Watch: Recap Annapurna Picture's Year Two Films in 2014 'Hustle' Reel

February 28, 2014
Source: Annapurna

Annapurna Picture's Hustle Reel

"We saw some beautiful things here… some things we'll never forget." Let's kick off the Oscar weekend with something a bit fun. Annapurna Pictures, started by youngster Megan Ellison, has been producing some of the best films of the past two years. Looking back they've released an Annapurna: Year Two video called the 2014 "Hustle" Reel, looking back at Spike Jonze's Her and David O. Russell's American Hustle. I love Her and was a fan of Hustle. This also includes clips for Spring Breakers and The Grandmaster, two more Annapurna films which were released in 2013. The video (with the music "Firewater" by Django Django) was edited by our old friend Kees van Dijkhuizen, behind many retrospectives of years past. Enjoy!

Recap of Annapurna Picture's Year Two in a video called the 2014 "Hustle" Reel, by Kees van Dijkhuizen:

Thanks to our friends at The Film Stage for the tip. Visit the official Annapurna website for more updates on the film company. In 2013, Annapurna produced David O. Russell's American Hustle and Spike Jonze's Her, and was planning to release Bennett Miller's Foxcatcher. In 2012 they were behind many acclaimed films: PTA's The Master, Spring Breakers, Zero Dark Thirty, Killing Them Softly and Lawless. Annapurna (named after the mountain in Nepal) was founded in 2012 as a production company run by Megan Ellison. You can follow Annapurna Pictures for more updates on their films @AnnapurnaPics, or follow Megan at @meganeellison. Good luck to both Her and American Hustle at the Oscars. We'll be following Annapurna.

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