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Strand Releasing Acquires North American Rights to 'Daughter of Mine' (EXCLUSIVE)

Strand Releasing has acquired all North American rights to Laura Bispuri’s sophomore outing “Daughter of Mine,” which screened at the Tribeca Film Festival.

“Daughter of Mine” world premiered in competition at the Berlin Film Festival where it earned a warm critical reception. 332 more words


Unsane review Steven Soderbergh's brash mental-health thriller slides into silliness

Soderberghs iPhone-shot cinema boasts an excellent Claire Foy as a woman trapped in a psychiatric facility but its ridiculous in all the wrong ways

Steven Soderbergh has ventured into the world of psychiatric grand guignol before, with his excellent… 566 more words


'John McEnroe: In the Realm of Perfection' Documentary Sold to Oscilloscope

Oscilloscope Laboratories has acquired U.S. rights to Julien Faraut’s “John McEnroe: In the Realm of Perfection” documentary about the tennis star.

The movie, which had its world premiere at this year’s Berlin International Film Festival, will be released theatrically in August at Film Forum in New York City, with national expansion to follow. 189 more words


Armie Hammer at the Final Portrait movie premiere celebrating with Guillotine Vodka at the Pacific Design Center

Armie Hammer at the Final Portrait movie premiere celebrating with Guillotine Vodka at the Pacific Design Center, in West Hollywood, Ca., on Monday evening, March 19th, 2018. 95 more words


Venice vs. Cannes vs. Berlin vs. Oscars vs. More: Comparing the Great Festivals

With The Shape of Water‘s historic win of becoming the first film to win both the Venice Film Festival’s top honor, the Golden Lion, and Best Picture at the Oscars, it seems this can be a good opportunity for the general public to know more about international film festivals.  90 more words


M.I.A.: "Alle, jeg havde åbnet døre for, dolkede mig i ryggen"

Mere musik. Mere ’cool’. Mere Sri Lanka. Og mindre privatliv. Det ville M.I.A. gerne have haft i sin ven, instruktør Steve Loveridges portræt af hende, den CPH:DOX-aktuelle ‘MATANGI / MAYA / M.I.A.’. 23 more words


Berlin Film Review: 'What Walaa Wants'

A bullheaded teenage girl growing up in the concrete sprawl of the Balata Refugee Camp in Nablus trains to become a police officer with the Palestinian Security Forces in Canadian director Christy Garland’s “What Walaa Wants.” Shot over five years, from the time Walaa Khaled Fawzy Tanji’s mother Latifa is released from an Israeli prison, to the moment the mature young woman is working her first job, the documentary is a classic slice-of-life coming-of-age story in which audiences trace Walaa’s trajectory from troublemaker to focused adult. 500 more words