‘BLUEBIRD’ is the newest title available from WE ARE COLONY with behind-the-scenes extras!

The newest digital release from We Are Colony is from first-time director Lance Edmands (editor of Lena Dunham’s Tiny Furniture) titled BLUEBIRD.   Starring Mad Men’s John Slattery, The Leftovers’ Emily Meade, The Good Wife’s Margo Martingale plus a cameo from Girls’ Adam Driver, Bluebird will available to rent and buy in the US from Monday 25th July with exclusive behind-the-scenes extras. Synopsis: In the northern reaches of Maine, a local school Read More →

3 New Movies to Watch On Demand & In Theaters – Salma Hayek, John Slattery & Nicolas Winding Refn

Jeremy saw this at the Indy Film Fest and interviewed director Lance Edwards. Needless to say, he loved the movie and now it’s available to watch on demand and in theaters! [imdb id=”tt1567279″ plot=”short”] See where you can watch “Bluebird” now, or set an alert to be notified once it’s available on additional platforms. My Life Directed By Nicolas Winding Read More →

Jeremy’s Interview: Lance Edmands, Award-Winning ‘Bluebird’ Writer/Director

If you followed my coverage of the Indy Film Fest, you might remember I was able to catch (review here) the Grand Jury & American Spectrum Prize-Winning Bluebird, written and directed by Lance Edmands. You also might remember that it was my favorite of the films that I saw at the festival. I was curious to learn more about the Read More →

‘Bluebird’ Starring Mad Men’s John Slattery & Lance Edmands’ Grand Jury & American Spectrum Prize Winner

Having gone to my fair share of film festivals, it is rare that I agree with the juries who award the prizes for “best of the fest.” They often see far more in films that I dismiss and frequently don’t give enough credence to those that I love, because as anyone knows my opinion is always correct (wink, wink). The Read More →

50 Snowy Movies for a Cold Weekend – The Reel Big Show

It’s hard to keep track of all the movies we talked about in this episode. It was so much fun to think of them! Below you’ll find them all. Please let us know in the comments what your favorite snow movie is! http://reelnewsdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/RBS_Ep061_Snowmaggedon.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download

Heartland Film Festival 2014 Jeremy’s Review: Ragnar Bragason’s ‘Metalhead’ Is Pure Icelandic Wonder With a Sparkling Performance by Lead Thorbjorg Helga Thorgilsdottir

Few countries produce as consistently high quality of film as Iceland. In my estimation, that is. The quantity of films that it produces is low, well at least those that somehow cross the pond and make it onto American screens, usually at film festivals such as Heartland. There are four Icelandic films that I’ve seen in this manner – Nói Read More →

Jeremy’s Interview: Lance Edmands, Award-Winning “Bluebird” Writer/Director

If you followed my coverage of the Indy Film Fest, you might remember I was able to catch (review here) the Grand Jury & American Spectrum Prize-Winning Bluebird, written and directed by Lance Edmands. You also might remember that it was my favorite of the films that I saw at the festival. I was curious to learn more about the Read More →

Jeremy Goes to the Indy Film Fest: William MacGillivray’s ‘Hard Drive’ Is a Drive Best Skipped

Plan as you may, every film that you see can’t be a winner. This holds especially true at film festivals where pre-festival exposure to the films playing is sometimes nil. That’s the exciting thing about going to a festival. You may stumble across an unheralded gem or you may find a film that turns you off completely, sort of a Read More →

Jeremy Goes to the Indy Film Fest: Lance Edmands’ Grand Jury & American Spectrum Prize Winner ‘Bluebird’ a Well-Deserving Winner

Having gone to my fair share of film festivals, it is rare that I agree with the juries who award the prizes for “best of the fest.” They often see far more in films that I dismiss and frequently don’t give enough credence to those that I love, because as anyone knows my opinion is always correct (wink, wink). The Read More →