Independent films

Launch of the independent Mexican production company TresTresTres Films with the Morbido Lab project ‘Zarzal’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Longtime colleagues and college friends Gabriel Govela (“Dark Rain”), Irma Deschamps (“Champs”) and Juan Carlos Montes have come together to launch TresTresTres Films, a young and fresh independent production house based in Mexico City. The trio are currently participating in the Sanfic Industria Morbido Lab for genre projects with Govela’s …

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Fall Season 2021 Winners – Film Daily

According to a press release, the online seasonal festival brings together emerging and established names in the film industry to compete in various categories and be promoted and screened online. Season winners and official selections may apply to promote and screen films on the Montreal Independent Film Channel throughout the …

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Light Upon Blight scares the music of the film

The Best Video brought home one of his most anticipated annual events on Saturday night: Light Upon Blight live music from a horror movie, and this year’s pick – the 1932 classic. vampire – provided plenty of spooky and surreal imagery to inspire four musicians to create a soundtrack to …

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8 best indie horror movies of the 90s

It’s almost Halloween, which means horror movies are coming to the big screen. However, these films can be made in different ways. While horror can be a big blockbuster project at times, since the genre doesn’t always seem to be the most popular for major studios, many horror films have …

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A dream come true at Dietrich

A dream is now a reality at the Dietrich Theater. Nine years ago Erica and I went to the Lizza studio to find out if Bob could imagine a mural on the blank walls of the Dietrich. Bob immediately responded that he could imagine a trompe l’oeil wall mural, which …

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cow tipping myth | Mental Floss

When it comes to urban legends involving cattle, the cow tilting is perhaps the one that gets milked the most. As these accounts unfold, groups of intoxicated youths sometimes sneak onto farms and sneak past sleepy cows, using brute force to knock them down. It’s unnecessary, cruel, and luckily for …

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10 of the best Halloween movies

As Halloween approaches again, most people are trying to figure out how to make it another great season for everyone. October is the month of fear of jumps and all that is scary. In honor of the upcoming season, we wanted to take a look at the best Halloween celebrations …

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No time to die: what now for James Bond?

* This article contains major spoilers for No time to die* Our national obsession with the “next James Bond” has never been who could realistically lead the franchise into its next chapter. It’s just a competition to see which British actor is, in fact, the most British of all. We’ve …

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The 12 Scariest Horror Movies Found

A found images film that does not need to be shown, “The Blair Witch Project” by Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sánchez claims to tell the story of three student filmmakers who went missing after roaming the Black Hills near Burkittsville. , Maryland, to film a documentary on a One of …

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Halloween Kills to equal 13th record on special Friday

Halloween and Friday the 13th have always been equally beloved slasher franchises, but Michael Myers is close to tying an important record with Jason. The next Halloween kills is set to tie a major franchise record with Friday 13. These two long-running slasher franchises have been scaring and entertaining audiences …

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Kevin Smith reveals why Marvel can’t direct the movie

Following his breathtaking independent film debut with “Clarks” in 1994, Kevin Smith has written and directed nearly 13 films to date, one of the most important voices among filmmakers of his generation. Focuses on low budget products based on spiritual conversations. Smith’s success was broadcast on television, where he was …

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Sierra / Affinity Appoints Kristen Figeroid Chief Executive Officer and Executive Vice President – Deadline

Former Sierra / Affinity Director Kristen Figeroid joins the company as Managing Director and Executive Vice President. In his new role, Figeroid will lead the day-to-day operations of the eOne branch and oversee all sales and partner service activities. Figeroid previously served as Sierra / Affinity’s executive vice president of …

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JaShaun St. John changes Hollywood and fashion

Within the framework of a vast cinematographic universe, Eternals is the reverse of an intimate film like Songs. Yet its reach and global reach allowed for Indigenous representation, which was sorely lacking in Hollywood. St. John describes the opportunity to enter the MCU as a dream come true, with resonance …

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The ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding’ star

Antonia Eugenia “Nia” Vardalos (Greek: Αντωνία Ευγενία “Νία” Βαρντάλου; born September 24, 1962) is an actress, director, producer and screenwriter of Greek origin. She is best known for acting and writing the romantic comedy film My great Greek wedding (2002), which earned her Oscar nominations for Best Original Screenplay and …

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Eva Lanska’s award-winning film “Little French Fish” premiered on ShortsTV in Europe on Amazon Prime and other platforms on September 19th.

