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    Best Films of 2010 #8 – ‘Rabbit Hole’

    Rabbit Hole Directed by John Cameron Mitchell Making a major change of pace, director John Cameron Mitchell shifts away from profiling the eccentric characters that populated Hedwig & The Angry Inch and Shortbus with Rabbit Hole, and delivers an emotionally powerful film about a couple dealing with the death of their young son. Mitchell is […] More

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    Sound On Sight Radio #250: Top 10 of 2010

    Recently we celebrated our 250th episode of the Sound On Sight podcast. It was a huge success with Adam Kempenaar of Filmspotting and Matt Singer of the IFC podcast joining us for reviews of True Grit and Tron Legacy. We also counted down our top ten films of 2010 and in case you missed it, […] More

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    Sound On Sight Radio #249: Director John Cameron Mitchell

    For an hour Ricky D has been breathlessly waiting years to do, he and Simon take on director John Cameron Mitchell’s brief but already incredibly diverse filmography: 2001’s trans-glam musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch, 2006’s unsimulated-sex-infused melodrama Shortbus, and of course Rabbit Hole, an adaptation of the acclaimed stage play of the same name, […] More

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    John Cameron Mitchell to Direct ‘The Ruined Cast’ & Upcoming Neil Gaiman Adaptation

    According to The Playlist, John Cameron Mitchell is producing an animated feature for writer and artist Dash Shaw – the creator of Bottomless Belly Button and the man also responsbible for the comic book featured within Mitchell’s new film Rabbit Hole (read my review here). Mitchell was reported saying, “I’m actually producing his animated feature […] More

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    The Most Anticipated Films for the Rest of 2010 Part 2

    30) Rubber Yes its the killer tire movie. I don’t think I have to say any more! 29) Rabbit Hole John Cameron Mitchell is one of my heroes. His 2001 glam-rock musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch is my favorite film of the past decade, and his sophomore experiment Shortbus featured real sex and was […] More