Current Film Picks

  • The Hustler (1961) - Robert Rossen

    A film starring Paul Newman, Piper Laurie, George C. Scott and Jackie Gleason about the dilemma of the true artist, power and what it does to your soul.

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  • Day for Night (1973) - Francois Truffaut

    Truffaut’s film … is a poem in praise of making movies … We learn in an offhand way some of the trade secrets of moviemaking, such as … how scenes are shot “day for night” (a filter is used to give the effect of night while shooting in daylight) … Truffaut was a founder of the […]

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  • Home Sweet Home (2013) - Alejandro Diaz, Pierre Clenet, Roman Mazevet, Stephane Paccolat

    Named Best Animated Short at the SIGGRAPH 2014 Computer Animation Festival.

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  • Clues To a Great Story (TED2012) - Andrew Stanton

    In this TED talk from 2012, filmmaker Andrew Stanton (FINDING NEMO, TOY STORY, WALL-E) shares what he’s learned about storytelling.

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  • Loom (2012) - Luke Scott

    Written and directed by Luke Scott (Ridley’s son), the sci-fi short film “LOOM” is … an example of the clear beauty of RED Epic 3D and the company’s new laser projector.

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  • Stanley Kubrick’s Boxes (2008) - Jon Ronson

    If the devil is in the details, then Stanley Kubrick had a fruitful pact with Mephistopheles, judging by “Stanley Kubrick’s Boxes.” (Derek Elley, Variety, August 2008)

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  • Bear 71 (2012) - National Film Board of Canada

    “Jeremy Mendes and Leanne Allison’s poignant interactive documentary about a bear in the Canadian Rockies illuminates the way humans engage with wildlife in the age of networks, satellites, and digital surveillance.” (Sundance Film Festival)

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  • The Cooler (2003) - Wayne Kramer

      … “THE COOLER may sound as if it’s a dark sitcom, with broad characters and an easy payoff. But the movie, directed by first-timer Wayne Kramer and written by him with Frank Hannah, has a strange way of being broad and twisted at the same time, so that while we surf the surface of […]

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  • 80 DAYS (2014) - Joseph Humfrey & Jon Ingold

    “The point of 80 DAYS, ultimately, is to enjoy that narrative – the familiar-but-different vision of the world, and Passepartout’s intrigues and flirtations as the player steers him through it, ever attentive to a loose thread or popped collar stud on his gentleman’s person.”

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  • The Train (1964) - John Frankenheimer

    George Clooney’s THE MONUMENTS MEN (2014) has its roots in the 1964, Oscar-nominated, WWII action thriller, THE TRAIN,  directed by John Frankenheimer (THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE, BIRD MAN OF ALCATRAZ, SEVEN DAYS IN MAY, RONIN) and starring Burt Lancaster (FROM HERE TO ETERNITY, ATLANTIC CITY, ELMER GANTRY, BIRDMAN OF ALCATRAZ).

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