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New Trailer and First Clip For ‘Cymbeline’ With Ethan Hawke, Ed Harris, and Milla Jovovich

While a premiere isn’t occuring until tomorrow at Venice Film Festival, director Michael Almereyda has reason to celebrate concerning his modern-day adaptation of Shakespeare’s play Cymbeline. The film was just picked up by Lionsgate’s Grindstone Entertainment for a U.S. release next spring, and now they’ve dropped a new trailer and the first clip for the […]

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Catherine Deneuve, Charlotte Gainsbourg, and Chiara Mastroianni Star In ‘Three Hearts’ Trailer

If you knew nothing about a film except that it involved Catherine Deneuve, Charlotte Gainsbourg, and Chiara Mastroianni, would curiosity be piqued? I’m often of the mind that three great leads are enough to elevate material (even slightly), and not knowing a single thing about Three Hearts, plot- or form-wise, before viewing this trailer thus […]


Red Band Trailer For ‘ABCs of Death 2′ Featuring Shorts From Vincenzo Natali, Bill Plympton, E.L. Katz & More

Cheaper and faster to produce than your standard studio horror release, the anthology approach has caught fire in the last few years. Come this fall, V/H/S Viral won’t be the only one arriving as ABCs of Death will have its second iteration. Once again running through each letter of the alphabet and finding a (hopefully) unique spin on bringing […]


First Trailer For Roy Andersson’s ‘A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence’

Set to premiere tomorrow at Venice Film Festival before stopping by Toronto later this month, A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence marks the long-awaited return from Sweden’s Roy Andersson (Songs from the Second Floor, You, the Living). Capping off his trilogy of films, his latest features a series of vignettes and has had […]


First Trailers For Abel Ferrara’s ‘Pasolini’ Starring Willem Dafoe

One of our most-anticipated fall festival titles will be debuting in a few days at Venice and today the first trailer has arrived. After (loosely) providing his take on Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Abel Ferrara has jumped to the tragic story of one of cinema’s greatest directors, Pier Paolo Pasolini. Instead of a life-spanning biopic, Pasolini follows the perfectly […]


New Trailer For ‘Harmontown’ Follows the Life of ‘Community’ Creator Dan Harmon

Although its story is currently one of success with another season of Community coming to Yahoo!, all wasn’t well with Dan Harmon‘s creation. After creating the show and producing three seasons, he was let go by NBC before being brought back on, and now a new documentary explores what he did in the interim. We reviewed Harmontown […]


First Trailer For Andrey Zvyagintsev’s Cannes Winner ‘Leviathan’

Not to be confused with one of the best films of last year, another Leviathan premiered at Cannes Film Festival earlier this year, where it picked up the top screenplay award. Coming from Russia’s Andrey Zvyagintsev, the great director behind The Return and, most recently, Elena, the drama will be hitting U.S. theaters at the very end […]


First Trailer for and Clips from Hong Sang-soo’s ‘Hill of Freedom’

Although he’s yet to have anything even remotely resembling a mainstream break, the soju- and sex-littered films of Hong Sang-soo continue delighting those with enough will to seek them out. After 2013′s double-pairing of Our Sunhi and Nobody’s Daughter Haewon, the South Korean favorite is about to premiere his next offering, Hill of Freedom, a […]


Latest ‘Foxcatcher’ Trailer Gives Steve Carrell Center Stage

If you thought two previews were not quite enough, here’s yet another peek at one of this fall’s most-anticipated films, Foxcatcher. Following a focus on Channing Tatum‘s competition-obsessed Olympic wrestler, the marketing has now focused its attention toward John Eleuthère du Pont. It’s a name the younger set very likely won’t know, but the Foxcatcher […]


Jon Stewart’s ‘Rosewater’ Receives First Trailer

There’s little we can reasonably anticipate about Jon Stewart‘s Rosewater, given the oddity of this man’s transition from talk-show host to film director. Word will, however come soon: ahead of its November release, Open Road are to premiere the picture at Telluride and TIFF, and, ahead of that, there is a first trailer. What most […]

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