2017 Releases
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Breath – Screendaily.com TIFF Review

Simon Baker’s directorial debut is an effectionate portrayal of boyhood in 1970s Australia It’s with a soulful splash in coming-of-age waters that Simon Baker makes his feature directorial debut, and his return to the Australian industry after a near two-decade absence. Adapting Tim Winton’s acclaimed novel with assurance, affection and a keen understanding of its 

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Behold My Heart Movie

BEHOLD MY HEART

Behold My Heart centers on a woman and her teenage son — played by Marisa Tomei and Charlie Plummer — in the aftermath of tragedy who must forge into uncharted territory in order to move on with their lives. Timothy Olyphant (“Justified”) and Mireille Enos (“The Catch”) also star with David Call, Emily Robinson, Nik 

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Autumn Productions - The Brits Are Coming

THE BRITS ARE COMING

The Brits are Coming is an ensemble comedy about burglary and revenge. In an effort to avoid paying off a gambling debt to a notorious mobster, an English couple flees to Los Angeles. Starring: Uma Thurman, Tim Roth, Stephen Frye, Sofia Vergara, Alice Eve, Crispin Glover & Parker Posey. Directed by: James Oakley. Release Date: 

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Breath with Simon Baker

BREATH

Breath is Simon Baker’s feature film directorial debut, based on Tim Winton’s award-winning and international bestselling novel set in mid-70s coastal Australia. Two teenage boys, hungry for discovery, form an unlikely friendship with a mysterious older adventurer who pushes them to take risks that will have a lasting and profound impact on their lives. Baker, 

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Menashe Sundance 2017 Film Review

Documentary maker Joshua Z. Weinstein graduates to narrative features with this intimate account of an ultra-Orthodox Jewish widower at risk of losing his son due to strict religious tradition. Contemporary screen depictions of Brooklyn’s Hasidic community — for instance Boaz Yakin’s A Price Above Rubies or Sidney Lumet’s A Stranger Among Us — have tended 

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