A long-gestated, provocative but somewhat disorganized diatribe against the technical abuses made to movies when they transfer to TV, vet Catalan helmer Carlos Benpar's "Filmmakers vs. Tycoons" reps both absorbing viewing for film purists and a slap on the wrist for those who believe that acquiring a movie means buying the right to modify it. Featuring an impressive assortment of witnesses for the prosecution both living (Berlanga, Donen, Forman, Pollack) and dead (Lancaster, Huston, Fellini), shamelessly partisan docu deserves exposure in fest sidebars and (if possible) on the very tube channels whose policies it's attacking.
When they take some friends on an extreme sport adventure, the last thing Jared and Sam expect to see below the shark-infested waters is a legendary pirate ship rumored to contain millions of dollars in gold.
Ray Ferrier is a divorced dockworker and less-than-perfect father. Soon after his ex-wife and her new husband drop of his teenage son and young daughter for a rare weekend visit, a strange and powerful lightning storm touches down.
Siblings Lucy, Edmund, Susan and Peter step through a magical wardrobe and find the land of Narnia. There, the they discover a charming, once peaceful kingdom that has been plunged into eternal winter by the evil White Witch, Jadis.
During her wedding ceremony, Rachel notices Luce in the audience and feels instantly drawn to her. The two women become close friends, and when Rachel learns that Luce is a lesbian, she realizes that despite her happy marriage to Heck, she is falling for Luce.
Set in a world where superheroes are commonly known and accepted, young Will Stronghold, the son of the Commander and Jetstream, tries to find a balance between being a normal teenager and an extraordinary being.
Have you watched Cineastes contra magnats yet? What did you think about it?