IDFA Film Review: ‘Bellingcat – Truth in a Post-Truth World’

Remember when the words “breaking news” used to refer to the thrill of hearing about world events as they happened? These days, it has become the daily sport of autocrats and elected officials alike, who have realized that discrediting once-reputable journalistic sources — quite literally, attempting to break the news — is an effective strategy in […]

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Lost Disney film discovered in Japan after 70 years

A cartoon film bought by a teenager in Japan 70 years ago has been revealed as a rare lost work produced by Walt Disney.
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Cynthia Lopez to Head NY Women in Film and Television

New York Women in Film & Television has named veteran media executive Cynthia López its new executive director, replacing Terry Lawler. Lopez has won 11 news and documentary Emmy Awards, a Special Emmy Award for excellence in documentary filmmaking, three Peabody Awards, and two duPont-Columbia Awards. She was the executive vice president and co-executive producer on the […]

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Pawel Pawlikowski’s ‘Cold War’ Leads European Film Awards Nominations

This year’s European Film Awards will be dominated by movies that won prizes at the Cannes Film Festival, with Pawel Pawlikowski’s “Cold War,” Matteo Garrone’s “Dogman,” Alice Rohrwacher’s “Happy as Lazzaro,” Lukas Dhont’s “Girl” and Ali Abbasi’s “Border” all in the running for best picture. A 1950s-set love story shot in black and white, “Cold […]

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Bryan Cranston confirms new Breaking Bad film

Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston has confirmed that a film based on the critically acclaimed TV drama is in the works.
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Film and TV stars call for tax relief to boost diversity

Prominent film and TV stars are calling for tax breaks to increase the representation of women, people from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds, and disabled people working behind the camera.
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Judi Dench joins A-list cast for new Cats film

Dame Judi Dench has become the latest star confirmed for the new film adaptation of Cats.
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Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret to be adapted for film

In the ’70s and ’80s, Judy Blume’s young adult books addressing issues such as sex, periods and bras were considered very much taboo – and they were loved all the more for it by millions of teenage girls.
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Sound mixer falls to death on Tom Hanks film set

A sound mixer working on a Tom Hanks feature has died after falling from a balcony on the set of his new film about children’s television presenter Fred Rogers.
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‘Shoplifters,’ ‘Newton,’ ‘Youth’ in the Running for AACTA Asian Film Award

Three Indian, two Chinese and one Korean film are among the movies that will compete for the Best Asian Film Award, presented by the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards. The nine nominees include China’s two hit drama’s “Youth” and “Dying to Survive.” From India, the contenders include breakout “Newton,” as well as […]

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Idyllic bay from DiCaprio film shuts indefinitely

A beauty spot made famous by a film starring Leonardo DiCaprio has been closed indefinitely to protect it from tourists.
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Film Review: ‘A Private War’

From Vietnam to the Iraq War, Hollywood has struggled to find the appropriate way to depict ongoing wars, typically taking years, if not decades, to put the proper perspective on modern political quagmires. In the case of such conflicts as the Arab Spring and the Syrian civil war — front and center in “A Private […]

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San Sebastián Film Review: ‘Angelo’

Markus Schleinzer is a filmmaker who knows how to wait for a payoff: Take the dry in-joke, for example, of waiting seven years to follow his 2011 debut “Michael” with a film called “Angelo.” His tartly brilliant second feature is awash with slow-building irony, though as with his first, there’s precious little mirth in its […]

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‘Birds of Passage’ to Open Miami Film Festival’s GEMS Event

The Miami Film Festival’s fall edition, called GEMS, has unveiled its lineup including Colombia’s Oscar entry “Birds of Passage” as opening night selection and Spain’s Oscar submission “Champions” as closing night film. Miami Dade College organizes the festival, which takes place Oct. 11-14 at the college’s Tower Theater Miami. The Miami Film Festival’s 36th edition […]

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Emmys 2018: Tiffany Haddish, Constance Wu, Sterling K. Brown Party at ‘Variety’ and Women in Film Bash

Stars from across television spent the night celebrating one another’s achievements at the Variety and Women in Film’s annual Emmy nominee party at Cecconi’s in West Hollywood. The event honored people above and below the line, while also highlighting the recent achievements that women have made in regard to inclusivity in television. “We’ve made some progress in women […]

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Toronto Film Review: ‘The Wind’

The doorway shot in John Ford’s “The Searchers” is one of the most influential cinematic frames of all time. But it’s not often we really parse the meaning of that iconic image, or seek to understand the way it has shaped our understanding of the western as an outdoorsy, masculine genre. Emma Tammi’s feature debut, […]

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Rag & Bone to Reveal ‘Time of Day’ Film

CINEMA VERITE: Rag & Bone will unveil its latest film, “Time of Day,” Monday night on the High Line. Photographed over the course of six weeks on 16-mm. film by Greek cinematographer Thimios Bakatakis (“The Lobster” and “The Killing of a Sacred Deer”), the short coincides with the launch of the brand’s fall collection. (The brand is showing spring 2019 by appointment.)
The New York event starts at 7 p.m., and the film will be screened after sundown. It is by invitation only.
“Time of Day,” which was photographed in New York and Los Angeles, features Kate Mara, Boyd Holbrook, Pom Klementieff, Lakeith Stanfield, Reed Morano, Lake Bell, Jon Hamm and Emma Roberts. Each character was photographed by Bakatakis using available lighting and a handheld approach.
Set to an original soundtrack by Thom Yorke, a longtime brand collaborator, the film features characters in eight vignettes, each capturing a moment throughout the course of one day. While the characters appear individually, the combination of the vignettes are woven together to connect a series of events, each of which evoke characteristics of the Rag & Bone brand. The entire film was improvised by each actor.
For example, Mara steps out into New York’s First Avenue in the

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Venice Film Review: ‘Shadow’

Black ink drips from the tip of a brush and daggers into clear water, spiraling out like smoke; a Chinese zither sounds a ferocious, twanging note that warps and buckles in its sustain; rain mottles the sky to a heavy watercolor gray, forming pools on paving stones into which warriors bleed; whispery drafts from hidden […]

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Venice Film Review: ‘Sunset’

Expectations were always going to be too high for “Sunset,” László Nemes’ follow-up to his extraordinary Oscar-winning “Son of Saul.” Given how his first feature re-invented the Holocaust film genre, jettisoning the usual sentimentality for a terrifyingly immersive plunge into hell, it was natural to think he’d take his next subject, Budapest on the brink […]

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Venice Film Review: ‘What You Gonna Do When the World’s on Fire?’

