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Seven Minutes to Ecstacy

In the whole of seven minutes, there are a few seconds of human speech.Rest is all about sights and sounds of Nature.Almost like a whodunit that boringly lulls you into an unsuspecting daydream only to be awakened by the shrill cries of a murder is this debut speciale!That maybe, the construct of a linear, simple thriller.Cut to the laziness swirling around of yet, another hot day, in a rural setting of Bengal, the water insects carousing playfully and unseen over still waters and as Time seems to have stopped, the young… 434 mots de plus


Cannes Film Festival 2017 Review: Dhogs

Dhogs begins similar to how it ends: blank faces stare intently ahead, dumbfounded by the scene before them. By blank faces, I am not referring to the audience watching… 775 mots de plus

Andres Goteira


Friday, June 30. 2017 marks the official theatrical release of The Beguiled, following its earlier premiere at the Cannes Film Festival this past May. Nerd Nation Magazine was in attendance for the early press screener… 720 mots de plus


Cannes 2017 Diary Day 1/2

Day One – Sunday May 21st

So after a late, thrice-delayed flight, and an extortionately overpriced cab from the airport (I think he was pissed about Brexit. 1 778 mots de plus

Cannes Film Festival

Netflix may fix Japan Movie-Financing Dilemma: Director Naomi Kawase

Japan’s Cannes prodigy Naomi Kawase believes Netflix can help unleash the creativity of her country’s film industry, despite the eruption of a row over the American streaming giant that marred the French film festival. 291 mots de plus


IN THEATERS (SF) - "Harmonium"

Harmonium (2017; Dir.: Kôji Fukada)


By Daniel Barnes

*Opens Friday, June 23 at the 4 Star Theater in San Francisco.

Over one year after winning the Un Certain Regard Jury Prize at Cannes 2016, this repressed and implosive Japanese tragedy finally receives a limited stateside release.   160 mots de plus

In Theaters

FRANCESCA UK DVD RELEASE - JULY 3RD 2017 | #horrorfilm


Jinga Films and Matchbox Films are pleased to announce the UK release of Nicolas Onetti’s giallo homage  301 mots de plus