Starring Brittany Snow, Declaration is a short film set at a party -
where the guests speak only lines from the Declaration of
Independence. Also starring are Paz de la Huerta, Shiloh Fernandez,
Stephen Sowan, Sprague Grayden, Gil Bellows, Erika Alexander,
Pollyanna McIntosh, Henry Brown, Nancy and Dorian Harewood, and Alex
Raben. Created by Paula Walker, Rolf Kesterman, and Brian Horiuchi,
it was directed by Paula and shot by her husband Rolf at their home.
Brian Horiuchi was the creative director, Executively Produced by Mark Conley and produced by Justin Eldreth
Filth One Sheet Oil painting (process of creation)
Now in HD. Traditional illustration & film artist Ciara McAvoy shows the process of creation for Filth original oil painting of James McAvoy as Bruce Robertson, from start to finish through time lapse images.
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HD Filth with James McAvoy, Jamie Bell, Jim Broadbent, Pollyanna McIntosh, Martin Compston, Imogen Poots, Brian McCardie, Eddie Marsan, Joy McAvoy...
A bipolar, bigoted junkie cop manipulates and hallucinates his way through the festive season in a bid to secure promotion and win back his wife and daughter.
Filth is, simply stated, a masterpiece of dark poetry and pure, unadulterated comedic genius! Please continue to spread the good word & support British independent cinema
Written & directed by Jon S. Baird
From a novel from Irvine Welsh
Ken Marshall ... producer
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Christian Angermayer ... producer
Jessica Ask ... co-producer
Guy Avshalom ... executive producer
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Charles E. Bush Jr. ... executive producer
Will Clarke ... producer
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Karin G. Dietrich ... executive producer
Ralph Dietrich ... executive producer
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Alex Francis ... co-producer
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The Woman hits theaters on October 14th, 2011.
Cast: Pollyanna McIntosh, Sean Bridgers, Angela Bettis
Directed by Lucky McKee, based on the bestselling novel by Jack Ketchum, written Ketchum and McKee by and produced by Andrew van den Houten and Robert Tonino for MODERNCINÉ, THE WOMAN is a disturbing tale of torture and dirty little secrets that can haunt any seemingly harmless neighborhood. The story follows a successful country lawyer who captures and attempts to "civilize" the last remaining member of a violent clan that has roamed the Northeast in the wild for decades, thereby putting the lives of his family in extreme jeopardy.
Starring Pollyanna McIntosh, Sean Bridgers and Angela Bettis, the film prompted furious debates and walkouts during its world premiere in the Park City at Midnight program at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. Reports surfaced of people becoming sick while watching the graphic scenes and one irate Sundance audience member went so far as to say THE WOMAN "ought to be confiscated, burned. There's no value in showing this to anyone." Whether a "wonderfully bizarre tale" or an "inhumane degradation of women," you'll have to decide for yourself.
The Woman trailer courtesy The Collective.