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ActionFest, the world's only international film festival devoted exclusively to action cinema and its unsung heroes, will once again showcase the most exciting action films from around the globe, pay tribute to the stuntmen, fight…Continue
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Splendid Film has acquired Josh Hartnett starrer "Bunraku" for German-speaking territories and the Benelux countries.
The Cologne-based distribution company picked up at last September’s Toronto International Film Festival…
From twisted tales of the mind, ghosts of unforgivable pasts, and stories about the effect of fear on the state of one’s mind, this year’s Dubai International Film Festival is features a new segment that will thrill lovers of horror and spine-tingling films.
While IMDB is stating that BUNRAKU, starring Josh Hartnett is scheduled for release this month. One of the Movie’s producers, Keith Calder, announced on his Twitter that it is being released sometime in 2011.
The 23rd Tokyo International Film Festival was pleased to announce on October 15, 2010 that BUNRAKU has been added to the line-up for its 2010 edition as a Special Program. Two screenings are scheduled on October 27 and October 29, 2010.…
Mumbai Academy of Moving Image (MAMI) is pleased to announce that BUNRAKU will be screening on October 24, 2010 as part of the World Cinema section at the Mumbai International Film Festival 2010. The World Cinema section focuses on screening the best films from all over the… Continue
BUNRAKU takes the combined talents of Josh Hartnett, Woody Harrelson, Demi Moore and Ron Perlman and places them in an utterly insane universe where cowboys clash with samurai warriors and megalomaniacal despots in a hyper-real, hyper-stylised environment.
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According to DNA INDIA, BUNRAKU will be showcased at Mumbai Film Festival 2010.
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The Toronto International Film Festival is home to screenings of many Oscar hopefuls, foreign language films too obscure to see release, and documentaries about the soul of man or whatnot. But it also hosts the fantastically intertwining Midnight Madness series, 10 nights of movies mean to thrill you, scare you, or just let you witness something totally awesome. Falling into that latter category more than any other in this year's program was Guy… Continue
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Taking place mere weeks after the Telluride and Toronto International Film Festivals, Fantastic Fest is the cinematic equivalent of a hot fudge sundae that follows a meal full of vegetables. Founded in Austin, TX in 2005 by Alamo Drafthouse purveyor Tim League, Paul Alvarado-Dykstra, screenwriter Tim McCanlies,… Continue
Israel-born, US based director Guy Moshe talks about his film BUNRAKU, which is screening in Toronto’s Midnight Madness section.
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Josh Hartnett encourages ‘BUNRAKU’ director Guy Moshe to keep experimenting
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Day three, and the fatigue is already setting in. Lunch was nonexistent, and dinner was some of the best hors d’oeuvres I’ve had in a long time, at the BUNRAKU party. One of the major fringe benefits of being engaged to the Midnight Madness programmer is that he’s the sort of classy gent who talks me up to his guests, makes me sound charming and delightful, and… Continue
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BUNRAKU will be premiering as an official selection of the Premiere Screenings section at Fantastic Fest 2010 in Austin, Texas, USA… Continue
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Remember the name Guy Moshe, as I have a feeling we're going to be hearing a lot from him once people get a load of BUNRAKU. The press notes for this film compare it to 300, and SIN CITY, but don't worry, BUNRAKU is not the second coming of THE SPIRIT, which was another film that was sold in that way. BUNRAKU is very much graphic novel come to life, but the style could not be more different than those films.
Rather than comics, BUNRAKU…
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In writer/director Guy Moshe‘s BUNRAKU, a silent stranger rides into a lawless town on a rickety train. Let’s call this cowboy The Drifter (Josh Hartnett). He heads straight for the bar, looking for The Woodcutter (Ron Perlman), the most powerful man east of the Atlantic.… Continue
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