(September 22, 2021, JNS wire) London director Eva Lanska’s award-winning short Small french fish held its European premiere on the major shorts entertainment network ShortsTV on September 19, 2021. The film premiered on ShortsTV in North America on September 9, 2021 on DirecTV, AT&T U-Verse, Google Fiber, Frontier Communications and …

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The 10 best Wes Anderson characters ranked

In addition to the fact that “Rushmore” was Anderson’s groundbreaking film and gave Jason Schwartzman his career, Max Fischer feels like an important reflection on the director’s early work. Anderson’s debut film “Rushmore” and “Bottle Rocket” are full of ambitious dreamers, infamy-hungry people, and a cool, rebellious reputation. More than …

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Georgia Latino Film Alliance and Festival (GALFA) Announces Appointment of Julie Ann Crommett as New Board Chair

Atlanta, GA, September 18, 2021 – (PR.com) – The Georgia Latino Film Alliance (GALFA) today announced the appointment of Julie Ann Crommett, nationally recognized industry thought leader and champion of equity, opportunity and representation in the film and entertainment industry as the new chairman of the board. Crommett will work …

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Ganju Film Society begins its journey

Horendro Nath Singh and Sourav Kumar Singh A new film society named Ganju Film Society, comprising young people from the ethnic minority community of Ganju, began its journey on Thursday, a press release said. Horendro Nath Singh and Ronjit Kumar were elected respectively chairman and secretary general of the first …

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“His socialist smile”: Docs Ireland Review | Comments

Director: John Gianvito. WE. 2020. 93 minutes The latest photo from documentary filmmaker and video essayist John Gianvito is further reflection on the themes that have occupied much of his career: protest, social injustice, radicalism. The subject of this sparse and stripped-down film is 19th-century activist, activist, speaker, and author …

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Film festivals put Arkansas cinema in the spotlight

A growing number of film festivals are attracting the attention of filmmakers in northwest Arkansas and could create more jobs supporting the state’s creative economy, organizers say. “What’s so interesting about cinema is that it’s not just an art, it’s business, it’s economic development, it’s tourism,” said Kathryn Tucker, Director …

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Beyond Prince Caspian: Ben Barnes

In 2008, the world of Narnia added a new character when Prince Caspian stepped on the scene and spotlighted talented newcomer Ben Barnes. Like many viewers, this was my first introduction to Barnes as he portrayed Caspian in the sequel to the hit movie. The Chronicles of Narnia, The Lion, …

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Stop whatever you’re doing and buy A24 merch

Last year, a group of celebrities began wearing merchandise featuring the logo of independent film studio Elara. From Timothée Chalamet and Emily Ratajkowski to Finn Wolfhard and Pete Davidson, Hollywood’s hottest names couldn’t get enough of the production company founded in 2014 by Sebastian Bear-McClard and Josh and Benjamin Safdie. …

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BlackStar Film Festival returns for its 10th year

A native of Philadelphia, Ephraim Asili, now an assistant professor at Bard College in New York, will see his first feature film screened at BlackStar. “The Inheritance” is both a narrative fiction and a cinematic essay on the history of black liberation. The protagonist inherits a West Philly house from …

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Loki episode 6 ends teased in Avengers: Endgame

A Avengers: End of Game the line teased the terrifying conclusion to the finale of Loki. With the sixth and final episode released on Wednesday (July 14), fans have found out which of their many theories came to fruition – and are reacting rather enthusiastically. Many thought the next Thanos-style …

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Nora Al Sharif’s “Ismail” paints a picture of Palestine you might not have seen

Ismail movie poster Istikana Nora Alsharif’s film “Ismail” has just been released on Istikana AMMAN, JORDAN, July 12, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Istikana, the leading subscription video-on-demand service focused on Arab indie films, documentaries, shorts and classics, has released award-winning documentary Ismail إسماعيل by Palestinian director Nora Alsharif Nora Alsharif’s film …

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Shot in New Mexico – The Paper.

July 6, 2021 at 2:23 pm Throughout our state’s history, New Mexico has served as a popular backdrop for Hollywood films. Our high desert environments have been replaced by alien landscapes, Wild West vistas and apocalyptic hellish landscapes. Many of these film productions have taken place in movie studios like …

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Pandemic bringing more new movies on demand

Multiplexes in Nova Scotia may have reopened their theaters to the public in mid-June, but some in the exhibition and movie industry are seeing some changes from the pandemic era linger. As of April 2020, popular films like Scoob, Trolls 2 and others have had premium video-on-demand releases, streaming releases, …

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Meet Tal Anderson, star of the atypical

Immerse yourself in the story of Tal Anderson, an autistic woman who didn’t let her ASD diagnosis stop her from achieving her dream of acting. Tal Anderson made his debut as Sid on the hit Netflix show Atypical in 2019, a comedy-drama series about the life of a teenage boy …

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2022 Governors’ Awards Profile: Samuel L. Jackson

Almost six years have passed since Samuel L. Jackson, Wesley snipes, and Denzel Washington present Spike lee with an honorary Academy Award in recognition of his influential career. Flanked by his colleagues, Jackson spoke for more than seven minutes about Lee’s impact on the film industry, with particular emphasis on …

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