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Siraj Syed conducts the first ever interview of writer-director Hank Orion (Despair, 2017)

Siraj Syed conducts the first ever interview of writer-director Hank Orion (Despair, 2017) Hank Orion migrated to Italy from Ukraine with his mother, at the age of 9. He had been showing interest in cinema since a very early age, and wrote his first ‘screenplay’ at the age of 12.There, Hank focussed on writing, primarily, and by the age of 16, he had written several feature film screenplays and short stories. Later, Hank studied painting at the Liceo Artistico Statale ‘Fois...

Quentin Tarantino's glorious arrival at San Sebastian

Quentin Tarantino's glorious arrival at San Sebastian The basterds to open the festival with Chloe

We will be cruel to the Germans, and through our cruelty, they will know who we are.

Lt. Aldo Raine (Brad Pitt): we re in the killing nazi business and, cousin, business is booming! Lt. Aldo Raine : Frankly watchin Donny bezat Nazi's to death is the closest we ever get to goin to the movies Lt. Aldo Raine: got a german here wants to die for country. Oblige him Gen. Ed Fenech (Mike Myers) drinking! Down with Hitler Lt. Archie Hicox (Michael Fassbender) All the way down sir Lt. Aldo Raine (Brad Pitt): "My name is Lt. Aldo Raine, and I'm p...

A Few Reactions to Tarantino's Highly Anticipated "Inglorious Bastards"

Leading up to the "inglorious Bastards" premier, Cannes was abuzz with talk of the highly anticipated film and fans desperate for tickets.  So did Tarantino's film live up to the expectations?  The jury is still out-- but it seems most people were happy with what they saw.  The crowds laughed, clapped, and gasped throughout the film.