June 12, 2008
Crafting a Midnight Kiss - Behind-the-Scenes of a Lo-Fi Indie
It brought audiences to tears at Tribeca, kept them coming back at Edinburgh and warmed stone-cold critics' hearts at Raindance. In Search of a Midnight Kiss was described as the best American indie in years, and its hilarious but touching humour has drawn comparisons to Kevin Smith and Woody Allen. Now, as one of our favourite films of last year's festival circuit gears for a cinema release in the UK and the US, RT brings together stars Scoot McNairy, Sara Simmonds and Brian McGuire and writer-director Alex Holdrige to share their behind-the-scenes journey...
January 23, 2007
Sundance: "Hounddog" Is A Dog; "The Nines" Scores High
Read on for some short reviews of films playing at Sundance: "Hounddog," starring Dakota Fanning, is a cliched stab at Southern Gothic with echoes of Faulkner, and "The Nines," starring Ryan Reynolds, is a trippy, thought-provoking meditation on the nature of creation.
May 19, 2006
Naomi & Viggo to Make "Promises" with Cronenberg
After "A History of Violence," a whole bunch of us want to know what David Cronenberg's next project will be, and it looks like it'll be something called "Eastern Promises." We're being told that it's similar in tone to "Dirty Pretty Things," which is pretty good news, and also that it will star Naomi Watts and Viggo Mortensen, which is even better news.
July 1, 2005
In Other News...Brooke Shields, Paris & Paris, and David Lynch
Watch out, Tom Cruise -- Brooke Shields is bringing out the big guns. In an open letter published Friday in the New York Times, the actress called out her recent nemesis and "Endless Love" co-star for ranting against her use of anti-depressants following the birth of her daughter.
May 12, 2005
David Lynch is Oddly Secretive About His New "EMPIRE"
Notoriously offbeat filmmaker David Lynch ("Mulholland Dr.") has apparently been working on his next film ... for the past two years! "INLAND EMPIRE" (yes, in all caps) will star Laura Dern ("Jurassic Park"), Harry Dean Stanton ("Escape from New York"), Jeremy Irons ("Dead Ringers"), Justin Theroux ("Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle"), and a few others whom Lynch opts not to name.