1. The Artist - Michel Hazanavicius


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    for more go to: www.nsmcreative.com like us on FB: www.facebook.com/pages/NSM-Creative/254607378070179 Produced for NBC's "Last Call with Carson Daly" Director / Producer: Joe LaMattina DP: Michael Lockridge Editor: Joe LaMattina Sound: Mike Baum GRFX: Justin Altman Camera Assist: Chris Phelps Special Thanks to Carson Daly, Stewart Bailey, Cinefamily.org, Omar & Uggie

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    • Birdemic: Shock And Terror Official Theatrical Trailer


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      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TIM AND ERIC TO HOST WORLD PREMIERE OF ‘BIRDEMIC: SHOCK AND TERROR’ ON FEBRUARY 27TH IN LOS ANGELES Severin Films Partners with The Cinefamily to Debut James Nguyen’s ‘Romantic Thriller’ LOS ANGELES, CA, February 10, 2010 – Severin Films (http://www.severin-films.com/) today announced that Tim and Eric, creators and stars of Adult Swim sketch comedy show Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!, will host the highly-anticipated world premiere of BIRDEMIC: SHOCK AND TERROR (www.birdemic.com), on February 27th at The Cinefamily in Los Angeles, California. Following the screening, Tim and Eric will lead a Q&A with writer/producer/director James Nguyen and stars Alan Bagh and Whitney Moore. Severin is working on transforming the theater into a temporary aviary with epic displays of BIRDEMIC special effects, props and costumes that will put the Smithsonian to shame. An EPK video for BIRDEMIC can be viewed at http://vimeo.com/9082600. Fans can connect with BIRDEMIC on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/birdemic), Twitter (http://twitter.com/birdemic) and the Web (www.birdemic.com). “Finally, Birdemic will have its proper and much-deserved debut,” said Carl Daft, CEO and co-founder of Severin Films. “Modern comedy legends, Tim and Eric, are beyond generous to host Severin’s world premiere of the film—we can’t think of a more fitting introduction to this night of groundbreaking cinema.” BIRDEMIC, described by Nguyen as “a romantic thriller,” is a horror/action/special-effects-driven love story about a young couple trapped in a small Northern California town under siege by homicidal birds. BIRDEMIC also tackles topical issues of global warming, avian flu, world peace, organic living, sexual promiscuity and lavatory access. Nguyen, a 42-year-old Vietnamese refugee, wrote, cast and shot the film over the course of four years using salary from his day job as a mid-level software salesman in Silicon Valley. The film pays homage to Hitchcock’s THE BIRDS via location shooting in Mission Bay, California, as well as an appearance by star of THE BIRDS Tippi Hedren (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tippi_Hedren). When rejected for an official screening slot at Sundance, Nguyen spent eight days driving up and down the festival’s nearby streets in a van covered with fake birds, frozen blood and BIRDEMIC posters, while loudspeakers blared the sounds of eagle attacks and human screams. The tactic caught the attention of festival organizers, filmgoers and local police, as well as executives from Severin Films. Severin’s executives walked into a screening, took one look at Nguyen’s masterwork, and immediately locked up BIRDEMIC’s worldwide rights for the next twenty years. Discussions are currently underway for Severin to add an additional thirty years to the initial agreement. About Severin Films Severin Films was formed in May 2006 with offices in Los Angeles and London. Hailed as “cheerfully perverse folks” by the New York Times, the label is dedicated to restoring and releasing the most provocative and controversial features from around the world for DVD and Blu-ray. Their previous successes include Enzo Castellari’s original action classic THE INGLORIOUS BASTARDS; Richard Stanley’s HARDWARE; THE SINFUL DWARF; lifetime Goya Award winner Jess Franco’s MACUMBA SEXUAL and BLOODY MOON; Walerian Borowczyk’s IMMORAL WOMEN; the unrated Director’s Cut of GWENDOLINE starring Tawny Kitaen; and Oscar® nominee Patrice Leconte’s international hits THE HAIRDRESSER’S HUSBAND and THE PERFUME OF YVONNE. Contact: Chris Macowski Cornerstone [Public Relations] 212 652 9278 chris@cornerstonepromotion.com

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      • First Memories - David Kramer


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        We all spend so much time trying to define ourselves by the future and what we are going to do. We rarely look back at the moments in life that truly define who we already are. YourFirstMemory.com is the opposite of thinking about the future. It is a place where interesting people that I know and meet share their first memories. Each week their will be a new editorial piece about the featured person followed by a their short video. David Kramer of Family bookstore & Hope Gallery tells YourFirstMemory.com about his pigeon holes and their symbols. Visit the site to view more (starting next week) and to read the editorial.

