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One of the animals – Attenberg review

Attenberg – Starring Ariane Labed, Vangelis Mourikis, and Giorgos Lanthimos. Directed by Athina Rachel Tsangari. Rated MA. By Hilary Simmons. Attenberg¬†is now available on DVD. Attenberg will appeal to you if you like architecture, animal documentaries, and awkwardly choreographed dance sequences. The title comes from the wildlife films of Sir David Attenborough – who surely […]

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Teaser Debut: Alps (from the director of Dogtooth)

The teaser for Alps –¬†Yorgos Lanthimos‘ follow-up to his Oscar nominated nutfest Dogtooth – has arrived online. Wonderfully enigmatic and appropriately bizarre, the trailer offers nothing in the way of plot, but will surely excite those who were transfixed by the horrendous and peculiar events of Lanthimos’ previous flick. According to IndieWire, Alps concerns “a […]

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Sydney Film Festival – Video Interview: Athina Rachel Tsangari (Attenberg)

We spoke with Athina Rachel Tsangari, writer/director of Attenberg, at the 2011 Sydney Film Festival. Check out our chat below! You can read the full transcript of our interview here. Discuss: Did you catch Attenberg at SFF?

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Is Attenberg the new Dogtooth?

Alright, you got us Rotten Tomatoes. Suggesting any film as “this year’s Dogtooth” is a sure fire way of sparking our interest in a movie, which is precisely what they said of Greek drama Attenberg. Heading to Sydney for the 2011 Film Festival, the trailer for Athina Rachel Tsangari’s Attenberg suggests a similarly complex and […]

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