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PRESSMAN FILM has produced over 75 world-class motion pictures and helped launch the careers of many of the most prominent figures in the movie industry. The company’s extensive body of work includes groundbreaking films by directors such as Oliver Stone, Terrence Malick, Sam Raimi, David Byrne, Kathryn Bigelow, Alex Proyas, Brian De Palma, David Mamet, Charles Burnett, Abel Ferrara, Wayne Kramer, Mary Harron, Jason Reitman, and Werner Herzog.
Is it #Dalí season yet? #ezramiller #fashion #metgala #featurefilm #comingsoon
We have 3 tickets to Mary Harron's CHARLIE SAYS screening at Tribeca Film Festival tomorrow (Thursday Night) at 9 PM. Comment with love for a Mary Harron film and we might just send you a ticket. Congratulations and Kinolove to Mary and IFC Films #videotapes #tribecafilmfestival
Happy Birthday to the Maestro Edward R! #fur #nicolekidman #robertdowneyjr #cinema #rarecollection #2006 #kinolove #happybirthday #film #producer
CITY HALL playing tomorrow at 7:30pm at Aero Theater in Santa Monica!
Double Feature! Documentary HITCHCOCK/TRUFFAUT revisits the marathon 1962 interview between the two master filmmakers. In Hitchcock’s SABOTEUR, falsely accused Robert Cummings hunts down WWII saboteurs to clear his name. Introduction by Universal Pictures preservationist Janice Simpson. Discussion...
Being released in early 2019, audiences will finally rediscover Charles Burnett’s TO SLEEP WITH ANGER, thanks to @britishfilminstitute and @criterioncollection , from our friends at Criterion, “A slow-burning masterwork of the early 1990s, this third feature by Charles Burnett is a singular piece of American mythmaking. In a towering performance, Danny Glover plays the enigmatic southern drifter Harry, a devilish charmer who turns up out of the blue on the South Central Los Angeles doorstep of his old friends. In short order, Harry’s presence turns a seemingly peaceful household upside down, exposing smoldering tensions between parents and children, tradition and change, virtue and temptation. Interweaving evocative strains of gospel and blues with rich, poetic-realist images, To Sleep with Anger is a sublimely stirring film from an autonomous artistic sensibility, a portrait of family resilience steeped in the traditions of black mysticism and folklore.”
@criterioncollection re-release of David Byrne’s TRUE STORIES is on stores now, for your holiday blessings! #truestories #davidbyrne #criterioncollection #johngoodman #musical “Music icon David Byrne was inspired by tabloid headlines to make his sole foray into feature-film directing, an ode to the extraordinariness of ordinary American life and a distillation of what was in his own idiosyncratic mind. The Talking Heads front man plays a visitor to Virgil, Texas, who introduces us to the citizens of the town during preparations for its Celebration of Specialness. As shot by cinematographer Ed Lachman, Texas becomes a hyperrealistic late-capitalist landscape of endless vistas, shopping malls, and prefab metal buildings. In True Stories, Byrne uses his songs to stitch together pop iconography, voodoo rituals, and a singular variety show—all in the service of uncovering the rich mysteries that lurk under the surface of everyday experience.”
Thanks @criterioncollection #kinolove to you and #briandepalma. —————222222——— reframe “For his first bloody stab at horror, Brian De Palma unleashed a diabolical pair of Siamese twins, head-spinning split-screen effects, lots of knives and shadows, and a Bernard Herrmann score for the ages. Out today, our edition of SISTERS ramps up the chill factor with a brand-new restoration and a slew of supplemental features!”
Happy Birthday @jasonreitman !!!! #thankyouforsmoking #lobbyists #money #cake #tasty #filmmaker #brilliant #mind
Hey New York, Bad Lieutenant tonight at The Roxy!
Abel ferrara in person!
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Nominations are in...PATERNO for Best TV Movie!!
Handmaids, robots, and royals ruled this morning’s Emmy nominees. HBO’s “Game of Thrones” led the pack with 22 nods, the most for any series. NBC’s “Saturday Nig…
Happy 24th Anniversary to The Crow!!
RIP Margot Kidder. We will never forget her chilling performance in Sisters.
May the 4th of Crom be With You!
On this day in 1982 Conan the Barbarian was released.
Love to Director #JohnMilius and Arnold Schwarzenegger
CAW CAW! Can you hear The Crow shaking off its feathers and preparing for flight? Fire it up Corin Hardy!
“Kung Fu Kick. Budapest. 04.05.18”
Ben Kingsley To Play Salvador Dali In Mary Harron Movie ‘Dali Land’ With Lesley Manville, Frank Dillane & Tim Roth
We're excited for Cannes. Welcome to Dali Land!
EXCLUSIVE: Ben Kingsley is to star as Salvador Dali in Mary Harron’s (American Psycho) feature biopic Dali Land, I can reveal. The movie will chart the unusual marriage of the surrealist arti…
The Hand! Released 37 years ago yesterday. Worth the watch or re-watch. Written and Directed by Oliver Stone, starring Michael Caine.
Happy Birthday to Dev Patel!! It was a delight working with him on The Man Who Knew Infinity. You will be able to watch it on Netflix starting this Friday!
RIP Vittorio Taviani. Beautiful times spent filming Good Morning, Babylon. Our hearts go out to Paolo.
"I believe in taking care of myself, and a balanced diet and a rigorous exercise routine." - Patrick Bateman, American Psycho
Happy Monday! Have you seen PATERNO yet? Intriguing post-viewing discussions are guaranteed.
