Brandon Cronenberg (son of David) has written and directed an intense and disturbing debut film looking at society’s increasing obsession with celebrity. Getting to the sick heart of this cultural disease, Cronenberg has created a white walled world that delivers a claustrophobic film experience with a mesmerising central performance from Caleb Landry Jones. Read more>>
Archive for January, 2013
Disturbing body-horror dark satire that sends up our obsession with celebrity… Read more>>
There have been other stories about longstanding love and the devotion it inspires, but none with quite the wallop of this one… Read more>>
Famous filmmaker Werner Herzog dwells on the lives of subsistence hunter-fishermen and their families in the isolated village of Bakhta, in the remote and pristine Siberian wilderness. Read more>>
Jennifer Lynch lobs an unnerving and provocative grenade into the heart of the horror genre. Read more>>
The 2012 EDA Awards received monumental media recognition, with coverage in Time, Variety, USA Today, Thompson On Hollywood, Movie City News and dozens of other esteemed journals and blogs. With sincerest thanks to all, here’s a sampling of the media coverage we’ve received.
A lovely film with heartfelt performances from a fantastic cast that focuses on the upsides of getting older… Read more>>
A haunting, postcolonial inversion of a Murnau classic.
This British attempt to ape Hollywood action movies only looks absurd, even if it does accidentally also hold up most Hollywood action movies as absurd, too… Read more>>
Three-term Mayor Ed Koch ran NYC from 1978-1989, revitalizing the city and stirring up a lot of controversy. Love him or hate him, Koch still commands a lot of attention. This fine biodoc by Neil Barsky gives him his due, past and present. Read more>>