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Stretching out the film reel, we showcase everything from the most beautiful, independent short films to the most inspiring, top end feature films and stop motion animations. We dig and dive for the hottest upcoming film talents, the tastiest cinematography and the most bizarre story lines.

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A skate revival has hit Hungary, and it’s all on film

Milo Sumner Contributor

By Milo Sumner in New Film on Thursday 19 June 2014

A revolution is rising on the streets of Budapest. In partnership with Vodafone, the industrious skateboarder Balazs Jassek has created a film to combat the inactivity of youth in Hungary, swinging the social media spotlight on to the beginnings of a skate revolution in Hungary.

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The woman who got intimate with a dolphin in the name of research … wait … what?!

Milo Sumner Contributor

By Milo Sumner in New Film on Wednesday 11 June 2014

The Sixties: a time of anything-goes experimentation, hedonism, musical revolution and dolphin-sex. That was no typing error. When a young Margaret Lovatt stumbled across a NASA-funded lab on her home island of St Thomas in the Caribbean, she immediately volunteered to help work with the dolphins that were the subject of the research going on there.

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Godzilla’s anatomy is impossible, says science

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Film on Thursday 22 May 2014

Godzilla is back to wreak havoc – and try to redeem itself from its Matthew Broderick-led 1998 disaster of a movie – as it stomps its way back into theaters this summer. But did you know that realistically speaking, Godzilla’s huge anatomy is impossible? According to Popular Mechanics, ‘Since his first awakening, the radioactive, fire-spewing kaiju has […]

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Before and after the visual effects in blockbuster films

Rachel Oakley Contributor

By Rachel Oakley in New Film on Monday 21 April 2014

Just how much of a movie is made up of special effects? Movies such as Gravity, The Great Gatsby and of course Iron Man 3 all rely on special effects to make their films come to life. But what do these film sets look like without the added effects? Take a look at these images […]

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The world’s only penis museum needs a human penis

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Film on Thursday 17 April 2014

For 40 years, the curator of the one and only penis museum in the world has collected penises from all walks of life; from polar bear penises, to reindeer penises, to whale penises, he has a penis for every specie there is. Except one: a human’s. ‘The Final Member’ is a documentary about the curator’s […]

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Wool 100%: A Japanese fantasy film about Balls of Red Wool

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By Pooi Ee Loh in New Film on Wednesday 16 April 2014

Are you sick of vampires glittering under the sun? Maybe it is time to watch something special. Wool 100% may not be the latest blockbuster that just hit the cinema, but it is a breath of fresh air for jaded eyeballs all the same. Released in 2006, Wool 100% is a Japanese fantasy film with a hidden sense of humour and quirkiness.

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Drop Bears – Attack! of the Killer Koalas is being funded right now with your help

Rachel Oakley Contributor

By Rachel Oakley in New Film on Wednesday 9 April 2014

Kickstarter has some great projects you can back, but this one is probably the most exciting of them all. It’s a film called Drop Bears – Attack! of the Killer Koalas and it looks incredible (like Sharknado looked incredible). Here’s the synopsis: ‘A group of young backpackers go camping in the wild Australian outback. However, […]

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The deadliest actors in blockbuster movies by onscreen kills

Rachel Oakley Contributor

By Rachel Oakley in New Film on Thursday 3 April 2014

If you’ve ever wondered just who is the deadliest man in Hollywood, wonder no more. Computer Scientist Randal Olson has created a comprehensive list that shows Arnold Schwarznegger at the top of the charts, with a total of 369 on-screen kills. That’s pretty badass! Coming in second is Chow Yun-Fat, Sly Stallone and Dolph Lundgren.

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Dark Noir: the first 3D animated film from Brazilian illustrator, Rafael Grampá

Lost At E Minor Contributor

By Lost At E Minor in New Film on Thursday 20 March 2014


We’re always excited by new creative initiatives that push the boundaries a little and reveal new perspectives on old techniques. The short film, Dark Noir, does just that. It’s the first 3D animated film from acclaimed Brazilian illustrator, Rafael Grampá, and the product of #NextFrame, a collaborative project between Absolut, Grampá, and online users from around the world.

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Twenty complete strangers meet and kiss for the first time: watch what happened!

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By Milo Sumner in New Film on Wednesday 12 March 2014

Late last night, filmmaker Tatia Pilieva released her short film entitled First Kiss. It is a project with a simple premise: she invites total strangers into her studio and simply asks them, in their own time, to kiss each other. Beautifully shot, the result is a perfect combination of awkward and heart-warming.

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Oscar nominees embracing younger versions of themselves

Marta Millere Contributor

By Marta Millere in New Film on Tuesday 4 March 2014

A true Photoshop master must have put together these photos of Oscar nominees hugging younger versions of themselves. The results look rather surreal. We might not all agree on the rightful winners of the 86th Academy Awards (Leo, the world wants to take you out for a consolatory cocktail) but one thing is true: they […]

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Somewhat important movies tamed by alternative film titles

Low Lai Chow Contributor

By Low Lai Chow in New Film on Thursday 20 February 2014

Well, just because all movies in the world deserve a reality check. These alternative textual takes on these movie posters have the type of honest-to-goodness spin that we all know is far more true. They are priceless.

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What Difference Does It Make? A Film About Making Music

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Film on Monday 17 February 2014

‘What Difference Does It Make? A Film About Making Music’ is a documentary that explores the different facets, challenges, trials, and rewards of a life in pursuit of music. It even goes as far as to delve deep into the creative minds and personal lives of the artists, just to get a glimpse of what […]

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Australian horror film The Babadook scares everyone at Sundance

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Film on Saturday 1 February 2014

What started as a humble Kickstarter project that barely received funding has turned into the buzz of the Sundance Festival. ‘The Babadook’ wowed critics at Sundance with its tension, drama, and of course, horror, garnering the up-and-coming Aussie writer and director Jennifer Kent much praise. The story is about a widow and her son, who […]

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A Kickstarter film project about Kung Fu and Vikings versus Nazis

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Film on Saturday 1 February 2014

Fancy being a sponsor of an 80s-inspired action comedy film that features arcade-robots, dinosaurs, Nazis, Vikings, mutants, and a Kung Fu-cop? Kung Fury is about a cop who goes back in time to stop Adolf Hitler, aka Kung Fuhrer, from destroying the world with his Nazi empire. How does he plan to do it? With […]

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