…And there’s nothing wrong with that, you goddamn hippie. So stop being so preachy. Stop shoving “valuable lessons” down our throats. I paid my 10 dollars, now make me laugh for an hour and a half and we’ll call it a day. I’m talking about your Europeeeean period, pronounced with a snotty [...]
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When you are gifted a tailor-made lead in a feature film by an exciting indie filmmaker, “you just have to do it”. This is even more so when French Canadian wunderkind Xavier Dolan is behind the lenses, fresh from his bruising debut I Killed My Mother (2009). Quebec actress Monia Chokri is in London this [...]
Ever since the release of Xavier Dolan’s I Killed My Mother (2009), indie fans have embraced a new talisman. His breakthrough film was a stunning portrayal of youthful malaise, drawing comparisons to the ultimate enfant terrible, Catcher in the Rye’s (1951) Holden Caulfield. The French Canadian’s eagerly awaited return, Heartbeats (2010), swaps teen angst for [...]
Our annual picks for the Maryland Film Fest Part 1!
There are five reasons to go out this weekend. Follow our advice, and you might not remember a thing come Monday!
PUTTY HILL THEATRICAL TRAILER from Matt Porterfield on Vimeo. Matt Porterfield‘s local masterpiece Putty Hill is coming to the Charles next friday. And Celebration’s launch party is on Saturday! Both events are meeting at the Ottobar for a colossal afterparty at the Ottobar. “Straddling an indefinite line between fiction and documentary, Matt Porterfield’s film begins [...]