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By On 30 Jan, 2017 At 11:03 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

“When you’re born in prison, you don’t know what to do with the freedom.” Netflix has debuted a trailer for the indie drama Imperial Dreams, starring John Boyega, better known as Finn from Star Wars. Before he went on to make The Force Awakens, Boyega made this indie film with Los Angeles director Malik Vitthal, […]

By On 29 Jan, 2017 At 11:32 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

The use of silhouettes in cinematography can be powerful and evocative. One of the masters of silhouettes is cinematographer Roger Deakins, who has earned 13 Academy Award nominations over three decades (but never actually won one yet). One Perfect Shot video editor H. Perry Horton put together this compilation titled “Paint it Black: The Silhouettes […]

By On 29 Jan, 2017 At 11:32 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

The power of people. But who is the leader that can inspire people to actually get out and protest? Joshua: Teenager vs. Superpower is a documentary about the Umbrella Movement in Hong Kong in 2014, as well as the story of Joshua Wong, the young activist who lead the movement. I’ve been excited to see […]

By On 29 Jan, 2017 At 11:31 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

The official awards for the 2017 Sundance Film Festival were announced tonight at a ceremony in Park City. We’ve been patiently waiting to see who won the awards at Sundance this year, and now we know – it’s a solid mix of winners across the board, and no double Audience Award & Grand Jury winners […]

By On 29 Jan, 2017 At 11:30 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

“All employees, lend me your full attention…” BH Tilt released a third trailer for The Belko Experiment, the indie action comedy about an office building locked down where all the employees are forced to play a game of kill-or-be-killed. We’ve already seen two trailers for this film previously, and it looks good, but at this […]

By On 29 Jan, 2017 At 11:29 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

After working with Jessica Williams in his 2015 film People, Place, Things, writer/director Jim Strouse (of Grace is Gone, The Winning Season) recruited her for a lead role and wrote an entire film around her. The Incredible Jessica James stars Jessica Williams as a struggling playwright living in New York City, dealing with a break […]

By On 28 Jan, 2017 At 11:11 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

English actor Sir John Hurt has passed away at age 77. The sad news was confirmed by his agent, via BBC. Hurt died of pancreatic cancer, after first being diagnosed in 2015. John Hurt appeared in over 120 different films across multiple decades, as well as numerous stage and television roles. He most recently appeared […]

By On 28 Jan, 2017 At 11:09 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

“It seemed clear to everyone that the world needed more of me.” Warner Bros has debuted a fun making of featurette for The Lego Batman Movie, taking a look “behind the bricks” at the behind-the-scenes of this animated adventure. The movie hits theaters in just a few weeks, so this is one final reminder that […]

By On 28 Jan, 2017 At 11:02 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

The snow first started falling in Park City on Thursday, and it didn’t stop until Tuesday. I was hoping for a snowy Sundance this year, but not this much snow. The 2017 Sundance Film Festival has been one of the snowiest Sundances in a long time. I’ve been attending for 11 years, and I can’t […]

By On 27 Jan, 2017 At 11:33 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

The 89th Academy Awards ceremony takes place on Sunday, February 26th, one month from now. The Academy has released an official trailer, just a fun 60-second TV spot, to hype up the ceremony and entice movie lovers to tune in. The trailer mostly features clips from all of the Oscar nominated movies, but it’s still […]

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