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Aug 29, 2015   Leave a Comment Upcoming / Spotlight

Our second of three Fall Movie Previews takes a look at some of the films we’re most looking forward to this fall season.
“Spotlight” (November 6): Looking to rebound after the critically maligned comedy “The Cobbler” earlier this year, writer-director Thomas McCarthy is in good hands with a star-studded ensemble and a plot ripped from one of the biggest headlines of all time. Starring Michael Keaton, Rachel McAdams, Liev Schreiber, John Slattery and Stanley Tucci, the drama tells the riveting true story of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Boston Globe team that investigated allegations of abuse in the Catholic Church. Their year-long search for the truth uncovered a cover-up at the highest level of Boston’s religious, legal and government establishments and ignited a wave of controversy and revelations around the world. McCarthy, best known for small human dramas and strong character work, paints his biggest canvas yet on this ambitious drama, and his incredible cast is too promising to miss in action. Read More: // here

Aug 09, 2015   Leave a Comment Gallery, Media/Icons

Screencaps from Everyone Says I Love You added to the Gallery. Icons added to the Media section.

Aug 09, 2015   Leave a Comment '20th Century Women'

There are many great names attached to ’70s drama 20th Century Women, from writer/director Mike Mills – Thumbsucker, Beginners – to the cast, which already boasts Annette Bening, Elle Fanning and Greta Gerwig. But now comes news that Almost Famous alumnus Billy Crudup is joining movie’s imdb page. Other names to impress include Megan Ellison’s Annapurna, the production company behind the project, who you may recognise from their work on the likes of Her, American Hustle and Foxcatcher, but Crudup is what’s key, as he’s playing the role that the film centres around. Read More: // here

Spotlight will be shown at both Venice Film Festival (Sept. 2-12) & Toronto Film Festival (Sept 10 to 20). Relevant links are below.

Venice // here
Toronto (Canadian Premiere) // here