MY BROTHER JACK
Dest and his team are clearly very talented, and it is easy to assume they can achieve stronger results with their next ventures.
Posted on May 21, 2013 in Reviews by Phil Hall
While one or two jumps like these are often enough in a feature length movie, and numerous scenes such as these are absolutely inexcusable in even the most experimental of mini-short films, somehow or other we’re willing to forgive Kvanbeck, and accept whatever he sends our way, because of his ability to hold and suspend our attention at all times.
Posted on May 21, 2013 in Reviews by Amy R. Handler
GOING BIONIC: DISTRIBUTING INDEPENDENT FILMS INTERNATIONALLY – WELCOME TO OUR THREE-YEAR BIRTHDAY PARTY!
Happy Birthday, happy birthday, happy birthday, and welcome to the three-year birthday party of Going Bionic!
Posted on May 21, 2013 in Features, Going Bionic by Hammad Zaidi
TRAVEL DREAM AND DREAM TRAVEL
A pair of poetic meditations on the notion of travel, and the part that it plays in our desires and memories…
Posted on May 20, 2013 in Reviews by David Finkelstein
The movie’s a compilation of lifeless sequences in which the painter dashes off masterpieces amid picture perfect surroundings. We learn nothing about his life or oeuvre and anyone seeking psychological insight must make do with fromage such as “You can’t explain a painting-you have to feel it.” The filmmaker offers a portrait of the artist as an old fart because he’s chosen to portray him during the least dynamic phase of his life…
Posted on May 20, 2013 in Reviews by Rick Kisonak
The fact that the symmetry here is created by motion thought time as well as by the three spatial dimensions makes it particularly awe-inspiring to watch…
Posted on May 19, 2013 in Reviews by David Finkelstein
GOING BIONIC: DISTRIBUTING INDEPENDENT FILMS INTERNATIONALLY – CANNES SPECIAL REPORT #2 – “WHAM, BAM, THANK YOU SCAM,” HOW FAKE INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS PREY ON COLLEGE STUDENTS AT CANNES!
Hey filmmakers. Welcome to the second Cannes 2013 Special Report! Today’s article, “Wham, Bam, Thank You Scam” exposes one of the most egregious tactics practiced here at Cannes; preying on college students by charging them a silly amount of money to be an intern…
Posted on May 19, 2013 in Features, Going Bionic by Hammad Zaidi