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Taking Woodstock

Taking Woodstock

(Ang Lee, 2009)


A man working at his parents’ motel in the Catskills inadvertently sets in motion the generation-defining concert in the summer of 1969.

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Cinematographer John Toll to Receive Camerimage Lifetime Achievement Award

John Toll – the cinematographer best known for his collaboration with such directors as The Wachowskis, Ang Lee, Mel Gibson, Francis Ford Coppola, Terrence Malick, Cameron Crowe, Edward Zwick and Vince Gilligan – will be honored with the Camerimage Lifetime Achievement Award during the upcoming 25th anniversary edition of the International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography. 298 more words


“Life of Pi” - film amerikan me regji te Ang Lee

Vetem kur dola nga kinemaja e mora vesh se tigri qe kisha pare ne 3D pergjate 2 oresh kish qene… tiger dixhital ! Nderkohe qe, ose e kisha menduar prej verteti, ose nuk e kisha pyetur fort veten per kete gje… 415 more words


'GEMINI MAN' Starring Will Smith Gets Release Date

Paramount Pictures and Skydance Media have set the upcoming science fiction actioner GEMINI MAN for October 4, 2019. Directed by Ang Lee and starring Will Smith in dual roles, the film is written by David Benioff and tells the story of an older NSA agent who is trying to retire. 109 more words


Ang Lee's 'Gemini Man' Starring Will Smith Gets 2019 Release Date at Paramount

Paramount, Skydance and Jerry Bruckheimer Films have set Ang Lee’s science-fiction actioner “Gemini Man,” starring Will Smith, for an awards-season release date of Oct. 4, 2019. 203 more words


Ang Lee's 'Gemini Man' Targets Fall 2019 Release

Paramount Pictures has just dated the Ang Lee-directed Gemini Man for October 4, 2019. Currently, Gemini Man is the only major studio release on that date. 205 more words

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AFI Alums Pitch in for Classmate's Movie

After three years, indie writer-director Danish Renzu and producer Tara Tucker are completing “The Illegal,” a timely film about immigrants in the U.S. The saga is a testament to the filmmakers’ perseverance — and to the power of networking while in film school. 751 more words