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New York Times Portrait of Kore-Eda Hirokazu

New York Times Portrait of Kore-Eda Hirokazu

Posted to: on Monday, August 17th, 2009 by IFC Films News

From The New York Times: By DENNIS LIM Published: August 12, 2009 DEATH looms large in the films of the Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda. The young heroine of his feature debut, “Maborosi” (1995), is haunted by the inexplicable suicide of he …

NY Times: FIVE MINUTES and Ireland after the Troubles

NY Times: FIVE MINUTES and Ireland after the Troubles

Posted to: on Monday, August 17th, 2009 by IFC Films News

From The New York Times: By TERRENCE RAFFERTY Published: August 12, 2009 “YOU know, it’s a complicated relationship with the place one grows up in,” the actor James Nesbitt said, “particularly if it’s Northern Ireland.” He spoke from hi …

Gerardo Naranjo – I’M GONNA EXPLODE

Gerardo Naranjo – I’M GONNA EXPLODE

Posted to: on Wednesday, August 12th, 2009 by Ryan Werner

Last year at the Toronto Film Festival, we fell in love with Gerardo Naranjo’s I’M GONNA EXPLODE. It is the perfect summer movie – cool, sexy and totally in love with the movies. We’re thrilled to present the NYC Theatrical premiere at the Walter Reade T …

Dargis Celebrates the Horror Cred of I SELL THE DEAD

Dargis Celebrates the Horror Cred of I SELL THE DEAD

Posted to: on Friday, August 7th, 2009 by IFC Films News

From the New York Times: Fright Night, With Thrills From Six Feet Under By MANOHLA DARGIS Published: August 7, 2009 A pastiche of old-fashioned horror flicks and an homage to the same, “I Sell the Dead” recalls the kind of frightful diversi …

Rave review of FLAME & CITRON

Rave review of FLAME & CITRON

Posted to: on Friday, July 31st, 2009 by IFC Films News

From Marshall Fine at The Huffington Post: “There have been a ton of films about the French resistance during World War II. But, apparently due to the vagaries of foreign-film distribution in the U.S., few films have reached American cinemas from other  …

A Quiet Little Marriage

A Quiet Little Marriage

Posted to: All Genres, All Languages, All Toppers, Drama, IFC Midnight, Romance on Thursday, July 30th, 2009 by v-lshugrue

A Quiet Little Marriage is the love story of Dax and Olive, who manage to find harmony even as they juggle family, romance and intimacy, but that all changes the night she asks him for a baby. Writer/director Mo Perkins’ intense and profound, raw feat …


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