Erscheinungsdatum: 01.02.2006, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: The Complete Guide to Low-Budget Feature Filmmaking, Autor: Becker, Josh, Verlag: Point Blank, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: PERFORMING ARTS // Film & Video // Direction & Production, Rubrik: Theater // Ballett, Film, Fernsehen, Seiten: 220, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 300 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Low-budget sci-fi action feature. In a post-apocalyptic desert wasteland, a warrior named Nakada (Chloe Farnworth) races against time to save the man she loves, who has been bitten by one of the infected Nightwalkers, and she believes an amnesiac named Thorne (Cole Parker) holds the key to his recovery. A deadly virus has turned most of the Earth into savage zombies but Thorne appears to be immune to the infection. With some of their fellow survivors, Nakada, Kevin (Phillip Andre Botello) and Thorne travel through the desert in search of a cure while fighting off the attacks of a group of hostiles.
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Tony Scott's (True Romance, Top Gun, Days of Thunder ) first feature, Loving Memory (1970) was made with assistance from the BFI's Production Board. Beautifully photographed by acclaimed cinematographer Chris Menges - who captures the misty mystery of the Yorkshire moors - the film follows the story of a brother and sister living alone with their memories and a macabre secret. Now one of Hollywood's most bankable UK ex-pats, the then 26 year-old Tony Scott's low budget film achieved critical praise and plaudits for its strong narrative, going on to open the new NFT 2 in September 1970. Also Included here as an extra is Scott's earlier short film, One of the Missing (1968) and Ridley Scott's 1965 short Boy and Bicycle (1965). Special Features: One of the Missing (1968, 26min) An early, taught psychological drama directed by Tony Scott Boy and Bicycle (1965, 27min) Starring Tony Scott and directed by his brother Ridley Scott. All content newly transferred to HD from original film elements held in the BFI National Archive. Fully illustrated booklet featuring essays, credits and biographical information
'The World's greatest city laid bare! Thrill to its gay excitement, its bright lights, but be shocked by the sin in its shadows!' Following on from his Take Off Your Clothes and Live, and influenced by the world-wide success of Italian 'Mondo' movies, which combined documentary footage with staged sequences of salacious effect, legendary British low budget movie mogul Arnold Miller concocted this fascinating exploitation-style documentary. Peering voyeuristically behind the grimy net-curtains of London life into seedy bars and clubs for beatnik 'art lovers', and burrowing beneath the glittering facade of the capital's glamorous cocktail lounges and casinos, London in the Raw provides a cynical, sometimes startling vision of life on and off the rain-spattered streets of 1960s London. Special features: Dual Format Edition: includes both the Blu-ray and the DVD of the film and the extras Remastered to HD from the original negative Alternative, more explicit, version of the feature Three 60s London Sketches; Pub (Peter Davis, 1962, 15 mins); Chelsea Bridge Boys (Peter Davis, Staffan Lamm, 1966, 28 mins); Strip (Peter Davis, Staffan Lamm, Don Defina, 1966, 26 mins); Original trailer Illustrated booklet with essay by novelist and critic Stewart Home
MOTHER ENGLAND MEETS FATHER TERROR! Having made their mark on American horror cinema with three colourful adaptations of Edgar Allan Poe – The Fall of the House of Usher, Pit and the Pendulum and Tales of Terror – Vincent Price and director Roger Corman enjoyed a brief hiatus from the macabre author with Tower of London. Shot in black and white, the film was loosely based on the Universal horror picture of the same name as well as two Shakespeare plays: a dash of Macbeth and a dollop of Richard III. Price plays Richard of Gloucester, brother to a dying king and eager to take his place on the throne. When he is overlooked in favour of their sibling, the Duke of Clarence, things take a murderous turn. Richard goes on a murderous rage, only for the ghosts of those he has slain to return from the grave and haunt him… Less well-known than the Poe movies, Tower of London is no slouch. Price relishes the opportunity to flex his Shakespearean muscles, just as he would eleven years later with Theatre of Blood, and Corman works wonders, as usual, with his low budget. If you’ve ever wondered what a drive-in Shakespeare film would look like, you’re in the right place! SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS: High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD presentation of the feature, transferred from original film elements by MGM Original 1.0 mono audio (uncompressed on the Blu-ray) Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing Brand-new audio commentary by Vincent Price’s biographer David Del Valle and Tara Gordon, daughter of actor-screenwriter Leo Gordon Interview with director Roger Corman Producing Tower of London, an archive interview with producer Gene Corman Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Dan Mumford FIRST PRESSING ONLY: Fully illustrated collector’s booklet containing new writing on the film by Julian Upton
Jim VanBebber’s notorious, blood-drenched cult classic Deadbeat at Dawn rises again on the advent of its 30th anniversary, newly restored for the first time on Blu-ray. Locked and loaded with a raft of new extras, see Deadbeat as you’ve never seen it before – in all its head-busting, bone-crushing glory! Written by, directed by and starring VanBebber, Deadbeat follows the story of Goose – a gang leader whose girlfriend is brutally slaughtered when he attempts to leave the thug life behind. Pulled back into the gang, who’ve now formed an uneasy alliance with the thugs that butchered his girl, Goose sees an opportunity to exact his brutal, deadly revenge. The very definition of DIY, independent filmmaking (VanBebber quit film school after his first year and used his student loan to fund the movie), Deadbeat at Dawn surpasses its low-budget origins to create a revenge movie that delivers more thrills and bloody spills than all of Chuck Norris’ films combined. Special Edition Contents: Brand new 2K restoration from original film elements by Arrow Films, supervised and approved by writer-director Jim VanBebber High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation Original uncompressed PCM mono audio Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing Brand new free-wheeling audio commentary with Jim VanBebber (’Goose’, The Ravens’ Gang Leader), actor Paul Harper (’Danny Carmodi’, The Spyders’ Gang Leader) and guest Cody Lee Hardin, moderated by filmmaker Victor Bonacore (Diary of a Deadbeat: The Story of Jim VanBebber) Jim VanBebber, Deadbeat Forever! – a brand new retrospective documentary on VanBebber and the Deadbeat legacy by Filmmaker Victor Bonacore, featuring first-time interviews, super-rare footage, VanBebber’s college films and much, much more! Archival 1986 behind-the-scenes documentary – Nate Pennington’s VHS documentary on a failed Deadbeat shoot Outtakes, newly transferred in HD Four newly-restored VanBebber short films – Into the Black (1983, 34 mins), My Sweet Satan (1993, 19 mins), Roadkill: The Last Days of John Martin (1994, 14 mins) and Gator Green (2013, 16 mins) Jim VanBebber Music Video Collection, featuring never-before-seen Director’s Cuts Chunkblower – promotional trailer for an unfinished Gary Blair Smith-produced gore-soaked feature film Extensive Image Gallery – Never-Before-Seen Stills! Reversible sleeve featuring newly commissioned artwork by Peter Strain
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