The Coen Brothers’ most recent project, a six-part anthology film of Civil War-era American frontier life, has officially debuted at New York Film Festival after a successful run in Venice and Toronto.
Claim your free passes and be one of the first to see Liongate’s ‘Kin’ in New York, Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles and Washington DC.
There is no greater weapon than family, except for maybe that awesome gun!
James Franco’s hilarious masterpiece is approximately one less degree of fun than catching a midnight showing of ‘The Room’ and hurling plastic spoons at the screen.
Created by George Pelecanos and David Simon and starring James Franco and Maggie Gyllenhaal, The Deuce follows the story of the legalization and subsequent rise of the porn industry in New York’s Times Square from the early 1970s through the mid-1980s, exploring the rough-and-tumble world at the pioneering moments of what would become the billion-dollar American sex industry. George Pelecanos, David Simon, James Franco and Nina K. Noble serve as executive producers.
In a perfect world, every film would be a masterpiece.
Justin Kelly’s directional debut shines as a touching look at a young man’s troubling identity crisis
‘Why Him?’ is actually quite a bit better than that terrible trailer—with which you’ve doubtless been relentlessly bombarded—makes it seem.
‘Burn Country,’ directed by Ian Olds, stars Dominic Rains as Osman, an exiled Afghan fixer who settles in a small, bohemian town in northern California, where his attempt to understand the local culture become inextricably linked with a small-town mystery, and his own quest for purpose. I had the chance to sit down with Ian and Dominic, and discus their film.