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Things are heating up in the world of A Serious Man. The film is having it’s international premiere this weekend at the Toronot International Film Festival. New Stills, Clips, and Interviews are showing up all over the place. I’ll try to get a few things down here in this post.
First a Few Stills from the Film. This is the first time we’re seeing Larry’s daughter and son.
Here are some clips.
Here are a few interviews
Sorry for the overloaded post. A lot to catch up on.
Apparently Focus Features gets Web 2.0. Not only are they tweeting about their upcoming films they’re setting up Fan Pages on Facebook for them as well. Great place, after visiting Coenesque, to stay up to date on A Serious Man
I suggested in my previous post that we might have a hint at the A Serious Man poster based on the album art Apple’s using for the trailer. Well, here’s a desktop background worthy version of that same still.
Of course the big news today is that the trailer for A Serious Man has hit the interweb. Not only that if you’re looking at the trailer on apple.com or itunes it includes the below album art. Perhaps it’s a suggestion of what the poster might look like.
The Walker Art Center in Minneapolis will be hosting a Coen dialogue and retrospective this fall. All 13 films will be screened between September 18th and October 17th also a Regis Dialogue with the brothers themselves will take place on Friday September 25th. I just happen to live in Minneapolis so I’m going to make every effort to get there.
The Toronto International Film Festival announced today that the Coen Brothers new film A Serious Man will be premiering there. The festival begins September 10th less than a month before the official US release date. Also participating in the festival will be new work from Michael Moore (Capitalism: A Love Story) and Werner Herzog (Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans).
The studio has sent out the trailer for the Coen Brother’s next film A Serious Man to the media. It’s only a matter of time before the public gets their hands on it. All accounts are that it’s great. Can’t wait.
Every weekend for 8 weeks IFC Center in New York will be screening a different Coen Brothers film. You can catch all the classics at midnight on both Friday and Saturday starting July 24th. Blood Simple, Raising Arizona, Miller’s Crossing, Barton Fink, Fargo, The Big Lebowski, The Man Who Wasn’t There, and No Country For Old Men will all be shown. This is a great chance to catch up on any of the filmography you may have missed in the theater. They missed The Hudsucker Proxy, O Brother Where Art Thou?, Intolerable Cruelty, and The Ladykillers. Do you think they picked the right 8?