A teaser of a whole minute and a half has been released from Otomo’s Short Peace, adding a whole minute of footage to the teaser trailer that was released in March.
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Xan Cassavetes’ feature debut is a classy little throwback to the seventies that doesn’t exactly rise from a dead story.
event reviews/Chords – Stockholm, Sweden 2013 – Looped State of Mind
posted Wednesday, May 8th, 2013
by Peter Andersson | Comments (0)
Kägelbanan relatively small venue was blown away, as the venue became a boiling pot of dancing and jumping fans for Swedish hip hop Chords.
music features/Abracadabra: The Mother Father Gentleman Launch of Son Ga-In
posted Monday, May 6th, 2013
by amy | Comments (2)
She’s not yet into her 30s, but Brown Eyed Girls’ member Son Ga-In could take over the world if she wanted to. She’s got the talent, the backbone, and… of course, she’s got the sex appeal to achieve it.
Celebrating now 15 years in her career, Hamasaki is one of the few Japanese artists that are putting social media to good use — and to celebrate with her fans, she’s uploaded her yearly New Year countdown concert on YouTube.
An 11-year-old girl moves to her mother’s hometown after the death of her father, and meets three supernatural beings known as Yokai, who will cause her more than one grief during her stay, as she deals with having to let go and moving on.
Franck Khalfoun mixes the sleekness of modern French cinema with the good old-fashioned low budget horror of the eighties.
In the 70s, a boy with Down Syndrome is taken care of by a gay couple, who decide to love him, feed him, give him an education and a place to live until he’s mess of a mother is released from prison.
A mother moves away from the city to raise both her wolf children.
Highly acclaimed in its country of origin, this bizarre yet audacious film will not have difficulties in triumphing outside doors, even considering that its main enthusiasts will come from restricted audiences.
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