Following his unsettling look at Louisiana down-and-outs in “The Other Side,” Roberto Minervini tackles an easier topic to get audiences behind: a community of African-Americans in New Orleans whose stories reflect the toxic effects of centuries-old racism. “What You Gonna Do When the World’s on Fire?” is a natural direction for the Italian-born director to […]

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Venice Film Review: ‘Peterloo’

For two filmmakers who have, for much of their careers, been bracketed as twin bastions of British social realism, Mike Leigh and Ken Loach have never had much in common. Where Loach has long worn his liberal activist’s heart on his sleeve, Leigh tends to tuck his politics into the folds of his movies, national […]

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Here Are the Ashlee Simpson-Ross and Evan Ross Film & TV Roles You May’ve Forgotten About

Ashlee Simpson, Evan Ross, The Hunger Games: Catching FireLights, camera, action!
This is something that Ashlee Simpson-Ross and Evan Ross have heard several times over their lengthy careers in Hollywood. While many may think of the “Pieces…

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Hobbit director turns WW1 film into colour and 3D

First World War archive footage has been colourised and converted into 3D for the first time in a new film from Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson.
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Ryder to Reeves: ‘Our film marriage might be real’

Winona Ryder has joked that she and Keanu Reeves could be husband and wife after the stars were married by a real priest for a film 26 years ago.
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Kevin Spacey film makes just £98 on opening day

Kevin Spacey’s new film Billionaire Boys Club made a pitiful £98 on its opening day in cinemas, according to reports.
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Film Review: ‘Running for Grace’

It’s difficult to offer a detailed synopsis of “Running for Grace” without making it sound like something adapted from a young adult novel of recent vintage. Not that there’s anything wrong with that, you understand, but this pleasantly well-crafted period drama actually plays more like a throwback to youth-skewing entertainment of an earlier era. Imagine […]

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A Northern Soul director Sean McAllister defies film censors over 15 rating

Bafta-nominated Sean McAllister is letting under-15s watch his film for free, after BBFC classification.
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Film Review: ‘Madeline’s Madeline’

What’s the matter with Madeline? And just who is this tempestuous teenager with the blazing eyes and wild bramble of red-brown hair? “Madeline’s Madeline” is many things: an ambitious meta-exploration of identity through performance, a dizzying plunge into the imaginary psyche of a fictitious young actress (as played by once-in-a-lifetime discovery Helena Howard), an unnervingly […]

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Hollywood hits back at new Oscars ‘popular film’ category

“The film business passed away today.”
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Margot Robbie pictured as Sharon Tate in new Quentin Tarantino film

The Australian star will play the murdered model and actress in Quentin Tarantino’s next film.
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Calling all film fans: Iconic outfits auction

Fans of Star Wars, Indiana Jones and Back To The Future have got the chance to grab a piece of film history.
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Ryan Gosling astronaut movie to open Venice Film Festival

First Man, directed by Damien Chazelle, also stars The Crown’s Claire Foy.
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Michael Howells, Production Designer in Film and Fashion, Dies at 61

LONDON — Michael Howells, the fashion, film and theatre production designer whose work ranged from the dramatic runway sets for John Galliano’s Dior shows to the period backdrops for ITV’s “Victoria,” has died, according to his company Michael Howells Studio.
Howells, who wove his passion for history, travel, literature and the arts into his dramatic sets and costumes, died Wednesday of complications from a heart condition. He was 61, and is survived by his mother, a sister and a nephew.
A tall, gentle and elegant man with a razor-sharp intellect and fertile imagination, regularly collaborated with Galliano on the designer’s own label and at Dior. He also worked with Christian Lacroix and Alexander McQueen.
In 2007, Galliano told WWD that he would brief Howells — and then let him go wild. “He makes the magic happen and works out how to find a merry-go-round and transform Stade de France into a tumbledown Hamptons holiday,” said the designer. The carrousel from 1900 that Howells eventually found had to be dismantled and brought to the show piece by piece, by crane.
Galliano was referring to the October, 2006 show for his label, which was inspired by “Grey Gardens.” With help from Howells, Galliano had arranged a seaside

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Chanel Sponsors Restoration of Sixties Film Featuring Costumes by Gabrielle Chanel

COSTUME PARTY: Chanel has sponsored the restoration of Alain Resnais’ 1961 masterpiece, “Last Year at Marienbad,” starring Delphine Seyrig in a series of dresses designed by Coco Chanel.
Poignantly, Studio Canal’s newly restored digitized version of the film will premiere as part of the classic film section at the Venice Film Festival where the original film was awarded a Golden Lion close to 60 years ago.

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The process included cleaning up flaws and readjusting the color grading to highlight the photography and lighting developed by Sacha Vierny and Alain Resnais using a Dyaliscope lens. The soundtrack was also restored using the original 35mm mix.
Accessorized by pearls, the film’s costumes were based on “a wardrobe tethered to everyday life but that evoked the allure of 1920s cinema stars, as well as a modern and timeless elegance,” according to Chanel.

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Mamma Mia! 7 things you didn’t know about the film

Ten years after Mamma Mia stormed the box office, Donna, Sophie and her three dads will be heading back to the Greek islands for a musical reunion.
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Downton Abbey film (finally) confirmed

The “original principal cast” will begin production later this summer, producers confirm.
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Karlovy Vary Film Review: ‘Suleiman Mountain’

In the blue waiting room of an orphanage sits a Kyrgyz woman in a traditional head scarf, while in a nearby dormitory a young boy is awakened and told his mother has finally come to pick him up. As mother and son stride across the playground together, the other children envy his luck. But there’s […]

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Karlovy Vary Film Review: ‘Crystal Swan’

At a time when the U.S. borders are being made as hostile as possible to migrants, stories of hopeful outsiders betting the farm on the American Dream hit hard and true in the heart — even one as outwardly oddball as “Crystal Swan,” freshman helmer Darya Zhuk’s spirited, bittersweet comedy about a restless Belarusian DJ […]

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Film Review: ‘Every Act of Life’

Few if any living playwrights have been as successful for as long as Terrence McNally. “Every Act of Life” provides a predictably starry, rather standard, but satisfying overview of a prodigious career that is still going full-steam as the writer nears his ninth decade. It may require posterity to deliver a film that really weighs […]

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Rampage is The Rock’s highest-grossing film in China

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has thanked China after his latest film became his highest-grossing film ever in the country.
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Travolta’s new mob film given a beating by critics

John Travolta’s latest film about mob boss John Gotti has been savaged by critics and has been given a rare 0% score rating on movie review website Rotten Tomatoes.
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‘Meet the Press’ to Collaborate with AFI for Expanded Film Festival

WASHINGTON — NBC’s “Meet the Press” is moving forward with a second film festival this fall, joining with AFI for a multi-day event that will feature issue- and political- themed documentary shorts. Chuck Todd, the host of “Meet the Press,” said that documentaries, particularly among millennials, are like the “new books,” and allow the show […]

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Film Review: Jon Hamm and Ed Helms in ‘Tag’

The game began when they were nine years old. Thirty-five years later, it’s still going strong as five lifelong friends dedicate one month each year to playing “tag,” the old grade-school classic most kids leave on the schoolyard— right around the time they stop believing that girls have “cooties.” If that sounds like the setup for […]

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Spacey’s first film since sexual assault claims

Kevin Spacey will appear in his first big screen production since allegations of sexual assault were made against him last year.
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Lady Gaga sings with Bradley Cooper in film trailer

The singer – along with the Glastonbury audience – appear in the new trailer for A Star is Born.
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Warp Films to Produce Film of Hit Musical ‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’

Warp Films is set to produce a feature adaptation of hit West End musical “Everybody’s Talking About Jamie,” the independent British production company has confirmed. It marks the first musical from the Sheffield-based Warp, whose recent productions include Idris Elba’s directorial debut “Yardie,” which saw its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in January, […]

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U.S.-China Film Talks Now Hostage to Trade War (Report)

The ongoing film industry discussions between the U.S. and China may now have become hostage to the wider and more fractious trade negotiations between the world’s two largest economies. Until recently the film talks had been proceeding largely independently. The Reuters news agency reported on Sunday that the film talks, spanning such issues as China’s import […]

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Whitney Houston was ‘sexually abused’, film claims

