Here’s the trailer for Submarine, the British film that has been killing at festivals since it debuted at TIFF last year. Peter loved it there, and David loved it at Sundance. Check out the trailer — which certainly has some familiar notes from other big indie success stories — and leave your thoughts after the break. Read More »
We just saw the nifty, Saul Bass-ish poster for the Fantastic Fest presentation of Red White & Blue, which is one of the four festival films that IFC Midnight is bringing to VOD this week alongside their FF showings. Now there’s a trailer for the film, and seeing the footage on display here makes the poster look like a very soft sell. If the film is as intense as this footage and reviews out of SXSW suggest, it could be quite a ride. Read More »
Richard Ayoade‘s Submarine is the kind of film I hope to discover at film festivals and share with friends.
Based on the Curtis Brown Prize-winning novel by Joe Dunthorne, this dark indie comedy is about a 15-year-old boy who “must fight save his mother from the advances of a mystic and simultaneously lure his eczema-strafed girlfriend in to his bedroom.” It is a coming of age story which is equal parts Rushmore, Election and Squid and the Whale.
I really hope that Fox Searchlight picks this film up and markets it to the masses, as it deserves to be seen (lets hope that Sony Pictures Classics stays away from this one). Write the title of this film down right now or add it to your netflix queue (if that’s even possible), because you’re gonna wanna see it when it becomes available.
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