Land of Mine: Denmark Oscar Nominated Film

Few films detail the immediate aftermath of conflict and occupation of the Second World War. Land of Mine, the new film from Danish writer-director Martin Zandvliet, is nominated for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar. The tale exposes the previously hidden story of Denmark’s darkest hour, when after years of war and terror the lines […]

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In 2006, When Scorsese finally received the Best Director Oscar, at his sixth nomination, he became one of the oldest filmmakers to win the coveted award.

Writers Guild of America 2017: Trump Jokes and References Empower Event in NY and LA

We are living in fictional times. What the hell is fiction anymore when our reality comes off as fiction? Good luck with that one f—ers–Lewis Black

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Berlin Film Fest 2017: Awards in All Categories

On Body and Soul, a romantic dramedy from Hungarian filmmaker Ildiko Enyedi was the surprise winner of the Golden Bear as best film of the 2017 Berlin Film Fest.