Bushwick looks like an interesting little action independent movie from Cooties directors Cary Murnion and Jonathan Milot. Collider revealed three posters for the upcoming movie. Dave Bautista is a rising star and this looks like another movie where he gets to show was a commanding screen presence he can be. Summary: Two people – twenty-year-old […]
Film Festivals play an interesting role in the movie scene these days. While an "independent movie" used to mean a movie that wasn't part of the major studio system, now those same major studios tend to have "indie" divisions to pick up the offbeat award movies of the festival circuit. However, the independent section of cinema […]
I usually do my write up before showing a trailer… but I'm going to do this differently this time. Because I want you to have the same, "What the…" feeling I had when watching Netflix's new teaser for The Discovery starring Rooney Mara, Robert Redford and Jason Segel. Okay… now you might be wondering what […]
Spinning out of his film Tusk, Kevin Smith has a new film debuting at Sundance this weekend, Yoga Hosers. And folks at the movie's premiere are going to get a special prequel comic written by Smith and drawn by Jeff Quigley. The comic is being published by Dynamite Entertainment. The film stars Smith's daughter Harley […]
By Octavio Karbank There's something especially charming about low-budget, grungy, post-apocalyptic comic book movies. Or at least that's the case with Turbo Kid. Set to debut at the Sundance Film Festival this week comes another film by Jason Eisener, the guy who made Hobo With A Shotgun. I don't want to go too much into […]
Don Hertzfeldt, the writer and director of multiple award-winning animated shorts, has hooked up with Snoot Entertainment for his latest animated film Antarctica. Hertzfeldt is debuting his latest short, World of Tomorrow, opening night of the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. This is his seventh film in the competition, more than any other film maker. His […]
By Chris Hood (This is Part Four of an ongoing series to help educate aspiring filmmakers on the process of making their first film. Previous articles in this series can be found at BleedingCool.com and MovieIndustry.com) At this point, under my supreme guidance, you're continuing down the hopeful yellow brick road of filmmaking that you'll […]
I still think there's something not right about people who have the resources asking for money from their fans, but maybe this is a matter of not letting a few rotten apples spoil the whole barrel.
Things have opened up somewhat since the first instalment.
Kathryn Hahn is a bored housewife and Juno Temple is the stripper who she invites into her home. A home she also shares with her husband. That's bound to end well, right?
Escape from Tomorrow sounds interesting: Much of the Escape From Tomorrow was shot inside Florida's Walt Disney World without approval or even, I would guess, the park's knowledge. This doesn't mean the film is shaky, handicam stuff, shot off the cuff as though tourist footage – it looks to be a well mounted picture with […]
Including Black Metal, When The Zombies Come and Broken Night.
Park City in January is looking pretty hot.
66 films for Sundance 2013.
Linda Ge writes for Bleeding Cool. It took the success of Bridesmaids to open the doors for all future bawdy female-centric comedies to follow. But for all its attempts at vulgar humor and endless wink-wink-nudge-nudge euphemisms, there's a heart beating beneath the surface of Sundance comedy For a Good Time, Call… and indeed, it's in […]
This video is ostensibly a Sundance spin on the "Sh*t People Say" meme, just more politely named by its PBS creators. Now I can tell you this, if I was at Sundance, I'd probably say very few of those things and just zip back and forth trying to watch as many films as possible. Thanks […]
Quentin Dupieux has revealed another clip from his new film Wrong, which will be premiering at Sundance in the coming days. It's an interesting marketing campaign. I feel like we're being shown the bits of blank page more than anyplace that there's scribbling going on. Out of context this clip leaves me feeling as bemused […]
It's in black and white and features Bach's Air on the G string, so you know it must be a film for the stickiest corners of the art house crowd, right? Actually, About the Pink Sky looks like a pretty accessible and potentially very compelling teen drama from Japan. I still need to give you […]
This is where a lot of the big names are – films dorected by Spike Lee and Stephen Frears; starring Richard Gere, Bruce Willis, Robert DeNiro; produced by Peter Jackson. Again, the press release can do so much more than I would ever be able to so, take it away, ticker tape machine: PREMIERES A […]
This is a nice, tight little trailer for Filly Brown that gives away… well, very little. There's considerably more obvious and practical info in the single sentance description issued by Sundance: Filly Brown / U.S.A. (Directors: Youssef Delara, Michael D. Olmos, Screenwriter: Youssef Delara) — A Hip Hop-driven drama about a Mexican girl who rises […]