Films of the 1960s: MOMA New York Features Cinema Retrospective Germany 1966

In 1966 change was in the air all around the world. In East and West Germany a new generation of filmmakers started breaking with doctrines to counter both commercialism in the West, and the communist party line in the East by adopting a more personal approach to cinema with a focus on soc...

Not a Family Film: "White God" - Beware this Army of Dogs

Each year in March the Film Society of Lincoln Center and the Museum of Modern Art, New York, presents New Directors/New Films screening the work of emerging filmmakers from around the world. In 2015 White God by Hungarian director Kornél Mundruczó received much attention. When thirteen-y...

Coming in July: Marvel's Ant-Man - Take A Sneak Peek of What's to Come

Following The Avengers und Guardians of the Galaxy, Marvel will bring one of their "smaller" super heroes to the big screen this summer: the Ant-Man Master thief Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) is ready to atone for his wrong-doings, when Dr. Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) approaches him and becomes h...

From Up on Poppy Hill - Returning to Japan's Early 60s

Yokohama, 1963 - Umi and her siblings are living in a small hotel run by her familiy and located on top of a hill. Her mother is a doctor and frequently out on work-related travel. Her father, once a sailor, died during the Korean war. In front of her house and in plain view of the harbour...

Once Upon a Time – GRIM(M) Tales

NBC’s mystery TV series „GRIMM“ has been on air since 2011 and despite mixed reviews turned out the station's „top#1 new drama“. Cyberpunkt novelist John Shirley has taken on the job to create a novel based on the series. His first issue „The Icy Touch“ will be released by Titan B...

"Why do you want to be the same?" – Let's go be heroes

Heroes was our newcomer of 2006. Tim Kring’s science fiction TV series ran over 4 seasons up to 2010 on NBC and made it into our DVD collection right away. Normal people find out about their exceptional abilities – that’s what it is about basically. But the series picks up on so much more...

Artwork of District 9

Any Peter Jackson fan should know Greg Broadmore. He is one of the designers working for Weta Workshop – a Newzealand based design studio well known for its artwork and designs of a great number of famous filmproductions such as Lord of the Rings, King Kong or Avatar. Greg Broadmore also...

The Dark Tower

According to the author himself "The Dark Tower" is Stephen King's most important work. The story has developed for the last 30 years as a fantastic mix of fantasy, western, horror, science fiction and romance and therefor has all the ingredients needed for a successful cinematic adaption...

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