Bunker 15 Partners with ‘Light of the Moon’ for Amazon Debut

Bunker 15 Films has partnered with Imagination Worldwide in marketing the Amazon Prime debut of The Light of the Moon on February 28th. Bunker 15 is a Los Angeles and New York-based company focused on the promotion and distribution of independent films, particularly films slated for SVOD release. Using the latest internet technology and social … Continue reading “Bunker 15 Partners with ‘Light of the Moon’ for Amazon Debut”

Intensity of Editing in Whiplash (2014)

In Whiplash (2014), director Damien Chazelle artfully captures how easily the journey towards exceptionalism can eclipse reason and self regard. While communicating this concept, Chazelle takes jazz music, a subject which is not conventionally dramatic, and creates a tightly-wound suspense thriller with gritty cinematography, intricate editing, and stellar acting performances.   In his Film Comment … Continue reading “Intensity of Editing in Whiplash (2014)”

Adapting Alice

Compared to most adaptations of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Jan Švankmajer’s Alice (1988) or Něco z Alenky, deviates immensely from the original material stylistically, continually forgoing fidelity in order to bring forth the darker, more surrealistic undertones of the novel. This post will aim to examine the “rabbit-hole” sequence in both the text … Continue reading “Adapting Alice”