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Dario Argento producers deny reports Daft Punk to score ‘Dark Glasses’

Dario Argento producers deny reports Daft Punk to score ‘Dark Glasses’
Dark Glasses is 80-year-old Italian director Dario Argento’s first film in eight years.

The producers of Dario Argento’s upcoming feature Dark Glasses (Occhiali Neri) have issued a statement denying reports that French electronic music duo Daft Punk have signed or even entered discussions to produce a score for the production.

The statement was in response to a slew of stories overnight reporting that Argento had told Italian newspaper La Repubblica that Daft Punk were on board to score his new film.

“They know all my films,” he was quoted as saying in the La Repubblica article. “They learned
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Premieres galore at Sydney Film Festival

Neil Armfield.s Holding the Man, Simon Stone.s The Daughter, Jeremy Sims. Last Cab to Darwin and Jen Peedom.s feature doc Sherpa will have their world premieres at the Sydney Film Festival.

The festival program unveiled today includes 33 world premieres (including 22 shorts) and 135 Australian premieres (with 18 shorts) among 251 titles from 68 countries.

Among the other premieres will be Daina Reid.s The Secret River, Ruby Entertainment's. ABC-tv miniseries starring Oliver Jackson Cohen and Sarah Snook, and three Oz docs, Marc Eberle.s The Cambodian Space Project — Not Easy Rock .n. Roll, Steve Thomas. Freedom Stories and Lisa Nicol.s Wide Open Sky.

Festival director Nashen Moodley boasted. this year.s event will be far larger than 2014's when 183 films from 47 countries were screened, including 15 world premieres. The expansion is possible in part due to the addition of two new screening venues in Newtown and Liverpool.

As previously announced, Brendan Cowell
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Kristin Scott Thomas to star in Vatican, Le Christ Habite Chez Les Borgia

Laurent Herbiet's Vatican, Christ Lives with the Borgias casts Kristin Scott Thomas The film is set to delve within the hidden world of the Vatican, and also includes Andre Dussollier and Sergi Lopez in the cast. Variety reports that the $11.3 million-budgeted film is a political thriller produced by Xavier Castano's Loull Productions in collaboration with Conchita Airoldi of Italy-based Urania Pictures. Michel Desprats, Nathalie Hertzberg, Herbiet and Christian Roux wrote the script with Gianluigi Nuzzi. Vatican, Christ Lives with the Borgias is fact-based and looks at Pope Benedict's relationship with his personal secretary as well as the power struggle and alleged money laundering within the Holy See.
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Kristin Scott Thomas to star in Vatican, Le Christ Habite Chez Les Borgia

Laurent Herbiet's Vatican, Christ Lives with the Borgias casts Kristin Scott Thomas The film is set to delve within the hidden world of the Vatican, and also includes Andre Dussollier and Sergi Lopez in the cast. Variety reports that the $11.3 million-budgeted film is a political thriller produced by Xavier Castano's Loull Productions in collaboration with Conchita Airoldi of Italy-based Urania Pictures. Michel Desprats, Nathalie Hertzberg, Herbiet and Christian Roux wrote the script with Gianluigi Nuzzi. Vatican, Christ Lives with the Borgias is fact-based and looks at Pope Benedict's relationship with his personal secretary as well as the power struggle and alleged money laundering within the Holy See.
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Cult Cinema: The Strange Vice Of Mrs. Wardh (1971)

The Strange Vice Of Mrs. Wardh, 1971

Directed by Sergio Martino

Starring George Hilton, Edwige Fenech, Conchita Airoldi, Manuel Gil and Carlo Alighiero

Synopsis:

A restless woman becomes embroiled in a horrifying mystery that threatens to drive her to the brink of madness... or worse.

Lo strano vizio della Signora Wardh (1971) is a Giallo par excellence. Directed by Sergio Martino (The Case Of The Scorpion’s Tail, All The Colors Of The Dark), and starring none other than the queen of the Giallo herself, Edwige Fenech (Strip Nude For Your Killer), it represents something that a film obsessive will seldom discover yet constantly seeks – the rare gem. A piece that, despite being so great, is so difficult to get hold of. In this case one can only see the film by importing a rather peculiar looking Thai DVD, or settling for the lacklustre Mya Communications effort. The now legendary NoShame DVD,
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