Downtown Week: The 15 Greatest NYC Films!

Yo, dudes! Ahem. I’ll bet you’re enjoying Downtown Week, ain’t ya? And, why not; after all, you’ve never seen anyone wear a T-shirt with ‘I Hate New York’ written on

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Everything You Wanted To Know About Italian Sex Comedies But Were Afraid To Ask… A Filmbar70 Guide

As Sleaze Week draws to a close, we thought we would go all out on the sleaze front and bring some more special guests in to wrap things up. So

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Director of the Month: Aki Kaurismaki

Hello and welcome to Director of the Month, your cut-out-and-keep guide to the very finest auteurs in filmland… This Month: Aki Kaurismaki Nationality: Finnish D.O.B: 4/4/1957 Years active: 1983 –

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DaysAreNumbers – Film of the Day – A Quiet Place in the Country (Elio Petri, 1969)

Franco Nero surely has one of the most breathtakingly varied filmographies in all of cinema… From his beginnings as a spaghetti western icon in Django to Hollywood fare such as Force 10 from

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The overlook presents the films of franco nero

It’s been far too long since we had our friend Paul from LovelockandLoad to write for us. But we start 2013 correcting that by persuading the wonderful Overlook head honcho

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Film of the Day – Tokyo Drifter (Seijun Suzuki, 1966) | DaysAreNumbers

Seijun Suzuki is drinking in the Last Chance Saloon… Or rather, he is drinking in whatever the Japanese equivalent of the Last Chance Saloon is. The year is 1966, and

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Film of the Day – Viva Maria! (Louis Malle, 1965)

Brigitte Bardot, Jeanne Moreau and a gatling gun*… What more could you possibly want from a film? *You know; those funny, spinny proto-machine gun thingys from the westerns. Viva Maria!

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Russell Forever – Days Are Numbers presents Savage Messiah

Days Are Numbers are proud to announce that we are the latest addition to the impressive line-up of hosts for the Russell Forever season – a series of film screenings dedicated to the life and work

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Director of the Month: Ken Russell

Hello and welcome to Director of the Month, your cut-out-and-keep guide to the very finest auteurs in filmland… This Month: Ken Russell   Nationality: English D.O.B: 03/07/1927 Died: 27/11/2011 Years active:

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Blood and Roses

The trouble with Roger Vadim isn’t so much that he is generally regarded as being something of a “divisive” filmmaker, it’s more that to a great number of people he

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