…the winning formula that turns any trailer into the blockbuster smash hit of the season.
Seems about right.
The Map, which is loosely based on the style of a vintage Los Angeles street map has its own Hollywood Boulevard and includes districts dedicated to Hitchcock and Cult British Horror movies. Like most cities it also has its own Red Light area. There’s an A-Z key at the base of the Map listing all the films featured with their release dates and names of the directors.
Available as a 60x80cm print for £25 (+p&p)
It’s about a highly trained team of stoner burnouts who run a news/humour website out of a basement/laundry room of a normal family home…
…No wait, come back!
Stephen Murphy writes:
Film Network Ireland is taking its online networking community into the real world with its first official meetup event. The event is open to any filmmaker looking to make some connections in Ireland and night will come in two parts:
First, is the speed networking event. From 7pm to 8pm, participants will have five minutes to talk to another filmmaker, introduce themselves, exchange information and talk about ideas.
After five minutes, a bell rings and each participant moves on to another person. This happens every five minutes for an hour.
The second part of the evening is the more informal part. Did you meet someone during the speed networking section who you wanted to chat with for longer? This is your chance to do so, as we open the evening to a more organic form of networking.
Yeah yeah, give us the short version.
Tickets are €10 and available here.
A sample of the many references to films of the 70s and 80s in Stranger Things (including The Goonies, Alien, E.T The Extra-Terrestrial, Firestarter, Poltergeist, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Explorers, The Shining, Stand by me, Carrie and Commando), dutifully compiled by Ulysse Thevenon.