Nebraska - Bruce Dern, Will Forte
Out of the Furnace - Christian Bale, Casey Affleck
Black Nativity - Forest Whitaker, Jennifer Hudson
The Book Thief - Geoffrey Rush, Emily Watson
Frozen - Animated; Kristen Bell, Josh Gad
Homefront - Jason Statham, James Franco
Oldboy - Josh Brolin, Elizabeth Olsen
Philomena - Judi Dench, Steve Coogan
Dallas Buyers Club - Matthew McConaughey, Jennifer Garner
Delivery Man - Vince Vaughn, Chris Pratt
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire - Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson
Kill Your Darlings - Daniel Radcliffe, Dane DeHaan
The Best Man Holiday - Taye Diggs, Terrence Howard
All Is Lost - Robert Redford
How I Live Now - Saoirse Ronan, Tom Holland
Thor: The Dark World - Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman
Buckle up for that road trip, because the 19th annual Cucalorus Film Festival will be held Nov. 13-17 at various venues in downtown Wilmington.
A showcase for independent and international cinema, the fest annually presents scores of screenings as well as workshops, parties and other special events. This year, roughly 200 features, documentaries, shorts and more will be shown, with over two dozen countries represented. Among the screenings: Greece's Boy Eating the Bird's Food and The Netherlands' Borgman, each angling to be one of the five nominees in this year's Best Foreign Language Film Oscar race; The Sacrament, the latest horror flick from writer-director Ti West (The Innkeepers, The House of the Devil); and the acclaimed drama Short Term 12, starring Brie Larson.
For details, including the complete schedule and ticket prices, visit the festival website here.
About Time - Domhnall Gleeson, Rachel McAdams
Ender's Game - Asa Butterfield, Harrison Ford
Free Birds - Animated; voices of Woody Harrelson, Owen Wilson
Last Love - Michael Caine, Gillian Anderson
Last Vegas - Michael Douglas, Robert De Niro
12 Years a Slave - Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael Fassbender
The Counselor - Michael Fassbender, Javier Bardem
Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa - Johnny Knoxville, Jackson Nicoll
Wadjda - Waad Mohammed, Reem Abdullah
Folks crowded into The Evening Muse last night for the 15 Short Film Festival, which screens short films - meaning 15 minutes or less - by filmmakers from around the world. The event, in its seventh year, featured more U.S. films than normal and switched up its "experimental" category to "something different," alongside of the usual suspects: comedy, documentary, narrative and animation.
Kicking off the screenings was Crush 472, a U.K. film about a man who obsesses about a woman while he waits in line for his morning cup of joe. From other categories there were not one, but two, basketball-related documentary films (Wilt Chamberlain: Borscht Belt Bellhop and Five/Five) and a gorey, Spain flick called The Acrobat, which came out of the narrative pool.
Now, on to the winners! For the Audience Prize for Best Of Show there was a tie between Caine's Arcade, a documentary about a boy who makes his own arcade out of cardboard boxes inside of his father's auto shop in east L.A. and Harry Grows Up, a comedy about a toddler's adult-like love dilemmas and fascination with the babysitter.
The Jury Prize, also a tie, went to The Exit Room, an action-packed flick about a man's longing to escape a prison-like facility before he is executed, and The Gold Sparrow.
See all the 2013 15 Short Film Festival program below.
A.C.O.D. - Adam Scott, Jessica Alba
Carrie - Chloe Grace Moretz, Julianne Moore
Escape Plan - Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger
The Fifth Estate - Benedict Cumberbatch, Daniel Bruhl
I'm in Love with a Church Girl - Jeff "Ja Rule" Atkins, Stephen Baldwin
Paradise - Julianne Hough, Russell Brand
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