The documentary alleges that Houston’s cousin, Dee Dee Warwick, abused her as a child.
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Rare film and music posters to fetch £250,000

Hundreds of rare film and music posters are expected to fetch more than £250,000 when they go up for auction next month.
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‘Disgusting’: Cannes film sparks mass walkout

More than 100 people have reportedly walked out of the latest film by Lars Von Trier during a premiere at the Cannes Film Festival.
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Cannes Film Review: ‘Asako I & II” (Netetemo Sametemo)

In enigmatic romance “Asako I & II,” the willful heroine can’t choose between two lovers who look exactly the same. Japanese independent director Ryusuke Hamaguchi uses this rather unlikely premise to explore the mysteries of the heart. Catapulted straight to the main competition in Cannes without prior participation at other sections, the helmer’s ninth work […]

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Stars descend on Cannes as 71st film festival begins

Celebrities have descended on Cannes for most glamorous event in the film calendar.
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Cannes Film Review: Marion Cotillard in ‘Angel Face’

Acting is pretending. Great acting is doing it in such a way that audiences forget the artifice and buy into the reality of the character completely. Not many are likely to mistake what Marion Cotillard does in “Angel Face” for great acting, as the glamorous French star gives a performance so phony it feels like […]

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Bodacious! New Bill & Ted film in works after 30 years

Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter will reprise their roles for a new Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure film, 30 years after the last one.
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Does It Matter if You See a Film in a Theater or at Home?

Cannes and Netflix clashed over this question, so we asked our critics to debate the pros and cons. Where do you stand?
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Hot Docs Film Review: ‘Exit Music’

The original title for “Exit Music,” changed at the eleventh hour ahead of its world premiere in Hot Docs, was “How Do You Feel About Dying,” and you can see why the switch was made: “Dying” is not, as a rule, a word that packs ’em into the aisles. Yet that initial question, which can […]

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New Avengers film set for $1bn in record time

Avengers: Infinity War is set for another milestone as it edges towards becoming the fastest film in history to reach $ 1bn at the global box office.
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Film Review: ‘One Cut of the Dead’

Viewers get three films for the price of one in “One Cut for the Dead,” a terrific Japanese horror-comedy that proves there’s somewhere the zombie apocalypse movie hasn’t yet gone. Writer-director-editor Shinichiro Ueda’s cleverly conceived and executed debut feature opens with an unbroken 37-minute shot of monster mayhem before hitting the reset button and turning […]

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12 Wedding Gowns From TV and Film That Would Be Heavenly at the Met Gala

ESC: Movie Wedding Gowns, Fifty Shades, Dakota JohnsonThis year’s Met Gala red carpet will be heavenly.
After the host of the annual Costume Institute Gala, Anna Wintour, announced that “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic…

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12 Wedding Gowns From TV and Film That Would Be Heavenly at the Met Gala

ESC: Movie Wedding Gowns, Fifty Shades, Dakota JohnsonThis year’s Met Gala red carpet will be heavenly.
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Cosby and Polanski kicked out of film academy

Bill Cosby and Roman Polanski have been expelled from the Oscars organisation, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences.
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2018 Cannes Film Festival: ‘Wonder Woman’ Director Patty Jenkins Wins 2018 Women in Motion Award

WONDER WOMAN: With the Cannes International Film Festival set to open on May 8, this year’s Women in Motion award will go to American film director and screenwriter Patty Jenkins – director of films including “Monster” and “Wonder Woman,” the highest-grossing film ever directed by a woman – Kering announced Friday.
The “Wonder Woman” sequel, helmed by Jenkins, as well, is currently in preproduction. The director also recently wrapped production on her TNT six-episode, limited drama “One Day She’ll Darken,” on which she also serves as executive producer.
Kering chief François-Henri Pinault will present the prize at a dinner hosted by the luxury group during the festival on May 13, joined by the film festival’s president and general delegate, Pierre Lescure and Thierry Frémaux.
“The past year has represented in many ways a turning point in the fight for gender equality,” Pinault said in a statement, lauding the changes Jenkins “has brought about, as much in the film industry as in the performances.”
“A true source of inspiration for new generations of women in cinema, she has shown them that anything is possible. And because with “Wonder Woman” she has shaped such a true superhero, she has enabled the young generations to imagine a world that can be saved by

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Film Review: ‘The Desert Bride’

It’s a wonderful thing to be proven wrong after declaring a little-known character actor to have had a once-in-a-career moment — when that unforeseen breakthrough merely paves the way for an unexpectedly fruitful career. So it is with Chile’s Paulina Garcia, whose vibrant late-career performance in 2013’s “Gloria” turned out to be a fixed bolt […]

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Ryan Reynolds Perfectly Trolls ‘Avengers’ By Revealing Why He’s Not In The Film

“The Merc With A Mouth” lets his Twitter do the talking.
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Briton to be first female director of a Star Trek film

British filmmaker SJ Clarkson is set to become the first female director in the Star Trek movie franchise’s history as she takes charge of the next instalment of the 2009 reboot.
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‘Amateur’ Tops Spain’s Lleida Film Festival

LLEIDA, Spain — The feature directorial debut of producer Sebastián Perillo (Francisco Varone’s “Road to La Paz,” Mariano Galperin’s “Su realidad”) “Amateur” scooped both best feature and  director at the 24th Lleida Catalonia Latin America Festival, hosted by the city known by gourmets as the Mecca of grilled snails. Internationally sold by Switzerland-based Kafilms, “Amateur” […]

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Tiffany & Co. and Conservation International Host Private Screening of Film during the Tribeca Film Festival

The Tiffany & Co. Foundation and Conservation International hosted a private screening and panel discussion during the Tribeca Film Festival of their new virtual reality film, “My Africa,” Thursday night in New York. The panel was moderated by Dr. M. Sanjayan, chief executive officer of Conservation International and included Chelsea Clinton, vice chair, Clinton Foundation; Anisa Kamadoli Costa, chairman and president, The Tiffany & Co. Foundation; and  Sammy Leseita Lemoonga, chief operating officer at Reteti Elephant Sanctuary.
“Tiffany & Co. is 180 years old and for generations our designs have been inspired by nature and the beauty of the natural world, and of course all of the materials that get crafted into Tiffany jewelry come from the earth. So, we really do feel like we have a moral imperative to take care of the environment,” Costa said during the panel discussion. “With a brand such as ours we have the opportunity and privilege to use the power of our brand and our voice to speak out on issues that are important to us.”
The panel spoke about conservation and the topic of elephant poaching with Clinton noting, “Ninety-six elephants are slaughtered a day in Africa, elephants are a keystone species. The whole ecosystem

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2018 Cannes Film Festival: Vanessa Redgrave and Sienna Miller Among Hosts at AmfAR Gala

WOMAN’S HOUR: Female directors may have gotten short shrift in the official lineup of the 2018 Cannes Film Festival, with only three women-helmed films in competition, but amfAR’s annual Cinema Against AIDS gala should help make up for it.
The non-profit organization said on Tuesday it has selected 25 women from the worlds of fashion and film to be the honorary chairs of the event’s 25th edition, to be held at the Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc in Antibes on May 17.
They include Sienna Miller and Vanessa Redgrave — both vocal supporters of the Time’s Up and #MeToo movements — Katy Perry, Aishwarya Rai, Heidi Klum, Linda Evangelista, Angela Missoni and Donatella Versace.
The theme of this year’s Carine Roitfeld-curated benefit fashion show, starring 40 top models in one-of-a-kind looks from a range of brands, will be “And Woman Created All.”
‪Grammy Award-winning artist Pharrell Williams‪ will be the night’s headlining act.
The late Dame Elizabeth Taylor — amfAR’s founding international chairman — hosted the foundation’s first ever Cannes gala in 1993, with personalities including President Bill Clinton, George Clooney, Matt Damon, Robert De Niro, Sir ‪Elton John and Madonna carrying the torch in subsequent years.
Bold Films and Chopard are the main sponsors of this year’s

