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Gregory Plotkin, Editor of Get Out

April 23, 2017 | By
Gregory Plotkin, Editor of <em>Get Out</em>

Why does the word “horror” movie have a stigma attached to it and what is truly scary in the modern age? Is the horror genre classified as subpar because the movies were originally low budget and could be made quickly, under the aegis of the prolific, but largely unsung Roger Corman, who gave Francis... »

Born in China Captures Rarely Seen Animals in Native Habitat

April 21, 2017 | By
<em>Born in China</em> Captures Rarely Seen Animals in Native Habitat

For director Lu Chuan and producer Roy Conli, the Disneynature feature Born in China represents an enormous amount of preparation and production, with multiple crews enduring the harsh environment of western China to photograph rarely seen wildlife. Following the stories of three separate animal families, the film intercuts among a panda bear mother as... »

Walter Hill Returns to Pulp with The Assignment

April 6, 2017 | By
Walter Hill Returns to Pulp with <em>The Assignment</em>

A comic book-style revenge tale starring Michelle Rodriguez as a hit man who undergoes gender reassignment against his will, The Assignment is iconic director, Walter Hill’s latest genre film and accompanying graphic novel. The script preceded the book by a number of years. A gangster piece that Hill wrote had been published as a... »

Mike Nichols’ The Graduate, New 4K Restoration to be Released Nationwide for 50th Anniversary

April 3, 2017 | By
Mike Nichols’ <em>The Graduate</em>, New 4K Restoration to be Released Nationwide for 50th Anniversary

New York-based specialty distributor Rialto Pictures and StudioCanal has announced the release of Mike Nichols‘ groundbreaking The Graduate, starring Dustin Hoffman and Anne Bancroft, in new 4K digital prints beginning in April. The 50 anniversary restoration will have its world premiere on April 8 at the TCL Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, as a centerpiece event... »

Harry Gregson-Williams Scores The Zookeeper’s Wife

March 31, 2017 | By
Harry Gregson-Williams Scores The Zookeeper’s Wife

Known for scoring flashy, effects-laden studio films for directors such as Tony and Ridley Scott, Michael Bay, and Ben Affleck among numerous others, composer Harry Gregson-Williams was excited to take a more subtle approach to the music for director Niki Caro’s, The Zookeeper’s Wife, the true account of Antonina (Jessica Chastain) and Jan Zabinski (Johan... »

Alchemy Post Sound Creates Foley for Six Tribeca Films

March 29, 2017 | By
Alchemy Post Sound Creates Foley for Six Tribeca Films

A supporter of independent film and the New York production community, Alchemy Post Sound provided Foley services for six films screening at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival. They include three narrative features, a documentary feature and two shorts. “We are excited to have contributed to several wonderful new films screening at Tribeca, one of... »

Video of the Day: “Justice League – Official Trailer”

March 25, 2017 | By

Trailer for Warner Bros.’ upcoming Justice League movie. »

Video of the Day: “Captain Underpants Trailer”

March 22, 2017 | By

Trailer for the new animated movie Captain Underpants. »

AutFest, the First Annual Film Festival Dedicated to Autism Awareness, Announces its April 22-23 Program Lineup

March 8, 2017 | By
AutFest, the First Annual Film Festival Dedicated to Autism Awareness, Announces its April 22-23 Program Lineup

AutFest, the first film festival solely dedicated to an autistic audience and filmmakers, today announced its official program selections for its first annual film festival celebrating autism awareness “from spectrum to screen.” Presented by The Autism Society, AutFest will screen over 10 feature films and short films that promote autism awareness and/or are made... »

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Video of the Day

Trailer for the stoner, Jewish comedy One Week and a Day.