We are pleased to announce the DVD release date of June 29th 2010 for Dan Zukovic’s award winning cult feature THE LAST BIG THING. The DVD is distributed by Vanguard Cinema and includes the bonus Sundance short film CONJURER OF MONIKERS. Pre-orders are available online at Barnes & Noble and Amazon, as well as select retail and rental stores.
Please check back soon for release date information on Dan Zukovic’s DARK ARC.
Dark Arc will play its Vancouver premiere at the Vancity Theatre on Saturday, November 17th at 2:30 pm. Cast and crew wanting to be put on the guest list please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dark Arc received it’s Pacific Northwest Premiere in a two weekend engagement from June 1 through June 9 at the Grand Illusion Theatre, a prestigious arthouse in Seattle. The Seattle Times described the film as ‘A black comedy about a very strange love triangle’, and the Seattle Weekly characterized the film as ‘brilliant on an ideological level’ and ‘the latest in a long cinematic tradition of reflection on the power of the image’.
Dark Arc producers Jeremy Dyson and Brendan Keown to premiere latest film, Michael Moriarty’s Hitler Meets Christ.
Directors David Lynch and Dan Zukovic meet in the Los Angeles City Beat cover story by Cole Coonce, ‘Social Climbing at Jumbo’s Clown Room’
“When the two filmmakers shook hands, I feared there would be two piles of ashes where each man had been sitting. You know: Lynch and the anti-Lynch, intersecting like matter and anti-matter, creating the mother of all cosmic and metaphysical implosions inside a tittie bar on Hollywood Boulevard.”
DARK ARC to screen at the 20th edition of the Edmonton International Film Festival.
DARK ARC to screen at the Charlotte Film Festival in North Carolina on September 17th.
DARC ARC is selected as part of the UK’s Portebello Film Festival’s 2006 Video Cafe series.
DARK ARC receives the Jury Award for Production Design at the Nickel Independent Film Festival in St. John’s, Newfoundland. Click here for details.
DARK ARC to screen at the Nickel Independent Film Festival in St. John’s, Newfoundland, on Wednesday July 19th at 7pm at LSPU Hall.
DARK ARC to screen at the world famous Egyptian Theatre on April 13th as part of an American Cinemateque, Alternative Screen Independent Film Showcase. This is DARK ARC’s Los Angeles premiere and the director and producers will be in attendance.
DARK ARC makes Film Threat’s Best of 2005 list and is named one of the top 10 indie films to look out for in 2006. DARK ARC finds itself alongside indie favorites such as Asia Argento’s THE HEART IS DECEITFUL ABOVE ALL THINGS and David Slade’s HARD CANDY. To read the article click here.
DARK ARC to play as part of the 2005 Calgary International Film Festival in the Canada Filmworks Showcase.
DARK ARC receives a glowing review from Film Threat’s Eric Campos, earning the coveted 5 star “must see” rating. To read the review click here.
Sarah Strange receives nomination for Best Lead Performance – Female in a Feature Length Drama for her role in DARK ARC at the 2005 LEO AWARDS.
‘The seventh annual LEO AWARDS take place on May 27th and May 28th, 2005 at the Westin Bayshore Resort & Marina. The LEO AWARDS are where the best and brightest film and television talent and programs in British Columbia are honoured for their work.’
For more information read press release.
DARK ARC held its US premiere as part of the Cinequest San Jose film festival. Metro, Silicon Valley’s weekly newspaper, covered the 2005 festival recommending the film and singling out Sarah Strange’s performance as “every bit as decadent as Angelina Jolie wishes she was.” To read the review click here.
To view Dan Zukovic’s interview with the Digital Daily News at Cinequest click here.
DARK ARC US premiere to take place as part of the
Cinequest San Jose Film Festival March 2 – 13, 2005
DARK ARC to screen as part of the 19e Festival international du film de Québec.
Writer Michael P. Scasserra of IFC News comments on DARK ARC as part of his
article “Letter from the Montreal Film Fest”
DARK ARC, a self-consciously odd visual poem from Canadian director Dan
Zukovic, was a scopophilic’s dream come true. Stylized within an inch of its
life, this “psychosexual psychodrama” centers on a “non-sexual escort” and
make-up artist (the alluring Sarah Strange) who hooks up with a wealthy
pervert and ex-art critic. Together, they create a series of “visually
charged images” carefully designed to seduce an unwitting graphic designer.
A bizarre blend of art, sex and opium, DARK ARC plays like a candy-colored
version of David Lynch. ”
DARK ARC world premiere to take place as part of the
Montreal World Film Festival’s PANORAMA CANADA category.