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CINEMACY Selects: ‘Stories We Tell’

Stories We Tell is a documentary revolving around the family of Canadian director Sarah Polley, who, as we learn over the film’s runtime, had quite the tumultuous past. Through a series of interviews and archive footage, she weaves together an intimate story in which everyone involved tells their version of her family’s story. The central focus here is Polley’s late mother, whose wild ways would leave an impact on everyone she encountered, but none more than the director herself. READ MORE...

Contest: ‘Fading Gigolo’ Prize Pack

You've seen him in a number of celebrated American indie movies, and now you can own a piece of that cinematic history. As writer/director John Turturro sets to release his latest feature film, Fading Gigolo, CINEMACY is offering you the chance to win a Fading Gigolo prize pack that includes a signed copy of one of Turturro's most beloved movies, The Big Lebowski, along with the Fading Gigolo original soundtrack! READ MORE...

Leonard Maltin’s 2014 Movie Guide

In celebration of our new site, we're giving away a copy of the New York Times Bestseller paperback, Leonard Maltin's 2014 Movie Guide. With over 15,000 summaries, there's enough information in this book to stump any cinephile. COMPLETE WITH- Leonard's all-new personal recommendations for movie lovers. READ MORE...

‘TKO’

Here at CINEMACY, we like to support everything from Hollywood blockbusters to independent films; When we see something that catches our eye, something that stands out as great filmmaking, we want to share it with you. "TKO," the latest music video from Justin Timberlake, is nothing short of top quality filmmaking from director Ryan Reichenfeld. READ MORE...

Mumford & Sons (& Friends) & The Inevitable Unraveling Of Credibility In “Hopeless Wanderer” (Analysis)

All dust-paved roads were leading to this. How could they not? In an age whose generational youth can be broadly (or unfairly) understood by their misguided sense of identity through contradictions, by extension of the manipulative second life that digital communication allows, it should come as no surprise that the biggest band in 21st century American pop music is a folk quartet who play the banjo and still wear suspenders. And are from England. With their latest music video, Hollywood funnymen Jason Sudeikis, Ed Helms, Jason Bateman, and Will Forte might have just accidentally helped the British folk quartet Mumford & Sons shatter its facade.

Did Spike Jonze just cast ex- “Sofia Coppola” as love interest in newest film “Her”?

If the above title sounds a bit too "National Enquirer"-y for you, I apologize. I am usually the first to acknowledge that there is rarely any time when gossip-style news should be discussed, let alone deemed "important," especially in relation to art, whose definitive artistic motivations shouldn't allow for any culturally-reflexive speculation to add further meaning to. READ MORE...