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Tribeca Film Review: ‘The Night Eats the World’

Based on Pit Agarmen’s novel (a form in which this story doubtlessly worked better), Dominique Rocher’s feature debut “The Night Eats the World” focuses on an isolated guy’s boredom and loneliness after an outbreak of the flesh-eating undead leaves him trapped in a Parisian apartment building. The very definition of a well-made movie that nonetheless […]

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MipTV: Beta Film Sells ‘Babylon Berlin’ to Africa, India

Beta Films has secured new deals which will see acclaimed German crime drama “Babylon Berlin” debut across Africa and India. South Africa-based broadcaster M-Net, which is owned by Africa’s biggest subscription television network MultiChoice, has acquired rights across the whole of the African continent. Indian rights have been acquired by Tata Sky, the joint venture […]

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‘Grand Theft Auto 5’ More Profitable Than Any Film Or Book Ever

The revenue for this one game title is estimated to be $ 6 billion.
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GTA 5 Has Made More Money Than Any Film, Book or Game, Says Analyst

Industry analyst Doug Creutz says Grand Theft Auto 5 has made money than any other form of media in history, with over 90 million units sold and $ 6 billion in revenue.

Creutz, managing director and senior research analyst covering the media and entertainment sector at Cowen, told MarketWatch that the game has made more than blockbuster movies like Star Wars, and Gone With The Wind, which both brought in around $ 3 billion in theaters when adjusted for inflation. Creutz estimates that even with home entertainment sales, which he puts in the ballpark of $ 1 billion, the films don’t come close to Rockstar’s 2013 title.

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Black Panther is debut film for first Saudi cinema

Black Panther will be the first movie shown when Saudi Arabia opens its first cinema in 35 years – bringing an end to a ban in the deeply conservative Kingdom.
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Han Solo film ‘in final stages’ of post-production

Post-production of the standalone film about Han Solo is in the “final stages”, according to its director Ron Howard.
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Sharknado Franchise to End With Sixth Film

The Sharknado series is coming to an end with the announcement of the sixth and final instalment that ramps things up a notch by adding time-travelling into the mix.

TVLine reports that Sharknado 6, which is yet to get an official title, will follow on from Sharknado 5’s riveting plot, that saw the world as we know it come to an end. In the climactic sequel, Fin Shephard (Ian Ziering) will travel back in time to stop the sharknado that put the chain of catastrophic events in motion.

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Glee star’s outrage over ‘abused dog’ on film set

A dog was whipped “into a frenzy” and thrown into an icy river in a locked cage for a scene in a film, a whistleblower has claimed.
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Asian Film Awards: ‘Youth’ Wins Top Prize From ‘Demon Cat’

The 12th edition of the Asian Film Awards saw Chen Kaige’s “The Legend of the Demon Cat” emerge as the numerical winner. But it missed out on the best film prize, which went to “Youth,” directed by fellow mainland Chinese director Feng Xiaogang. “Demon Cat,” a period fantasy mounted on an unparalleled scale in China […]

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Corden slams ‘snobby’ Peter Rabbit film critics

James Corden has hit out at “snobby” critics who claim Beatrix Potter would not have liked the newly released live action Peter Rabbit film.
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SXSW Film Review: ‘The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter’

Although “The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter” comes to us from director Jody Hill and actor/co-writer Danny McBride, the masterminds behind the exuberantly surly HBO sitcoms “Eastbound and Down” and “Vice Principals,” far too much of this wildly uneven Netflix-bound comedy (scheduled to launch July 6) plays less like a transgressive farce than an […]

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Film Review: ‘Shock Waves — Diary of My Mind’

The schoolroom drama genre is heavily populated with impassioned, benevolent literature teachers who don’t play by the book, looking on as young minds expand and flourish under their unusual instruction. But what if they get it wrong? What if the freeing of some minds spells danger for others? Such questions are raised — but never […]

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Michelle Yeoh Will Appear in ‘Crazy Rich Asian’ Film Adaptation

In honor of Taiwanese brand Shiatzy Chen’s 40th anniversary, friends and fans of the house took over the basement of the Palais de Tokyo, painted in vivid colors. In the front row was a mix of up-and-coming faces such as “Reign” and “Teen Wolf” actress Adelaide Kane or French actress Luna Besson, but also industry heavyweight Michelle Yeoh.
The opulent collection would fit right into Yeoh’s upcoming role as Eleanor Sung-Young in “Crazy Rich Asians,” directed by Jon M. Chu and adapted from Kevin Kwan’s best-selling novel of the same name. She will also star a comedy director and respected action choreographer’s Yuen Woo-Ping.
Comedic value aside, the Asian action star is a firm supporter of women empowerment. “[Helping women being financially independent] helps families and nations to grow,” she said.

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Film Review: ‘Chef Flynn’

There’s a different, darker film lurking beneath the lusciously edible Food Network surface of “Chef Flynn,” and when director Cameron Yates lets it peek out from the gastroporn, like little chips of charcoal in a white chocolate mousse, you feel a slight jab in your gut. A largely celebratory portrait of one of the most […]

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Wes Anderson’s new film takes festival by storm

Director Wes Anderson has won the best director prize at the Berlin film festival for his new animated movie Isle of Dogs.
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Alexandra Shipp to Receive Women in Film Max Mara Face of the Future Award

MILAN — Alexandra Shipp will be the 13th recipient of the annual Women in Film Max Mara Face of the Future Award.
The actress will be honored at the 2018 Women in Film Crystal + Lucy Awards on June 13 at The Beverly Hilton hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif.
Shipp will meet Max Mara’s owners, the Maramotti family, and attend the brand’s fall 2018 show today.
Past recipients include Natalie Dormer, Kate Mara, Rose Byrne, Hailee Steinfeld, Chloë Grace Moretz, Katie Holmes, Zoë Saldana, Elizabeth Banks, Ginnifer Goodwin, Emily Blunt and Maria Bello.
Shipp is best known for her role as the iconic mohawked superheroine Storm in 20th Century Fox’s “X-Men: Apocalypse.” She is also set to appear in the next X-Men franchise, “Dark Phoenix,” due to be released on Nov. 2.
Aside from acting, Shipp is a Los Angeles-based songwriter, pianist and guitar player.
Founded in 1973, Women in Film is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting equal opportunities for women and encouraging creative projects by women.
Shipp is keeping busy. In March, the actress will be in theaters in Fox 2000’s coming-of-age story “Love, Simon,” based on the popular book “Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda.” She is working on New Line’s “Son of Shaft,” opposite Samuel L. Jackson.

