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Sundance 2018 Interview: David Wain Beautifully Dreams A FUTILE AND STUPID GESTURE

[David Wain at Sundance 2018. Photo credit: copyright 2018 Zach Gayne.] The biopic or docudrama is one of the most fascinating, if not tickling, film genres. Unlike most other genres, whether a biopic succeeds with flying colors in capturing, or...

The Trailer For Jared Hess' DON VERDEAN Is Like Lucifer Farted In Your Brain

Napoleon Dynamite helmer Jared Hess returns to screens December 11th with his latest slice of oddity. Sam Rockwell stars as as the titular Don Verdean, a Biblical archaeologist hired by a small town church to bring ancient artefacts from the...

Review: NEBRASKA, A Long Drive With A Charming Destination

Alexander Payne is on some kind of hot streak, with all four of his major features receiving Oscar nominations and his last two (Sideways and The Descendants) both earning Best Picture nominations and taking home statues for Best Adapted Screenplay....

Indie Beat: Top 5 Most Intriguing Indies In November

When we get down to awards season, it becomes even harder to discern the nature of so-called independent and limited releases. Like October, many of November's limited releases, start out as such, but are in fact "high-pedigree" studio films (or...

Bruce Dern Takes A Long Walk To NEBRASKA In Trailer For Alexander Payne's Latest

You can tell by just one screenshot that Alexander Payne's Nebraska is no doubt a low-key and gentle flick. It's no-nonsense black and white cinematography shucks away any kind of grandeur that one may get from the great plains states,...

Bruce Dern Talks, Jukebox Plays "Sugar Sugar": First Clip From Alexander Payne's NEBRASKA

Set to premiere at Cannes ahead of its theatrical release later this year, Alexander Payne's Nebraska is sure to start the critics talking. (ScreenAnarchy's Festivals Editor included it in our review of the Competition titles.) The first clip from the...