Spike Lee caused some controversy at Sundance with his latest tirade against Hollywood and race relations, but now his co-writer on ‘Red Hook Summer’, James McBride takes up the fight with an open letter claiming that it’s not because their film didn’t do so well. I wonder if it had been embraced by everyone, if that letter would have been written.
Sundance Film Festival News
Rodrigo Cortés ‘Red Lights’ movie wants to be a mind tripper in the vein of ‘Inception’, but it only makes you realize what that film would have been like the lesser hands. This film needs some reshoots and major editing if it wants a US theatrical release.
Craig Zobel’s lastest film ‘Compliance’ works wonderfully as a horror suspense film without any ‘found footage’, gore, or blood. It’s bound to get people feeling superior thinking they’d never let this happen to them.
Even if you’ve seen every ‘Paradise Lost’ documentary about the ‘West Memphis Three’, ‘West Of Memphis’ is still a must see as it presents even more insights into the crazy controversial case that has gripped millions of people.
Peter Jackson collaboration with ‘West Memphis Three’ Damien Echols unveiled their powerful poster and trailer for ‘West Of Memphis’ right on the heels of HBO’s premiere of Joe Berlinger & Bruce Sinofsky’s ‘Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory’.
Spike Lee’s latest movie ‘Red Hook Summer’ takes the outspoken filmmaker back to his roots along with the Sundance Film Festival.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt hasn’t forgotten that indie films like ‘Mysterious Skin’ showed everyone that he wasn’t just ‘Tommy’ from ’3rd Rock From the Sun’, and Levitt reminds us again with his upcoming ‘Hesher’.
The Tribeca Film Festival has always been an interesting festival that doesn’t quite feel like one. It’s spread all over New York City, but they’ve continually been getting better, and the film choices are pretty good.
The latest trailers & images for ‘The Troll Hunter’ from Sundance Film Festival.
The big seller at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival ‘Like Crazy’ took the top prize this year along with ‘How To Die In Oregon‘, wrapping up a much more interesting festival year than Park City has seen in a long time
For more info visit: www.hollywood.com Morgan Spurlock talks about the making of his new documentary.
Sony Pictures Classics has picked up Morgan Spurlock’s latest meta-documentary ‘The Greatest Movie Ever Sold’ just before it premieres at Sundance this month.