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Terrence Malick Interview @ SXSW / Song To Song - Panel (Last 31mins)
Taken from: https://www.facebook.com/songtosongmovie/videos/1297997903580873/ Made In Austin: A Look Into Song To Song With Michael Fassbender and ...

 

SONG TO SONG Trailer (2017) Terrence Malick Movie
Song to Song Trailer - 2017 Drama Haley Bennett, Ryan Gosling, Natalie Portman, Michael Fassbender Subscribe for more: ...

 

ALL THINGS SHINING: The Art of Terrence Malick
One of the most talked-about visionaries in cinema, Terrence Malick has only made six films over the last forty years. And each one has been hailed a ...

 

Plummer: 'I'll Never Work With Him Again'
In this clip from Newsweek's 2012 Oscar Roundtable, Christopher Plummer tells of his experience working with Terrence Malick on 'The New World.' "I love ...

 

SONG TO SONG Official Trailer (2017) Ryan Gosling, Terrence Malick Drama Movie HD
SONG TO SONG Official Trailer (2017) Ryan Gosling, Terrence Malick Drama Movie HD © 2017 - Broad Green Pictures.

 

Christian Bale on ‘Knight of Cups’ and the Process of Working with Terrence Malick
Opening this weekend is the latest Terrence Malick film, Knight of Cups. The story follows a writer named Rick (Christian Bale) on a journey through Los Angeles ...

 

Michael Fassbender & Terrence Malick talk about "Song To Song" at the SXSW (Austin, Texas)
Michael Fassbender & Terrence Malick talk about "Song To Song" at the SXSW (Austin, Texas)

 

Thomas Lennon's insane experience working with Terrence Malick | Larry King Now | Ora.TV
Watch the Full Larry King Now Interview Here: http://www.ora.tv/larrykingnow Describing it as "completely insane," Thomas Lennon details his hilarious day ...

 

Terrence Malick -- Mega-Director's RARE Public Appearance | TMZ
TMZ got video of enigmatic director Terrence Malick making a SUPER RARE public appearance... and we didn't even know it! SUBSCRIBE: ...

 

Voyage of Time Official Trailer 1 (2016) - Terrence Malick Movie
Directed by: Terrence Malick Voyage of Time Official Trailer 1 (2016) - Terrence Malick Movie An examination of the birth and death of the known universe.

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The Thin Red Line [1999] [DVD]
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Krachtige oorlogsfilm met top acteurs Sean Penn, Nick Nolte, Woody Harrelson en George Clooney over de veldslag tussen Amerikaanse en Japanse soldaten op het eiland Guadalcanal in 1942. Tijdens deze bloedige strijd met de japanners wordt de dunne scheidslijn ('the thin red line') tussen zinnig en krankzinnig steeds makkelijker overschreden. De film sleepte maar liefst 7 Oscar nominatiesin de wacht, voor o.a. beste film en beste regie (Terrence Malick).

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The Thin Red Line [Blu-ray] [1998] [Region Free]
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The Tree of Life [DVD]
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TREE OF LIFE

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The Tree of Life [Blu-ray]
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Badlands [DVD] [1973]
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The New World [DVD]
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"The picture is proof that this is the true organization of God." " I know now that i am going to be a genuine Witness for Jehovah." " I lived really an hour and a half in God's new world." First shown on April 3, 1954, The New World Society in Action played a vital role in helping interested ones and longtime Witnesses of Jehovah to appreciate the smooth functioning and international scope of God's earthly organization. Following is the announcement of its release as it appeared on the front page of the May 1954 issue of Informant. "The Society has produced a motion picture entitled 'The New World Society in Action.' To enable all of Jehovah's witnesses and persons of good will to see if the Society is supplying each district servant throughout the world with the film and instructions for showing it at circuit assemblies and to individual congregations as opportunity affords. Beginning may 1, it will be shown on Saturday night at all circuit assemblies in the United States. Be sure to attend and see 'The New World Society in Action.' " In its first year alone, The New World Society in Action reached an audience of one and a quarter million in 75 countries. At its first showing in New York City, the viewing was punctuated more than 40 times with applause. In this 76 minute presentation, you will capture a sense of the smooth, efficient, and loving spirit with which Jehovah's organization functioned in the 1950's. Featured footage includes Brooklyn Bethel, the Watchtower Bible School of Gilead, the 1953 international district conventions, the Society's radio station (WBBR), and scenes of the activity of Jehovah's Witnesses around the world - truly a new world society in action.

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Knight of Cups [Blu-ray] [2016]
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The New World: Extended Cut [DVD]
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The legend of Pocahontas and John Smith receives a luminous and essential retelling by maverick filmmaker Terrence Malick. The facts of Virginia's first white settlers, circa 1607, have been told for eons and fortified by Disney's animated films: explorer Smith (Colin Farrell) and the Native American princess (newcomer Q'orianka Kilcher) bond when the two cultures meet, a flashpoint of curiosity and war lapping interchangeably at the shores of the new continent. Malick, who took a twenty year break between his second and third films (Days of Heaven and The Thin Red Line), is a master of film poetry; the film washes over you, with minimal dialogue (you see characters speak on camera for less than a quarter of the film).

