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Insidious: Chapter 3, Review: The Man Who Can’t Breathe v/s Elise, the Psychic

Insidious: Chapter 3, Review: The Man Who Can’t Breathe v/s Elise, the Psychic A prequel to the Lambert haunting (Insidious: Chapters 1 and 2), Chapter 3 (3 precedes 1 and 2?) has a few moments that really put the fear of God into you, and some that need you to be an Insidious Insider to appreciate. A dysfunctional family, a psychic who has demons of her own to battle, a couple of tall-talking Paranormal Activity bloggers and a demon who haunts and snatches away pure souls into his unre...

Inside Out, Review: Animated emotions on a roller-coaster ride

Inside Out, Review: Animated emotions on a roller-coaster ride What if our emotions had lives of their own and operated like computer programmes, in their own make-believe world of fantasy and science-fiction? Inside Out personifies the feelings of a young girl and her parents and tries to manipulate their lives from inside their brains, without directly interfering, but subtly planting moods and reactions along the way. It has an interesting concept and some great technical wizardry to go wi...

Plans for the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in LA have been approved

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced today that the Los Angeles City Council, in a unanimous vote, approved plans for the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures. Construction will begin this summer, and ceremonial groundbreaking festivities will occur this fall. “I am thrilled that Los Angeles is gaining another architectural and cultural icon," said Mayor Eric Garcetti. "My office of economic development has worked directly with the museum's development team...

Videovision Entertainment premieres Six Films at the 2015 Durban International Film Festival

  Videovision Entertainment announced today that it will premiere six films at the 36th Durban International Film Festival, which takes place from July 16 to 26. The films, which will all have either South African and African premieres at the festival, are Wolf Totem, Khalil Gibran’s The Prophet, Strangerland, Mommy,  Coming Home and White Bird in a Blizzard. “As a proudly Durban based company, we are pleased to be continuing our partnership with the DIFF by bringing the...

Backsberg Audience Choice Award for The Shore Break at Encounters

Backsberg Estate Cellars CEO Simon Back  (right) with Odette Geldenhuys , co-producer of The Shore Break which won the Backsberg Audience Choice Award at Encounters South African International Documentary Festival for Best South African Film.  Audience enjoying a Q & A after a screening of The Shore Break at Encounters.    Today it was announced that Ryley Grunenwald’s The Shore Break, won the prestigious Backsberg Audience Choi...

Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) reveals 2015’s BEST OF THE FEST line-up

Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) is delighted to reveal 2015’s BEST OF THE FEST line-up, giving audiences another opportunity to catch some of the films that have screened throughout the 12 day Festival.  Love & romance, crime or horror, this year’s BEST OF THE FEST is guaranteed to have something for everyone on Sunday 28 June.   Mark Adams, Artistic Director of EIFF said: “We are thrilled to be able to add a selection of additional screenings for...

Film4 FrightFest 2015 announces opening and closing films

The 16th edition of Film4 FrightFest kicks off in skin-crawling fashion with the European premiere of David Keating’s blood-freezing rural nightmare CHERRY TREE, starring Anna Walton (Hellboy 2, Soulmate) and rising star Naomi Battrick (Down Dog, Waterloo Road)   Keating, who directed the acclaimed ‘Wake Wood’ for the revamped Hammer label, offers another provocative and compelling twist on the pagan cult chiller, in which a young girl, Faith (Naomi Battrick), in an at...

Burbank International Film Festival Announces 2015 Program

7th Annual Edition to Screen More Than 75 Films by Independent Filmmakers Events Include World Premieres, Special Presentations, Awards, and Festivities   BURBANK, Calif. — The Burbank International Film Festival is pleased to announce the 2015 program including several world premieres, and a record-breaking 700 submissions from independent filmmakers representing 31 countries. Now in its 7th year, the Burbank International Film Festival will screen more than 75 films at the A...

Animal Film Festival on Tour Cupertino CA

The 2015 Animal Film Festival (AFF) is on tour this summer making appearances in Santa Cruz and Cupertino, California.  The Santa Cruz fest was a smashing success with a sold out audience and special guests.   On Sunday August 23, the AFF will be at the Bluelight Cinema theater in Cupertino from 2:00 - 5:00 screening eight films several of which are the Audience Choice award films chosen during the 2015 AFF in Grass Valley, California. Films at the AFF on Tour: Cowspiracy, EXPOSED: U...

Join in on the Festivities!- Rastafest 2015

Are you ready to experience Canada's annual rastafarian festival? Bring your positive energy and support to Rastafest on August 22nd 2015. There will be emerging artists and professional artists that are locally and internationally known.They will showcase their talents and allow you to experience the diverse cultures that the world has to offer. Other than the live concert, you can experience the different traditions that the African-Caribbean-Canadian community has to offer with cultured f...