Wyatt Phillips

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Wyatt Phillips Wyatt Phillips is a screenwriter, director, illustrator, and reviewer born and raised in Chicago, IL, he enjoys long walks on the beach, peperoni pizza, and worshiping at the shrine of Stanley Kubrick. Currently transplanted to Los Angeles to pursue a career in writing and directing. To check out his range of work, visit: https://vimeo.com/dwpfilm
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Cinema Without Borders Announces the Best 2016 Holidays' Gifts for filmmakers and film fans

This special time of year comes and catches everyone off guard, but not to worry! Cinema Without Borders has kept an eye out over the past year for products that would serve as great gifts our readership could use or give to fellow filmmaker in the family. Here is the ... Full story

Alibaba Pictures Appoints New CEO

Alibaba Pictures Group is making what it calls a “comprehensive organization and business model upgrade” that it hopes will morph it into a “content-based Goldman Sachs-type organization” that looks to be “hard-nosed” rather than “an adventurer.” In step with the newly ... Full story

The Salesman (Forushande), a modern Iranian masterpiece, an unexpected tragedy in the face of a transforming nation!

The stage is set, the players are ready, and the audience has arrived—but just off stage, life waits in the wings. The Salesman (Forushande), Iran’s Oscar submission for Best Foreign Language Film, takes you into the heart of a community ... Full story

Greg Laemmle Talks Watching Movies To Build Communities

In the age of Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon, along with a growing list of content streaming platforms, where does the movie theater fit in? I would argue, it fits in perfectly; in fact, I would insist that patronizing movie theaters ... Full story

An interview with Marek Tomasz Pawlowski director of 'Touch Of An Angel'

Recently, Cinema Without Borders sat down with Polish filmmaker Marek Tomasz Pawlowski to talk about his heart-rending documentary THE TOUCH OF AN ANGEL that screened last week at the Polish Film Festival, LA, where it won the Hollywood Eagle Documentary ... Full story

53rd INTERNATIONAL ANTALYA FILM FESTIVAL Opens at the newly renovated EXPO 2016 Festival Center

Antalya, Turkey (October 17, 2016)… The International Antalya Film Festival (IAFF) opened to a star studded black tie event which was broadcast live on A Haber from the Turkish Riviera.  Hosted by Festival President: Menderes Türel, The Mayor of Antalya ... Full story

Welcome To A New Adventurous Form Of Receiving Media: Sling TV.

  Cinema Without Borders’ audience has always been keen on the new wave of online entertainment related content and has been asking us about where to turn for the best online broadcasts of live TV. It wasn’t until Sling TV announced ... Full story

GRANDMA’S DAY Wins Bridging the Borders Award offered by Cinema Without Borders at Polish Film Festival LA

Hollywood, CA, October 12th, 2016—Today, the Polish Film Festival Los Angeles named Milosz Sakowski’s directorial effort GRANDMA’S DAY to be the winner of Bridging the Borders Award. The runner up, WHAT I WANT by Damian Kocur, took home the Cinema ... Full story

ASPEN FILMFEST ANNOUNCES AUDIENCE AWARD WINNERS

Aspen Film announced today its balloted Audience Award winners for the 38th Annual Aspen Filmfest.  The films 11:55 and My Blind Brothertied for Audience Award for Best Feature Film.  Mr. Gaga was chosen as Audience Award for Best Documentary Film with The Eagle Huntress as the runner ... Full story

A MAN CALLED OVE Interview With Director Hannes Holm

‘A Man Called Ove’, is directed and adapted by Swedish filmmaker Hannes Holm. Sourced from the New York Times Bestseller of the same name, the original story was written by Fredrik Backman. The film follows Ove, an isolated retiree who ... Full story

THE LOVERS AND THE DESPOT

‘The Lovers And The Despot’ tells the tale of a South Korean Actress, Choi Eun-hee, and director, Shin Sang-ok, who were captured by North Korean dictator Kim Jung Un in the 70’s. Both were held captive with the intention of ... Full story

A Man Called Ove Review

Enough can’t be said about how wonderful this movie will make you feel. Divine waves of ambivalence roll over the mind from scene to scene. Dipping from emotional highs to the unfathomable lows, with a clear persistent reminder of the ... Full story

A Moment of Clarity In VR, James Kaelan Interview

“Presence in the experience is the thing that separates VR from cinema.” Choice words from writer, filmmaker, and all around revolutionary for the true independent model – James Kaelan, the director and co-writer for the Virtual Reality experience ‘The Visitor’. The ... Full story

A Drink From An Oasis In A Cultural Desert, 'Parched' Film Review

Something’s funny here, but it’s not the chauvinism—despite the routine dirty jokes made throughout, ‘Parched’ director Leena Yadav gives insight into rural Indian society by creating a dark satire of the gender divide still present in those communities. With a ... Full story

THE SEVENTH FIRE

There is nothing like being there. When one see’s first-hand the battle waged by others it invokes the saving grace of mankind, empathy. This principal applies especially when looking into marginalized communities found in the heart of first world countries. ... Full story

HOW HE FELL IN LOVE Interview with director Marc Meyers

Not all stories have a bad guy. Not every relationship is lucky enough to have a clear antagonist to stand against and in ‘How He Fell In Love’ it confronts the audience with exactly that. It is within these tales ... Full story

CRISTINA by Michèle Ohayon at Palm Springs ShortFest, an interview

An intimate portrait of a friend who was diagnosed with cancer, CRISTINA is the latest documentary from Academy Award Nominated director Michèle Ohayon. Michele is based in Los Angeles with her company Kavana Entertainment, which is currently engaged with international ... Full story

Alex Gibney’s ZERO DAYS Review

At times, ZERO DAYS sets a dystopian and anxiety-ridden tone. Accompanied by a panic-inducing soundtrack, the dark subject matter can be overpowering. Though this documentary may be psychologically trying to sit through, ZERO DAYS dredges up necessary issues at the ... Full story

A Fight For Change Outside Of The Law, ‘Almost Holy’ Review

A powerful depiction of social movement bordering on vigilantism, ‘Almost Holy,’ directed by Steve Hoover, shines a light on Pastor Gennadiy Mokhnenko and his extreme ministries to combat problems plaguing the heart of Ukraine. These ministries include: kidnaping drug addled ... Full story

National Film Board of Canada Animation Day, a successful event with a packed theater

MONTEREY PARK, CA—East Los Angeles College, Cinema Without Borders, and the National Film Board of Canada came together to celebrate the National Film Board of Canada Animation Day. With many in attendance, both in the audience and on the panel, ... Full story

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