PFF Reviw: GARBO

October 17, 2010

All wars are filled with stories that can only be told years or even decades after the conflict has ended. The incredible story of Juan Pujol, one of World War ll’s most masterful double agents, [click for more]

PFF Review: GERRYMANDERING

October 15, 2010

Note: Screening at the Philadelphia Film festival this week, Gerrymandering is also opening in limited release around the country this weekendand will be having a number of other one-off presentations in various cities until after [click for more]

National Lampoon Doc In The Works

June 9, 2010

Long before it was something to be sold to any crap comedy who could afford the licensing fee, the name National Lampoon actually stood for as the pinnacle of American satire. Founded in 1970, the [click for more]

Review: EXIT THROUGH THE GIFT SHOP

April 25, 2010

This is a documentary film where the less you know about it beforehand, the better. Directed by the mysterious street artist Banksy, the ostensible story follows a French immigrant to Los Angeles named Thierry Guetta [click for more]

John Hughes Documentary Gets Distributor

August 11, 2009

Don’t You Forget About Me, an independently produced documentary about John Hughes, has found a distributor less than 24 hours after the director’s passing last Thursday. Montreal’s Alliance Films purchased the documentary by noon last [click for more]

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