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Berlin Film Review: ‘U – July 22’

Inasmuch as there could ever be a good time to premiere a film about the 2011 Utøya massacre, “U – July 22” arrives at a particularly tender, difficult moment. Unspooling at the Berlin Film Festival five days after the Parkland mass shooting in Florida, Erik Poppe’s appropriately agonizing single-take reconstruction of the right-wing terrorist attack […]

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Leslie Bibb and Sam Rockwell, BAFTAs, 2018Before the Oscars, there is Britain’s equivalent: the BAFTAs.
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Idris Elba pops the question at film debut

Luther star Idris Elba delighted crowds as he got down on one knee and proposed to his girlfriend Sabrina Dhowre at a screening of his new film.
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In the Oscars race, only one film stands out

It seems not so long ago that some of the year’s best movies were justly celebrated at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. That time has passed.
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Teen sexualisation made Natalie Portman rethink film roles

The actress spoke at the Women’s March in LA on how male behaviour made her change her image.
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Sundance Film Review: ‘This Is Home’

There has been such a massive influx of Syria-themed documentaries in recent years that it could be easy for festival audiences and critics alike to feel, if not jaded, at least a little weary: The war and its ensuing refugee crisis may be the most urgent international humanitarian cause of our age, but hasn’t the […]

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Sundance Film Review: ‘Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot’

Twenty years ago, Robin Williams approached director Gus Van Sant about developing irreverent Portland cartoonist John Callahan’s memoir, “Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot,” with the intention of playing its author — a quadriplegic skirt-chaser, wheelchair racer, born-again bastard, tactlessly un-P.C. disaster — in what sounds like it would have been a wild, […]

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Kenneth Ning Produces Film, Look Book Instead of Show

Add Kenneth Ning to the list of designers who have eschewed runway shows this season.
The New York-based designer, who launched his collection in 2015, has partnered with multimedia artist Patrick Welde and art director Anthony Stephinson to showcase his fall collection.
Ning handed over his completed line to the two men, and they returned “The Twisted System,” a look book and short film that was shot over several days in Paris.
“It was time for me to take a new presentation direction with my collection,” said Ning. “The influencer has grown to huge importance with retailers and consumers. Patrick has a great eye and the past client experience I am looking for in shaping my brand to a more international retailer and consumer.”
Ning’s fall collection blends streetwear and tailoring with pieces that provide what he described as “a twisted dream state,” consisting of  unusual proportions and fabrics that range from flannel tartans to plaids.
Welde is part of the growing Parisian avant-garde scene and has worked with brands and publications including Balenciaga and Antidote Magazine.

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Timothée Chalamet Donates Salary From Woody Allen Film to Time’s Up, Other Charities

Timothée Chalamet is the latest high-profile actor to donate film earnings to the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund. In addition to Time’s Up, the “Call Me by Your Name” star said he will also be giving his salary from the upcoming Woody Allen film “A Rainy Day in New York” to the LGBT Center in […]

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Berlin Film Festival Fleshes Out Competition Lineup

The competition lineup for the Berlin International Film Festival is taking shape with the organizers adding raft of new titles Monday including Robert Pattinson-starrer “Damsel.” There are new competition entries for the 68th edition of the Berlin Film Festival hail from France, Germany, Ireland, the U.K. and across Europe, as well as from the U.S., Iran, […]

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Wahlberg gives up $1.5m in Spacey film pay row

Mark Wahlberg will donate the $ 1.5m (£1m) he made for reshoots of Ridley Scott’s All The Money In The World to the anti-sexual harassment campaign Time’s Up.
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Film Review: ‘Nostalgia’

Just as a laugh is generally bigger the longer its setup, so tears require even more preparation to be properly jerked — which is to say, we can’t be expected to weep for, or with, fictive folks we’ve hardly met. Yet that’s exactly what “Nostalgia” insists upon: This well-meaning dirge of grief introduces audiences to […]

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All About Angelina Jolie’s Connection to Cambodia That Led to Her Golden Globe Nominated Film

Angelina Jolie has a strong connection to Cambodia, the country that inspired her to make her Golden Globe nominated movie, First They Killed My Father.

Based on Cambodia human rights activist Luong Ung’s memoirFirst They Killed My Father documents her experience as a young girl under the brutal rule of the Khmer Rouge.

The actress’ history with the country began in 2000 when she filmed the hit Tomb Raider on location and later returned two years later to adopt her first child, Maddox. 17 years later, Jolie, 41, has introduced the rest of her brood to the South Asian country nestled between Vietnam and Thailand through her Netflix passion project, which is up for the best foreign language film award at Sunday’s Golden Globe.

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“We’ve been coming back and forth for 17 years, it feels like a second home to me,” Jolie told reporters at a press conference the day before the film’s Cambodia premiere where she stepped out with the whole family. “The children have close ties to the children here, many of them are their best friends. Maddox is happy to be back in his country.”

Jolie fell in love with Cambodia while filming her role as Lara Croft role in Tomb Raider. She found the poverty-stricken country still recovering from the genocide inflicted by the Khmer Rouge regime, which led to the deaths of nearly a quarter of the population from 1975 to 1979. The group was active until 1999, and the war tribunals started in 2009 are ongoing.

Despite the terror endured by average Cambodians, Jolie recently told Vanity Fair of her first visit, “I found a people who were so kind and warm and open, and, yes, very complex. You drive around here you can see a lot of people with many things, but not often expressing happiness. You go there, and you see the families come out with their blanket and their picnic to watch a sunset.”

The Netflix movie, directed by Jolie, was shot on location with Maddox, 15, and Pax, 13, working on the production and their siblings — Zahara, 11, Shiloh, 10, and twins Knox and Vivienne, 8 — joining the family during filming.

It was an especially personal shoot for Maddox as he helped research the devastation inflicted on Cambodia by the Khmer Rouge communist party in the 1970s that killed nearly 2 million people in a population of 7 million. “He was the one who just called it and said he was ready and that he wanted to work on it, which he did,” Jolie recently told The Guardian of Maddox’s role in the film. “He read the script, helped with notes, and was in the production meetings.”

Shortly before its release the actress expressed hope that by shedding light on the genocide in Cambodia under the Khmer Rouge communist party’s regime, the Cambodian people will take pride in what they survived instead of feeling hatred or resentment for what the country endured in the late 1970s.

“I hope this doesn’t bring up hatred. I hope this doesn’t bring up blame,” Jolie told the BBC in a behind-the-scenes special produced by the British TV network about the genocide and the making of her film that aired on Sunday. “I hope the people of this country are proud when they see it, because they see what they’ve survived.”

The 2018 Golden Globes are set to air Sunday, January 7, on NBC at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PST. First They Killed My Father is available to watch on Netflix.


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Stephen Fry steps down as Bafta Film Awards host

The long-time awards MC says it’s time to “let others take the Baftas on to new heights”.
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Cate Blanchett to Preside over 71st Cannes Film Festival

WOMAN’S HOUR: Call it the Harvey Weinstein effect. Two-time Academy Award winner Cate Blanchett is to be president of the jury at the 71st edition of the Cannes International Film Festival, making her the 12th woman to fill the role in the festival’s history. Spanish director Pedro Almodovar occupied the seat last year.
The festival will be held from May 8 to May 19 – the day of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding – and this year will open on a Tuesday and end on a Saturday.
The 48-year-old Australian actress, who has been vocal in her support of the women who have come forward in the Weinstein affair after a series of sexual assault statements were made against the producer, is also one of 300 female Hollywood actors, directors, producers, agents, writers and executives backing the recently launched Time’s Up initiative to help fight sexual harassment in the workplace.
Declaring she was “humbled by the privilege and responsibility” of the role, Blanchett in a statement on Thursday shared some of her own achievements as a festival regular. Most recently, in 2015, she attended the event for “Carol” by Todd Haynes, a film that she co-produced with the Weinstein Co. and

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Why is Germany obsessed with this British film?

