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There have been a great many new posters in the past few days. Just this afternoon we’ve seen new one-sheets for the doc Page One: Inside the New York Times, the horror remake Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark, Miranda July‘s odd-sounding new drama The Future, and Lars Von Trier‘s Melancholia. Plus earlier this week there were new sheets for tantalizing Cannes debut Sleeping Beauty, The Art of Getting By, What’s Your Number?, The Ledge, The Beaver and Troll Hunter. They’re all after the break, along with info on each film and links to the trailers. Read More »
Andrew Rossi‘s documentary about the New York Times, Page One: Inside the New York Times, premiered at Sundance this year and has been getting solid reviews as it moves to other festivals. The film does exactly what it promises to do: shows you a condensed year in the life of the paper and the people who create it as they address a rapidly shifting business climate while trying to remain true to the Gray Lady’s goal to provide in-depth reporting on a global scale.
Magnolia picked up the film for distribution, shortened the title slightly (shaving off ‘A Year’ from the subtitle) and now has a trailer for the July 24 release. Check it out below. Read More »