Film

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17
Nov
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Best Film Not Playing at a Theater Near You

Article by Christie McDonald

Fri
02
Nov
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Greta Gerwig and Mickey Sumner of "Frances Ha" at the 50th New York Film Festival

Greta Gerwig and Mickey Sumner of "Frances Ha" at the 50th New York Film Festival.

 

 

Frances Ha, a film written and starring Greta Gerwig, is receiving quite a buzz with it's black and white backdrop and effortless style. Gerwig and director Noah Baumbach have now collaborated on several projects together, all receiving high critical acclaim.  Greta Gerwig and co-star Mickey Sumner sit down at the New York Film Festival to answer audience questions about the making of this unique film. 

 

 

 

 

Thu
01
Nov
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Robert Zemeckis, Denzel Washington, Don Cheadle, John Goodman and the cast of 'Flight' at the 50th New York Film Festival

Robert Zemeckis, Denzel Washington, and the cast of 'Flight' at the 50th New York Film Festival

 

Robert Zemeckis - director of Cast Away, Forrest Gump, and so so many more - has outdone himself with his latest film Flight, released nationwide November 2nd. Not only is the film starring Denzel Washington projected to be a box office hit, but it has wowed the New York Film Festival committee so much that it was chosen as the highlight for their closing night event.  

 

Thu
01
Nov
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Robert Zemeckis at the 50th New York Film Festival

Robert Zemeckis director of "Flight" speaks at the HBO Directors Dialogues during the 50th New York Film Festival.

 

Thu
27
Sep
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50th New York Film Festival

The 2012 New York Film Festival marks the 50th anniversary of the prestigious event, and they really are throwing out all the stops.  The 16-day event starts of with a bang; boasting the world premiere of Ang Lee's highly anticipated adaptation Life of Pi.  And that's just the beginning: things really start to get fun with a Princess Bride cast reunion (thanks to the help of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences!); tributes to Nicole Kidman and program director Richard Pena (who is stepping down after 25 years, but not before elevating the film society to a year round organization co-sponsoring dozens of festivals throughout the year); dialogues with HBO directors Noah Baumbach, Brian De Palma, Abbas Kiarostami, David Chase, and Robert Zemeckis; views from the avant-garde (some of the most influential experimental films over the years) including Raul Ruiz's The Blind Owl, Jeff Preiss' Stop,  and films by/about Peter Kubelka; restorations/reviva

Fri
07
Sep
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Fred Schepisi director of "Eye of the Storm" at the River Run Film Festival

Fred Schepisi talks big name actors,  his directing style, and how he fell into the industry at the RiverRun Film Festival.                                                                          

Wed
15
Aug
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Scott Hamilton Kennedy, Director of ‘Fame High’ at Silverdocs 2012

Scott Hamilton Kennedy, Director of ‘Fame High’, chats artist feedback and what he hopes the audience will take away from the film with Indiezone.tv’s Logan Anderson at AFI Silverdocs 2012.

Wed
15
Aug
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Fame High's Grace Song at 2012 Silverdocs Film Festival

Indiezone.tv's Logan Anderson talks about working in front of the camera for the first time with Grace Song, star of ‘Fame High’, at AFI Silverdocs 2012.

Fri
10
Aug
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Academy Award winners Daniel Junge and Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy

After the showing of the 2012 Academy Award winning documentary short, Saving Face, IndieZone.tv  was able to meet not only the filmmakers, but also the doctor featured in this ever-moving film. Filmmaker Daniel Junge and Pakistani director Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy spoke with us along side one of the films subjects, London based Pakistani-born plastic surgeon Dr. Mohammad Jawad. We learned how the team initially found each other after listening to a BBC special and how this documentary turned into an Oscar winning piece. This touching film addresses the issues involved with the acid attacks in Pakistan. We watch the journey of one London- based surgeon who returns to his native land in an attempt to restore the faces of the people of Pakistan.     Review by Rachael McOwen.

 

Fri
10
Aug
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Kleber Mendonça Filho director of "Neighboring Sounds (O som ao redor)"

Lauren Augarten and Indiezone.tv talk to Kleber Mendonca, director of ‘Neighboring Sounds’, about the film’s progression from writing to shooting to editing and how the actors affect that process at New Directors New Films festival 2012

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