I watched this beautiful movie last night…
My man is in love with Porsche, so we will definitely watch this documentary.
‘URBAN OUTLAW is a portrait of Magnus Walker, the rebel Porsche customizer who turned a hobby into an obsession, and an obsession into a successful business. From a workshop in downtown Los Angeles, Magnus obsessively harvests fragments from donor 911s, grafting them onto vintage frames to create one-off automobiles with the spirit of Ferdinand Porsche but an ethos entirely his own.
Producer / Director: Tamir Moscovici (MOS), Industry Films
Line Producer: Dwight Phipps, Industry Films
DP: Anthony Arendt, Partos
Editor: Paul Proulx, Stealing Time
Colourist: Wade Odlum, Alter Ego
Audio House: Pirate Toronto’
I watched “In a better world” this week and recommend it.
Oscar Winner Best Foreign Film 2011.
This Danish-language drama begins in a war-torn African nation, as Danish physician Anton (Mikael Persbrandt) confronts a steady stream of tragedy and loss. Much of what he faces can be traced back to a vicious and sadistic local warlord. Back home in Denmark, his estranged wife, Marianne (Trine Dyrholm), is concerned about their eldest son, Elias, who is picked on mercilessly by the class bully, Sofus.
When new kid Christian arrives in class, he and Elias bond over a mutual hatred of Sofus. Surly and vicious since the loss of his mother, Christian is hardening into a rigid and ferocious manifestation of masculinity. His heartbroken father, Claus (Ulrich Thomsen), is finding it impossible to cope with Christian’s behaviour.
The volatile situation is exacerbated by Anton’s return home and by an encounter between Anton, Elias, Christian and violent, bullying mechanic Lars (Kim Bodnia).
DIRECTED BY Susanne Bier
I found this awesome clip (again) “The Village” – how awesome? Reminds me of Timmy Henny’s Mini Cape clip.
Image: Daniel Espírito Santo
Camera Assistant: João Botas
Editing: Pedro Sousa
Watch this touching 3-minute documentary.
A Cinelan Film: cinelan.com/
From Ross Kauffman—the Academy Award winning Director of “Born Into Brothels.”
In 1985, a young man from a well-to-do family took a bicycle trip across southern Europe, wandered into Bangladesh, traveled through India, and vanished while hiking in the rugged foothills of the Himalayas. He was never seen or heard from again.
“Wait For Me” is the story of a mother’s spiritual and emotional search for her son—a ceaseless emotional trek, propelled by an unconditional love and an unwavering belief that he may still be alive.
This is a three minute piece but a much longer version is in production. More info @: