Archive for the ‘More Q Than A’ Category

  • the-tribe

    The Tribe

    Aug 9, 16 • 587 Views • Films, More Q Than ANo Comments

    Winner of multiple 2014 Cannes Film Festival Awards (including the coveted Critics’ Week Grand Prix), Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy’s The Tribe is an undeniably original and intense feature debut set in the insular world of a Ukrainian high school for the...

  • Bottle Rocket

    Wes Anderson’s Bottle Rocket

    Aug 9, 16 • 620 Views • Films, More Q Than ANo Comments

    Wes Anderson first illustrated his lovingly detailed, slightly surreal cinematic vision (with cowriter Owen Wilson) in this visually witty and warm portrait of three young misfits. Best friends Anthony (Luke Wilson), Dignan (Owen Wilson), and Bob (Robert...

  • chevalier

    More Q than A Film Series Presents: Chevalier

    Jul 19, 16 • 682 Views • Films, More Q Than ANo Comments

    In the middle of the Aegean Sea on a luxury yacht, a group of friends decide to play a game that will test their mettle, their relations, and make them rivals. At the end, the victor will wear the signet ring: the “Chevalier”. “Chevalier’...

  • Fritz Lang

    More Q than A Film Series Presents Fritz Lang’s Destiny

    Jul 8, 16 • 650 Views • Films, More Q Than ANo Comments

    One of Fritz Lang’s early landmark films of the silent era, hailed by Luis Buñuel and Alfred Hitchcock. Beautifully restored complete with a new stunning score by Cornelius Schwehr. “Destiny” is three stories within one, a fantasy tale of...

  • Dance of Reality

    The Dance of Reality

    Apr 26, 16 • 669 Views • Films, More Q Than ANo Comments

    From the brilliant mind behind The Holy Mountain and El Topo, Jodorowsky returns with his first film in 23 years, The Dance of Reality, easily his most autobiographical. In Tocopilla, a Chilean little town between the sea and the desert, the son of an...

  • The Thin Blue Line

    The Thin Blue Line

    Mar 23, 16 • 680 Views • Films, More Q Than ANo Comments

    If you are a fan of Making a Murderer or The Jinx but have never seen this film you have no idea what you are missing. This is the prototype for the modern true crime documentary. Errol Morris argued that a man was wrongly convicted of murder by a corrupt...

  • The Story of a Three Day Pass

    The Story of a Three Day Pass

    Feb 17, 16 • 852 Views • Films, More Q Than ANo Comments

    More Q Than A presents:  The Story of a Three-Day Pass a film by Melvin Van Peebles . The film was made in 1967 when Van Peebles was living in France. The film merges styles of French New Wave and gives a taste of the directors future Blaxploitation films....