DON HERTZFELDT BRINGS YOU THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF ANIMATION

Together with Mike Judge, Don “Rejected” Hertzfeldt has put together “The Animation Show,” a touring festival of animated shorts for the artists by the artists, promising to put these shorts into more theaters than any other animation festival in American history…



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DON’T SAY IT AT STARBUCKS

DON’T SAY IT AT STARBUCKS

Every year around this time I find myself sitting outside Starbucks on Ventura Blvd. and listening to the same pathetic story…



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EXCESS HOLLYWOOD: YOUR MONEY FOR NOTHING AND YOUR FILM FOR FREE

I imagine that there are countless numbers of people out there who want to put together a movie, but just don’t know how to make everything fall into place. They see something like “White Chicks” and say, “I can do something better than that bullshit.” Then they realize their biggest obstacle: How?



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ADDITIONAL “FIRECRACKER” SCREENING

ADDITIONAL “FIRECRACKER” SCREENING

Due to overwhelming demand, there has been an additional screening of Steve Balderson’s “Firecracker” added to the Raindance schedule on October 8th at 10pm.



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“MICHAEL MOORE HATES AMERICA” PREMIERES IN HOLLYWOOD

“MICHAEL MOORE HATES AMERICA” PREMIERES IN HOLLYWOOD

The hotly anticipated documentary, “Michael Moore Hates America” will make its Hollywood premiere on Thursday, September 30 at 8 p.m. at the Writer’s Guild of America theatre. “Michael Moore Hates America” deconstructs the genre of documentary film to show viewers how filmmakers can manipulate interviews and statistics to communicate a desired message, and therefore, how […]



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ARTSMAGICDVD FIRES UP A “BULLET BALLET”

ArtsmagicDVD will release Shinya Tsukamoto’s (“Tetsuo”) “Bullet Ballet” to DVD in January. “Bullet Ballet” is neither as surreal nor as alienating as “Tetsuo”. For all that, in many ways it is a continuation of the obsessive investigation into the relationship between a human being and the city that has spawned him, and particularly Tokyo. It […]



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NEW “BLADE TRINITY” TRAILER

NEW “BLADE TRINITY” TRAILER

http://www.filmthreat.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=1691



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TEA WITH TIFFANY

TEA WITH TIFFANY
3 Stars
Year Released: 2003
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Running Time: 6 minutes

When a stranger, whose hobby is abducting children, shows up at the door of a little girl named Tiffany, things aren’t going to go well…


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MOVIE MARKETING MADNESS: “SHARK TALE”

As moviemaking costs increase, the pressure to successfully market those movies becomes greater. In an attempt to show how marketers are trying to put the most hinders in the theater seats, Chris Thilk breaks down why some movie campaigns work and some don’t. This week, Chris picks apart the push for “Shark Tale”…



Posted on September 29, 2004 by

“THE HILLSIDE STRANGLER” COMES TO THE EGYPTIAN THEATRE

“THE HILLSIDE STRANGLER” COMES TO THE EGYPTIAN THEATRE

Chris Fisher’s “The Hillside Strangler” will have a sneak preview on October 4th at the Egyptian Theatre in Los Angeles. The film is inspired by the L.A. based murdering duo of the 70s.



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THE LITTLE GUY KICKS ASS

3 Stars
Year Released: 2003
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Running Time: 2 minutes

The Little Guy takes on two big guys. Fists fly. Kicks are thrown. There is an outcome. End of show…


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W

W
4 Stars
Year Released: 2004
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Running Time: 2 minutes

The stark reality of the pointless deaths of Americans is juxtaposed wordlessly with the face of Bush…


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THE MEATY McMEAT SHOW (DVD)

2.5 Stars
Year Released: 2004
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Running Time: 0 minutes

“The Meaty McMeat Show” is nothing but irreverent and ridiculous…


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STEVE BALDERSON SETS OFF A DEADLY FIRECRACKER

How did you assemble the rest of your cast? I’m morally against talking to managers or agents. They are scum. They have no purpose except to keep you from ever reaching their clients. And, to their clients, they are leeches. Because I’m adamant about this, casting the movie took longer than I’d hoped. But in […]



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STEVE BALDERSON SETS OFF A DEADLY FIRECRACKER

“FIRECRACKER” WORLD PREMIERE AT RAINDANCE ON OCTOBER 3RD! Moving from the killer prom queens in his feature length directorial debut, “Pep Squad,” Steve Balderson has set his sights on the true life murderous events in a small Kansas town as the subject matter for his latest film, “Firecracker…”



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