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By On 21 Apr, 2017 At 11:50 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

“You will see the safe delivery of our holiest relic to Rome. Go with God.” RLJ Entertainment has debuted a trailer for an indie action thriller titled Pilgrimage, set in the religious times of 13th century Ireland. The film is about to premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival this month, hence the release of the […]


By On 21 Apr, 2017 At 11:48 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

“C’est moi!” Another teaser for the Cannes Film Festival! Kicking off the 70th edition of the festival this May is this film, Ismael’s Ghost (or Les fantômes d’Ismaël), from French director Arnaud Desplechin (of My Golden Days). The film stars Mathieu Amalric as a filmmaker named Ismael, who is just about to begin shooting his […]


By On 20 Apr, 2017 At 11:53 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

“Dorfman is uniquely fascinating… spending the entirety of a film with her is a rare pleasure.” Neon has released an official trailer for the documentary The B-Side: Elsa Dorfman’s Portrait Photography, the latest from veteran documentarian Errol Morris. The feature doc profiles the life of Elsa Dorfman, a “nice Jewish girl” photographer who fell in […]


By On 20 Apr, 2017 At 11:52 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

“In the beginning their was faith that the egg was the start of all life. Then came reason that the egg must have come from a great chicken.” So what came first: the chicken or the egg? The eternal, unanswerable question finally gets addressed in this amusing, wacky short film titled Time Chicken. This claymation […]


By On 20 Apr, 2017 At 11:51 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

“He seems to be a sensitive person.” “Does he?” Focus Features has debuted a new full-length trailer for Sofia Coppola’s latest film, titled The Beguiled, adapted from Thomas Cullinan’s Southern Gothic novel. Set during the Civil War, an injured Union soldier ends up being nursed back to life at an all-girls’ boarding school in the […]


By On 20 Apr, 2017 At 11:50 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

“I want you to suffer the way I’m suffering now!” Imagination Worldwide has debuted an official trailer for an indie drama titled Paint it Black, the feature directorial debut of actress Amber Tamblyn, who also co-wrote the script, adapting Janet Fitch’s book of the same name. The film stars Alia Shawkat, Alfred Molina, Janet McTeer, […]


By On 19 Apr, 2017 At 11:12 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

“Think about what’s best for your son.” A24 has debuted an official trailer for the acclaimed indie drama titled Menashe, a very unique film set entirely within Brooklyn’s ultra-orthodox Jewish community. The film tells the story of a widowed father of a young son, struggling to make ends meet and stay in his kid’s life. […]


By On 19 Apr, 2017 At 11:22 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

“It’s not about us. The dilemma is our children.” Grasshopper Films has unveiled an official trailer for the acclaimed, award-winning documentary Last Men in Aleppo, taking us deep inside the war in Syria. The film profiles and follows three different founding members of the humanitarian group known as “The White Helmets” (official website), who have […]


By On 19 Apr, 2017 At 11:18 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

“He’s coming for you, Jack, to seek revenge.” Disney has released a new international trailer for Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, directed by the two Norwegian filmmakers who made the film Kon-Tiki. This trailer features plenty of new footage, though the coolest reveal is that this movie has ghost sharks in […]


By On 19 Apr, 2017 At 11:14 AM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

“Suburban life. So much is the same, week after week. Who hasn’t had the impulse to put their life on hold for a moment?” IFC Films has unveiled a trailer for an indie drama titled Wakefield, from writer/director Robin Swicord. This first premiered at the Telluride and Toronto Film Festivals last fall, to fairly mediocre […]


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