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VOLCANO at 23rd PSIFF

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VOLCANO (ELDFJALL, Iceland, 2011), Iceland's official Oscar entry for 2012 screened this week at the 23rd Palm Springs International Film Festival.  Few films can boast such raw and gritty realism as VOLCANO (ELDFJALL, Iceland, 2011). While the film is set in its native Iceland, it is a far cry from the expansive Nordic Eden we have been exposed to after Eastwood's FLAGS OF OUR FATHERS (2006) and TOMB RAIDER (2001), with VOLCANO exposing the more tangible truth of everyday life in ...

VOLCANO (ELDFJALL, Iceland, 2011)

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 Few films can boast such raw and gritty realism as VOLCANO (ELDFJALL, Iceland, 2011). While the film is set in its native Iceland, it is a far cry from the expansive Nordic Eden we have been exposed to after Eastwood's FLAGS OF OUR FATHERS (2006) and TOMB RAIDER (2001), with VOLCANO exposing the more tangible truth of everyday life in Iceland of a fisherman (Hannes) and his wife and the driest peak in their lives, where everything they once knew is about to erupt and explode into an even tough...

VOLCANO at RIFF 2011

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  Few films can boast such raw and gritty realism as VOLCANO (ELDFJALL, Iceland, 2011). While the film is set in its native Iceland, it is a far cry from the expansive Nordic Eden we have been exposed to after Eastwood's FLAGS OF OUR FATHERS (2006) and TOMB RAIDER (2001), with VOLCANO exposing the more tangible truth of everyday life in Iceland of a fisherman (Hannes) and his wife and the driest peak in their lives, where everything they once knew is about to erupt and explode into an ev...

UCLA TFT Festival of New Creative Work 2011

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AARON SORKIN, ALLISON ANDERS AND JUNE FORAY TO BE HONORED AT UCLA TFT 2011 FESTIVAL OF NEW CREATIVE WORK Aaron Sorkin, Allison Anders and June Foray will be among those honored at this year's Festival of New Creative Work presented by UCLA's School of Theater, Film & Television (TFT) http://legacy.tft.ucla.edu/festival/. The annual week-long festival showcases and screens the works of TFT's emerging artists, and honors the work of the entertainment industry's brightest and most respecte...

Actress Mink Stole receivesBoston Underground Film Festival's first Lifetime Achievement Award

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The 12th annual Boston Underground Film Festival, which took place at the Kendall Square Cinema in Cambridge, Massachusetts, came to a close Sunday night, March 28, at the Middlesex Lounge with the announcement of this year's winners. The previous night the festival bestowed its first-ever Lifetime Achievement Award on John Waters' muse Mink Stole at a special tribute at The Friendly Toast. ...

Hollow Feet

Director: Nick Walters .
The film is an oddly charming and unique love story that explores a twisted psychological predicament as in the ‘extremist’ tradition of Japanese and South Korean cinema… A big city at night. Two young cyborg lovers (a Japanese boy and girl) are on the run from repair men. The couple reaches a bridge and agrees to jump to escape to a better world but as they step off the boy pulls out at the last moment. After a literal kiss of death (from the figure of Death itself) the girl's ghost rises from her body and looks around for her partner, but the boy sneaks off, ashamed he failed to keep his promise. Whilst sulking and hidden in a giant cardboard box (once used to contain a cyber), a cunning idea strikes the boy – one which he thinks will allow him to face the girl with respect intact ...but it backfires spectacularly and he wanders the night streets in a sulk, his various comical attempts to terminate himself intermittently punctuating his gloom. Out of ideas and resigned to the fact that he will never again be with the girl, a passing emergency siren leads him on a chase through the night streets as he hunts down the figure of Death itself... The film shares a combination of the mythical tone and dark humour of Old Boy with the playful, dream-like tone of Punch Drunk Love.

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