Tag: family

Hot Docs 2018 Review: CERES Connects Children to the Land

With so much of the worlds population living in cities, where all the food comes from the grocery store, or some variant of urban market, immediate, highly proximate documentaries such as Janet Van den Bran's Ceres are essential. She follows...

Review: Netflix's A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE EVENTS Season Two

When we last left the Baudelaire orphans, after a series of ‘Unfortunate Events’ with their previous guardians and near misses evading Count Olaf, Mr. Poe had dropped them off at Prufrock Preparatory School. Moved in to the Orphan Shack, teaming...

Interview: FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM NY Press with Eddie Redmayne, Ezra Miller, Director David Yates and More

The filmmakers behind Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the first spinoff of the incredibly successful Harry Potter series, apparated in New York City to meet the press.  I knew exactly where to find stars Eddie Redmayne, Katherine Waterston,...

Children And Puppets In Space! Watch The UPP I DET BLA (UP IN THE SKY) Trailer!

There's an obvious comparison to be made between The Muppets and Swedish writer-director Petter Lennstrad's upcoming Upp i det blå (Up In The Sky) but how likely would Kermit and Company be to include a gag featuring one of their...

LATE BLOOMER: "We Got One!" Exclusive Clip For You

Momentum Pictures will release Kevin Pollack's Late Bloomer in select U.S. cinema and On Demand / Digital HD tomorrow, Friday, October 7th. ScreenAnarchy has been given an exclusive clip to share with you. You can watch it and the trailer...

Ard's Dozen Of Musings About 2015

While I saw more films in 2015 than I had in 2014, I can almost use the same text here that I wrote for my "dozen of musings" article of last year. For again I have a big backlog of...