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Interview: Jess Weixler (Actress – ‘The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby’)

Interview: Jess Weixler (Actress – ‘The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby’)

Jess Weixler likely isn’t an actress you know very well. She earned her first large role in Teeth (2007), played opposite Justin Long in Best Man Down (2012) and has been featured on the TV show The Good Wife. But you might know her better soon. She is currently starring in Nate Benson’s ‘The Disappearance

Review: ‘Under The Skin’

Directed by Jonathan Glazer Starring Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy McWilliams, Lynsey Taylor Mackay In Select Theaters on April 4, 2014 She takes an escalator down into a shopping mall. She stands still and straight, slowly approaching a distinctly opposite, entropic concourse of people below. She, from the vague set of clues we’ve been given, is Scarlett Johansson, sporting

Independent Film & Television Alliance Members Receive 60 Academy Award Nominations

The Independent Film & Television Alliance Member films captured 60 nominations in feature categories during this morning’s announcement of contenders for the 86th Academy Awards.  IFTA Members continue to make their mark on the industry with 21 films earning nominations across 20 categories. Best Picture 12 Years A Slave (Lionsgate) American Hustle (Panorama Media) Dallas Buyers

The Top 10 Films of 2013

As 2013 winds down another year of quality film, both indie and mainstream, comes to a close.  Though, in our opinion, not a particularly banner year for filmmaking of any kind as the further dichotomy of template pushing artistry finds itself in more and more prominence, the year did bring several quality and interesting films

Review: ‘HER’

by David Teich Written & Directed by Spike Jonze Starring Joaquin Phoenix, Scarlett Johansson, Amy Adams, Chris Pratt, Rooney Mara Shortly after Joaquin Phoenix’s Theodore Twombly finishes signing divorce papers with his estranged wife (Rooney Mara) midway through Spike Jonze’s terrific new film “Her,” he says of his new girlfriend, Samantha, “It’s good to be with somebody that’s

10 Films to Watch at the 51st New York Film Festival

Kicking off TODAY throughout the Lincoln Center campus is the 51st New York Film Festival with over two weeks of quality independent, foreign and art house films, as well as social documentaries and multimedia installations from many of the worlds finest creators, directors, writers and artists.  This annual celebration of all things cinema brings a