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What We Do in the Shadows What We Do in the Shadows is a 2014 American-New Zealand mockumentary horror comedy film about a group of vampires who live together in Wellington. It was produced by Taika Waititi, Chelsea Winstanley and Emanuel Michael, co-produced by Resnick Interactive Development, Unison Films, Defender Films, Funny or Die and New Zealand Film Commission with music composed by Plan 9 and directed and written by Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement, who also star in the film with Jonathan Brugh, Ben Fransham, Jackie Van Beek, Cori Gonzalez-Macuer, Stu Rutherford, Rhys Darby and Ethel Robinson, it premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2014. The film was theatrically released on August 18, 2014 by Madman Entertainment. The film earned $6.9 million on a $1.6 million budget. Plot Viago, Vladislav, Deacon, and Petyr are four vampires who share a flat in the Wellington suburb of Te Aro.
Hayao Miyazaki fans are in love with this animated student film Gwenn Germain spent five months toiling alone in his room over his senior animation project at the French art school Créapole. But it was worth all the effort: After his gorgeous homage to Hayao Miyazaki went viral in Japan, he's gotten an A+ on the project from the Internet. Titled "Celles et Ceux des Cimes et Cieux," or, "Girls and Guys from Summits and Skies," the two-and-a-half-minute short has a story that's reminiscent of Miyazaki films like The Secret World of Arietty, My Neighbor Totoro and Princess Mononoke. Translated from Germain's description on Vimeo, the pitch is: A young boy who lives in a village that's perched on a giant tree falls into the depths of the forest one day, where he meets two forest-dwelling strangers who help him return home.
The Hidden Fortress · Film Review An influence on Star Wars, The Hidden Fortress is Kurosawa’s most fun film · DVD Review When Star Wars fans start researching the movie’s origins, one of the first things they discover is that George Lucas was heavily influenced by Akira Kurosawa’s 1958 adventure The Hidden Fortress, which involves a princess whose kingdom has been destroyed, a dashing rogue who’s trying to protect her, and two bumbling idiots—one tall, one short. To some extent, the similarity between the films has been exaggerated, even by Lucas himself; he’s credited the two peasants as the model for C-3PO and R2-D2, for example, but the same basic dynamic can be found in Abbott and Costello, Laurel and Hardy, etc. There’s no Luke Skywalker equivalent in Hidden Fortress, and the dashing rogue’s motives are far more noble than Han Solo’s. Formally, all Lucas borrowed from Kurosawa were his frequent horizontal wipes. Nonetheless, the association is beneficial, because The Hidden Fortress is one of the best possible gateways into foreign films.
Als die Sonne vom Himmel fiel Als die Sonne vom Himmel fiel is a 2015 Swiss documentary film. Focussing on the atomic bombing of Hiroshima by the United States Army Air Force on 6 August 1945, it was filmed and produced at locations in the Hiroshima and in the Fukushima prefectures, Japan, and produced by the Japanese-Swiss filmmaker Aya Domenig. Plot (excerpt)
Kikansha Sensei Kikansha Sensei (機関車先生, literally "Locomotive Teacher", a.k.a. "Big Silent Man") is a 2004 Japanese-language film by Ryuichi Hiroki based on the best-selling book by Shizuka Ijuin. Plot A young teacher, Seigo Fujioka, arrives at a school of only seven pupils on a small island where his mother grew up. Due to a kendo accident, Seigo has permanently lost his voice.