Dinner For One is a cultural phenomenon.
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Film Review: ‘Hunting Season’

There’s a regal, rolling sense of great-outdoors scale to “Hunting Season,” a confident, clean-lined debut from Argentinian writer-director Natalia Garagiola, that only puts the internal shuttering of its young protagonist in starker relief. Hitting its emotional marks with mature clarity — if little in the way of surprise — this quietly bruised coming-of-age story sees […]

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Growing Chinese Online Literature Market Leads to Film, TV, Game Adaptation Boom

China’s fast-growing online literature market has become an important source of inspiration for studios as film, TV, and online game adaptations of popular titles proved to be a major success in 2017. According to a report released this week by Chinese research firm iResearch, the market for online literature — fiction stories published on the […]

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A Sex Pistols Concert Film Languished for Four Decades. Here’s Why.

The story of the documentary “D.O.A.: A Right of Passage” involved the founder of High Times and a race to capture the band’s only United States tour.
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Dungeons and Dragons film due for release in 2021

Paramount is looking to cast their spell on nostalgic fans with a new Dungeons and Dragons film after their legal battle concluded.
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Fox to sell film and TV assets to Disney

Two of the world’s biggest media and entertainment companies have fired the starting pistol on the biggest shake-up in Hollywood since the 1930s as 21st Century Fox agreed to sell its entertainment assets to Walt Disney Co for $ 52.4bn.
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Scene City: Daniel Day-Lewis Makes an Appearance at His Own Film Party

Guests gathered Monday evening to toast the premiere of “Phantom Thread,” which stars Mr. Day-Lewis, Lesley Manville and Vicky Krieps.
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Film Review: ‘Bullet Head’

Good intentions sometimes come in odd packages, and while one doesn’t doubt writer-director Paul Solet’s sincerity, “Bullet Head” makes his judgment questionable — a vaguely “Reservoir Dogs”-esque crime thriller is not, it turns out, the ideal vehicle in which to plead for humane treatment of actual dogs. Even without that earnest underlying agenda, this slick […]

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‘I didn’t know Phantom would be my last film’

Daniel Day-Lewis has confirmed his latest film will be his last.
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Enid Blyton’s The Magic Faraway Tree to be made into film

The Magic Faraway Tree books are being adapted for the big screen for the first time.
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Deadwood: HBO plans film revival for 2018

After years of online pleads and media inquiries, HBO has finally announced plans to reboot one of its most beloved shows.
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Kevin Spacey to be erased from completed film

Ridley Scott is to reshoot scenes with actor Christopher Plummer in time for a December release.
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Spacey erased from film as allegations intensify

Kevin Spacey is being erased from an upcoming film and replaced by another actor – just over a month before the movie is due to be released.
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Gal Gadot Honored With Palm Springs Film Fest Rising Star Award

“Wonder Woman” star Gal Gadot will be recognized by the Palm Springs Film Festival with its Rising Star Award. Gadot will receive the award at the fest’s awards gala on Jan. 2 at the Palm Springs Convention Center. The fest runs Jan. 4-15. “Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman showed us a strong, capable, poised, curious and compassionate character, […]

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Rap Disrupted Music First. Now It’s TV and Film.

Questlove, Salamishah Tillet and Jon Caramanica discuss depictions of rap’s old-school days as well as new series and movies with hip-hop embedded into their frameworks.
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Film Movement Buys Neolithic Drama ‘Iceman’ for North America (EXCLUSIVE)

Film Movement has acquired all North American distribution rights to the drama “Iceman,” written and directed by Felix Randau, Variety has learned exclusively. “Iceman,” which premiered in August at the Locarno Film Festival, centers on the final days of an Alps dweller about 5,300 years ago. “Iceman” will have a multi-platform U.S. release in the […]

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Olivia Munn and Multiple Women Accuse Film Producer Brett Ratner of Sexual Misconduct

Movie producer Brett Ratner has been accused of multiple cases of sexual misconduct or harassment — including by actresses Olivia Munn and Natasha Henstridge.

In an article published by the Los Angeles Times Wednesday, six women spoke out against the longtime Hollywood power player, 48, who directed the Rush Hour series and produced movies including Horrible Bosses and The Revenant.

In a statement to the L.A. Times, Ratner’s attorney Martin Singer vehemently disputed the specific allegations and said “no woman has ever made a claim against him for sexual misconduct or sexual harassment. Furthermore, no woman has ever requested or received any financial settlement from my client.”

Munn claims that while visiting the set of the 2004 Ratner-directed film After the Sunset, he masturbated in front of her.

“He walked out … with his belly sticking out, no pants on, shrimp cocktail in one hand and he was furiously masturbating in the other,” Munn said. “And before I literally could even figure out where to escape or where to look, he ejaculated.”

Munn said she let out a “startled scream” and raced out of the trailer. She said she immediately told the man who told her to go into the trailer. “It wasn’t a shock. It wasn’t surprise,” Munn recalled the man saying. “It was just, ‘Ugh, sorry about that.’ ”

Munn said she told her sister, Sara Potts, about the incident, who urged her to speak with a lawyer. Potts confirmed Munn’s account to the L.A. Times.

The actress said the attorney dissuaded her from going up against a powerful director.

“That did leave an impact on me,” Munn said. “How broken do women have to be before people listen?”

The actress wrote about the alleged incident in her 2010 collection of essays without naming Ratner. Later in 2010, Munn claims she saw Ratner at a party, where he reportedly bragged about ejaculating on magazine covers featuring her image.

“I’ve made specific, conscientious choices not to work with Brett Ratner,” Munn told The Times.

“It feels as if I keep going up against the same bully at school who just won’t quit,” she said. “You just hope that enough people believe the truth and for enough time to pass so that you can’t be connected to him anymore.”

Ratner “vehemently disputes” Munn’s claims, Singer told The Times.

Actress and model Natasha Henstridge claims that when she was 19, she was forced to perform oral sex on Ratner in his New York apartment after watching a movie with a group of friends. Henstridge alleges Ratner blocked the doorway when she tried to leave and began touching himself.

“He strong-armed me in a real way,” she said. “He physically forced himself on me. At some point, I gave in and he did his thing.”

Singer disputed the allegation to the L.A. Times, saying Ratner spent time with Henstridge but claiming the actress was “upset after learning my client had a girlfriend who he would not leave” for her.

Actresses Jaime Ray Newman and Katharine Towne claim Ratner made unwanted, aggressive advances to them on a plane and at a party, respectively. Singer disputed both accounts. 

Four people involved on the film Rush Hour 2 also came forward to describe a “sexually charged” work environment, and two background actresses said Ratner pursued them and offered them speaking roles. Singer disputed the claims, and James M. Freitag, an assistant director on the set, told The Times in a statement that “any complaints of any kind including sexual harassment would be immediately directed to my attention. There were no complaints reported to me whatsoever.”

Ratner, whose next project as a director is a Hugh Hefner biography starring Jared Leto, has been romantically linked in the past to stars including Mariah Carey and Lindsay Lohan.


