Category: Movies to Watch

PEEP THIS: Sundance’s “An Oversimplification of Her Beauty” Now Playing in Theaters

Posted by Anthony - April 29, 2013 - Announcements, Experimental, Movies to Watch An-Oversimplification-of-Her-Beauty

Back in January I dropped a post and put up a trailer for this film that originally screened at Sundance and now it’s starting it’s official U.S. theatrical tour.  If you are in N.Y.C this week then you are fortunate enough to be in the city that’s premiering the theatrical release of Terence Nance’s new multi-media film Oversimplification [...]

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My Down & Dirty Dozen of the Coolest Movies You’ve Probably NEVER Seen

Posted by Anthony - March 10, 2012 - Movies to Watch DirtyDozenMovies

So everyone has their list of all-time favorite movies that usually include a number of mainstream titles that most of us have likely seen already.  So I wanted to do a twist on that and compile a list of my favorite unique and worthy films that many of you may have never seen or in some [...]

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“Senna” is a Compelling Racing Documentary… About People

Posted by Anthony - February 16, 2012 - Movies to Watch senna-movie-w

I just finished watching the documentary Senna about the legendary Brazilian Formula One race car driver, Ayrton Senna, and was really moved despite the fact that I initially had no interest in watching a movie about a race car driver.  It gave me a moment for pause. I think it’s easy sometimes to dismiss movies [...]

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Dee Rees on “Pariah”

Posted by Anthony - January 18, 2012 - Interviews, Movies to Watch Pariah

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure to see an early screening and Q&A with the filmmakers and cast of Pariah, a new film by NYU (woot! woot!) alumni, Dee Rees. It won the 2011 U.S. Dramatic Competition at the Sundance film festival as well as an award for Excellence in Cinematography. It is [...]

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Watch the Scarface Cast Reunion

Posted by Anthony - August 29, 2011 - Events, Interviews, Movies to Watch, Panels and Conversations Scarface-1-1024x768

In case you missed the original event on last week, here’s a link to a cool conversation with many (although not all) of the major characters from Scarface including Al Pacino.  There are some great behind-the-scenes anecdotes and observations on how the film evolved into such a cultural phenomenon decades after it’s original release.

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