Harry and Snowman
January 16, 2017 — Life has been hard on Hannah.Her twin sister Angel died; Hannah is autistic, her parents are abusive and she thinks they may actually kill her.She is not even permitted to grieve for her lost sister.She is locked, by fear, her autism, her situation.Suddenly she starts to hear a voice — but she isn’t sure if it is from inside her head, or from somewhere else, somewhere not of this world. And as this begins, she starts […]
January 16, 2017 — Very few directorial debuts are met with reviews this remarkable. But My Father Die, directed by Sean Brosnan, is the exception. The multiple award-winning film was a hit throughout the festival circuit.“My Father, Die is a hard hitting southern gothic tale of a revenge gone wrong. It’s the debut feature of Sean Brosnan (son of Pierce Brosnan) and is as beautifully photographed, and shot, as it is relentlessly brutal. …My Father, Die is an accomplished debut, as well as being […]
January 13 2017 — The 1960s and early ’70s were just different. Nicholas Sand and Tim Scully thought they would help save the world through the creation and dissemination of LSD. Lots of LSD.Millions of tabs of LSD.The belief that the drug LSD expanded the consciousness led them to feel that the more people who used it, the better off the entire world would be. Scully was the scientist, Sand was the salesman. They made the large-scale production of LSD their goal. And not only […]
January 12, 2017 — Bullet Collector is about a 14-year old boy who tries to imagine his way out of the terrible life that he leads.He is bullied in school, seriously mistreated by his step-father. He is a true outsider, frequently attacked, never included.He begins to create the world he wants to lead in his head, a world where he is the tough guy, the instigator of violence, the one who comes out on top. But his life is becoming a […]
January 12, 2017 — Reset documents the creation of the ballet “Clear, Loud, Bright, Forward,” an intricate, abstract and inventive ballet, choreographed by Benjamin Millepied, who had been named Artistic Director of the Paris Opera Ballet, the oldest ballet company in the world. The piece would be shown at the company’s first fund-raising gala after the appointment of Millepied, who was expected to infuse the highly-respected but staid company with a fresh new perspective. The ballet is a beautiful, fluid creation, a triumph […]
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