Monsters Go Unemployed In Short Film EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH. Watch It Now!

These are tough times: budgets keep getting cut and small companies are having a hard time keeping their head above water. But what about monsters? In Employee of the Month, Swiss director Olivier Beguin shows a gallery of various creatures... More »
  

SXSW 2015 Review: All In For The MANSON FAMILY VACATION

When the Manson story broke, the hardest question on the minds of parents everywhere was 'how is it possible that seemingly good kids could be taken under such a nefarious wing and convinced to commit two of the century's most... More »
By Zach Gayne   
  

ND/NF 2015 Review: Preparing For Apocalypse In PARABELLUM

It's early morning. We begin with a lush landscape. The camera slowly pans to reveal more tranquil greenery. The opening of Parabellum reminds you of the opening scene of Carlos Reygada's Silent Light, except for an imposing beat of electro... More »
By Dustin Chang   
  

Vilnius Film Fest 2015 Preview: A Look At The Best Of Central European And Balkan Cinema

The capital of Lithuania will soon open its gates to cineastes, with the Vilnius Film Festival "Kino Parsavaris", the largest cinematic event in Lithuania. Roaming the streets of the second biggest city of the Baltic states. The fest runs... More »
By Martin Kudlac   
  

Hey Australia! Madman's Massive Giveaway Is Back!

We haven't run these competitions for many months now, but due to popular demand, TwitchFilm and Madman are bringing back the massive giveaway competitions. This month, you have the chance to win DVDs of some wonderful films from different parts of... More »
By Hugo Ozman   
  

Calgary Underground Film Festival Unveils 2015 Lineup

With its Oil barons and gleaming skyscrapers, Calgary, Alberta might be a lot like Canada's Houston, but between April 13th to 19th it'll be a heck of a lot more like Austin or Park City as their 12th annual Underground... More »
By Jason Gorber   
  

ND/NF 2015 Review: MERCURIALES, A Daring Little Fairy Tale In The Concrete Jungle

The film starts with a young black man getting a tour on the first day of his job as security personnel in Les Mercuriales, the twin skyscrapers, which eerily resemble the World Trade Center, situated in an industrial neighborhood in... More »
By Dustin Chang   
  

THE BAD BATCH: Reeves, Carrey And Momoa Join Dystopian Love Story

Deadline reported yesterday that Keanu Reeves, Jim Carrey and Jason Momoa have joined the cast of the dystopian love story, The Bad Batch, the follow up film from A Girls Walks Home Alone At Night directo,r Ana Lily Amirpour. Diego Luna... More »
By Andrew Mack   
  

The Many Faces Of Rinko Kikuchi

This week sees the premiere of Kumiko - The Treasure Hunter, the film based on the bizarre tale of a Japanese woman who thought the bag of money from the Coen Brothers' Fargo was real, and who went looking for... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  

Watch The New Promotional Video For The New GHOST IN THE SHELL Animated Film

With the upcoming release of the latest film in the popular manga and anime franchise Ghost In The Shell in Japan on June 20, a new promotional video is now available. It features scenes from past films and series as... More »
By Hugo Ozman   
  

First Terrifying Teaser For The Live-Action ATTACK ON TITAN! Has Arrived

Finally, a teaser trailer for the upcoming live-action adaptation of Attack on Titan film has arrived. After the cast announcements last year, we recently saw character posters with them all in full costume - and now we finally have a... More »
By Trung Rwo   
  

SXSW 2015 Review: UNCLE KENT 2 Doesn't Care About This Review

...If it did, this write up would be for a very different film. One, perhaps, closer in resemblance to Uncle Kent 1 - a Joe Swanberg Sundance selection from 2011 that, by no means, begs for a sequel.So what is... More »
By Zach Gayne   
  

Review: INSURGENT Is Dystop-less

Part two of the big screen adaptation of Veronica Roth's bestselling series of YA sci-fi novels boasts a larger budget and sharper hairstyles than its predecessor, but remains incapable of stepping out from the long shadow cast by rival franchise... More »
By James Marsh   
  

ND/NF 2015 Review: K Transposes Kafka to Inner Mongolia

Here is a thought: what if Kafka's Castle was transposed from the cramped, dreary, dark Eastern European city to the airy, spacious word of Inner Mongolia? It is realized by Mongolian director Darhad Erdenibulag and English born Emyr ap Richard... More »
By Dustin Chang   
  

Review: SPRING, Life And The Future, Embraced With The Romance Of Cinema

"You saw me all fucked up and I am still here." So says Evan (Lou Taylor Pucci) to his Italian girlfriend, Louise (Nadia Hilker), after discovering that her 'little secret' is well outside his comfort zone. It is this moment,... More »
By Kurt Halfyard   
  

Review: Eugène Green's LA SAPIENZA Reaches Beyond Knowledge and Beauty

La Sapienza is the latest from Eugène Green, an American born, French filmmaker known for his highly theatrical, Bressonian films. Highly esoteric, the film will undoubtedly turn off many viewers with its intentionally stilted acting where actors often address the... More »
By Dustin Chang   
  

John Woo Has Been Caught For A MANHUNT Remake

Earlier today, Media Asia Films announced they are planning a new thriller, Manhunt, which will be helmed by legendary Hong Kong director John Woo. The film is a remake of the 1976 Japanese film by Satô Jun'ya of the... More »
By Ard Vijn   
  

Texas Frightmare Weekend 2015 Announces Screenings For 10th Anniversary Event

Since 2006, Texas Frightmare Weekend has been the place to be for horror fans in the southwest United States. From founder Loyd Cryer's humble beginnings at the Grapevine community center to its current home at the DFW Hyatt, this is... More »
By Charlie Hobbs   
  

Teaser For Award-Winning Short TUNING OSCAR: Love Never Dies?

Winner of the Best Short Award in the Official Selection at Sitges last year, Spanish short Tuning Oscar (or Oscar Desafinado) has been making the well-deserved rounds at film festivals around Europe over the past several months. A funny, poignant... More »
  

ND/NF 2015 Review: TU DORS NICOLE, A Charming, Deftly Surrealistic Slacker Comedy

Quebec based filmmaker Stéphane Lefleur's wry slacker comedy Tu dors Nicole (You Are Sleeping, Nicole) stars Julianne Côté in the title role of Nicole, a 20 something young woman with one foot still firmly lodged in childhood and the other... More »
By Dustin Chang   
  
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