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Mexico’s Machete Films, France’s Cine-Sud to Co-produce Federico Cecchetti’s Second Film (EXCLUSIVE)

MORELIA, Mexico — Mexican producer-distributor Machete Films and France’s Cine-Sud Promotion are co-producing Mexican-Italian helmer Federico Cecchetti’s next feature, “Letters from the Land of the Tarahumara,” which Cecchetti developed at the Cannes Festival’s directors’ residence Cinefondation last year. Cecchetti’s debut feature “Mara’Akame’s Dream” (“El Sueno del Mara’Akame”) won the Best First Mexican Feature Prize at […]

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Making ‘Mother!,’ the Year’s Most Divisive Film

Is it the most confusing movie of 2017 or merely the most provocative? Darren Aronofsky, Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem explain the movie.
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Coming Home: Manolo Blahnik Film Premieres at Curzon Cinema in London

MANOLO COMES HOME: After making its debut in New York, “Manolo: The Boy Who Made Shoes for Lizards,” got its London premiere during fashion week on Monday night at the Curzon Bloomsbury cinema. Guests who numbered Blahnik, Charlotte Dellal, Stephen Jones, Isabeli Fontana, and Lulu Guinness, gathered to toast the celluloid love-letter to Blahnik and his life and work.
“His life is so filled with filmic moments, I’ve always thought his story would make for fascinating and entertaining cinema,” said Roberts – who wrote and directed the film.
For Blahnik, all the film’s praise – from Anna Wintour, John Galliano, Andre Leon Talley, Paloma Picasso, Naomi Campbell and Rihanna – made for some uncomfortable viewing. “I never believe anything like that – ‘You’re wonderful, You’re wonderful’ – it doesn’t touch me. I’m not very good with compliments and things like that,” admitted Blahnik after the screening.

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Jones said his favorite moment was watching Blahnik and Galliano exchanging banter. “They both egg each other on to a place which should not be filmed,” said Jones with a smile. “But I love all of Blahnik’s funny little asides, and the arched eyebrows and the screams. Those were the best

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Gareth Pugh And Nick Knight Screen Emotional “Non-Fashion” Film

HIGH ANXIETY: Gareth Pugh eschewed a show this season in favor of a film, directed by Nick Knight and screened at IMAX in London to an audience that had to run the gauntlet of aggressive anti-fur protestors to enter the venue.
The anxiety caused by that arrival set adrenaline at an appropriate level for the on-screen drama.
“I didn’t want to make a fashion film; I wanted to make something that went a lot deeper and was more emotional,” Pugh said.
In fact, the opening scenes were more akin to the horror genre than the slick and stylized visuals the audience was expecting. The film opens with two besuited men, the designer was one of them, disfiguring each other’s faces and bodies with mud and paint in an unsettling way that evoked the darker works of Francis Bacon. The violent and perverse scene ends with Pugh naked and splayed on a table, covered in mud, the other man literally ripping apart his clay body.
The film progresses through scenes of dancers, choreographed by Wayne McGregor: a figure spinning in a dramatically high-collared coat, and eye-less models in hard metal gowns. The palette moves through grays to black, red, gold and white as the film lightens

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Jake Gyllenhaal film slated over amputee casting

A foundation supporting disabled people criticised the film for using the actor to play a man who lost both legs.
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Julie Delpy to Receive Honorary Tribute at 30th European Film Awards

Julie Delpy, the Oscar-nominated French-American writer, filmmaker and actress, will receive the European Achievement in World Cinema award at the 30th European Film Awards in December. The honor recognizes Delpy’s rich and diverse career in front of and behind the camera. The Paris-born Delpy is best known for her role opposite Ethan Hawke in Richard… Read more »

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Halle Berry Dominates The Red Carpet At Toronto International Film Festival

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Amal Clooney Wows in Vintage 3-Tiered Green Dress at 2017 Venice Film Festival

Amal Clooney, George Clooney, Venice Film FestivalNew mama Amal Clooney is killing it with all the glam.
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The female director who was issued a fatwa for her first film

Her film, In Between, depicts three young Arab women drinking and taking drugs.
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Venice Film Review: ‘The Private Life of a Modern Woman’

It’s a moment we’ve witnessed in the movies a thousand times. Two people are fighting, one of them holding a gun, and when the other one tries to wrest it from him, they tussle a bit and the gun just…goes off. Boom! Like that. It’s an “accident” that has the cosmic convenience of killing somebody who… Read more »

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Steinbeck estate in lawsuit over film remakes

Big screen remakes of John Steinbeck’s books have been thwarted by legal wrangling between the author’s remaining family members.
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Stars Come Out to Venice Film Festival, Which Opens Up With ‘Downsizing’

VENICE, Italy – A bevy of Hollywood talent, including Oscar winners George Clooney, Matt Damon, Julianne Moore, Jennifer Lawrence and Octavia Spencer, is heading to the Venice Film Festival, which opens its 74th edition Wednesday evening amid growing confidence in its role as an awards-season launching pad. Leading a robust roster of studio pics premiering on… Read more »

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Film Review: ‘Polina’

One of the defining movie moments of the last 40 years — a sequence at once ridiculous, iconic, and enthralling — is the ballet-school audition climax of “Flashdance,” in which the aspiring dance superstar played by Jennifer Beals prances and struts and gyrates and, finally, break-dances to the synth-pop glory of Giorgio Moroder and Irene… Read more »

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Angelina Jolie, Javier Bardem, Helen Mirren Leading Talks at Toronto Film Festival

Javier Bardem, Gael García Bernal, Angelina Jolie and Helen Mirren will headline a series of public conversations about their careers as part of this year’s Toronto Film Festival. Many of these actors and filmmakers aren’t just trekking to Canada to take a jaunt down memory lane. They’re also on hand to launch new films. Bardem… Read more »

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Will Jerry Lewis’s infamous ‘lost’ film ever be seen?

Twitter users hope The Day the Clown Cried may be released in the wake of the comic’s death.
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To the stars: New sci-fi film cast revealed

Director James Gray is planning a trip to the stars, and is rounding up an all-star cast to take with him.
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Tribeca Film Festival Sets 2018 Dates

The Tribeca Film Festival has set its 2018 dates, lining up a 12-day run in April for the 17th annual New York City festival. Submission deadlines have also been mapped out, with creators able this year to submit features and shorts through the digital system Withoutabox. Submissions in all fields, including features, T.V., immersive and… Read more »

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Full Trailer For Entirely Hand-Painted Film About Van Gogh Is Here

Get a glimpse of the gorgeous upcoming biopic exploring Vincent van Gogh’s mysterious death.
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Locarno Film Review: ‘Mrs. Hyde’

An offbeat, fizzy farce that goes a little flat by the end, Serge Bozon’s hot-ticket Locarno premiere “Mrs. Hyde” drinks no potion, but nonetheless demonstrates a split personality. Half enjoyable, half frustrating, the film’s (extremely) loose basis on Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic novella “Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde” would seem to provide… Read more »

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Wind River is the film to watch this summer

In a summer of big blockbusters, we should consider taking some time to watch one of the year’s most promising indie films.
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Angelina Jolie’s Film Criticized For Using ‘Exploitative’ Game On Cambodian Orphans

Jolie said her casting directors put money in front of real orphans to see how they’d react.
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Mexico’s Piano Bows Foreign Film Distribution (EXCLUSIVE)

Having carved out a reputation for its distribution of edgier Mexican fare, Piano Distribution, the auteur art pic distribution operation of Julio Chavezmontes’ production house Piano, has moved into international acquisitions, picking up Mexican rights to two high-profile Cannes titles: Ruben Ostlund’s 2017 Palme d’Or winner “The Square” and Rungano Nyoni’s first feature “I’m Not… Read more »

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‘Fifty Shades’ Franchise Veteran Dana Sano to Head Film and Television at Republic Records (EXCLUSIVE)

“Simply stated, her track-record speaks for itself,” said Avery Lipman.

