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Oscilloscope Acquires Sundance Title ‘The Fits’

Oscilloscope Laboratories has acquired U.S. rights to The Fits, the debut feature from director Anna Rose Holmer It world premiered at the Venice Film Festival and is making its North American premiere at the Sundance Film Festival’s NEXT section. Show More Summary

Oscilloscope Nabs Venice Film Festival & TIFF Film ‘L’Attesa’

Adam Yauch-founded production and distribution Oscilloscope Laboratories has announced acquisition of U.S. rights to director Piero Messina’s L’Attesa, with plans to release the film in theaters in Spring 2016. The film tells the story...Show More Summary

Film Review: The Wonders (Dir. Alice Rohrwacher)

The Wonders Dir. Alice Rohrwacher [Oscilloscope Laboratories; 2015] Rating: 4.5/5 Growing up, my mother told me that a truly great croissant should contain just enough flour to hold together the ridiculous amount of butter used to make the finished pastry taste so good. Show More Summary

How to Hide a Body and a Lie: A Film Review

2 months agoGenres / Horror : 28DLA

full disclosure: an online screener of this film was provided by Oscilloscope Laboratories. there are major spoilers in this review. Directors/writers: Dan Berk and Robert Olsen. Cast: Helen Rogers, Alexandra Turshen, Lauren Molina and Larry Fessenden. Directors Dan Berk and Robert Olsen's Body is set for an upcoming December release. Show More Summary

Penelope Cruz Pic ‘Ma Ma’ Acquired By Oscilloscope – Toronto

The deals are already starting to pop at TIFF and the red carpet isn’t even out yet. Oscilloscope Laboratories has just acquired U.S. rights to Ma Ma, the pic directed by Sex And Lucia helmer Julio Medem that stars Penelope Cruz. The...Show More Summary

Film Review: Brave Men’s Blood (Dir. Olaf de Fleur Johannesson)

Brave Men's Blood Dir. Olaf de Fleur Johannesson [Oscilloscope Laboratories; 2014] by Will Ross Rating: Hannes (Darri Ingolfsson), a hero-cop’s son who flunked out of special forces training, successfully applies to internal affairs,...Show More Summary

Film Review: Big Significant Things (Dir. Bryan Reisberg)

Big Significant Things Dir. Bryan Reisberg [Oscilloscope Laboratories; 2015] by Slouch Rating: Second only to the Western, the road movie embodies the contradictions of American society. The open road is a seductive vision — it reminds...Show More Summary

Oscilloscope Bringing Sundance Pic ‘The Second Mother’ To U.S.

Oscilloscope Laboratories has picked up U.S. rights to The Second Mother, a Brazilian drama that won a Special Jury Award for Acting at Sundance last month. Regina Casé and Camila Mardila star in the story of a wealthy family’s live-in...Show More Summary

Crowd Funding Effort Aims To Restore Debut Of ‘Meek’s Cutoff’ Helmer Kelly Reichardt

Here’s an unusual use of Kickstarter: Oscilloscope Laboratories launched a campaign to digitally resture River Of Grass, the debut of indie darling Kelly Reichardt. Pic won the Best Debut Prize at Sundance in 1994, but not a lot of people have seen it and it is in rough shape. Show More Summary

‘Buzzard’ Gives Nods to Horror Classics (Trailer)

Check out the trailer for Buzzard, releasing March 6, 2015 through Oscilloscope Laboratories. The movie is said to understand the genre, embrace it, and has great visual nods to everything from A Nightmare on Elm Street 3 to Lamberto Bava’s Demons. “Marty is a caustic, small-time con artist drifting from one scam to the next. […]

Film Review: Jingle Bell Rocks (Dir. Mitchel Kezin)

Jingle Bell Rocks Dir. Mitchel Kezin [Oscilloscope Laboratories; 2014] by Dustin Krcatovich Rating: I’ve often bemoaned the aesthetic and structural sameness of modern documentaries, but I’ve started to realize something: none of the...Show More Summary

Watch Wayne Coyne Discuss The Origin Of Christmas On Mars In A Clip From XMas Doc Jingle Bell Rocks!

Oscilloscope Laboratories, the film distribution company founded by the late Adam Yauch, will be releasing a movie about obscure Christmas songs entitled Jingle Bell Rocks! later this month. The film, directed by Mitchell Kezin, will feature cameos from RUN DMC, John Waters, and the Flaming Lips, among others. In the film, Wayne Coyne discusses the [...]

Film Review: Low Down (Dir. Jeff Preiss)

Low Down Dir. Jeff Preiss [Oscilloscope Laboratories ; 2014] by Greer Cloots Rating: In 1988, fashion photographer Bruce Weber directed the documentary Let’s Get Lost, a profile of the troubled life and death of famed jazz trumpeter Chet Baker. Show More Summary

Oscilloscope Nabs Addiction Drama ‘Animals’ – AFM

Oscilloscope Laboratories has acquired North American rights to Animals, the SXSW 2014 title starring Prisoners' David Dastmalchian and Kim Shaw as young Chicagoan lovers and addicts whose relationship is tested by a sudden, life-altering setback. Show More Summary

Elle Fanning Is Pretty As a Princess

Elle Fanning at the premiere of Oscilloscope Laboratories' Lowdown at ArcLight Hollywood on Thursday night. Additional image after the jump. Read more...

Redefining Philanthropy: A Documentary Review of Art and Craft

Mark Landis at home with recent works. Photo by Sam Cullman. Courtesy of Oscilloscope Laboratories. What is the distinction between mischievous and dangerous? Where do we draw the line between justice-seeking and unhealthy obsession?...Show More Summary

Film Review: The Kill Team (Dir. Dan Krauss)

The Kill Team Dir. Dan Krauss [Oscilloscope Laboratories; 2014] by Dustin Krcatovich Rating: The Kill Team, the new documentary by Dan Krauss (The Death of Kevin Carter), is neither a great film nor a particularly strong piece of journalism. Show More Summary

Film Review: Coherence (Dir. James Ward Byrkit)

Coherence Dir. James Ward Byrkit [Oscilloscope Laboratories; 2014] by Neurotic Monkey Rating: Naturalism is a difficult thing to achieve in film. If, as Godard said, every cut is a lie, then it’s hard for a movie to overcome the very duplicitous nature of filmmaking. Show More Summary

Can You Solve the ‘Coherence’ Psychological Puzzle?

In theaters June 20 from Oscilloscope Laboratories is James Byrkit’s feature directorial debut, Coherence (read our review). “On the night of an astrological anomaly, eight friends at a dinner party become subject to a troubling chain of strange and puzzling goings-on.” Part cerebral sci-fi and part relationship drama, Coherence is said to be a tightly […]

Now Playing: A Documentary About the Invention of the Teenager

2 years agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Oscilloscope Laboratories Teenage(Matt Wolf, US, 78 mins.) To judge by his two documentaries to date, Wild Combination and Teenage, director Matt Wolf displays a willingness to explore subjects both specific and general—and a film about...Show More Summary

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