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Monthly Archives: June 2016

Found Musical Launches App and Podcast Series | PLAYBILL

[Excerpt] Found, a new musical, the critically acclaimed production that played Off-Broadway’s Atlantic Theater Company in fall 2014, and Killer Films Media in partnership with Wondery have announced the launch of the Found podcast series and app. The Found podcast series, according to press notes, will “explore personal stories of love, loss, hope, transformation and aspiration through the lens of lost […]

‘White Girl’ Exclusive Poster: Elizabeth Wood’s Sundance Shocker Gets Some Steamy Marketing | IndieWire

Elizabeth Wood’s feature directorial debut “White Girl” dropped more than a few jaws when it premiered earlier this year at Sundance, where its unflinching look at female sexuality, life in the big city and raw human desire shocked audiences. The bold film follows Morgan Saylor as Leah, a college kid who unexpectedly falls for Blue, played by […]

Wiener-Dog Listed as One of 12 Must-See Films at BAMCinemaFest 2016 | IndieWire

Todd Solondz’s first directorial effort since 2011’s “Dark Horse” is literally about an animal this time. “Wiener-Dog” follows a dachshund that goes from one strange owner to the next, serving as a central character in four stories that bring out the pointlessness of human existence. The offbeat comedy’s stellar cast includes Greta Gerwig, Danny DeVito, […]

SXSW Documentary Winner ‘Tower’, About 1966 University Of Texas Mass Shooting, Sells To Kino Lobber | Deadline

Kino Lorber has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Keith Maitland’s animated documentary Tower, which details the story of the lone gunman who climbed a clock tower at the University of Texas in 1966, shooting 49 people and killing 17 in what has come to be known as America’s first mass school shooting. The docu, which mixes archival footage […]

Wiener-Dog in Theaters on June 24th

Presented by IFC Films: Welcome to the doghouse: the latest hilariously biting comedy from Todd Solondz is a twisted Lassie for misanthropes. It follows the wayward adventures of a dachshund who passes from oddball owner to oddball owner—including the world’s worst mom, a beleaguered screenwriter, and the grownup incarnation of Welcome to the Dollhouse’s Dawn […]