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Review: ‘The Den’

Review: ‘The Den’

Directed by Zachary Donahue Starring Melanie Papalia, David Schlactenhaufen, Adam Shapiro & Anna Margaret Hollyman Zachary Donahue‘s contemporarily relevant, albeit ultimately unfinished voyeuristic horror film ‘The Den‘ acts as a nihilistic reminder to the hidden capacities of the world wide web.  Essentially constructed as a found footage style genre-film where on-board computer cameras depict much of the action as

Raise the Rooftop – Support Rooftop Films’ 18th Year

It is Rooftop Films mission to create the most unique film viewing experiences in NYC and beyond — we don’t screen in theaters, we screen in communities. We showcase groundbreaking independent films — not in cold, isolating, movie theaters but in the open air — and we make each screening a participatory community experience that

Interview: Zach Clark (Writer/Director – ‘White Reindeer’)

Christmastime is looking swell for pretty, unassuming real-estate-agent Suzanne Barrington: she just sold a house to a nice swinger couple; her weatherman husband Jeff scored a sweet new job; and her favorite holiday is quickly approaching. After a sudden tragedy takes Jeff away, Suzanne is left lost and lonely. Even worse, a friend of his

Interview: Jan Broberg (Actress – ‘Maniac’)

Just when the streets seemed safe, a serial killer with a fetish for scalps is back and on the hunt.  Frank (Elijah Wood) is the withdrawn owner of a mannequin store, but his life changes when young artist Anna (Nora Arnezeder) appears asking for his help with her new exhibition.  As their friendship develops and

Film Society of Lincoln Center To Show ‘The Shining’ Coinciding With Release of ‘Room 237’ – Friday, March 29, 2013

The Film Society of Lincoln Center will present a special Midnight screening of Stanley Kubrick’s horror classic ‘THE SHINING‘ on Friday, March 29 following the opening of Rodney Ascher’s documentary ‘ROOM 237‘. ‘ROOM 237‘ explores the opinions and commentary of cinephiles and dedicated fans of the Kubrick’s masterpiece who each believe they have found clues

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