10 to See at the Ptown International Film Fest
There's no film festival like Provincetown. While other festivals focus on independent films, or genre films, or foreign cinema; The Provincetown International Film Festival casts a wider net.
Refn, Green and De Palma Join Summer Talks Lineup
Our free Summer Talks have gotten off to a fantastic start with packed conversations with Richard Linklater, Julie Delpy, and Ethan Hawke on their Before Midnight and Sofia Coppola on her new film The Bling Ring .
Cannes Daily Buzz: Refn's Sound of Silence
One of the most divisive films of this year's Cannes competition was also one of the most anticipated.
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Hannibal 1.08- "Fromage" Review
This week's Director, Tim Hunter, is responsible for one of my more formative movie fan experiences, having directed the classic River's Edge back in 1986 - the year I graduated high school.
Positive/Negative: Divisive Reactions to Refn's 'Only God Forgives'
This past Wednesday morning at 8:30AM, Nicolas Winding Refn's ninth feature film, Only God Forgives , premiered inside the Grand Lumiere at the Cannes Film Festival to a crowd of critics and press from all over the world.
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But silence was the order of the day on Wednesday, when two films screened featuring huge movie stars uttering just a handful of lines of dialogue.
Cannes: Ryan Gosling's new movie draws the boo-birds
CANNES, France - Remember when someone tried to sue the makers and distributors of "Drive" for, I guess, not putting enough driving in the movie? Well, Ryan Gosling and writer-director Nicolas Winding Refn are back with another ultraviolent, ultra-stylized, music-throbbing, male-angsty viewing experience, this time set in the underworld of Bangkok, ... (more)
Walk the dark side
Narayan Srinivasan Cannes Nicholas Winding Refn, after his successful Valhalla Rising and Drive, once again proves his versatility in handling violent films.