Weekly Rushes. 30 September 2015

Trailer for restorations of "Out 1" & "Dragon Inn," fan poster for "Mulholland Dr.," double feature online release of great indies, & more.
Rushes collects news, articles, images, videos and more for a weekly roundup of essential items from the world of film.

  • Above: The unsubtitled trailer for Carlotta Films' new restoration of Jacques Rivette's cinephile "holy grail," Out 1, noli me tangere, which will soon be making the rounds in cinematheques, on home video, and online.
  • Big news from filmmakers and Notebook contributors Gina Telaroli and Kurt Walker: they are staging a two-week online release in November of their latest feature films, Telaroli's Here's to the Future! and Walker's Hit 2 Pass. Find out more information here. These are must-sees!
  • Via Variety, Steven Soderbergh is gearing up for a new HBO show, Mosiac, a "choose your own adventure project."
  • The New York Times has given Nathaniael Dorsky and Jerome Hiler, two of the most special avant-garde filmmakers working today, a beautiful article dedicated to their on-going retrospective at the New York Film Festival.
  • Above: a lovely fan poster by Kevin Tong for David Lynch's Mulholland Dr.
  • For the Criterion Collection, Geoffrey O'Brien writes on Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom.
  • Above: The latest trailer for Takashi Miike's Yakuza Apocalypse, which Fernando F. Croce saw in Toronto and described as an "underworld/supernatural mishmash, as usual with this mind-bogglingly prolific Japanese agitator" where "violence is less an invading force than a presiding one, a substance forever hanging in the air, waiting for the smallest spark to explode."
  • Speaking of David Lynch, Robert Gaither and Anja Luzega have designed a zany little game rhythm game based on Twin Peaks, appropriately titled Fire Dance with Me. Play for free here.
    • Finally, a delicious-looking trailer for a new restoration of King Hu's magnificent wuxia classic, Dragon Inn.


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