Two Online Film Festivals Worth Your Time

VIMEO TIFF FESTIVAL Thirteen films which had their world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2013 will make their digital debut in 2014 exclusively on Vimeo On-Demand: Asphalt Watches directed by Shayne Ehman and Seth Scriver Cinemanovels directed by Terry Miles Empire of Dirt directed by Peter Stebbings Faroeste Caboclo (Brazilian Western),...

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Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee (Season 2)

Against better judgement, but totally worth it, I stayed up very late last night after discovering this little gem from Jerry Seinfeld. Am I just late to the party? Is there a reason I’ve not heard of this internet show before? Because it’s pretty damn great. “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” pits Seinfeld and some other famous funny...

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It’s Coming. And its Got Lupus.

 

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How Do You Write A Joe Schermann Song: Available March 26th!

At last year’s Flyway Film Festival, Matt and I were honored to be among jury members for the fictional narrative feature category. While voting, it was a pleasure to award best director to Gary King for his musical, How Do You Write A Joe Schermann Song. Now, some may be screaming bias, but our jury is not alone in the festival world of awarding HDYWAJSS...

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Watch All of the Oscar Nominated Animated Shorts Online [i.e. right here]

As has become the practice in the past few years, all of the Oscar nominated shorts are now streaming online. Many theaters around the nation/world are currently showing them on the big screen – which is probably the preferred way to check them out, but if you don’t live in a major city or are scrambling for dollars these days, you can watch them...

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“The Pirate Bay – Away From Keyboard” | Free Online

from makeuseof.com and Wikipedia Simon Klose, the Swedish documentary and music video maker, wants you to pirate his film, TPB AFK (The Pirate Bay Away From Keyboard), and he’s not even kidding. His documentary about file-sharing website The Pirate Bay premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival on February 8th, opening the festival’s documentary...

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The Best Holiday Movies You Can Watch Instantly On Netflix

With winter in season, the entertainment world starts buzzing about the upcoming holidays. TV channels play holiday shows and movies, and radio stations air Christmas songs. Families start getting into the holiday spirit, and with the cold weather outside, people huddle around the TV more. If you’re not an avid TV watcher, then Netflix is the next best...

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RedBox Gets Red-y for Streaming Service

Those not familiar with the service should know that RedBox is basically a movie vending machine. You rent physical discs at $1 per day ($2 for Blu and games) using your credit card. I’ve used it a few times and since there are so many kiosks in my area, the catalog selection is pretty good (mostly if you’re looking for newer releases) and the discs...

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What Makes a Cult Movie?

There’s something special about a good cult movie. Today, many of the films we may think of as having a cult following have in fact broken out of that distinction and become highly regarded, popular features. However, on first release these were the films that no one went to see in cinemas. They were overshadowed by other releases, overlooked because they were...

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Who wants to hear the new album from Jeff Bridges?

If you are like me, you played out the soundtrack to Crazy Heart to the point where your friends were begging you to stop and the patrons at the local dive bar were groaning every time you walked up to the jukebox. From “Hold On You” to “Somebody Else” to “Fallin’ and Flying,” there was just something in Jeff...

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