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IFFI 52, 06: Campion’s The Power of the Dog to be mid-fest film

IFFI 52, 06: Campion’s The Power of the Dog to be mid-fest film New Zealander Jane Campion, who has won international recognition with such well-crafted films like Sweetie, An Angel at My Table and The Piano, and deals mainly with family relationships, has moved away slightly, into the Western genre, with The Power of the Dog, a 2021 production. IFFI 52 is showcasing it as its mid-fest film. It stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Kirsten Dunst. Based on a1967 novel of the same name, by Thoma...

The Battle of the Kirstens Scored by Jonny Greenwood (Film Comparison of “Power of the Dog” vs “Spencer”)

Friday closed with a bang. Two powerhouse, sure to be Oscar contenders, screened back to back to sold out crowds. Jonny Greenwood scored both films in what is sure to clinch him multiple Oscar nominations. Kirsten Dunst and Kirsten Stewart went head to head as two leaders in the best actress race this year. So, I feel it is appropriate to compare the two films.   Power of the Dog is a tension filled, slow moving story about toxic masculinity set in an early 1900s Cowboy dominated re...

Get Ready To Be Entranced: Sofia Coppola’s THE BEGUILED Grips

by Quendrith Johnson, Los Angeles Correspondent There was a time when Sofia Coppola could be at an awards show and overlooked as a famous daughter; not anymore, not for years now since LOST IN TRANSLATION. But in her new film, THE BEGUILED, which is a retool of a 1971 Clint Eastwood starrer, she really comes of age as a visionary writer/director. Even in what is considered a remake of a movie based on a novel by Thomas Cullinan, it has a distinctive feel that's all hers. The film opens J...

Siraj Syed reviews Hidden Figures: US-Russia space race & black women’s amazing grace

Siraj Syed reviews Hidden Figures: US-Russia space race & black women’s amazing grace Did you know that three black women played crucial roles in NASA’s space programme, and without them, John Glenn would not be remembered as the first American astronaut to make it back to earth, but as a young man who got burnt to cinders, along with his spacecraft, by the heat generated on his vehicle’s re-entry into earth’s orbit? This is the true story of the rather unimaginati...

Games People Play selected to the Big Sur International Film Series at the Henry Miller Library!

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"Games People Play" has been selected from over 1,000 submissions to play amongst the redwoods in the prestigious Big Sur International Film Series at the Henry Miller Library in Big Sur, CA, USA on June 25th, 2015 at 8pm. This is the 10th season for the Big Sur Film Series. The jury includes such luminaries as Kirsten Dunst, Laurie Anderson and Philip Glass. "Games People Play" was written and directed by Dawn Westlake and stars David Razowsky, Mark Jacobson, and Westlake ...
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