The Fox is Black

  • The trailer for Sofia Coppola’s much-lauded Priscilla dropped today, which is based on Priscilla Presley’s 1985 memoir Elvis and Me, which tells her side of the famed romance. The cinematography and the colors of the film look absolutely beautiful thanks to the close collaboration with cinematographer Philipe Le Sourd. Very much looking forward to this.

    Movie poster for 'Priscilla' by Sofial Coppola
  • It’s always a joy to see a new film from Hayao Miyazaki and his upcoming release, The Boy and the Heron, has been shrouded in mystery until only a few days ago. Entertainment Weekly has 14 new images from the film, giving us a bit of a look into the adventure forthcoming. Still no trailer yet though, as they initially stated they wouldn’t release anything promotional. EW also gives us a description of the film, which sounds pretty fun:

    The Boy and the Heron is the legendary director’s first film in a decade and is inspired by Yoshino Genzaburo’s 1937 story of the same name. Set amid the events of World War II, the story follows a young boy named Mahito who, after the death of his mother, moves to a rural village to live with his stepmother Natsuko. There, he encounters a gray heron that dubs him the “long-awaited one” and sets him off on an Alice in Wonderland-esque journey to save his family by traveling to a magical underground world.

    New Stills from Hayao Miyazaki's 'The Boy and the Heron'
    New Stills from Hayao Miyazaki's 'The Boy and the Heron'
    The Poster for Hayao Miyazaki's 'The Boy and the Heron'