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Natalie Dormer Enters ‘The Forest’ In First Trailer For Supernatural Thriller

After Gus Vant Sant attempted (and by many accounts, including ours, failed) to take a dramatic look at the Aokigahara “Suicide” Forest in this year’s Cannes competition drama The Sea of Trees, perhaps a more genre-heavy approach will work better. Debuting early next year is The Forest, which finds Game of Thrones and The Hunger Games star Natalie Dormer in a lead […]


Exclusive Trailer For ‘The Somali Project’ Depicts the Battle Against Hijackers

After narrative films such as Captain Phillips and Fishing Without Net took a look at the hostage crisis in Somali, we’ll soon get a documentary exploring a specific angle. The Somali Project, which comes from directors Shawn Efran and Adam Ciralsky, takes a look at the creation of Puntland Maritime Police Force (PMPF), a group of […]


Gaspar Noé’s ‘Love’ Receives U.S. Trailer and Threesome of NSFW Clips

Sure to ruffle some feathers this fall, the latest work from Gaspar Noé is Love, a melodrama featuring unsimulated sex in eye-popping 3D. Premiering at Cannes earlier this year to a divisive response, the story specifically tracks the relationship between three individuals, and now we have a better glimpse at the erotic journey thanks to the first U.S. […]


Leonardo DiCaprio Endures the Wilderness In New Trailer For ‘The Revenant’

As promised yesterday with the arrival of new images, the full-length trailer for Alejandro González Iñárritu‘s The Revenant has arrived to screen this weekend with 20th Century Fox’s other major fall movie, The Martian (our review). The adaptation of Michael Punke‘s 19th century-set western follows the story of Leonardo DiCaprio as Hugh Glass, an injured fur trapper who’s robbed by two men after […]


Trailer For ‘Hitchcock/Truffaut’ Explores the Careers of Two Legendary Directors

Closing out the cinematic year we’ll get perhaps the finest love letter imaginable. Kent Jones, who is busy heading up the New York Film Festival,  premiered his documentary Hitchcock/Truffaut — which depicts the week-long talks between the two and subsequent book, along with their careers — at Cannes and now it’ll get a release this December. Featuring interviews […]


‘Daft Punk Unchained’ Trailer Goes Around the World With the Electronic Music Duo

No stranger to the world of film, Daft Punk has provided the scores for Tron:Legacy and Interstella 5555: The 5tory of the 5ecret 5tar 5ystem, made their own film with Daft Punk’s Electroma, and were even depicted (briefly) in this year’s stellar Eden. They’re now getting the documentary treatment in Daft Punk Unchained and today brings the first […]


Jia Zhang-ke’s ‘Mountains May Depart’ Gets First International Trailer and Posters

“I think in order for a movie to be appreciated, it ultimately needs to be an aesthetic creation,” director Jia Zhang-ke told us at Cannes this year. “Who would care for a film depicting a lot of social realities but devoid of a sense of aesthetics? If my movies have appealed to an international audience, I […]


Hou Hsiao-hsien’s Cannes Winner ‘The Assassin’ Gets Stunning U.S. Trailer and Poster

After a festival run that included the likes of Cannes (where it won Best Director), TIFF, and the forthcoming NYFF, Well Go USA Entertainment will give Hou Hsiao-hsien‘s martial arts drama The Assassin a release next month. Today now brings the gorgeous U.S. trailer and poster for the film which also was named Taiwan’s Oscar entry. Our review […]

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Takashi Miike’s ‘Yakuza Apocalypse’ Begins In U.S. Red Band Trailer

With dozens upon dozens of feature films under his belt, it might seem difficult to catch up on the films of Takashi Miike, but virtually all of his work is a strong entry point. His latest, the bonkers-looking Yakuza Apocalypse, is arriving surprisingly soon after its Cannes debut, and today brings a new U.S. red […]


‘Mustang’ Trailer Offers Glimpse at France’s Acclaimed Oscar Submission

Buzz around Mustang has been strong since the film premiered at Cannes, and with it — France’s Oscar submission, and thus, in the country’s eyes, a stronger work than Palme d’Or winner Dheepan — hitting U.S. theaters in two months’ time, there’s now a trailer to sample. With all the shots of young sisters palling […]

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