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Friday Night Film - THE HOUSEMAID

As this year's Cannes comes to a close the buzz surrounding Park Chan-wook’s latest film is cause for serious anticipation. Due for distribution via MUBI in the coming months, Decision to Leave is a noir-tinged murder mystery that sees Chan-wook swaps his trademark visceral thrills for an elegantly paced and playful crime romance that is augmented by a star turn from Chinese actress Tang Wei as the seductive widow Seo-rae who becomes the prime suspect in a detective’s investigation of…

Static Vision acquires That Kind Of Summer for AUS/NZ distribution

Static Vision are proud to announce our second acquisition of 2022, straight from the Berlinale Competition. Denis Côté's provocative That Kind of Summer (Un été comme ça) finds three young women probing their hypersexuality during a month-long rest home retreat, a form of oblique and unspecified experimental therapy overseen by a troubled social worker.

The Must-List: Seven Films About Summer Vacations Gone Off the Rails

From Olivia Colman’s fraught sojourn to the Greek Isles in The Lost Daughter to Jessie Buckley’s terrifying trip up the M5 to the English countryside in Men, taking a little “me time” away from home is often the single biggest mistake any movie character could possibly make. Horror, psychological drama, comedy, mystery, rom-com; the genre hardly matters. In film, the simple act of taking a vacation is rarely the relaxing, restorative interlude one hopes that it might be, placing uneasy personalities in uncertain—even harrowing—circumstances.

The Films That Influenced ‘The Thing That Ate The Birds’

It’s hard to recall if any specific film/s influenced The Thing That Ate the Birds as we were primarily inspired by living for a time on the Yorkshire moors and getting to know the local Gamekeepers. But we do remember using the opening twisted up body from It Follows alongside the photographer Gregory Crewdson as reference for the final shot. We also remember discussing the one-two punch of ‘Blue Ruin/Green Room’ as a starting point for a deliberate and controlled…

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