(Re-posted from LimitéMagazine.com)
Each year, lovers of film and television debate the quality of that year’s crop of cinematic content channeled into TV and movie screens worldwide. And although opinions will differ, one undeniable fact is that each year ushers in a new crop of breakout talent, both in front of and behind the camera. Yes, some have been mastering their crafts for years, and each person’s journey is uniquely their own, but it’s often not until the artists are able to express their voices in a singular title that causes viewers to take notice.
Now in its seventh year, Limité is proud to announce the 2015 class of one of its longest-running features, “Faces to Watch.”
Continue reading 2015 Faces to Watch
(Re-posted from Indiewire.com)
NOTE: The video below was removed from YouTube by Sony Pictures Entertainment.
by Oktay Ege Kozak
Writer/Director Damien Chazelle must be enjoying his well-deserved recent success after his excellent debut feature Whiplash was nominated for five Academy Awards and took home the gold for Editing, Sound Mixing, and Best Supporting Actor. However, there was a time when Chazelle’s original feature screenplay about the sado-masochistic relationship between an ambitious jazz drummer and his abusive instructor wasn’t necessarily a hot commodity in Hollywood.
Continue reading Watch: Original Short Film Version of “Whiplash,” Starring Oscar Winner J.K. Simmons