A bunch of new trailers have arrived today starting with the new preview for Ruben Ostlund’s Cannes Palme d’Or Winner “The Square”. Claes Bang, Elisabeth Moss, Dominic West, Terry Notary, and Christopher Laesso star in the film which opens October 27th.
Dubbed a hard-edged satirical cringe-comedy aimed at the cultural elite, the story follows a respected art museum curator whose latest installation sends him and the museum into an existential crisis.
The Orchard has unveiled the trailer for Joachim Trier’s Norwegian horror film “Thelma” which is set to have its world premiere at Toronto this week before hitting Fantastic Fest and New York.
Norway’s official Oscar entry for Best Foreign Language Film, the story follows a young woman undergoing an emotional and sexual awakening whose seizures lead her to uncover disturbing secrets about her family. The film opens November 10th.
Coming off rave reviews from film festivals in Berlin and Sydney, the trailer is here for Chilean director Sebastian Lelio’s “A Fantastic Woman” about a young transgender woman who moonlights as a nightclub singer, and is bowled over by the death of her older boyfriend. Sony Pictures Classics releases the film later this year, but hasn’t set a specific date.
Next is a new teaser trailer of Stephen McCallum’s “1%”, a new Australian crime thriller starring Ryan Corr, Abbey Lee, Simone Kessell, Matt Nable and Aason Pederson.
Nable penned the script which inserts Shakespearean themes into an underworld of outlaw motorcycle gangs. It will premiere at the Toronto Film Festival tomorrow.
Bleecker Street has released the trailer for Bharat Nalluri’s “The Man Who Invented Christmas” starring Dan Stevens as Charles Dickens. The tale explores how mixed real life inspirations with his vivid imagination to conjure up “A Christmas Carol”. Christopher Plummer and Jonathan Pryce co-star in the film which opens November 22nd.
Finally, Netflix has released the teaser trailer for the documentary “Gaga: Five Foot Two” which offers a behind-the-scenes look at the making and release of Lady Gaga’s album “Joanne” and her life at the time. The doco launches globally on Netflix on September 22nd.