Pixar have done it again, with a fun, enjoyable romp with the monsters, in Monsters University. As the first Pixar prequel, Monsters University takes us back to a time before the events of Monsters Inc. following Mike and Scully through their efforts to become ‘scarers’. There are traits of typical college movies, with fun for all, both young [...]
Following on with the second instalment on the new Trek timeline, Star Trek Into Darkness brings us closer to home. A new enemy threatens mankind. From Starfleet itself, a single man threatens total destruction. In Star Trek Into Darkness, we get to see more of the future planet Earth, and how the ideals of Starfleet have impacted [...]
shnit INTERNATIONAL SHORTFILMFESTIVAL 2013 – SUBMISSION DEADLINE APPROACHES! The eleventh edition of the festival will be held 2 to 6th October 2013 in ten cities across 5 continents including Cape Town, South Africa. International submissions are open for films of all genres, with a total length up to 40 minutes. In five categories, 100.000 CHF [...]
66TH Festival de Cannes: Palme d’Or goes to Blue is the Warmest Colour THE AWARDS FEATURE FILMS PALME D’OR LA VIE D’ADÈLE – CHAPITRE 1 & 2 (Blue Is The Warmest Colour) directed by Abdellatif KECHICHE with Adèle EXARCHOPOULOS & Léa SEYDOUX GRAND PRIX INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS directed by Ethan COEN, Joel COEN BEST DIRECTOR [...]
kykNET Silwerskerm Fees has an open category this year, where you can enter your existing short film, feature film or documentary. This will give your film the platform it needs to be seen by industry specialists. Everyone who is anyone in the film industry will be at this film festival. Entries close on the 30th [...]
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