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This year I bested myself. From the 384 movies that I saw, I’ll make my customary list of favorite films discoveries from year 2014 downward.
Over the weekend we had the chance to discover György Pálfi’s Final Cut: Ladies and Gentleman (Final Cut: Hölgyeim és Uraim), which is possibly the most ambitious supercut since the invention of the internet to date.
This year’s Tel Aviv International LGBT Film Festival starts on May 29th until June 7th featuring more than 40 movies and 70 shorts from major international events.
Here’s the first look to David O. Russell’s latest collaboration with muse Jennifer Lawrence, on the life of single-mother-of-three, inventor and entrepreneur Joy Mangano.
There are a lot of movie all over the world, some left in distribution limbo, some others left unsubtitled, so this is my attempt at making some sort of comprehensive list of what I thought was great… with some surprises, like last year.
2014 movies then and now.
Juan jokes. Don’t you love ’em. I do. So that’s why my first full year of cataloging almost everything I saw and read this year gets a Juan joke instead of one. ONE WHOLE...
Tusks were out, discussions on distribution dates were put on the table, and some hard lobbying was done to put our favorites forward to battle it out. As a result, though local movie distribution is still king, we have some very awesome titles sprinkled here and there for everyone’s taste.
A deeply troubled man and two very different women.
Aliens and zoo animals invade the world one theater at a time.