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Filmmaker Chris Field captures the beautiful but deadly world of carnivorous plants in his “bio-lapse,” Carnivora Gardinum. The project took over a year to complete, with 107 days of continuous shooting on two cameras.
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The Last Circus
1937, Spain is in the midst of the brutal Spanish Civil War. A “Happy” circus clown is interrupted mid-performance and forcibly recruited by a militia. Still in his costume, he is handed a machete and led into battle against National soldiers, where he single handedly massacres an entire platoon. This absurd and disturbing scenario raises the curtain on a twisted tale of love, revenge, and psychopathic clowns that could only spring from the mind of filmmaker Álex de la Iglesia.