Director Denis Villeneuve (previously featured on EK for his amazing work on INCENDIES and short film NEXT FLOOR), continues to amaze after his english debut PRISONERS with the psychosexual mind-bender Enemy.
While no stranger to his work in documentaries and short films, The Rocket marks director Kim Mordaunt’s first narrative feature. A boy and his family living in a small village of Laos must depart on a journey to find their new home.
Director Fred Cavayé energizes the screen with his sleek and slick French action thriller Mea Culpa. A father must protect his loved ones, as his son unfortunately falls witness to a murder. With musical scored by the awesome Cliff Martinez. Action packed trailer after the jump.
The Great Beauty // La Grande Bellezza follows the bedazzled life of an aging journalist, now discovering the ancient and hidden wonders of Rome. Directed by Paolo Sorrentino, and starring Toni Servillo.
Richard Ayoade (previously featured on EK for his debut film SUBMARINE) delivers his sophomore feature The Double. A darkly comedic and psychological work about one young man’s discovery of his doppelgänger.
Rarely do I post about video games here on EK, but once in a rare moment there is that one exception. And this time it’s name is Dear Esther. Filmic and captivating from start to finish. Developed and envisioned by The Chinese Room and Robert Briscoe.