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        • Cat Puke


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          Finally, Cat Puke. Music by Ghost Puncher. http://slaveclothes.tumblr.com/ http://soundcloud.com/ghost-puncher

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          • Making Mr Tastee's Head


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            I made Mr Tastee's head for Cinefamily's Pete & Pete reunion at the Orpheum Theater. Here is how I made it in super fast motion. Music: Mean Girls

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            • EIF - CUTE ANIMAL (web)


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              Tickets & Info: http://bit.ly/15Tm56K If there’s one Festival weekend morning truism that we bank on, it’s that we know how to make you squeal with an avalanche of kitties, puppies, ponies, bunnies — an avalanche of found-footage adorability. Last year’s Festival brought you “The Feline Gaze” — and this time, we’ve opened the doors big and wide on a bona fide animal kingdom cavalcade of cuteness that’s sure to leave you wagging your tail and howling for more. We’ll be exploring the realm of the cuddly from every angle: cats vs. dogs, birds vs. cats, goats vs. goats, sloths vs. baby hedgehogs — every organism that ever made us go “awww.” Plus, we’ll present a curated selection from Lost & Found Film Club’s endless archive of 16mm films from the golden age of cute. WARNING: You may find that your heart has grown three sizes larger by the end of this program.

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              • VIDEO NIGHTS: The Drifting Classroom (trailer)


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                Presented with the cooperation of the Japan Foundation Los Angeles. Never released on DVD — even in Japan! For the lucky ducks reading this who’ve seen Nobuhiko Obayashi’s masterpiece House, you know that the man knows how to make a crazy movie. The normal language of film you’re accustomed to is left for dead, with virtually every aesthetic choice being completely hypnotic and magical. Loooosely based on the manga by visionary Kazuo Umezu (“Cat Eyed Boy”), The Drifting Classroom’s “international high school” is populated by a ragtag team of Annie-esque English-speaking kids of all stripes. During an impromptu jam session of “Here Comes The Bride”(?!), a tornado hurls the entire school into an alternate dimension time-slip — and as the baffled students and faculty (led by ‘50s teen idol Troy Donahue) navigate through a desert wasteland, giant bugs tear through the children like twigs, a gripping madness immediately sets in with the children, and hell breaks loose at every turn! With an impossible Neverending Story-meets-Twilight Zone vibe, the fantastic and the bleak blend together beautifully with this baby; this one is so face-melting your head will be a panini by the time it’s over. Dir. Nobuhiko Obayashi, 1987, digital presentation, 104 min. Watch Cinefamily’s original trailer for The Drifting Classroom! NOTE: this trailer contains our original “Video Nights” showdate of Saturday, May 11th. This encore screening will take place on Friday, May 18th.

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                • Animation Breakdown Bumpers


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                  Compilation of short bumpers done for Cinefamily's Animation Breakdown Festival, held at the Silent Movie Theater in Los Angeles, CA. For more information on Cinefamily and the wonderful screenings they put together visit their website at www.cinefamily.org

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                  • An Evening With Bruce Bickford (trailer)


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                    The Cinefamily, along with co-presenters Cartoon Brew and Animation Block Party, is proud to present ANIMATION BREAKDOWN — a six-day festival celebrating the greatest in mind-expanding international animation, old and new, shorts and features! Join us December 4th for An Evening with Bruce Bickford! Tickets: http://tinyurl.com/73bn3hx

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                    • Erotique Fantastique Masquerade Ball


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                      THURS JUNE 2nd Erotique Fantastique Masquerade Ball with Rape of the Vampire: Re-Vamped & Re-Mixed (feat. live score by Demdike Stare + Anworth Kirk!) Tickets & Info: http://tinyurl.com/43lr2n6 It’s a gothic erotic masquerade, featuring a live set by Geneva Jacuzzi, dark disco dance party DJ sets by the Killing Spree crew, and a live score to a special re-vamped version of Jean Rollin’s Rape of the Vampire, the very first French vampire film! One of the most underrated and misunderstood directors to emerge from the rising smoke of the 1968 Parisian social explosion, Rollin is best known for his films in the “fantastique” genre (the French tradition of blending horror and fantasy) -- and Rape of the Vampire, with its hypnagogic non-linear narrative, coupled with copious amounts of sex and violence, is a mesmerizing masterpiece of surrealist horror itching for re-interpretation! Tonight, UK haunt-ologists Demdike Stare + Anworth Kirk conduct a darkly hypnotic, beat-driven, industrial-concrete and ghost-ambient backbeat to this moody black-and-white classic -- so don your velvet cape and harlequin headgear, and step out in style! Seriously, it’s a Masquerade Ball -- so come in costume!

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