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Found 3 results

  1. Tyler

    The Modern Ocean

    Shane Carruth's next movie, The Modern Ocean, will be about shipping lanes, and it will have a much larger cast than he's worked with before: "about 30 people: 10 in an ensemble and about 20 for the supporting cast." He also says that he admired A Hijacking and Captain Phillips, but The Modern Ocean is not going to tackle the "Somali pirate angle."
  2. Link to our thread on Primer (2004) and A Topiary (in development). - - - PRIMER Director Shane Carruth Preparing UPSTREAM COLOR For November Shoot It's taken a while but Primer director Shane Carruth is getting back in the director's chair. While word surfaced last year about his upcoming scifi epic A Topiary that project has proven so large and complex to set up that while the pieces come together - and he assures that they are coming together - Carruth is currently planning to shoot a different feature in November. Titled Upstream Color little is known about the project beyond that it is being described as a "romance / drama / thriller". The only other information available comes from the casting call notes: . . . Twitch, October 11
  3. Overstreet

    Primer (2004)

    Tonight I'll be attending a sneak preview of Primer. I notice that Sundered has placed it in his 2004 Top Ten. Anybody else seen it? I've noticed some comparisons to Kubrick in early reviews, and the trailer is really a grabber.
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