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Studio Ghibili's The Tale of Princess Kaguya Coming to America

Much has been made of Studio Ghibli’s recent production halt on August 3rd following the retirement of director and founder Hayao Miyazaki. However, it seems that we will still be enjoying another Ghibili work soon, at least in America. 387 more words

Film

Watch: The Apartment (1960)

As a professional in the film and tv industry, it shouldn’t have taken me so long to watch The Apartment, Billy Wilder’s satire about gender, sex and the working world. 117 more words

Billy Wilder

Post #51 - 2014 Angriest Man In Brooklyn [Movie Review]

Apa jadinya jika kamu punya sebuah daftar dengan banyak hal yang kamu benci dalam hidup ini? Bahkan untuk hal-hal kecil dan remeh temeh sekalipun? Pasti hidup rasanya sumpek dan uring-uringan. 666 more words

Film

Coming Soon: Leisure, Discipline and Punishment

Continuing the ongoing programme of film happening here at FACT as part of Liverpool Biennial 2014, we will be hosting an evening of new moving image works entitled Leisure, Discipline and Punishment. 580 more words

Art & Events

Here Is A Mash-Up of Closeups from Edgar Wright films

I have never thought Edgar Wright gets the credit he deserves, he has consistently directed, produced, or wrote for fantastic films for years now and has still seemingly flown under-the -radar.  117 more words

Entertainment

Sharing, Caring and Despairing : J-Law's Nude Photo Nightmare

It has been an incredibly busy 24 hours for the internet because everybody has an opinion on Jennifer Lawrence’s nude photos.

For those of you who still haven’t heard, the actress was one of a number of famous ladies who were alleged to have had their nude photos stolen and circulated online by some rather suspect individuals who dwell in the darker corners of the internet. 599 more words

Film

5 Reasons Sin City: A Dame To Kill For Was A Huge Flop

All in all, 2014 was a pretty great year for comic book movies. Bryan Singer and 20th Century Fox knocked it out of the park with X-Men: Days of Future Past, while Marvel had two tremendous (and well-received) hits on their hands: Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Guardians of the Galaxy (which just became the highest-grossing film of the year at the United States box office). 195 more words

Writing