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Titles in Genre Thriller
Winner - Best Emerging Filmmaker - Tribeca Film Festival
Winner - Competition Award - SXSW Film Festival
"Mr. Eason, using a hand-held camera and a largely new or nonprofessional cast, brilliantly captures the pulse of daily life in working-class, immigrant New York."
- A.O. Scott, The New York Times
"Storytelling at its very best!"
- Duane Byrge, The Hollywood Reporter
"Eason's warm regard for his gutter-mouthed characters and Franky G.'s boisterous debut performance make for an unusually impassioned indie."
- Mark Holcomb, The Village Voice
"The reliably interesting Emmanuelle Devos brings complexity to this sleek, Chabrol-like story of a mother's revenge mission."
- Guy Lodge, Variety
"A mother's haunting grief propels her on an obsessive quest for answers and possible revenge in Moka, a mournful, slow-burning psychological thriller adapted from the 2006 novel by Tatiana de Rosnay. Frederic Mermoud's return to feature films...has a strong affinity with the writing of Patricia Highsmith and the films of Claude Chabrol and should appeal to an audience seeking moral complexity in their thrillers..."
- Allan Hunter, Screen Daily
"A classy and classical psychological thriller."
- Boyd van Hoeij, The Hollywood Reporter
Winner - Best Actor - Cairo Int'l Film Festival
Winner - Best New Director - Netherlands Film Festival
Winner - Best Director - Film Critics of Australia Awards
"[Noise] kicks off with a wallop, then constantly confounds expectations by approaching its subject matter from fresh directions."
- Michael Rechtshaffen, The Hollywood Reporter
ONCE WERE WARRIORS
"It is powerful and chilling, and directed by Lee Tamahori with such narrative momentum that we are swept along in the enveloping tragedy of the family's life."
- Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times
"A gut-grabber from New Zealand...that stays with you for days."
- Edward Guthmann, San Francisco Chronicle
"The actors...deliver authoritative yet sympathetic performances that get at the roots, or rootlessness, of their characters."
- Rita Kempley, Washington Post
"Striking! A smart...handsome drama."
- Sheri Linden, The Hollywood Reporter
"A haunting, elegant film about love, loss and what we'll do to survive."
"Andrea Riseborough delivers a career-defining performance."
- Dylan Jones, GQ
Winner - Best Feature Film - Brussels Jewish Film Festival
Official Selection - Rotterdam Int'l Film Festival
"One of Tribeca's finds of ! It also features the most complex role for an actress in the festival thus far."
- Kent Turner, Film Forward
"A masterful project!"
- Howard Feinstein, indieWIRE
SCHNEIDER VS. BAX
"Putting the "dead" back in deadpan, the ninth feature of van Warmerdam is his most Coen brothers-like film yet, a western in the Dutch wetlands that's as unpredictable as it is darkly funny."
- Body van Hoeij, The Hollywood Reporter
"...the more absurd the circumstances, the more entertaining the movie gets."
- Peter Debruge, Variety
"Van Warmerdam unfolds his rapidly escalating comedy of errors here with remarkable precision and craft."
- Todd Brown, Twitch Film
"Never in a million years would someone be able to watch this film for the first time and guess that it's a debut feature. So assured is the direction, so purposeful is the camera."
- Nikola Grazdanovic, The Playlist
"...crisp, starkly beautiful compositions, contrasting claustrophobic human activity with the ocean's vastness."
- Maggie Lee, Variety
"While the film is expertly made, all its visual thrills are present to serve the characters and their complexly interwoven moral trajectories... "
- Pierce Conran, Twitch Film
SEVEN MINUTES IN HEAVEN
Winner - Best Feature Film - Warsaw Int'l Film Festival
"Unforgettable! [An] impressive feature debut."
- Alissa Simon, Variety