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It’s been a busy year here at Libertas and we wanted to take a moment to thank all of our readers, contributors, and media colleagues for all their support. We hope you’ve all had a wonderful Christmas and Hanukkah, and that the New Year brings you all the very best!
We wanted to thank The Huffington Post and The Atlantic for featuring our work so frequently on their front pages. Jason and Govindini have had twenty-six pieces published at The Huffington Post and nine pieces at The Atlantic in a little over a year. Twenty-five of these pieces have been featured on the front page of these sites, bringing significant exposure to the pro-freedom, pro-democracy message of Libertas.
We also wanted to thank Indiewire for having Joe Bendel, Jason, and Govindini as part of their Criticwire community and for giving us the chance to contribute our reviews, letter grades, and critic’s picks to their critics’ polls.
We would like to give a very big thank you to Gretchen Brooks and her family for all of their friendship and support. Gretchen has made it possible for us to cover the Sundance Film Festival, Tribeca Film Festival, LA Film Festival, AFI Festival, and other major film events this year and we couldn’t be more grateful to her for her graciousness and kindness.
We would also like to thank Lars Larson for having Govindini on his nationally-syndicated radio show weekly to discuss movies. Lars and his whole team are always courteous and professional and we truly appreciate the exposure they have given to our ideas.
A very big thank you as well to Joe Bendel for his extraordinary contributions to Libertas this year. Joe’s knowledge of independent cinema is second to none, and his insightful and witty posts have been a tremendous asset to Libertas. Many thanks as well to Patricia Ducey, David Ross, and all our contributors, readers, and colleagues for everything they have added to Libertas! Best wishes to you all and here’s to a successful and productive 2013!
Posted on December 26th, 2012 at 5:16pm.
A new trailer has been released for G.I. Joe: Retaliation, which was pulled from release this past summer just a month before it was set to open. This new, makeover edition of Retaliation will apparently be in 3D, and feature more of Channing Tatum.
G.I. Joe: Retaliation otherwise stars Dwayne Johnson, Bruce Willis, Adrianne Palicki, Jonathan Pryce and Ray Park and opens in 3D on March 27, 2013.
Posted on December 13th, 2012 at 10:34am.
A new clip has been released from Kathryn Bigelow’s forthcoming SEAL Team 6/Osama bin Laden raid movie, Zero Dark Thirty, which is already receiving awards-season accolades. The film stars Jessica Chastain and Joel Edgerton. Special engagements for Zero Dark Thirty start December 19th, and the film opens wide on January 11th.
Posted on December 6th, 2012 at 11:01am.
FX has released a trailer for its 1980s-era Cold War spy drama series The Americans. In the series, Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys play KGB spies posing as a married couple (complete with kids) living in America, who attempt to maintain their cover and their fake marriage while avoiding FBI counterintelligence agents. The Americans debuts on FX January 30th.
Posted on December 6th, 2012 at 10:59am.
We wanted Libertas readers to know that the superb documentary film Klitschko is now available on DVD. Klitschko tells the story of the famous boxing brothers Vitali and Wladimir Klitschko, covering the brothers’ upbringing in the socialist Ukraine (their father served in the Ukrainian Air Force, and was a first-responder to the Chernobyl nuclear disaster), to their early successes as amateurs, to their move to Germany and subsequent rise as international boxing stars and holders of the championship titles of all five boxing federations. Vitali (the older brother), of course, also recently entered politics and ran for President of the Ukraine – capturing 14% of the vote.
LFM’s Joe Bendel reviewed Klitschko at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival, and gave it an A grade, calling it “[b]riskly paced and quite informative … highly recommended.” The movie is available now from Corinth Films here.
Posted on November 13th, 2012 at 3:46pm.