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Pini Tavger’s ‘Pinhas’ Wins 6th Edition of Sam Spiegel Film Lab

Pini Tavger’s “Pinhas,” a film project exploring the Jewish identity through the eyes of a 12-year old boy, won the top prize at the 6th edition of Sam Spiegel International Film Lab, a program running alongside Jerusalem Film Festival. “Pinhas,” which marks the feature debut of actor-director Tavger and is based on his student short… Read more »

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Heels on Fire: Manolo Blahnik Film Trailer Promises Laughs

GREAT HEELS OF FIRE: Manolo Blahnik’s cinematic moment is building with the release of the trailer for his upcoming biopic and documentary “Manolo: The Boy Who Made Shoes for Lizards.”
The film, which will be released on Sept. 15 in New York, features interviews with industry figures including Anna “I don’t look at anyone else’s shoes” Wintour, and André Leon Talley, who calls Blahnik a poet “up there with Baudelaire.”
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Rihanna, David Bailey, John Galliano, Naomi Campbell and Paloma Picasso are among those who feature in the film, which was directed by Michael Roberts, produced by Nevision, Neil Zeiger, Gillian Mosely and Bronwyn Cosgrave.
Blahnik is a natural in front of the camera, despite the fact that he’s never really courted fame or publicity.
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“Oh no, no, no! I love movies desperately, but I have no pretentions or illusions of me being an object of the camera,” he told WWD last year.
“I am a mess in front of the camera. I said to Michael the only condition is that I don’t want to be filmed too much because some days I’m run down or sick.

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Karlovy Vary Film Review: ‘The Nothing Factory’

In times of crisis, suggests a character in “The Nothing Factory,” there are various possible responses: You can shoot a gun or form a community garden. Or in Portuguese documentary director Pedro Pinho’s case, you can make your narrative debut, an occasionally inspired, but often trying three-hour-long, genre-hopping patchwork of social-realist cinema. While such a… Read more »

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Eastwood casts real-life heroes in train attack film

Clint Eastwood is using real-life heroes to play themselves in his film about the Paris train terror plot.
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Tarantino working on Manson murders film

Quentin Tarantino is reportedly working on a film about the Manson Family murders.
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Next DC Animated Film Will Seemingly Be Gotham By Gaslight

Following Batman and Harley Quinn, the next DC animated film appears to be a retelling of Gotham by Gaslight, the story that sees Batman transplanted into the 18th Century.

An image on Reddit appears to show the back cover of the Batman and Harley Quinn Blu-ray, which lists “A Sneak Peak at DC Universe’s Next Animated Movie: Batman: Gotham by Gaslight” as a special feature:

Gotham by Gaslight was originally a much-loved DC Elseworlds story, featuring Bruce Wayne (alongside several familiar faces) becoming Batman in 1889, and investigating whether Jack the Ripper has come to Gotham.

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Karlovy Vary Film Review: ‘Little Crusader’

An epic poem makes for echoingly sparse cinema — however vast the historical milieu — in “Little Crusader,” a tight-lipped study in Medieval minimalism from talented Czech formalist Václav Kadrnka.

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Film Republic Picks Up Karlovy Vary Competition Title ‘The Line’ (EXCLUSIVE)

London-based sales agency Film Republic has picked up the international rights, excluding Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Ukraine, to the Slovak-Ukrainian coproduction “The Line,” which has its world premiere in the competition selection at the Karlovy Vary Intl. Film Festival. The first official co-production between Slovakia and Ukraine, “The Line” tells the story of a… Read more »

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Film critic Barry Norman dies

The former presenter of the BBC’s Film programme died in his sleep on Friday night, his family says.
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Film critic Barry Norman dies aged 83

Film critic Barry Norman has died at the age of 83, leaving behind an “enviable career” as film’s longest running host.
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Diversity ‘pandemic’ plaguing UK film industry

Industry bosses from the Star Wars and Bond franchises have warned the UK film industry is facing a serious diversity issue.
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9 stars who turned down great film roles

Emma Watson, Will Smith and seven other actors who passed on now-iconic movie roles.
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Gilliam finishes Quixote film after 17 years

Terry Gilliam has finally wrapped up his film The Man Who Killed Don Quixote – after 17 years.
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Film Review: ‘Letters from Baghdad’

The real jewels of the film are the scores of archival films from the early 1900s through the 1930s, many retaining their original tinting and stencil colors, offering a window into Bell’s world.

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Cannes Film Review: ‘Based on a True Story’

It’s hard to talk about Roman Polanski’s “Based on a True Story” without revealing the twist, although it’s much harder trying to imagine anyone actually falling for it. A thin psychological two-hander between two writers, both of them women, this over-obvious metaphor for the creative process — never quite thrilling enough to qualify as a… Read more »

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Swiss Fests Pact on ‘Connect to Reality’ Initiative to Boost Local Film Industry

The Locarno, Zurich, and Geneva Tous Écrans festivals have joined forces to launch a collective initiative and think tank called Connect to Reality meant to help Swiss industry professionals analyse specific challenges they face in film development, production and distribution. The new initiative marks a rare case of the three events joining forces, in an… Read more »

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Rihanna ‘heist’ Twitter joke leads to film deal

What started as a joke on social media over a photo of Rihanna and Lupita Nyong’o is now getting the buddy movie treatment.
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Cannes Film Review: ‘West of the Jordan River’

In “West of the Jordan River,” controversial Israeli director Amos Gitai returns to the occupied territories for the first time since his 1982 “Field Diary” to observe how Israelis and Palestinians could together overcome the consequences of occupation. By appearing on-camera at times himself, the 66-year-old helmer delivers not only a thought-provoking, moving and surprisingly… Read more »

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Snyder quits film after daughter’s suicide

Zack Snyder has quit upcoming superhero film Justice League following the suicide of his 20-year-old daughter.
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2017 Cannes Film Festival: Kering and Madame Figaro Host 70 Women in Film Cannes Lunch

ISLAND LIFE: Clad in printed Gucci pajamas and quirky oversized shades, Salma Hayek was in a playful mood at a lunch held by Kering and Madame Figaro on Monday at La Guérite, an open-air seaside restaurant on Sainte-Marguerite island, a short boat ride from Cannes.

The atmosphere at the Kering and Madame Figaro Women in Film Cannes lunch 
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The event celebrated 70 women in film in the context of the 70th anniversary of the Cannes Film Festival.
Hayek took videos of co-host Isabelle Huppert and popped Gucci shades on Agnès Varda as guests feasted on a spread of Mediterranean dishes including tuna tartare and wasabi sorbet, grilled sweet peppers and home-made gnocchi.

Salma Hayek at the Kering and Madame Figaro Women in Film Cannes lunch 
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“It’s lovely, we’re in nature, it’s a great atmosphere. The energy of it is healing for the festival. It’s so important that we women stick together and work together as a force, if we do this nobody can stop us,” said Hayek, who plays a healer and masseuse in her latest film, “Beatriz at Dinner,” directed by Miguel Arteta.
“I’m so proud, it’s one of the best things I’ve done in my life. It’s about the divorce of the two Americas,

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