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Swedish Documentary: “Skogens Kol”

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“Skogens Kol” is a 30 minute Swedish documentary directed and narrated by Johan Bodell from Kilafors, Sweden. 

The documentary is told from Bodell’s family point of view and tells the story of the factory

Skogens Kol, a century old charcoal factory in Hälsingland in Sweden that supplied the big Swedish iron works with charcoal.

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Short Film: “April’s Way”

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Based on the compelling true story about a Korean store owner struggling to protect his market during the 1992 Los Angeles race riots.

When faced with rampant looting, a Korean-American store owner struggles between protecting his wife and young daughter or taking a stand against rioters who threaten his business and livelihood.

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Addicted to Sexting (2015) Documentary

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Addicted to Sexting is a compelling (and sometimes humorous) look at the rise and proliferation of this social phenomenon from several varying perspectives and how the lives of those engaged in it are affected. 

Throughout the course of the film, we examine nearly every aspect of what has become a national and international pastime.

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Breakaway Daily Interview with “Hedda Gabler” Star Rita Ramnani

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Rita Ramnani is the new Hedda Gabler in the 2015 adaptation of the 1870 play by Henrik Ibsen.

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The
piercing blue eyes on the poster of this lavish movie adaptation of the international reclaimed script belongs to young British born actress Rita
Ramnani. Trained
at LAMDA and the Atlantic Theatre Company in New York, she has come a long way
since her first rebellious role as a teenager in the movie Umbrage: First
Vampire 
starring Doug Bradley, which she earned a nomination at the British
Horror Awards.

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Top 10 ‘Star Wars’ Parodies to Hold You Over Until ‘The Force Awakens’

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In less than six months, Star Wars: The Force Awakens
will arrive in theaters around the world, and there’s a good bet the event will
become-financially speaking anyway-the biggest in cinematic history. The title of “Box Office King” now belongs to Jurassic
World
, but frankly it’s hard to imagine the new Star Wars film not
becoming the highest grossing film in history this coming December.

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First Look at “A Million Happy Nows” Film

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Just days after 50 states in America has legalized marriage for all of the LGBT community comes an upcoming feature film you should take note of.  A Million Happy Nows stars Crystal Chappell and Jessica Leccia, produced by Perfect Features and Open Book Productions, due to be released later this year. 

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Der Samurai Film Available on Amazon June 9th

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A shape-shifting cross-dressing psychopath wielding a samurai sword cuts a bloody swath of carnage through a small German village in this surreal mix of violence, sexual desire and dark comedy that recalls early David Lynch. The only person to confront this decapitating murderer is an uptight young policeman whose pursuit soon becomes a deadly game of cat-and-mouse as an odd bond forms between the two men.

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Sparks Graphic Novel & Film

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A superhero noir thriller about a masked vigilante Ian Sparks who discovers the dark side to heroism. Going after the nation’s most notorious super criminal leaves Sparks’ life and reputation in ruins.

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The critically acclaimed graphic novel which was made into a Hollywood film starring Clancy Brown, Clint Howard, Jake Busey, Ashley Bell and William Katt arrives on Google Android with exclusive content and features.

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Veronica Sixtos to Star in English/Spanish Production “Pocha” (Manifest Destiny)

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The next “Maria Full of Grace.”

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Veronica Sixtos was recently cast in the feature length film “Pocha”
(Manifest Destiny) securing her first leading role. The US/Mexico production
bows at the 2015 Los Angeles Film Festival (www.LAFilmFest.com) on June 14,
2015. As the lead character, Claudia, Veronica commandeers the
English/Spanish-language production, directed by Michael Dwyer and written by
Kaitlin McLaughlin and produced by Veracity Productions.

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Breakaway Daily Exclusive: Rita Ramnani Steps into the Shoes of Ingrid Bergman’s Hedda Gabler for the Latest Version of the Movie.

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Breakaway Daily has been giving you exclusive interviews with the cast of the upcoming film Hedda Gabler in anticipation of its release, and now there is another exclusive to share! Star Rita Ramnani will be attending The Cannes Film Festival 2015!

The Cannes Film Festival will be honoring screen legend Ingrid Bergman this May.

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Tokio Hotel release music video for “Feel It All” as homage to films The Basket Diaries, Christiane F, and Kids

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My favorite German rock band Tokio Hotel have released their cinematic and utterly heart wrenching new music video for “Feel It All.” The Mattias Erik Johansson directed clip is a series of dreary yet vibrant visuals for the song written by the Kaulitz twins off 2014’s “Kings Of Suburbia.” Although the song is titled Feel It All, Bill Kaulitz stars in the video and does anything but that.

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Interview with Star of Upcoming Indie Short Film “White Awake”

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In an era of films that are littered with comic books, book adaptations, remakes, reboots, rehashes and re-imaginings its increasingly difficult to find something new or original as studios clamber for familiarity to draw audiences in. So when I stumbled on the Kickstarter for indie drama White Awake it wasn’t just a breath of fresh air but a perpetual gust of wind slapping me in the face and demanding my attention.

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Breakaway Daily Interview with British Actor Hainsley Lloyd Bennett

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Hainsley Lloyd Bennett has enjoyed success as a model as well as actor in film, theatre, music videos, television, and virals. He has been in commercials for corporations such as McDonalds, The Times, Rubicon, Burger King and Boots. Hainsley has made television appearances in the longstanding British drama Casualty as well as Papuan kidnapper Yudas
in the true story documentary My Holiday Hostage Hell and starred in the
BBC series Crimewatch.

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