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Meet the Daniels, out-there directors of Daniel Radcliffe-Paul Dano buddy-corpse movie 'Swiss Army Man'

Among the most-talked about movies at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, “Swiss Army Man” is a work of wild imagination and furious creativity, with a whimsical sense of invention and a lingering air of melancholy isolation. It also features a corpse who talks and farts, among other...

[Chicago] Free Tickets to See Daniel Radcliffe Fart in ‘Swiss Army Man’

People walked out of Swiss Army Man during its World Premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, and I feel bad for them. Those are the kind of people who have a stick up their ass and think they’re too good for film. Yes, Daniel Radcliffe farts in this movie, in which he plays a corpse […]

See The Trailer For Nate Parker's Buzzy Slave-Rebellion Biopic 'The Birth Of A Nation'

"The Birth of a Nation" will probably be one of fall's most talked-about movies. At Sundance in January, studios' fierce bidding war resulted in the film festival's costliest sale in history. "Birth" also won one of Sundance's grandShow More Summary

Things We Saw Today: Moving First Official Trailer for Nate Parker’s The Birth of a Nation

3 days agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

We've been hearing about this film since the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. Now, check out the first official trailer for Nate Parker's The Birth of a Nation. It looks pretty amazing.

Oscar Frontrunner ‘The Birth of a Nation’ Debuts Official Trailer

The frenzy of Hollywood’s awards season may be far off, but one thing is certain: Nate Parker’s “The Birth of a Nation” can already claim itself a frontrunner. Between the film’s multiple awards at the Sundance Film Festival and itsShow More Summary

Paul Rudd and Filmmaker Rob Burnett on The Fundamentals of Caring

A different buddy road comedy from out of the Sundance Film Festival The post Paul Rudd and Filmmaker Rob Burnett on The Fundamentals of Caring appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Gritty New Images From Mickey Keating’s ‘Carnage Park’!

After playing the Sundance and SXSW film festivals, IFC Midnight acquired U.S. rights to Ritual, Darling and Pod director Mickey Keating’s survival horror with Carnage Park (read our review…and another), which is based on a shocking true story. Show More Summary

Why Pete’s Dragon and Other Disney Family Films Are Getting Buzzier Directors

This article originally appeared in Vulture. If you didn’t know better, recent news might make you think that Walt Disney Studios has turned into an alumni-placement program for the Sundance Film Festival. The directorial hires madeShow More Summary

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Jon Watts made waves at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival with his throwback thriller “Cop Car” getting enough attention that he was given a Golden Ticket to join Club MCU by directing 2017’s “Spider-Man: Homecoming.” Interestingly, Watts...Show More Summary

WME Signs Award-Winning Filmmaker Roger Ross Williams

EXCLUSIVE: WME has signed award-winning filmmaker Roger Ross Williams. Williams won the best director prize for U.S. documentaries at this year’s Sundance Film Festival for Life, Animated. The film, which is being released domestically...Show More Summary

Movie Review: A disturbing exposé about people being Tickled on camera

No documentary generated more breathless buzz at this year’s Sundance Film Festival than Tickled, which begins as a lighthearted look at the alleged sport of “competitive endurance tickling” and gradually turns into something much more disturbing. Show More Summary

Why Pete’s Dragon and Other Disney Family Films Are Getting Buzzier Directors

If you didn't know better, recent news might make you think that Walt Disney Studios has turned into an alumni-placement program for the Sundance Film Festival. The directorial hires made of late in the studio's live-action department have carried with them a brand-new whiff of indie cool: To reboot its ... More »

‘Outlaws And Angels’ Will Ride In July; Gravitas Takes ‘Ace The Case’

Momentum Pictures will be releasing JT Mollner’s bloody western Outlaws and Angels in theaters and on VOD on July 15.  The pic premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival and stars Francesca Eastwood, Chad Michael Murray and Luke...Show More Summary

BAMCinemafest 2016 Round-Up

Five films worth looking for. At Christianity Today we try to cover festivals all over, as much as we can manage. Just in the last year, we've reported extensively from the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah; the Berlin International...Show More Summary

Morris From America Trailer Shows Off A Heartwarming, Hilarious Sundance Hit

Every year the Sundance Film Festival produces several great films that most movie fans never see, but really should. This year, one of those films is

‘Morris from America’ Trailer & Poster: Craig Robinson Raises a Teen with Big Dreams in Germany

Year after year, the Sundance Film Festival is chock full of coming-of-age stories. Many are derivative and familiar, but there are always a few that know exactly how to pull at your heartstrings or bring unique enough characters that the movie still feels refreshing. Show More Summary

First Trailer for Rob Zombie's Horror '31' About a Creepy Carnival Game

"All you have to do is survive 12 hours of our own private hell." Saban Films has debuted a trailer for Rob Zombie's latest horror film 31, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. The plot involves five carnival...Show More Summary

Must Watch: Full Trailer for Wonderful 'Life, Animated' Documentary

"Who decides what a meaningful life is?" The Orchard has put out a trailer for the exceptional documentary Life, Animated, which was one of my favorite docs from the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. Life, Animated tells the story of Owen Suskind, a boy with autism who learns to express himself by watching classic Disney animated movies. Show More Summary

Film Review: The Fits (Dir. Anna Rose Holmer)

The Fits Dir. Anna Rose Holmer [Oscilloscope; 2016] Rating: 3.5/5 While most darlings of Sundance adhere to a precise template or battle-tested, festival audience-approved aesthetics, Anna Rose Holmer’s audacious debut, The Fits, defies both the expectations and easy categorizations that one has come to anticipate from similarly hyped indie films. Show More Summary

IFC Nabs “Gross as Hell” ‘Antibirth’!

IFC Midnight has acquired US rights to Danny Perez’s Antibirth, Bloody Disgusting just learned. Antibirth had its world premiere in the Midnight section of the 2016 Sundance Film Festival where Fred Topel wrote in his review: ‘Antibirth’ is a good old body horror movie. It’s got the suggestion of pregnancy, so you’re dealing with the […]

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