ما تبقى من ماء تضاءل، القنابل تهوي وتنهمر، والمرء بالكاد يمكنه مغادرة البيت – هذا واقع مَن يعيشون تحت الحرب. ولكن كيف يتفاعل الناس في مثل هذه الظروف؟ في فيلم “Insyriated” يحاول فيليب فان ليو الإجابة على هذا السؤال بطريقة مبتكرة، ما أهله لنيل جائزة “البانوراما” اختيار الجمهور لأفضل فيلم درامي في مهرجان برلين السينمائيّ. 15 more words
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Samuel Goldwyn Films has bought U.S. rights to Penelope Cruz’s comedy “The Queen of Spain,” which premiered at the Berlin Film Festival in February.
“The Queen of Spain,” directed by Fernando Trueba, also stars Chino Darín, Cary Elwes, Mandy Patinkin, Clive Revill and Antonio Resines. 294 more words
IFC has bought U.S. rights to Alex Lawther’s high school comedy-drama “Freak Show.”
The film, based on James St. James’ bestseller of the same name, follows Billy Bloom as a cross-dressing teenager and new student at an ultra-conservative high school. 175 more words
James Cameron wasn't completely forthcoming about altering the digital effects in "TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY 3D"?
Back in February, during a live Question & Answer session with James Cameron at the Berlin Film Festival after the world premiere of “Terminator 2: Judgment Day 3D”, James Cameron revealed that the only scene that would be digitally altered was a fixing of a falling windshield from the T-1000’s truck (as it crashed into the drainage canal). 493 more words
Music Box Films has bought the U.S. rights to the French drama comedy “The Midwife,” starring Catherine Frot and Catherine Deneuve.
“The Midwife,” directed by Martin Provost from his own script, had its world premiere in February at the Berlin International Film Festival. 231 more words
If you can’t trust the talking cat — or perhaps the question should be if you can — whom do you trust? Such are brain-frying quandaries viewers may face deep into the darkness of “Animals,” a deliciously unhinged, blood-laced adult fairy tale from Swiss-Polish writer-director Greg Zglinski. 663 more words
Music Box Films has bought U.S. rights to the documentary “Chavela” and plans an October theatrical release, Variety has learned exclusively.
“Chavela,” directed by Catherine Gund and Daresha Kyi, follows the life of the iconic singer Chavela Vargas, who ran away from Costa Rica to Mexico City in her early teens and began singing in the streets. 190 more words