2015 DALLAS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES FIRST TEN FILM SELECTIONS

RIVER’S EDGE (BLU-RAY)

THE STORY OF WOMEN AND ART (DVD)

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 242: AS ABOVE, SUPPORTING ROLE

2015 SXSW FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES MIDNIGHTERS AND SHORT FILMS PROGRAMS

GOING BIONIC: DISTRIBUTING INDEPENDENT FILMS INTERNATIONALLY – METEORIC RISE OF “AMERICAN SNIPER”

FAREWELL TO HOLLYWOOD

THE BOOTLEG FILES: BEHIND PRISON GATES

A MOST VIOLENT YEAR

MR. TURNER

RIVER’S EDGE (BLU-RAY)

The minor 80s classic “River’s Edge” arrives in a new Blu-ray whose only bonus feature is an informative commentary track by director Tim Hunter.

THE STORY OF WOMEN AND ART (DVD)

Vickery displays some of the works on her iPad and rarely allows the camera to capture a contemplative gaze at the great paintings she discusses…

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 242: AS ABOVE, SUPPORTING ROLE

Digital Celluloid, a comic strip by artist Chris Cirillo, pokes fun at the films of today, tomorrow and yesterday. Whether it is a classic or an upcoming blockbuster, no film is safe! This week, so below, as above, returning to give the supporting characters some love…

FAREWELL TO HOLLYWOOD

The life and death of a human being is seldom written and directed by the person experiencing both, unless of course, that individual is Regina Nicholson…

THE BOOTLEG FILES: BEHIND PRISON GATES

Phil Hall’s The Bootleg Files explores the wild world of memorable films and TV productions that can be found in unauthorized presentations. This week, Phil leases a cell in the big house…

A MOST VIOLENT YEAR

The movie looks great. Here and there it’s gripping but, between the often arch dialogue, the paint by numbers subplot concerning political corruption and the fact that the point of the story’s a no show, viewers are likely to conclude in a New York minute that, for the first time in his career, Chandor failed to take the path that was most right…

MR. TURNER

Frequent collaborator Timothy Spall creates an unforgettable character, a grunting, snorting frog of a man who might be mistaken on a London street for a middle-aged clerk but just happens to be the most visionary painter of his age…