Joyeux Noel (2005)
A jury chaired by Michel Hazanavicius and featuring Berlinale director Carlo Chatrian, actress Jadranka Đokić, director Srdan Golubović and the Morelia Film Festival’s Andrea Stavenhagen, awarded the festival’s top prize, the Heart of Sarajevo, to Visar Morina’s Exile. The pic stars Misel Maticevic and Sandra Huller in the story of a chemical engineer of foreign origin who plunges into an identity crisis. It debuted at Sundance this year.
The Heart of Sarajevo for Best Director went to Ru Hasanov for The Island Within, while Best Actress went to Marija Škaričić for Mare, and Best Actor went to Vangelis Mourikis for Digger. You can see the list of awards below, as well as the festival’s industry winners.
Eight features have been selected for the main competition of the Sarajevo Film Festival, which is taking place as a physical event from August 14-21.
They include the world premieres of More Raça’s Andromeda Galaxy; Fatih Özcan’s Mavzer; Ruxandra Ghițescu’s Otto The Barbarian; and Ru Hasanov’s The Island Within. A further three films played in the Berlinale’s Panorama section earlier this year: Visar Morina’s Exile; Andrea Staka’s Mare; and Georgis Grigorakis’ Digger, which won the strand’s Cicae Award.
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Officially announced Thursday morning, The Meaning of Mariah Carey will be released on September 29th by Andy Cohen Books, an imprint at Henry Holt & Company, while the audio book will be produced by Audible. The book was written in collaboration with Michaela Angela Davis, who has worked extensively in fashion, journalism and activism.
“This book is composed of my memories, my mishaps, my struggles,
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An infectiously funny slice of modern Korean cinema where Train to Busan, The Quiet Family and Warm Bodies collide to create Zombie For Sale, a memorable rom-zom-com from debut director Lee Min-jae. For the first time ever, fans can trace the decades-long evolution of Gamera, from the "friend of all children" in his more light-hearted earlier films, to the Guardian of the Universe in the groundbreaking 1990s reboot series, often hailed as three of the best kaiju films ever made.
Zombie for Sale and Gamera: The Complete Collection will be available July 1st on the Arrow Video Channel in the Us and the UK. Additional new titles available July 1st include Creepshow 2,
The studio initially released a brief tease earlier in the week that helped to set the tone, but this is a much more comprehensive look at what's in store. The trailer opens up with waves crashing on rocks near the ocean as a group of friends get together for a little road trip. They pull up at a large house overlooking the ocean that they are renting from a man who seems friendly, but a bit off. They have fun on the beach.
The footage kicks off with various shots of waves crashing on the rocks near a beach. We see some cliffs, greenery and other serene imagery. We then see a group of people getting out of a BMW upon arriving at a large house overlooking the cliffs and the water. Based on the title, it seems they are renting this house for a little getaway. The teaser concludes with an ominous shot of a figure cloaked in fog. Coupled with
Featuring an all-star cast including Dan Stevens (“Downton Abbey,” Beauty and the Beast), Alison Brie (“BoJack Horseman,” “Glow”), Sheila Vand (A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, Argo) and Jeremy Allen (“Shameless,”Movie 43),The Rental was also co-written by Franco and Joe Swanberg (“Easy,” Drinking Buddies, Happy Christmas).
Two couples looking to celebrate their seed money from a new business venture, embark on a weekend getaway to a seemingly perfect house they’ve booked online. But what begins as a festive weekend for the four close friends turns into something far more sinister as secrets they’ve kept from each other are exposed and paranoia grows that they may not be alone.
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If Betty White turns out to be Mrs. Claus in this upcoming Lifetime Christmas movie, it still wouldn't be the first time the legendary actress has played that part in her decades-long career. She first played Mrs. Claus when she voiced an animated version of the character in
The company will renew its successful “Live Pd” franchise for an additional 160 episodes on A&e, while launching a live showcase led by comedian Jeff Foxworthy and a series featuring WWE wrestlers tracking the professional-wrestling organization’s memorabilia – a sign that many TV companies will likely rely on reality programming in weeks ahead as production is crimped by the coronavirus pandemic. And it will also unveil a spate of original movies for its Lifetime cable network, says Paul Buccieri, president of A+E Networks Group, in an interivew.
