I’m digging this. Not long to wait now….
I think its safe to say this is the film event of the year right?
Watch the official 60 second TV spot for Star Wars: The Force Awakens — coming to theaters December 18, 2015.
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I have many memories of watching the film as a teenager. Peep the info below:
BAMcinemaFest celebrates the 20th anniversary of the seminal independent film KIDS with a filmmaker and cast reunion. The Q&A was moderated by film critic Eric Hynes and featured director Larry Clark, co-writer Harmony Korine, actors Chloë Sevigny, Leo Fitzpatrick, and Rosario Dawson, producer Cary Woods, and distribution executive Eamonn Bowles (president of Magnolia Pictures).
Watch the film here:
I watched this the other day and I got to say I thought it was brilliant. Give it a look and let me know what you think. Peep the info below:
PREDATOR: Dark Ages is a short fan film.
Set during the Crusades, the faith & fighting skills of a group of Templar Knights is put to the test when they encounter the Predator. Their battle is the thing Myths and Legends are born from.
Starring Adrian Bouchet, Amed Hashimi, Sabine Crossen, Ben loyd-Holmes, Jon Campling, Joe Egan and Philip Lane.
Written and directed by James Bushe.
Director of Photography – Simon Rowling. http://www.srcinematography.co.uk/
A huge thank you to all our kickstarter contributors and everyone that has supported our film. We couldn’t of done it with out you and hope you enjoy!
This is an independent, non-profit, artistic expression created purely as a fan film, for fans, by fans! It is in no way connected to, or endorsed by 20th Century Fox, nor is it intended to undermine or compete with any existing or forthcoming material.
I urge you to go see the new film. It’s a masterpiece. Peep the info below:
Welcome to our first installment of VICE Talks Film, the series where we sit down with the most talented and creative minds in the movie world to discuss their work and how they’re seeking to push the boundaries of the medium. In this episode, we caught up with director George Miller, creator of movies like Happy Feet, Babe, and of course the mythic Mad Max series. Now he’s back with his lastest venture Mad Max: Fury Road—which some have called a badass feminist action flick. We talked to the 70-year-old director about the challenges he faced in recreating the Wasteland, his new crop of iconic characters, the insane practical stunts and why it took 17 years to make this movie happen.
Going to see Mad Max:Fury Road and I’m excited. The reviews have been brilliant across the board. I watched this a long time back and dug it so I thought I’d share it with you now. Enjoy.
Thoughts? I’m hyped for Affleck as Batman. I dig the suit. Very Frank Miller inspired. I guess we have awhile to wait to see if it delivers. The media machine will be gearing up from now until release next year. Enjoy.