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Hot Pursuit, Review: Cool comic caper

Hot Pursuit, Review: Cool comic caper A go-by-the-book cop from San Antonio, Rose Cooper (Reese Witherspoon), who has a reputation for inefficiency and low intelligence, is assigned by Captain Emmett (John Carroll Lynch) to escort a murderous drug baron, Vicente Cortez (Joaquín Cosio)’s lieutenant, Felipe Riva (Vincent Caresca), and his wife Daniella (Sofia Vergara) to a court in Texas, where they are to testify against him. As soon as she arrives at the house, with her police co...

Wie das Binnenmeer

Director: Andreas Hyronimus.

Rather the career of the shy Simon (Jonas Minthe) was planned by his father: After finishing school he was due to study and afterwards take over the company of his dad. But the vest of a car salesman seems not to fit. Together with his best friend Paul (Julian Trostorf) Simon steals the favorite car of his father and the trip begins. On the way to the grandmother of Simon in poland, they have strange encounters and learn to see things in another way. 

„Wie das Binnenmeer“ is a movie about friendship of two young men. Both grew up in a small german town near the Baltic Sea. They start a trip to another country and begin a new part of their life. The film tells the feeling of liberty while driving in a car and screaming outside the window. Looking on the sea for hours and getting the feeling to swim away. Going away without any plan and aim and just enjoying the moment. „Wie das Binnenmeer“ describes a typical story of a road-trip while using brilliant and atmospheric pictures. Because of the great soundtrack it is a pleasure to watch and hear at the same time.

GYPSY

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Director: David Bonneville.

Sebastian is a wealthy young man. He finds out he has a flat tyre and ends up accepting help from a Gypsy passer-by. In return Sebastian will have to give him a ride home... but they won’t reach their expected destination.

Camerado feature road movie, 'LOST IN NEW MEXICO' now on iTunes, coming to HULU

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  From the land of 'Breaking Bad': Camerado's feature road movie, 'Lost in New Mexico: the Strange Tale of Susan Hero' ('Great Road Pic' - Angelika Entertainment), now available on  iTunes ->http://itunes.apple.com/us/mov​ie/lost-in-new-mexico/id470893​805 SYNOPSIS: Accompanied by her illegal immigrant companion, a woman desperate to clone her deceased child steals cash and heads across country in search of a maverick animal cloning expert who says he ...

Taking Bulgarian Cinema on the Road: An Interview With Director Konstantin Bojanov

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Walking around New York, London or Paris, if you offered someone 100 dollars, pounds or euros to name just one Bulgarian film or director, you'd likely still have the money in your pocket after an hour of trying. Of course, this fact has nothing to do with a lack of productivity or talent in contemporary Bulgarian cinema.And with “Avé”, the feature film debut by director Konstantin Bojanov, Bulgarian cinema's profile is likely to be raised higher, as audiences discover a deeply personal and...

The Big Black

Director: Oliver Kyr.
ELEVEN RULES TO SURVIVE PURGATORY Our forefathers warned us not to leave the burden of a guilt behind when we die. Because before your guilt-ridden soul is redeemed to heaven you would enter a strange, dark world. Welcome to the nightmare of purgatory. Welcome to the Big Black, where young Jack hunts the nightmare of his past and crosses paths with beautiful Eve. The girl who is either his Guardian Angel or his final doom. Time runs out as Jack tries to escape the demons of the waste land and find redemption.

Nullarbor

Director: Alister Lockhart, Patrick Sarell (CoDirector).
An animated road movie set across the vast and barren landscape of Australia's Nullarbor Plain.

Camerado's multicultural road movie 'Lost in New Mexico' signs with Indie Rights

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Writer-director Jason Rosette's 2nd feature, the multicultural road drama 'Lost in New Mexico', signs with digital sales partner Indie Rights for iTunes and other outlets.    The '21st century cloning road movie', about a grieving single mother who seeks a maverick animal geneticist to replicate her deceased daughter, is described as 'a unique and interesting take on the fluidity of technology versus the recurring commonality of the human condition.' (Moving Arts Journal) LOST IN NEW MEXICO:...

Book Smuggler

Director: Jonas Trukanas.
Year 1869 – Lithuania is a part of Imperial Russia. Both Lithuanian written language and Lithuanian press are banished. But these oppressions are engaged by secret Lithuanian schools – where young people are thaught Lithuanian language and book smugglers start walking around villages and smuggling books to simple folk. Even if large part of society is still indifferent to Lithuanian national identity – book smuggler ranks are constantly growing. Colorful life of nineteenth century Lithuanian country side, humor, adventures, dangers and hard choices… That’s only a little part of what scapegrace named Jurgis experiences when he meets book smuggler Mažvydas.

Leaving Baghdad

Director: Koutaiba Al-Janabi.
Leaving Baghdad is a road movie that follows Sadik, the personal cameraman to the leader Saddam Hussein, at the end of the nineties. Sadik is trying to escape the grip of the regime, being pursued from country to country, encountering smugglers and crooks on his journey. Sadik suffers from paranoia and constant fear. The Iraqi secret police are after him because he is carrying evidence of the atrocities committed by the regime. Sadik is dreaming to go to London, to join his wife who is, however, unwilling to help. In his despair and loneliness, Sadik writes letters to his son, Semir. These letters turn into a confession and reveal Sadik's past and the real reason for his fleeing , the endless waiting and his paranoia.
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