The Clapper Bored is pleased to present a world exclusive poster launch for the film The Flight of the Flamingo. The poster, designed by Daniel Gaze, plays on the movie’s location (London) and the basic plot that sees a group of young men steal a [...]
Browsing all posts from August, 2012.
I don’t remember the last funny film that Ben Stiller made but the sad fact is that it was probably Dodgeball. And so, with a sense of trepidation, I went to see The Watch a new film with Stiller, Vince Vaughn (another man of no [...]
There have been a lot of grim films made about the IRA and Shadow Dancer, to an extent, continues in the vein. Life in Belfast is represented in a very earthy way; all Formica and MDF. But James Marsh, the director of the superb Man [...]
The Imposter is a weird blend of live action and documentary filmmaking. It’s hard to find a stylistic predecessor, even with films like Touching the Void setting the standard in the genre, as the film wilfully merges and manipulates the recollections and re-enactments. It’s a [...]
The found footage format has been applied to pretty much everything and it’s become synonymous with tedious, cheaply made horror movies like Paranormal Activity and The Devil Inside. Recent attempts to expand the genre haven’t exactly set the world on fire, Chronicle and Project X [...]
I’ve been through the hard sweat of crowdfunding. It was exhausting; I almost failed my exams and thought I was going to have an aneurism on about four occasions. I was making my movie because I figured ‘why wait?’. Well, Jack Marchetti, the director of [...]