FOUR PRIESTS ARE EXILED TO A SEASIDE TOWN TO ATONE FOR THE SINS OF THEIR PAST IN THE POWERFUL DRAMA FROM CHILEAN FILMMAKER PABLO LARRAÍN
A 2016 GOLDEN GLOBE NOMINEE FOR BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM
From acclaimed Chilean filmmaker Pablo Larraín (Academy Award Nominee, No) comes the highly lauded film THE CLUB, a taut, blackly comic drama that revolves around a group of priests that are exiled to a small village to atone for the sins of their pasts. Directed and co-written by Larraín, THE CLUB functions as an insightful commentary on individual responsibility and organized religion, as well as an artfully relevant examination of what happens when those two combustible elements are combined.
Congratulations to The 100 Year Old Man Who Climbed Out The Window and Disappeared for today’s Oscar® nomination for Achievement in Makeup and Hairstyling
The 100 Year Old Man Who Climbed Out The Window and Disappeared by Felix Herngren is based on an international bestseller of the same name, which has sold more than six million copies worldwide.
Described as “a start-to-finish rocket-speed riot ” by Colin Covert of the MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE and “a quirky comic odyssey with a winningly off-kilter sense of humor” by Charles Bramesco of THE DISSOLVE, THE 100-YEAR-OLD MAN WHO CLIMBED OUT THE WINDOW AND DISAPPEARED is a sheer delight—an irresistible, madcap adventure about an ordinary man who can’t help but to stumble into one extraordinary circumstance after another! Continue reading Congratulations to The 100 Year Old Man’s Oscar Nomination→
A SPECTACULAR, SMOLDERING PORTRAIT OF THE SONGS, DANCES AND MUSIC OF FLAMENCO, FROM LEGENDARY SPANISH FILMMAKER CARLOS SAURA
FEATURING MORE THAN 20 PERFORMANCES BY SPAIN’S MOST REVERED ARTISTS
From legendary Spanish filmmaker Carlos Saura (Fados, Ay Carmela!, Carmen) comes FLAMENCO, FLAMENCO, a celebration of life, love, passion and, of course, dance. A sequel to his film Flamenco from 1995, FLAMENCO, FLAMENCO offers an impassioned collection of songs and dances, compiling 21 dazzling performances from an ensemble of gifted Spanish musicians, singers, and dancers.
‘BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM’ Poland; Pawel Pawlikowski
Available Now on Blu-ray, DVD and VOD (Amazon Instant Video, Google Play and iTunes)
Following the Academy Award win, Music Box Films would like to congratulate Pawel Pawlikowski on his latest accomplishments for his highly acclaimed film IDA. The film received two Academy Awards® nominations and took home ‘Best Foreign Language Film.’
IDA was #1 on the 2014 Best Film lists by David Denby of The New Yorker and Jake Coyle of The Associated Press and has topped numerous 2014 Best Film lists including: The New York Times, Art Forum, Philadelphia Inquirer, The Star-Ledger, Los Angeles Daily News, Wall Street Journal, Vanity Fair, The Hollywood Reporter, Variety, The Atlantic, Filmmaker Magazine and IndieWire.
The film also won: Best Foreign Language Film and Best Supporting Actress Awards from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association, Best Foreign Language Film from New York Film Critics Circle, as well as Best Foreign Language Film and Best Cinematography from San Francisco Film Critics Circle.
“IDA is an absolutely stunning and emotional film, and we expect these accolades to bring new and appreciative audiences to the film.” says Ed Arentz of Music Box Films.
With a 95% Fresh rating and over 132 reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, IDA, along with its director and cast, has been lauded by critics and audiences worldwide. Thompson on Hollywood’s Ryan Lattanzio raved, “best screen performances, well, ever. Female or otherwise.”