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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted 28 days ago
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The new short film “Harmony” is sure to leave audiences unnerved when it premieres at the 2014 HollyShorts Film Festival on August 19th at the TLC Chinese Theatre and Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood.

This supernatural thriller follows a clairvoyant nurse in a fight for her life against an intruder she never saw coming – or did she?!

“Harmony” was executive produced Dawn Davis, who also stars in the project, written by Warren Fast and helmed by rising female director Logan Kibens, a Sundance Screenwriting Lab fellow, HBO Directors Guild fellow and winner of Film Independent’s Project Involve and Sloane grants.

The film packs a lot of storytelling into a 5-minute morsel and left me perhaps seeing shades of Christopher Nolan’s influence on the next generation of filmmakers.

Check out the “Harmony” trailer at: www.harmonythemovie.tumblr.com

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News by HollyWoodBigFan posted 3 months ago
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Marianne Bourg
European actress Marianne Bourg is earning some big laughs in America with appearances in Universal Pictures “Neighbors” and the indie-flick “Helicopter Mom.”

A mix of Luxembourgish and French, Marianne studied at the Luxembourg National Academy of Dramatic Arts, Cours Florent in Paris and then at the University of Cambridge before moving to Los Angeles. She recently debuted on the big screen in “Wizardream,” starring Malcolm McDowell, and also appeared in the Japanese film, “Gun Woman.”

Marianne recently took time to answer a few questions about her latest projects.

Holly: Can you tell us about your role in “Neighbors”?

MARIANNE: Sure. I play a sorority girl who supports the main characters, Zac Efron and Dave Franco, in their battle against Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne’s family. In one of the scenes in the movie you can see me buy a very particular item from the frat boys. I can’t mention what the object is exactly, because that would ruin one of the biggest and funniest reveals in the movie.
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Review by SentinelPrime89 posted 4 months ago
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Oh my God....zilla! Caught the grand opening of the film and it was epic! It was dark. It was gritty. It was realistic. The CGI was as real as it could possibly get. The story was really good and it fit the kind of story you would find in any of the old Japanese films. The characters were genre cliche'd (soldier, nurse, monster expert, military general) but that's all part of the magic of reliving your childhood.
Also, the action scenes and monster fights were really well-done. The only flaw I saw in the whole film was some dull acting bits, primarily from the lead.
I give this film a 9/10.
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