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Christo Film: “Walking on Water” Review, Directed by Andrey Paounov

Christo Film: “Walking on Water” Review, Directed by Andrey Paounov

Walking on Water, directed by Andrey Paounov, is a new documentary about the latest exhibit / production by Christo, the renowned installation artist who transforms environments into experiential artwork, on an epic scale. The film had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, was acquired by Kino Lorber and is getting a theatrical run in the U.S. this spring (beginning this weekend at Film Forum in NYC). Helen Highly Recommends you see it – in a theater, ideally, on as large a screen as possible.

Sundance Selects: “The Quiet One” Opens in Theaters and On Demand

The Quiet One, a cinematic memoir of The Rolling Stones’ bassist, Bill Wyman, opens in New York and Los Angeles on June 21. Also Available On Demand starting June 28. Features never-before-seen footage and photos from Wyman’s extensive archive, collected over his lifetime.

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New Monthly Horror Series To Kick Off In Brooklyn

BK Horror Club is a new horror series, which will showcase classic and contemporary genre films, kicks off on September 24th with THE STRANGERS, followed by the 2015 hit IT FOLLOWS on October 14th and SCREAM, on October 29th. A brainchild of music manager, Jon Lullo and Travis Alexander of Throne Watches, BK Horror Club

Kino! 2015 Interview:  Christoph Hochhäusler (Director- “The Lies Of The Victors”)

Investigative journalist Fabian Groys enjoys great freedom since the stories he uncovers make for strong sales. He works for a political news magazine in their Berlin head office. In this context, his arrogance raises few eyebrows. In this political thriller In this political thriller “The Lies of the Victors“, two investigative journalists try to unravel

Kino! 2015 Interview: Christian Zübert (Director- ‘Tour De Force’)

During a cycling tour to Belgium, a group of friends must deal with one of their friends decision to end his life with dignity, in this touching and profound drama. Such as his father, Hannes is struggling with the degenerative disease ALS, and his recent decline has been so sharp that he has chosen to

Kino! 2015: Interview: Phillipp Leinemann (Writer/Director- THE KING’S SURRENDER) 

THE KINGS SURRENDER is a film about friendship. Two groups – a SWAT-team and a group of youths – have each been spending most of their time with each other for several years. Both groups had to deal with a couple of tough situations which have bonded them together. The group is their refuge, a

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