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    Sound On Sight Radio Rewind – Episode #163: Dogtooth

    We reviewed the critically acclaimed Dogtooth way back in 2009, but most critics only got around to watching the film in late 2010. Since their is a lot of buzz surrounding the film as of late, I decided to published our podcast again. Enjoy: No two childhoods are exactly alike. For every youth full of […] More

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    Ten Incredible Posters for Last Year’s Best Films

    A while back I posted a beautiful poster for Black Swan, designed by artist/musician Sam Smith. Well now Mr. Smith has released nine more incredible posters which he has created for his favourite films of 2010. Included are three films that made my personal top 10 list (Social Network, Black Swan & Winter’s Bone) and […] More

  • Sound On Sight’s Best Films of 2010 – Part 2

    #20 – Valhalla Rising Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn Nicolas Winding Refn, who made the underrated Bronson in England and the striking Pusher series in Denmark creates a brutal, yet thoughtful, re-envisioning of the Viking saga. This Malick/Jodorowsky hybrid is one of the best looking films in recent memory. Its breathtaking digital photography across the […] More

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    Best Films of 2010 #11 – ‘Dogtooth (Kynodontas)’

    Dogtooth Directed by Yorgos Lanthimos It’s important to note that Dogtooth entered on our top ten list in 2009 at number 3. We have contributors across the globe and since movies are released at different times (sometimes different years) not everyone had a chance to see the film last year. It is somewhat amazing Dogtooth […] More

  • 2009 A Year In Film: Top 10 Films from the Sound On Sight team.

    10– A Serious Man (18 Points) Directed by Ethan Coen & Joel Coen Blending dark humor with profoundly personal themes, The Coen Brothers deliver their most intimate film yet. Expanding upon some of the themes they’ve played with in the past, the film deals with everything from man’s search for meaning, the existence of God, […] More

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    The 100 Best Films of the Decade: 2000 – 2009 (part 5)

    59- Capturing the Friedmans (2003) Directed by Andrew Jarecki Genre: Documentary On the surface, the Friedmans were a typical 1980s American family until on one Thanksgiving Day, when that happy façade came to a crashing halt. After the local police discovered the dad had engaged in the buying and selling of child pornography, they questioned […] More

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    Festival Du Nouveau Cinema ’09: Dogtooth (Kynodontas)

    Dogtooth (Kynodontas) Directed by Giorgos Lanthimos Currently touring the festival circuit is a bizarre Greek film called Dogtooth, the third feature by writer, director, and producer Giorgos Lanthimos. Its plot could be likened to that of American Gothic, focusing on a family living in a large, secluded house. The parents have never allowed their two […] More

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    Red Band Trailer: Dogtooth

    Delivering on the promise he showed with his 2005 feature Kinetta, Yorgos Lanthimos deals a masterful blow below the belt. In his latest triumph, sex is everywhere, tucked away in the David Hockneyesque set pieces, sabotaging the actors’ speech patterns and hiding behind the director’s undisclosed intentions. One of the best pieces of cinema you […] More

  • FNC Fest Picks #5: Dogtooth (Kynodontas)

    < Delivering on the promise he showed with his 2005 feature Kinetta, Yorgos Lanthimos deals a masterful blow below the belt. In his latest triumph, sex is everywhere, tucked away in the David Hockneyesque set pieces, sabotaging the actors’ speech patterns and hiding behind the director’s undisclosed intentions. One of the best pieces of cinema […] More