Watch This: Cave Digger Trailer

Cave Digger is an award-winning  documentary about an unusual artist who digs caves in the sandstone of Northern New Mexico. The caves are works of art filled with carved sculptures, furniture, rooms with arched entries and fantastic displays that range from things like flowers and leaves to abstract designs.

This extraordinary cave artist is Ra Paulette. Most of his work is on private land and not open to the public. Catching this film may be the only chance you will have to see his amazing sculptures.

The film Cave Digger is the work of Jeffrey Karoff. The documentary will show at The Guild Cinema in Albuquerque on February 17 – 19. It will be at the Sedona Film Festival on February 22 – March 2. You can learn about future screenings at cavediggerdocumentary.com.

The film has won numerous award for its exploration of Ra Paulette and his unique artistic obsession. It was nominated for an Oscar in 2014 in the documentary short subject category.

Watch This: Trailer for August: Osage County

August: Osage County opens in wide distribution today. Are you going to be there? I can’t wait!

Watch This: Theatrical Trailer for Veronica Mars

Although we’ve been getting all kinds of pre-release peeks at Veronica Mars, this is the first actual official trailer. It gives you a lot more insight into what’s going on in the movie’s plot.

Bring it!

Watch This: Sex After Kids Trailer

Saw a tweet from Zoie Palmer about this trailer and thought it was worth sharing. A lot of familiar faces in this comedy, plus it looks really funny.

The difficulty for those of us in the U.S. is that I don’t know where it’s playing. It’s been on the festival circuit in Canada, Australia and the U.S., but I’m not sure about release in theaters. According to the Sex After Kids website, it has shown in some U.S. theaters, but they don’t have a 2014 calendar update (or didn’t on the day I looked.)

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