Paterno's screenwriter talked to BuzzFeed News about how the HBO movie examines the complicity of "good people who make terrible mistakes."
Awesome HBO Screening of PATERNO earlier this week. Al and Ed can't wait for you to see it! 2 DAYS AWAY
“Paterno” deserves all the praise revoked from the disgraced coach.
Appreciate the love from IndieWire on this first review of PATERNO. Our gratitude to HBO, AL PACINO #1 Barry Levinson and the whole cast and crew. A meaningful story in these days. Going out this Saturday April 7th!
“Paterno” deserves all the praise revoked from the disgraced coach.
Lots of Love to Matt and Devika, who share March 29th as their Birthday! We are forever grateful to their work in bringing The Man Who Knew Infinity to the world!
Happiest of Birthdays to our Director Matt Brown and our star, Janaki Devika Bhise!
Thanks REVOLVER Magazine for reminding all about The Crow soundtrack! Fun read.
From the Cure's skeleton crew to Pantera's hero worship
Happy weekend everyone! Leaving you all with the words of Mr. Pressman after he received the Cassavetes Award in '91.
“The modern independent American film movement is unprecedented in film history in its quantity and quality of work. I am proud to be a part of it and plan to continue.”
Shout-out to Oliver Stone for the introduction.
Happy birthday to Matthew Modine! Here he is with the inimitable Abel Ferrara on set of our film The Blackout. #ThrowbackThursday
From billboards in LA to buses in NY, Pressman Film and HBO want to make sure you mark your calendars for PATERNO on APRIL 7!
Oscars weekend has arrived. For those of you going to parties and filling out ballots, when in doubt, Get Out! (just write it in if it's not an option and maybe leave the party if, ya know...)
So long, February. We are more than ready for March 2018 and the 30th Anniversary of Beetlejuice! A classic starring our very own Annie Pressman. #March #1988
Official trailer is here!! Be sure to watch PATERNO April 7 on HBO
Paterno (starring Al Pacino) centers on Penn State’s Joe Paterno in the aftermath of the Jerry Sandusky sexual abuse scandal. Premieres April 7 on HBO. #Pate...
Happy Friday! Check out this juicy Quincy Jones interview. He gives a shout-out to Bernard Herrmann whose chilling score for #Sisters still haunts us today.
Currently in the midst of an extended victory lap ahead of his turning 85 in March, the music legend talks like he has nothing to lose.
Happy Super Bowl weekend! Do the Eagles have a chance? Did anyone think Jeremy Irons had a chance in '91 for Reversal of Fortune? Go Philadelphia Eagles!
With Oscar noms out today, we are reminded of one of our favorites:
Das Boot! Did you know it was nominated for six statuettes by The Academy which was at the time the highest number of Oscar nominations ever received by a foreign language film?!
We're excited for PATERNO, played by Al Pacino, coming out on HBO this spring!
The teaser just came out, check it below!
After becoming the winningest coach in college football history, Paterno’s legacy is challenged and he is forced to face questions of institutional failure. ...
Did you know that #BadLieutenant : Port of Call New Orleans was also released on November 20th, 17 years after the original film #BadAt25 https://t.co/Akt5dsxxBf
“Did you know that #BadLieutenant 2: Port of Call New Orleans was also released on November 20th, 17 years after the original film #BadAt25”
The 'Titanic' star was interested, but the filmmakers held out for Christian Bale, who ultimately got the lead role, as producer Ed Pressman shares three stories from his storied career.
We had an amazing time at Internationales Filmfest Oldenburg thank you Torsten Neumann and everyone who we met and made us feel the family. Thank you!
Der Star unserer diesjährigen Restrospektive, Edward R. Pressman im Gespräch mit dem Kaugummiautomaten. #nointerview
Bless this guy. Jim we love the tetrahedrons multiplying about ya
He made his comments to E! News' Catt Sadler on the red carpet at Harper's Bazaar's ICONS party during New York Fashion Week
!!!! Year 2 !!!!
In its first year, the Spirit of Ramanujan Global Math Talent Search rewarded eight mathematicians. The search revealed undiscovered mathematics talent and matched the winners with advancement opportunities. The winners hailed from China, Egypt, India, Kenya, and the United States. Due to the success of the pilot program, the initiative has just launched its second annual campaign (Details here: https://www.expii.com/ramanujan)
The creators of the Spirit of Ramanujan Math Talent Search were inspired by the life of Srinivasa Ramanujan, a gifted mathematician and the subject of the The Man Who Knew Infinity. In 1913, Ramanujan, a poor Hindu college dropout who was self-taught in mathematics, reached out to renowned British mathematician G.H. Hardy in his search for mathematical peers and colleagues. Hardy was so astonished by Ramanujan's mathematical theories that he invited Ramanujan to Cambridge to study and collaborate. From the start, Ramanujan was fighting against the odds because of his poverty, his location, and the inflexibility of formal schooling. Yet with his brilliant mind, his dreams, and the support of the mathematical community, he defied those odds and went on to change the future of mathematics. Together with Hardy, Ramanujan innovated vast tracts of mathematics before returning to India in fragile health. Tragically, he died at 32, leaving three enigmatic notebooks that drive cutting-edge research to this day.
ERP interviewed @criterioncollection by Kim Hendrickson. #cinelove #classicfilm #watchgreatf**kingmovies #movieswelove #love
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