

The unlikely favourite: Why the rise of Yorgos Lanthimos is good news for film-lovers

The Favourite first premiered at the Venice Film Festival, which has a reputation for showcasing ... And if Lanthimos’s surreal narratives and dark sense of humour may ultimately polarise audiences (t... read more

A slow boat to terror

The visions intensify, and then suddenly, by some ... in the film. The makers of Aurora should thus be congratulated for creating an evocative work of art without much eye for box-office potential, wh... read more

Golden Globes 2019 highlights: Christian Bale is best actor; Green Book, Bohemian Rhapsody are controversial best films

The Christian Bale-starrer political drama, Vice, directed by Adam McKay, led with six nominations, followed by Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut, A Star is Born, Yorgos Lanthimos’ period dark comedy ... read more

‘It Was Fun to Speak Through Van Gogh’: Julian Schnabel on Writing Dialogue for the Iconic Artist in His New Film

Willem Dafoe's performance as the tormented artist earns rave reviews at the Venice Film Festival premiere of At Eternity's Gate ... revealing that he has written some of the dialogue spoken by the to... read more



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