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North Bend 2021 Review: Sion Sono’s THE RED POST ON ESCHER ST., A Love Letter Written In Pain, Tragedy And Cinematic Jacquerie
More than thirty years into his career, ceremony remains on-going for acclaimed director Sion Sono’s eclectic approach to cinema. That no less includes the praise and approval among fans witnessing one of his latest film-within-a-film (within-a-film) effort, The Red Post On Escher St., a “graduation project” of sorts comprised of students from his acting workshop, and shot in a way that lends an extra layer of perceptive depth to the overall environment and setting.
North Bend 2021 Review: CODENAME: NAGASAKI, An Artist’s Rendering Of Self-Discovery And Forgiveness
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North Bend 2021 Review: NINJABABY Strikes With The Stroke Of A Pen, And Hearty Comedy And Drama
Yngvild Sve Flikke’s sophomore feature, Ninjababy, is not unlike maternity-driven narrative comedies you might’ve seen in your heyday, except you’ve probably never seen one so well decorated with animated interludes and characters in between scenes and segments. This was an interesting story to watch unfold with graphic visual artistry key to the progression of the story with actress Kristine Kujath Thorp leading the cast from a script by Flikke and by Johan Fasting and Inga Sætre.
North Bend 2021: A Shortlist Of Five Titles To Check Out At The 4th Annual Film Festival
Fans looking to engage the fourth-annual North Bend Film Festival launching on July 15 are in for a treat this year, with events available for both in-person AND remote viewing from home. Purchasing details are available at the website, and so while you’re sifting through the deets, some of us here at FCSyndicate have already managed to look at a few of the titles so far that have taken to our liking, some with screenings and reviews pending, of course.
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