Beg Steal Borrow Films’s last effort, China: A User’s Manual (Films) has been granted its own page on IMDb.
To see the page, follow this link here.
The film is a travelogue written by Christian Bouche-Villeneuve as he travels around China with his companion, Sancho Panza.
Christian’s musings and letters to and from Sandor Krasna form the soundtrack to the film, as we see them go in search of the real China and to understand what on earth what on might mean when one says ‘the people’.
The Internet Movie Database page for Common Ground has been created – meaning that the film is one step closer to being real in the eyes of the world.
The film has also been submitted to various festivals – and so fingers are crossed that the film will soon be screened in various places.
If you want a copy, want to arrange a screening, or know anyone who might – then please put them in touch with us.
As for the IMDb link, to see the page click here.
The Internet Movie Database page for Afterimages has appeared online.
Interested parties can check it out here.
The film is still awaiting five votes in order to get a score – so please do get going and vote generously!
En Attendant Godard has a page on the Internet Movie Database.
The rating of the film currently is at a somewhat low 3.1 out of 10 – with only seven votes so far… Perhaps this reflects the difficulty of the film, or it might be that I clicked on 0 by mistake one time while looking at it and hoping to give it 10 stars. Maybe this will rise in time. It’s not a new version of The Room that we have made, after all.
You can see the IMDb entry here.