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First Trailer For Sundance Drama ‘Partisan’ Featuring Vincent Cassel

Few actors can get us interested in a film on name alone, but Vincent Cassel certainly holds that honor. At this year’s Sundance Film Festival, he’ll be taking part in the feature debut of Ariel Kleiman, Partisan, which follows him overseeing a closed community and specifically his mentoring of a young boy who does dangerous jobs for him. […]

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Campus Sexual Assault Investigated In Trailer For Sundance Doc ‘The Hunting Ground’

After exposing the violent sexual assault within the U.S. military in The Invisible War, director Kirby Dick is returning to Sundance Film Festival this year with a similarly-themed expose, but in a different institution. The Hunting Ground — premiering at Sundance this Friday and hitting theaters in March via Radius-TWC — heads to college campuses […]

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First Teaser For Sundance Drama ‘Dope’ With Tony Revolori, Blake Anderson, ASAP Rocky & More

Although we highlighted 25 films we’re looking forward to in our Sundance 2015 preview, there’s still many more we’re anticipating premiering over the next week or so in Park City. One such feature is Rick Famuyiwa‘s Dope, which is part of the U.S. Dramatic Competition slate and ahead of a Saturday premiere, the first teaser has dropped. […]

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Acclaimed Horror Feature ‘It Follows’ Transmits Three New Trailers, Photos, and Poster

After premiering to much acclaim at Cannes, It Follows stopped by Toronto International Film Festival and before screening at Sundance Film Festival, yet another new trailer has landed. Coming from writer-director David Robert Mitchell, who came on our radar after The Myth of the American Sleepover, the story follows Maika Monroe (who made an impression in […]

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First Trailers For Andrew Niccol’s ‘Good Kill’ Starring Ethan Hawke and January Jones

After doing some of the best work of their careers in Gattaca, Andrew Niccol and Ethan Hawke reteamed again for Lord of War and now they are taking a different look at the military system with Good Kill. Premiering back on the fall festival circuit, the drama follows Hawke as a former fighter pilot who […]

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Sean Penn Gets His Own ‘Taken’ In First Trailers For ‘The Gunman’

If the formula works, why break it? After helping Liam Neeson find newfound action stardom with Taken, director Pierre Morel is hoping to do the same for Sean Penn. The Gunman puts more than a few firearms in the hands of the actor in, surprisingly, his first action role thus far. Ahead of a spring […]

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First Teaser For Sion Sono’s ‘Love and Peace’ Features Turtle Transformation

The first teaser for Sion Sono’s forthcoming Love and Peace has arrived, and as expected from the unhinged director, it leaves many questions unanswered. Departing from his previous work such as Tokyo Tribe, Why Don’t You Play In Hell? (listen to our podcast discussion), Suicide Club, and Love Exposure, the director has stated that Love and Peace is the product […]

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Dustin Hoffman Conducts In First Trailer For François Girard’s ‘Boychoir’

In the wake of recent music-heavy films — Into The Woods and Whiplash to name a few – François Girard (Silk, The Red Violin, Thirty Two Short Films About Glenn Gould) has assembled a strong ensemble for his latest film Boychoir. The drama, which premiered at Toronto International Film Festival last year, follows Dustin Hoffman as a […]

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U.S. Trailer For ‘Underdogs,’ From the Director of ‘The Secret In Their Eyes’

After winning an Oscar for his accomplished crime melodrama The Secret in Their Eyes (which is currently getting the Hollywood remake treatment), director Juan José Campanella has gone down quite a different path for his follow-up, crafting a foosball-focused animated film. Originally titled Metegol, alternatively titled Futbolin in Spain, and now titled Underdogs by The Weinstein Company, the first U.S. […]

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U.K. Trailer For Omnibus Drama ‘The Turning’ With Cate Blanchett, Rose Byrne, Hugo Weaving & More

Debuting at Melbourne International Film Festival to strong reviews last fall, The Turning features 17 different helmers each taking a chapter from Tim Winton‘s novel to form a full-length film. We’ve now got a new U.K. trailer for the ambitious project, which features the directorial debut of Mia Wasikowska and David Wenham, as well as segments from Snowtown‘s Justin Kurzel […]

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