Exclusives

An Interview With Bill Morrison

An Interview With Bill Morrison

| June 9, 2017

In the town of Hoppegarten just east of Berlin there is a bunker. The facility is kept cooled to 6 degrees Celsius and contains a row of 40 small rooms separated from one another by steel doors. This bunker, located next to the Stasi’s old encryption headquarters, is not a facility for protecting military personnel, […]

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Get Out Blu-ray Giveaway

Get Out Blu-ray Giveaway

| May 15, 2017

It’s huge giveaway time! We’re giving away one Blu-ray copy of Jordan Peele’s powerful critique of the notion of a “post-racial America,” Get Out, courtesy of Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. Get Out arrives on Digital HD, Blu-ray and DVD May 23rd from Universal. And if you want to be entered to win a FREE copy of Get Out (and […]

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Interview with Jackson Stewart (Director of Beyond The Gates)

Interview with Jackson Stewart (Director of Beyond The Gates)

| April 6, 2017

For many horror fans, the 80’s are one of the great high points in horror cinema. The mere mention of films like The Howling, Scanners, My Bloody Valentine, Hell Night, April Fool’s Day and many others brings a wide smile to a variety of genre fans. Horror fans are always searching for something new, and a new film […]

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An Interview With Kasper Collin

An Interview With Kasper Collin

| March 24, 2017

There’s a story that theater critic Kenneth Tynan once told regarding Miles Davis’ seminal album Kind of Blue. One evening Tynan was in his study listening to the record when his nine-year-old daughter entered to kiss him goodnight. At the sound of the music the little girl suddenly paused and after a moment declared, “That’s […]

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An Interview with Shimon Dotan

An Interview with Shimon Dotan

| March 5, 2017

In the book of Genesis, chapter 17 verse 8, the text reads, “And I will give unto thee and to thy seed after thee, the land wherein thou art a stranger, all the Land of Canaan, for an everlasting possession; and I will be their God.” The complexities of heritage and homeland are the subject […]

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An Interview with Rob Cannan and Ross Adam

An Interview with Rob Cannan and Ross Adam

| September 23, 2016

The complexities of how we create and consume narrative are compellingly explored in Rob Cannan and Ross Adam’s documentary The Lovers and the Despot. The story follows South Korean filmmaker Shin Sang-ok and actress Choi Eun-hee who meet and fall in love in 1950’s post-war Korea. In 1978, after a string of successful films bringing […]

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Don’t Blink: An Interview With Laura Israel

Don’t Blink: An Interview With Laura Israel

| July 11, 2016

In Jack Kerouac’s classic 1957 novel On The Road, the author says, “What is that feeling when you’re driving away from people and they recede on the plain till you see their specks dispersing? It’s the too huge world vaulting us, and it’s goodbye. But we lean forward to the next crazy venture beneath the […]

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Presenting Princess Shaw

Presenting Princess Shaw

| June 1, 2016

For some time now, the internet has been challenging our perceptions of what art can be, and in Ido Haar’s documentary Presenting Princess Shaw, the idea of online applications as the next evolution in artistic instrumentation is explored quite thoughtfully. The story follows Samantha Montgomery, a care-giver working and living in one of the toughest neighborhoods […]

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An Interview with D.A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus

An Interview with D.A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus

| May 26, 2016

Can a river be a person? Should a 180 mile waterway, traversing the slopes of an active volcano, lined by scenic flour mills and home to 18 species of fish be granted the same legal rights as a human being? The New Zealand government thought so when it granted the Whanganui River personhood status in 2012. […]

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An interview with director Terence Davies

An interview with director Terence Davies

| May 12, 2016

With his latest film Sunset Song, director Terence Davies examines the limits of human endurance, and the struggles in maintaining and supporting treasured traditions in the face of often harsh evolutions in modern society. Based on the classic novel by Lewis Grassic Gibbon, the story takes place in rural Scotland at the turn of the […]

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