Zantrox and Stockbroker has been chosen to represent the UK during the 2010 Cannes Film Festival thanks to indie-screeners Cannes in a Van. Since 2008 they have been screening films on the Croisette during the prestigious Cannes Film Festival and attracting top-tier british film luminaries such as Mike Figgis and Mike Leigh.
The DFF kicked off last night with a show of Competition shorts at the Roxie. It was a very strong show with some new work in the Disposable genre that was nothing short of astonishing. Lots of interest for the Jim and Heinz show on Saturday (2pm, ATA) . Tomorrow sees the long-awaited [...]
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SAN FRANCISCO- The Disposable Film Festival starts tomorrow with a lineup of cool films all made with non-traditional hardware – stuff like digital cameras, flatbed scanners, phones- basically anything that can record an image that isn’t a normal video camera. Being such a progressive bunch they’ve taken a shine to Blunt’s [...]
Jim and Heinz enjoy a stroll through the gardens of Vienna’s beautiful ‘Schloss Belvedere’. They soon learn what a Rondo is and why it’s better to go one way round it rather than another.
To be precise, Heinz’s Halloween Horror. What starts as a simple game with a few plastic dinosaurs quickly degenerates into multiple murder and extra-dimensional confusion- and where does Tarantino fit into all of this?
Heinz’s Halloween Horror just showed at London’s Exploding Cinema to a rapturous crowd and heralds a chapter in the life [...]
The latest film to roll off the Blunt Production line, ‘Zantrox and Stockbroker’ is now finished and will be sneak-previewed at Kino 10 film club on Wednesday 21st October.
The story of a lost childhood toy robot called Zantrox who pays a surprise visit to its old owner who has now grown up and [...]
Jim and Heinz encounter a small setback in 'Critical Error=True'
Now wrapped and in the edit… the latest Jim and Heinz film ‘Critical Error=True’ will be a metaphysical search for the source of the Internet, and in particular Heinz’s lost 80,000 word article on why Jacky Chan should be the next Dr. Who. [...]