Disney takes its 90th birthday celebration to Chicago, burnishes the animation mogul's legacy with "Mary Poppins" backstory and would-be Oscar contender "Saving Mr. Banks," and ignores controversial guerilla Disney filmmaker Randy Moore's "Escape from Tomorrow." Will they sue?
Ever since "Escape From Tomorrow," the black and white indie shot covertly in Disneyland and Disney World, debuted at this year's Sundance, the indie film world has wondered if the notoriously litigious entertainment conglomerate would come after Randy Moore's microbudget film.
"Escape from Tomorrow," the beloved Sundance curio from writer/director Randy Moore about a man who goes mad while visiting Walt Disney World, seemed like something that would never see the light of day outside of the festival circuit, considering both the way the filmmakers obtained footage from th...
The highly anticipated film, "Escape from Tomorrow" just released its new theatrical poster which is sure to strengthen both marketing for the film as well the controversy behind it. Writer/director Randy Moore is set to release his debut film October 11th in select theaters and VOD.
We’re not sure why writer/director Randy Moore decided to come swinging out the gate with a first feature like “Escape from Tomorrow,” and frankly, we’re not entirely sure how he got away with even making it in the first place. Much of this dark, utterly bizarre comedy would appear to be covertly sh...
A labyrinthine descent into the grotesque extremes of a Disneyfied society, "Escape From Tomorrow" is surreal for many reasons and wholly original because of them. It's also a daring attempt to literally assail Disney World from the inside out.
Among the 115 features that screened in Park City this year, Indiewire reviewed 30 titles, including films from every section of the festival. Links to all of them can be found here in alphabetical order.