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Weinstein TV and the BBC Team Up For 'Les Miserables' Miniseries

Weinstein Television and the BBC are teaming up for a new version of Victor Hugo’s “Les Misérables.” The six-part adaptation will be written by veteran scribe Andrew Davies, who most recently… 326 more words


How Brexit Will Impact the Entertainment Industry (Guest Column)

Since the results of the U.K. referendum were announced, there has been an outpouring of concern about the impact of Brexit. Michael Ryan, chairman of the Independent Film and Television Alliance, described the impact on the U.K.’s entertainment industry as “devastating,” while Harvey Weinstein called the decision a “disaster.” 802 more words


Harvey Weinstein Writes About His Own Rock-Star Dream As ‘Sing Street’ Returns To Theaters

The Weinstein Company is re-releasing John Carney’s coming-of-age pic Sing Street in theaters Friday for the Fourth of July frame, following its original domestic run that kicked off April 15. 771 more words


Hal Hartley Talks... from 2007

Hal Hartley interviewed in The Guardian on the release of the under-rated Fay Grim in 2007. Interesting to note the comparisons made with Spike Lee, Steven Soderbergh, Richard Linklater and especially Whit Stillman.

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You Talkin' To Me, De Niro?

Now I likes Robert De Niro.  He’s done some wonderful movies like “Backdraft” and “The Untouchables” and “Taxi Driver” but I has to wonder about news what says he’s doing his own version of “Vaxxed.”  Seems he weren’t too happy about pulling “Vaxxed” from Tribeca, so he’s making his own movie he doesn’t have to pull from Tribeca. 187 more words


Brexit: What Hollywood And Europe’s Power Players Fear After Shocking Vote

Hollywood and Europe’s industry executives are reacting with concern over the Brexit vote to leave the EU, and what the result means for partners far and near. 1,227 more words


Harvey Weinstein On Brexit: "A Huge Mistake"; People "Voted Out Of Fear"

Harvey Weinstein was in Cannes today for the Cannes Lions Creativity Festival. The exec who has business dealings in the UK told me that he was “shocked” over Britain’s vote to leave the EU and predicted “discrimination” against some productions going forward. 287 more words

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