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TV Review: ‘Marco Polo

TV Review: ‘Marco Polo

‘Marco Polo,’ Netflix’s shiny new epic, may not live up to the lofty, unfair “Game of Thrones” comparisons foisted on it by the media. But the young property, created by showrunner John Fusco, still gets a lot right in its eminently watchable, dramatically flawed first season. “Marco Polo” is easily Netflix’s most ambitious production to

FilmBuff to Release JC Khoury’s ‘All Relative’, Sets November Release

FilmBuff has announced that the company will release J.C. Khoury’s feature film All Relative theatrically and on VOD.  From writer/director Khoury, Shoot First Entertainment, and Executive Producer Lynn Kressel, the modern twist on romantic comedy will premiere at the Woodstock Film Festival on October 18th, followed by screenings at the Austin Film Festival.  FilmBuff will then

Review: ‘Hank: Five Years From the Brink’

Directed by Joe Berlinger Featuring Hank Paulson & Wendy Paulson ‘Hank: Five Years From the Brink’ Opens Friday, January 31 in NYC at Village East Cinema Prolific contemporary documentarian Joe Berlinger’s (Paradise Lost, Metallica: Some Kind of Monster) linear, yet face-valuably informative ‘Hank: Five Years from the Brink’ offers a (somewhat) comprehensive, yet wholly unprofound look into the

DOC NYC Review: ‘Stories We Tell’

-by Jake Kring-Schreifels Directed by Sarah Polley ‘Stories We Tell’ Screened as part of DOC NYC “Short List” at IFC Center on November 17, 2013.  Find the film on Netflix – HERE   Memory is a strange thing. It plays with you. Some recollections are perfectly clear and others are in some cloudy ether, floating

Sundance Institute #ArtistServices WorkShop – Notes from IFP Indie Film Week Day 4

Day 4 of IFP Independent Film Week, held at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, was a Sundance Institute sponsored affair entitled #ArtistServices Workshop NYC, which geared itself heavily toward the various tech-specific possibilities of modern independent film production, distribution and technology.  The Indiewood/Hollywoodn’t day began with a Dolby Laboratories presentation/panel on Digital Cinema Package

Interview: Josh Johnson (Director: ‘Rewind This!’)

Home video changed the way the world consumed films. The cultural and historical impact of the VHS tape was enormous. REWIND THIS! is a documentary that traces the ripples of that impact by examining the myriad aspects of art,technology, and societal perceptions that were altered by the creation of videotape. The film is the first feature length

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