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10 Films to Watch This Fall

10 Films to Watch This Fall

As the taste of summer blockbusters rescinds from the palette and is replaced by the promise of fall creativity, the independent, art house and foreign markets begin to rev up their awards season hopefuls, filling theaters with more auteurist tales than mass appeal templates.  Though the summer saw releases of quality filmmaking in ‘Fruitvale Station‘ and

2013 Tribeca Film Festival – 10 Films To Watch

As the 2013 edition of New York City’s Tribeca Film Festival sets to launch nearly 2 weeks of top flight international filmmaking, it comes with a certain air of melancholy welcome.  The festival, in itself born from the 9/11 attacks of 2001, comes a mere 3 days after the countries latest incident of ideological intimidation

2013 SXSW Film Festival – 10 Films to Watch

Held in and around one of America’s great cities of Austin, the SXSW Film Festival & Conference offers a versatility only recently adopted by the other members of the festival circuit elite.  Having championed technology, Transmedia and independent music since its inception, SXSW Film boasts its place amongst the upper class of national film talent

2013 Sundance Film Festival – 10 Films to Watch

Starting tomorrow, Park City will once again be the center of the filmmaking universe for 10 days of quality documentaries, transmedia projects, short films and features from some of the world’s most talented filmmakers, writers and visual creators.  Born out of the independent spirit we embrace as vital in film’s artistic evolution and not a

The Top 10 Films of 2012

1. Zero Dark Thirty Read Our Review – HERE – The 2012 reteaming of ‘The Hurt Locker’ director/writer duo of Katherine Bigelow and Mark Boal brings an unflinching, unapologetic look at the decade long international man hunt for 9/11 mastermind Osama bin Laden.  Marked by the so-hot-you-can-feel-it cinematography of Greig Fraser (also appearing here by

TOP 10 SUMMER 2012 INDIE PICKS

Now that Memorial Day is right around the corner and ‘The Avengers’ has already made $1/2 billion worldwide, it is officially summer movie season.  Now granted, the summer is traditionally a time for blockbuster after blockbuster and we are all aware of such little films as ‘The Dark Knight Rises, ‘Prometheus’, ‘The Amazing Spider Man’,

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