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UNITED STATES | 95 minutes | 2019
Documentarist Alexandre O. Philippe goes back to the very roots of a film that marked the imagination of an entire generation: Ridley Scott’s Alien (1979). Having minutely analyzed George Lucas (The People VS George Lucas), the history of the zombie flick (Doc of the Dead) and most recently, Hitchcock’s infamous shower scene (78/52), the Swiss filmmaker indulges in his obsession with film production backstories by taking on a sci-fi classic. Made up of interviews and scene dissections — including of the film’s most iconic moment — it’s a documentary to warm the heart of any cinephile.
Sundance Film Festival
2017 78/522014 Doc of the Dead2012 The Life and Times of Paul the Psychic Octopus2011 The Right to Breathe2010 The People vs. George Lucas2009 Inside2008 The Spot2006 Left2004 Earthlings: Ugly Bags of Mostly Water2003 Chick Flick: The Miracle Mike Story
A young woman discovers that a sex tape made without her knowledge is circulating online. Paranoia takes over, along with a sense of injustice. Her sudden...
JAPAN | 89 minutes | 2019
A surprise hit and audience award winner at the latest Slamdance Festival, and recently shown at the TIFF’s Midnight Madness, The Vast of Night is THE...
UNITED STATES | 90 minutes | 2019
When the ghost of a spaceship escapes, two hunters take off on an interstellar chase to capture the entity before it can flee to freedom. What if machines...
FRANCE, UNITED STATES | 50 minutes | 2019
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