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Neue Trailer zum Mathematik-Drama „The Man who knew Infinity“, dem türkischen Horrordings „Baskin“ (lief auf dem FFF, Kurzreview hier), dem animierten Biopic „Loving Vincent“, dessen Frames aus Ölgemälden bestehen, dem Drogencrimefundings „The Preppie Connection“, der Doku „Goodnight Brooklyn - The Story of Death By Audio“, Terrence Malicks Existenzialismusgelöt „Knight of Cups“ und dem unoriginell, aber trotzdem nett aussehenden „Havenhurst“.
Growing up poor in Madras, India, Srinivasa Ramanujan Iyengar earns admittance to Cambridge University during WWI, where he becomes a pioneer in mathematical theories with the guidance of his professor, G.H. Hardy.
A squad of unsuspecting cops goes through a trapdoor to Hell when they stumble upon a Black Mass in an abandoned building.
Loving Vincent features over one hundred and twenty of Vincent Van Gogh's greatest paintings. The plot, drawn from the 800 letters written by the painter himself, lead us to the significant people and events in the time leading up to his unexpected death.
Loving Vincent will be the world's first feature-length painted animation, and is brought to you by Oscar winning film companies Breakthru Films and Trademark Films. Every frame in the Loving Vincent movie is an oil painting on canvas, using the very same technique in which Vincent himself painted.
A student at a private school uses his connections to establish a drug trafficking network at his school.
„Goodnight Brooklyn - The Story of Death By Audio“ brings viewers inside the last underground venue for music and art in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, a neighborhood once defined by its cultural contributions to the city of New York. The film chronicles the origins, community-building, influence and ultimate closure of one of Brooklyn's best DIY venues, ironically at the hands of a former champion of their efforts.
Knight of Cups follows writer Rick (Christian Bale, The Fighter, American Hustle) on an odyssey through the playgrounds of Los Angeles and Las Vegas as he undertakes a search for love and self. Even as he moves through a desire-laden landscape of mansions, resorts, beaches and clubs, Rick grapples over complicated relationships with his brother (Wes Bentley) and father (Brian Dennehy). His quest to break the spell of his disenchantment takes him on a series of adventures with six alluring women: rebellious Della (Imogen Poots); his physician ex-wife, Nancy (Cate Blanchett); a serene model Helen (Freida Pinto); a woman he wronged in the past Elizabeth (Natalie Portman); a spirited, playful stripper Karen (Teresa Palmer); and an innocent Isabel (Isabel Lucas), who helps him see a way forward.
Rick moves in a daze through a strange and overwhelming dreamscape — but can he wake up to the beauty, humanity and rhythms of life around him? The deeper he searches, the more the journey becomes his destination.
Havenhurst is about a guilt-ridden young mother who checks out of rehab into a swanky apartment complex run by a sadistic manager. There she is drawn into the mysteries of Havenhurst, in particular the unsolved disappearance of the apartment’s previous occupant and the dark forces that lurk within.