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Martin Koolhoven's BRIMSTONE

BRIMSTONE is a triumphant epic of survival set in the searing wilds of the Badlands, the menacing inferno of the  old  American West.  A tale of powerful womanhood and resistance  against  the  unforgiving cruelty of  a  hell  on earth.  Our heroine is Liz, carved from the beautiful wilderness, full of ... Full story

Lincoln in the Bardo, by Graham Sack

Lincoln in the Bardo is a New York Times VR project based on a book by George  Saunders and written and directed by Graham Sack. In Lincoln in the Bardo, American master George Saunders delivers his most original, transcendent, and moving ... Full story

Asghar Farhadi talks about his new film and his second Oscar

Iranian director Asghar Farhadi gave a master class Tuesday at the Doha Film Institute’s Qumra event and subsequently also spoke to a small group of journalists, all via Skype from Madrid where he is in pre-production on his untitled next ... Full story

An exclusive CWB interview with Academy Award Winner Albert Wolsky about THE SALESMAN Oscar

Almost a week after the Oscar award ceremony and announcement of the Asghar Farhadi’s The Salesman as the winner of the Best Foreign Language Oscar, there is heated debate in social media over this film and its Oscar. There are ... Full story

Tomer Heymann's MR. GAGA

Coming straight from an exciting film festival run as Audience Award Winner at SXSW, Best Documentary at Sofia International Film Festival, Audience Choice at IDFA and San Francisco Film Festival, BFI London Film Festival, HotDocs, Full Frame and more, Abramorama ... 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

Rick Champagne talks about HP Workstations

HP Bridging The Borders Award, offered by Cinema Without Borders at Palm Springs International film Festival in early January is now a well-recognized award in the film community around the world. CWB will be a running a series of articles ... 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

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

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

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