Film director, the brightest star of Polish cinema in 2009, the best selling winner of the most important Polish film festival in this century.
http://www.bulletfilm.com is a networking and promotional website for filmmakers from around the globe. For the past two years bulletfilm has been changing and now some of the bulletfilm innovative promotional features are in PREMIUM package.
Film summaries – where you can combine your videos, pictures, blog entries and all additional information in order to create a unique and comprehensive film summary page which you can use to tell the world about your work.
Business cards – main purpose is to help you as a filmmaker to create a comprehensive information page in a form of a business card, which you can forward to potential employers or collaborators etc.
Products – if you have anything for sale related to film, this is where you can put your advert. It may be a piece of equipment or DVD with your film(s). Describe it as precisely as possible, add some pictures, price it and there you go.
News – as a Premium user you can add film news on your own. It can be anything, starting from some news about independent cinematography around you, through pictures from your own set to press releases from film festivals you’re at. (NOTE: offensive or pornographic news will be deleted together with the account that it came from)
Discussion Groups – here you can create your own discussion group where you’ll be able to share your passion about your favourite topics.
Websites – this section is for promoting film businesses; here you can add your website and a detailed description of the business, then place it amongst our useful websites so people can easily find it.
Premium documents – in this section you will be able to find a lot of, not only useful but, necessary documents for when you make a movie. The documents such as: contracts, budgets, co-production treaties etc.
Premium articles – where you can read all about cinematography; how it looks on different continents, in different countries and the stories of the best people in that business.
There is also possibility of uploading films up to 250 MB.
We’ll miss you Adam Sandler by J Butcher
Another funny and great animation from J.Butcher on http://www.bulletfilm.com
Thinking about throwing away your hard earned cash on a knock off DVD?
Well think again buddy. This animated short looks at the mind boggling consequences of DVD piracy, from the perspective of the people who suffer it’s diabolical effects first hand…
To watch the rest of his animation go to J. Butcher’s profile http://bulletfilm.com/profile/557
Night of lust by José Bénazéraf
Produced in 1962 and BANNED in over half the world! A French crime potboiler starring Verner and Kalfon as rival gang leaders who clash over control of the narcotics trade. Parisian drug gangs are battling over turf, leading to kidnappings, beatings, murders, betrayals and other intrigues. Featuring Chet Baker’s marvellous free-jazz score, and the most beautiful French Babes the world has ever seen. It pricks the conscience, probes the libido and excites the senses!
Contains Nudity! Unrated!
RAPE OF EUROPA by Richard Berge
The Rape of Europa tells the epic story of the systematic theft, deliberate destruction and miraculous survival of Europe’s art treasures during the Third Reich and World War II.
In a journey through seven countries, the film takes the audience into the violent whirlwind of fanaticism, greed, and warfare that threatened to wipe out the artistic heritage of Europe. For twelve long years, the Nazis looted and destroyed art on a scale unprecedented in history. But heroic young art historians and curators from America and across Europe fought back with an extraordinary campaign to rescue and return the millions of lost, hidden and stolen treasures.
The Rape of Europa begins and ends with the story of artist Gustav Klimt’s famed Gold Portrait, stolen from Viennese Jews in 1938 and now the most expensive painting ever sold.
Today, more than sixty years later, the legacy of this tragic history continues to play out as families of looted collectors recover major works of art, conservators repair battle damage, and nations fight over the fate of ill-gotten spoils of war.
Joan Allen narrates this breathtaking chronicle about the battle over the very survival of centuries of western culture.
To watch more shorts and trailers go to http://www.bulletfilm.com