The rest of the words are a stream-of-consciousness narration--a technique Malick has used before but never to such degree, creating a movie you feel more than watch. The film's beauty (shot in Virginia by Emmanuel Lubezki) and production design (by Jack Fisk) seems very organic, and in fact, organic is a great label for the movie as a whole, from the dreadful conditions of early Jamestown (it makes you wonder why Englishman would want to live there) to the luminescent love story. Malick is blessed with a cast that includes Wes Studi, August Schellenberg, Christopher Plummer, and Christian Bale (who, curiously, was also in the Disney production). Fourteen-year-old Kilcher, the soul of the film, is an amazing find, and Farrell, so often tagged as the next big thing, delivers his first exceptional performance since his stunning debut in Tigerland. James Horner provides a fine score, but is overshadowed by a Mozart concerto and a recurring prelude from Wagner's Das Rheingold, a scrumptious weaving of horns fit to fuel the gentle intoxication of this film. Note: the film was initially 150 minutes, and then trimmed to 135 by Malick before the regular theatrical run. It was also the first film shot in 65mm since Kenneth Branagh's Hamlet. --Doug Thomas


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To The Wonder [DVD] [2013]
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We're still a long way from being able to call director Terrence Malick 'prolific', but To The Wonder follows his previous movie, The Tree Of Life, by just over a year. Considering a six year gap was once considered quick by Malick's exacting standards, his speed up of output is both surprising and welcome.

Especially when the film in question is of the ilk of To The Wonder. Featuring an ensemble cast that boasts Ben Affleck, Rachel McAdams, Javier Bardem and Olga Kurylenko, the film is packed with the visual beauty that Malick has an enviable talent for bringing to the screen. The story centres on a couple, played by Affleck and Kurylenko, who meet in Europe and move to America. But their relationship is challenged by the interest of and in others, and Malick uses that as a springboard to explore the many flavours of love.

If not quite at the level of The Tree Of Life, there's still lots of interest in To The Wonder, which is a quietly ambitious and absorbing piece of cinema. In truth, the story never really hooks in quite the same way as the director's other films, but there's little chance of you being shortchanged by the feature. The disc release too features a worthwhile making of, which gives you a rare glimpse behind the scenes of a Terrence Malick movie. Recommended. --Jon Foster


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The Tree of Life/ The Thin Red Line Double Pack [DVD] [1998]
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The long front lawns of summer afternoons, the flicker of sunlight as it sprays through tree branches, the volcanic surge of the Earth's interior as the planet heaves itself into being--you certainly can't say Terrence Malick lacks for visual expressiveness. The Tree of Life is Malick's long-cherished project, a film that centres on a family in 1950s Waco, Texas, yet also reaches for cosmic significance in the creation of the universe itself. The Texas memories belong to Jack (Sean Penn), a modern man seemingly ground down by the soulless glass-and-metal corporate world that surrounds him. We learn early in the film of a family loss that happened at a later time, but the flashbacks concern only the dark Eden of Jack's childhood: his games with his two younger brothers, his frustrated, bullying father (Brad Pitt), his one-dimensionally radiant mother (Jessica Chastain). None of which unfolds in anything like a conventional narrative, but in a series of disconnected scenes that conjure, with poetry and specificity, a particular childhood realm. The contributions of cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki and production designer Jack Fisk cannot be underestimated in that regard, and it should be noted that Brad Pitt contributes his best performance: strong yet haunted. And how does the Big Bang material (especially a long, trippy sequence in the film's first hour) tie into this material? Yes, well, the answer to that question will determine whether you find Malick's film a profound exploration of existence or crazy-ambitious failure full of beautiful things. Malick's sincerity is winning (and so is his exceptional touch with the child actors), yet many of the movie's touches are simultaneously gaseous (amongst the bits of whispered narration is the war between nature and grace, roles assigned to mother and father) and all-too-literal (a dinosaur retreats from nearly killing a fellow creature--the first moments of species kindness, or anthropomorphic poppycock?). The Tree of Life premiered at the Cannes Film Festival and won the Palme d'Or there after receiving boos at its press screening. The debate continues, unabated, from that point. --Robert Horton

The Thin Red Line
One of the cinema's great disappearing acts came to a close with the release of The Thin Red Line in late 1998. Terrence Malick, the cryptic recluse who withdrew from Hollywood visibility after the release of his visually enthralling masterpiece Days of Heaven (1978), returned to the director's chair after a 20-year coffee break. Malick's comeback vehicle is a fascinating choice: a wide-ranging adaptation of a World War II novel (filmed once before, in 1964) by James Jones. The battle for Guadalcanal Island gives Malick an opportunity to explore nothing less than the nature of life, death, God, and courage. Let that be a warning to anyone expecting a conventional war flick; Malick proves himself quite capable of mounting an exciting action sequence, but he's just as likely to meander into pure philosophical noodling--or simply let the camera contemplate the first steps of a newly born tropical bird or the sinister skulk of a crocodile. This is not especially an actors' movie--some faces go by so quickly they barely register--but the standouts are bold: Nick Nolte as a career-minded colonel, Elias Koteas as a deeply spiritual captain who tries to protect his men, Ben Chaplin as a G.I. haunted by lyrical memories of his wife. The backbone of the film is the ongoing discussion between a wry sergeant (Sean Penn) and an ethereal, almost holy private newcomer (Jim Caviezel). The picture's sprawl may be a result of Malick's method of "finding" a film during shooting and editing, and in some ways The Thin Red Line seems vaguely, intriguingly incomplete. Yet it casts a spell like almost nothing else of its time, and Malick's visionary images are a challenge and a signpost to the rest of his filmmaking generation. --Robert Horton

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