‘L’ Trailer

‘L’ Trailer

 


L trailer by Flixgr

Here is the new trailer for the new Greek film ‘L’ from Babis Makridis, co-written with Efthymis Filippou. Filippou, you might remember, also shared writing duties with Giorgos Lanthimos

Sundance Updates

‘The Surrogate’ was picked up by Fox Searchlight for $6 million, making it the biggest acquisition, so far, at Sundance. John Hawkes plays journalist and poet Mark O’Brien, who is afflicted with Polio and lives most of his life in an iron

‘The Crow’ is back on. Sorry.

 The Weinstein Company and Relativity Media have settled a lawsuit over the rights to a remake of ‘The Crow’. It seems like both companies are going to join forces on the upcoming film. This news has me yelling Hurray! in the most

Sundance Updates

The North American theatrical rights for Katie Aselton’s sophomore effort, “Black Rock”, have been bought by LD Distribution. Scripted by Aselton’s husband Mark Duplass and also executive produced by the Duplass brothers, “Black Rock” is a taut thriller that takes

‘Jeff, Who Lives at Home’ Trailer

‘Jeff, Who Lives at Home’ Trailer

Release Date: March 16th

‘Jeff, Who Lives at Home’ is the latest film the Duplass Brothers, directors of ‘Cyrus’ and ‘The Puffy Chair’. Their latest is about, easily enough, Jeff (Jason Segal) who lives at home with his mother, played by

New Directors/New Films Announced

New Directors/New Films Announced

The Film Society of Lincoln Center and The Museum of Modern Art announced seven official selections for the 2012 New Directors/New Films Festival (March 21-April 1). New Directors/New Films for the last 40 years has been a showcase for emerging directors, introducing

Kevin’s 12 Most Anticipated Movies of 2012

Kevin’s 12 Most Anticipated Movies of 2012

(In no particular order)
1. Moonrise Kingdom

Director: Wes Anderson
Release Date: May 25th
Cast: Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Bruce Willis, Frances McDormand

Two young lovers (Kara Hayward and Jared Gilman) run off, which causes a local search