It finally looks like killer shark movie MEG is out of development hell Recently the news broke that action-maestro, Jason Statham has been cast in the lead role in the adaptation of Steve Alten’s killer shark bestseller, Meg. Hey, I am not a fan of Mr Statham, but I can get 100% get why people love him. I wouldn’t go out of my way to watch a Jason Statham movie – but would I watch him battle a prehistoric shark?. Yes, I would, very much-so….shut up and take my cash! Now we have another reason to get excited for MEG, Rainn Wilson (The Office U.S)Read More →


Oaxaca FilmFest announces a new collaboration with Sundance Institute for 2016   Sundance Ignite will participate in Oaxaca FilmFest´s Young Industry and New Industry programs.   (Oaxaca, Mexico) – August 16th, 2016. The International Film Festival Oaxaca FilmFest announced today that Sundance Institute, through its Sundance Ignite Program for 18-to-24-year-old filmmakers, will host three panels during Oaxaca FilmFest this upcoming October 2016. The panels will be showcased at Oaxaca FilmFest’s Young Industry andNew Industry programs. Oaxaca FilmFest 7 This portion of the 8-day Festival is especially popular among film students and filmmakers and has an ideology in direct alignment with that of the Sundance Ignite program, withRead More →


We got treated to some fantastic Asian cinema at year’s Fantasia International Film Festival THE EXCLUSIVE: BEAT THE DEVIL’S TATTOO (South Korea) The film follows a journalist who just can’t seem to catch a break. He is at the lowest point of his life and career. He drinks heavily,  is hated by everyone in his professional life, and also his personal life. After he receives a random tip he comes in the possession of a note. This note was written by a serial-killer who is wanted for murdering 6 people. When he shows the note to his boss he becomes front page news. He is onceRead More →