Tag: michelgondry

Slamdance 2017 Review: DAVE MADE A MAZE With Entertaining Traps

With its explosion of creativity, its thrilling concept and its lovely characters, Dave Made A Maze is a fine example of how a creative team can overcome the restrains of a tight budget to offer a fun ride.

Exclusive Poster Debut: Michel Gondry's MICROBE & GASOLINE

If you ask me, every road-trip movie should have a poster as gorgeous as this one for Microbe & Gasoline. We're pleased to present its exclusive debut. Here's the brilliantly brief official description: Written and directed by Michel Gondry, this...

Review: MOOD INDIGO (European Version) Exhilarates And Exhausts In Equal Measure

Michel Gondry is back. And he's going no holds barred. After slumming it as studio hired-gun and inner-city auteur (in 2011's The Green Hornet and 2012's The We and the I, respectively), the French director is back in small-batch surrealist...

New Poster For Michel Gondry's MOOD INDIGO

Our friends at Drafthouse Films are getting ready for the limited theatrical release of Michel Gondry's Mood Indigo on July 18. There is a new poster and trailer to share with you. They give you a glimpse into that wondrous...

DOC NYC, Largest Documentary Festival in U.S., Returns With Best (and Biggest) Slate Yet

DOC NYC, in the four short years of its existence, has now become the largest documentary film festival in the U.S. This year's edition, screening from November 14-21 at IFC Center and the SVA Theatre, brings a vast selection of...

Gondry's MOOD INDIGO Cut For International Release

International press on Michel Gondry's has been by and large unified on two fronts. One, the film is a meticulously crafted flight of fancy from a man who does meticulously crafted flights of fancy better than arguably anyone else on...

Fifteen Unfilmable Novels And The Directors Who Should Try Anyway

Ah, the 'unfilmable' novel. Go back ten or fifteen years and it seems everyone had some sort of list of great novels that could never be brought to the screen. The limitations at the time were largely technical and in...

Review: Michel Gondry's MOOD INDIGO Exhilarates, Exhausts

Michel Gondry is back. And he's going no holds barred.After slumming it as studio hired-gun and inner-city auteur (in 2011's The Green Hornet and 2012's The We and the I, respectively), the French director is back in small-batch surrealist mode with Mood Indigo (L'ecume...

Review: THE WE AND THE I Represents A Weak Fart Of Michel Gondry's Imagination

What's the time limit for mourning a bad film from one of today's most innovative filmmakers? Until their next feature? Forever? I want to discuss Michel Gondry's latest effort, The We and the I, a shockingly horrendous film that...

Gondry Animates Chomsky in Trailer for New Doc IS THE MAN WHO IS TALL HAPPY?

I've come to the conclusion that Michel Gondry never sleeps. Either he's an insomniac or constantly high on caffeine, but his output is pretty incredible, especially in variety. With the trailer for his upcoming feature fiction film Mood Indigo only a...

First Whimsical Trailer for Michel Gondry's MOOD INDIGO

Michel Gondry has quite a varied filmography (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, The Green Hornet, The We and the I), but arguably his best works are the odd and whimsical films about love, how the human mind processes it...