“We are in production 52 weeks a year, and have a long-term view,” says Buccieri The executive said the company has been able to continue post-production work on its array of unscripted series by moving staffers to work at home. The company has also been “pushing our scripted movies,” a staple of the company’s Lifetime network,
Scandinavian studio Nordisk Film has acquired a minority stake in Fantefilm, the Norwegian production company behind disaster features The Quake and The Wave.
The deal will also see Nordisk secure an output deal with Fantefilm, which has four features in production and is also developing a major TV series. It will give the studio Nordic distribution and international sales rights to Fantefilm’s future slate.
Kenneth Wiberg, president of Nordisk Film Distribution and VP of Nordisk Film, said the move was part of its ongoing strategic to be
It’s a pattern we’ve seen repeatedly, most recently with Aretha Franklin documentary “Amazing Grace” and Judi Dench drama “Red Joan.” And where “Tolkien” might have been a platform release in the past, it opened in over 1,400 theaters. The emphasis on wider play shifts from the conventional paradigm, as well as a lack of faith given its mediocre reviews.
The Biggest Little Farm (Neon) – Metacritic: 72; Festivals include: Telluride, Toronto, Hamptons 2018
$101,012 in 5 theaters; PTA (per theater average): $20,002
It’s an impressive initial response in five major New York/Los Angeles venues for this documentary about a Southern California farm that uses biodiversity and ecologically friendly methods. This is a topic that receives significant interest in social media,
“Our Lady of Paris” marks Donzelli’s fifth feature film, following “Marguerite & Julien,” which competed at the Cannes Film Festival; “Hand in Hand”; “Declaration of War,” which played at Cannes’ Critics’ Week and earned six Cesar nominations; and “Queen of Hearts.”
Donzelli stars in the film as Maud Crayon, a failing architect and single mom of two who unexpectedly wins the contest to spearhead the renovation of the esplanade of Notre-Dame de Paris, and who has to deal with a pair of exes – both of whom she still has feelings for.
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"Elf is the most beloved holiday movie in my household because it's a film that makes you feel warm, happy and silly, and everyone needs some of that come the holidays. That, plus Will Ferrell's elf antics will never get old!"
The top 5 holiday movies are rounded out by The Polar Express, Love Actually, which actually got a Love Actually 2 sequel of sorts on
Cohen Media Group has acquired North American rights to the thriller My Son (Mon Garcon) starring Guillaume Canet and Melanie Laurent.
Christian Carion directs the recently completed film that Wild Bunch is screening in Cannes.
My Son centres on a husband and wife who are growing apart as the man receives a message from his distraught ex-wife during a stop-over in France.
When she says their son has gone missing, the man begins a search and will stop at nothing to get him back.
Carion directed French Oscar nominee Joyeux Noel and Farewell (L’affaire Farewell) and most recently Come What May, which Cohen Media Group distributed last autumn.
“Following our success with Come What May we are delighted to continue our close relationship with Christian Carion,” Cohen Media Group chairman and CEO Charles Cohen said.
“I’m really happy to work again with Cohen’s crew
The greatest thing about the best foreign-language film category is the recognition of works from all around the world. Throughout the years, movies made outside the United States of America have gotten the recognition they deserve thanks to the implementation of this specific award. With the 2017 Oscars right around the corner, let’s take a look back at the distribution of nominations and wins across the seven continents that make up this big world we inhabit.
This year’s best foreign-language film contenders are: Toni Erdmann (Germany), The Salesman (Iran), Land of Mine (Denmark), A Man Called Ove (Sweden), Paradise (Russia), The King’s Choice (Norway), My Life as a Zucchini (Switzerland), It’s Only the End of the World (Canada), and Tanna (Australia). This site’s namesake, The Hollywood’s Scott Feinberg, lists the first five of those as frontrunners and the other four as major threats.
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