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Paul Thomas Anderson / Re: Phantom Thread
« Last post by wilberfan on Yesterday at 04:46:59 PM »

You would be fine with absolutely no marketing? Hopefully, they release a trailer this week.

From my own personal perspective, yes, I would.  Now, of course they need to market the film, but if I was not allowed to see a trailer, etc, before actually watching the film?  Yeah, that'd be fine.
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The Art Gallery / Re: I made a gender bending bank robbery short film
« Last post by RegularKarate on Yesterday at 03:41:12 PM »
This is a great teaser. Very excited to see the whole thing some day!
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Paul Thomas Anderson / Re: Phantom Thread
« Last post by budwillies on Yesterday at 03:32:27 PM »
Part of me is really curious to see a trailer, but, yeah....if they didn't release one at all I'd be fine with that.

You would be fine with absolutely no marketing? Hopefully, they release a trailer this week.
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The Director's Chair / Re: Antonio Campos
« Last post by wilder on Yesterday at 03:30:24 PM »
Antonio Campos Tapped To Write & Direct ‘Splitfoot’ Horror Film Based On New Yorker Article
via Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: Antonio Campos (Afterschool) has signed on to rewrite and direct the upcoming horror film, Splitfoot (fka Voices Through the Trumpet), based on a 1936 article in The New Yorker about the first documented haunted house, written by journalist and bestselling author Carl Carmer.

It follows the true story of a deeply damaged New Yorker reporter who, in the 1930s, travels upstate to the remote town of Lilydale, NY, the mecca of American spirituality, a place where a person can’t even buy property without proof that they talk to the dead. Cynical about the prospects of the spirit world, the temptation of contacting his dead son leaves the reporter vulnerable to something much more dangerous than the dead.

JT Petty wrote the original draft.

Fox Searchlight developed the film and will distribute. Dawn Ostroff and Jeremy Steckler of Condé Nast Entertainment are producing the project along with Denise DiNovi, while David Greenbaum and DanTram Nguyen will oversee production for Searchlight.

Campos, who serves as an executive producer on the Jessica Biel-starring USA Network drama, The Sinner, is repped by UTA.
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The Art Gallery / Re: I made a gender bending bank robbery short film
« Last post by pete on Yesterday at 03:28:29 PM »
It works :)

Wow. I love it. Everything about it. That opening shot, slowly pulling back, then the total and utter transformation, the choice of music - even the description in the logline "Lizzy Jo, who still lives with mom at age 45, battles her loneliness and boredom by robbing banks in the guise of a cowboy on her lunch break."

Cannot wait to see more. Pete, you are the genuine article. Is it okay if I share this?

please do!
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Paul Thomas Anderson / Re: Phantom Thread
« Last post by wilberfan on Yesterday at 02:27:48 PM »
Part of me is really curious to see a trailer, but, yeah....if they didn't release one at all I'd be fine with that.
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The Director's Chair / Re: Michael Mann
« Last post by wilder on Yesterday at 12:51:51 PM »
Guillermo del Toro Is Working On A Documentary About Michael Mann
via The Playlist

On the face of it, you probably couldn’t imagine two filmmakers more dissimilar than Guillermo del Toro and Michael Mann. The former creates intricate fantasy worlds, weaving fairy tales and dark-edged stories, with his own distinct fingerprint and creative spirit. The latter is a filmmaker who studies characters obsessed with process, shoots with precision, and places an emphasis on realism. However, both filmmakers are immaculate craftsmen, which makes this next bit of news tremendously exciting.

At the Lumičre Film Festival, Cannes honcho Thierry Fremaux presented the recent director’s cut of Michael Mann’s “Heat,” and revealed a fascinating nugget of information: Guillermo del Toro is making a documentary about Michael Mann.

That’s about all the details there are at the moment. There’s no word if it’s a feature (though Mann certainly has the filmography to support that), or if it’ll be the kind of thing with an extra feature on something like a release by The Criterion Collection.
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This Year In Film / Re: The Snowman
« Last post by lewissimo on Yesterday at 11:30:40 AM »
does anyone know the name of the track/song that is playing in sylvia otturson's house and later in harry's flat when the workman is dancing please ?
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Paul Thomas Anderson / Re: Phantom Thread
« Last post by csage97 on Yesterday at 10:33:01 AM »
I remember wanting a trailer for Inherent Vice and it was dreadful, but, come on, we don't need it. And I won't watch this one. I don't want to have a peak to the mood/the look/anything. Let's happily wait for what is coming. It is coming. :)

Yeah, I was being sarcastic (which is why I said, "slightly upset!"), but I guess sarcasm doesn't always come across well on the internet. PTA can take as much time as he wants with a trailer. He could even not release one at all and I'd be fine with that. :P But I do want a peak at the general tone and cinematography. I'm super excited for this one because the photography, direction, and story is ALL PTA. It's not often a film of this budget and quality gets made with all of these things overseen by one person. Plus Daniel Day Lewis .... Anyway, I'm off topic now.  :doh:
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Paul Thomas Anderson / Re: Phantom Thread
« Last post by Drenk on Yesterday at 10:22:10 AM »
I remember wanting a trailer for Inherent Vice and it was dreadful, but, come on, we don't need it. And I won't watch this one. I don't want to have a peak to the mood/the look/anything. Let's happily wait for what is coming. It is coming. :)
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