Lucrecia Martel’s first film in nine years is a wonderfully weird, dreamlike voyage, but one that never really goes anywhere. Based on the novel by Antonio di Benedetto, it is in some ways a period drama. The costumes, wigs, hats and all would suggest a sincere portrayal of an 18th
Much like the game that inspires its name, Hangman is filled with blank spaces; but unlike the game, it's not a puzzle worth solving.
Veteran policeman Ray Archer (Al Pacino) and former colleague and criminal profiler Will Ruiney (Karl Urban) are tasked with chasing down a serial killer hellbent on completing a
By Steven G. Farrell.
A few years back, I setup a domain for my publishing company, Celtic-Badger (www.celtic-badger.com), with the sole purpose of promoting my books and publications, especially my Mersey Boys novel, screenplay and stage play. I stumbled across Celtic Badger Media Group as I was googling for my own web
Universal Pictures, Screenvision Media, a national leader in cinema advertising, and Tribeca Film Festival, presented by AT&T, announced today the return of Scarface to movie theatres nationwide, in celebration of its 35th anniversary. Additionally, film fans outside of New York will have the chance to participate in a Tribeca Film
Mansfield 66/67 is a film documenting the life and untimely death of actress, starlet and Hollywood legend Jayne Mansfield from directors P. David Ebersole & Todd Hughes and made in association with students at Leeds Beckett university.
It follows her story from her childhood and her first steps in show-business through her relationships and troubled