I didn’t think there was much that could make me more excited for a new short film by Stephen and Timothy Quay (aka The Brothers Quay). But then I saw this trailer for Maska, and discovered that the film is not only a new animated short from the brothers, but seemingly one of their most colorful pieces of work, and an adaptation of a Stanislaw Lem story to boot. Check it out after the break. Read More »

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Back in January we brought you the first still from Ari Folman‘s upcoming The Congress, which adapts (and makes significant changes to) Stanislaw Lem‘s story The Futurological Congress. Now we’ve got the first bit of footage, and it looks wonderful. Read More »

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Just over a year ago it was announced that Ari Folman, director of the exceptional Waltz With Bashir, would next oversee an adaptation of Stanislaw Lem‘s story The Futurological Congress. The short story, which is only partially being used for the film, is about Ijon Tichy, a man “who is propelled into a world where hallucinogenic drugs have replaced reality.” Now we’ve got the first still from the film, which stars Robin Wright and is called simply The Congress. A few more details after the break.  Read More »

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