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Oscars 2018: Pete Hammond Breaks Down The Winners And Losers Of The Fall Festivals

Last year at this time, strong and obvious Best Picture Oscar contenders had emerged from the so-called Fall trifecta of film festivals at Venice, Telluride and Toronto. 1,654 more words


Egypt Oscar Entry 'Sheikh Jackson' Getting U.S. Release Via Cleopatra Entertainment

EXCLUSIVE: Cleopatra Entertainment has acquired North American rights to Sheikh Jackson, the Michael Jackson-themed pic that Egypt has selected as its entry into the Oscar Foreign Language Film race. 146 more words

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Interview: Director Peter Landesman on Investigative Journalism and "Mark Felt - The Man Who Brought Down The White House"

Who was Mark Felt? What was the name of the President of the United states he brought down? Why his appearance in history won’t be questioned but rather be considered as a true hero? 1,720 more words

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Interview: Liam Neeson Talks "Mark Felt - The Man Who Brought Down The White House"

How many actors can you imagine who could portray a man who brought the White House down? Before even seeing the film and brief trailer, it was obvious that Liam Neeson was perfect man to portray Mark Felt, or Deep Throat. 1,569 more words

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FNC 2017: Sexy Durga (India)

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In Sanal Kumar Sadhidaran’s Sexy Durga , a North Indian girl traveling with a Keralite man (they are obviously not married) are given a lift by a group of turbulent young adults. 324 more words

Contemporary Cinema

Tigre (2017)

Viewed at TIFF ’17

A collection of women of different generations find themselves sharing space in a run-down house on the Argentine delta. The men around them (sons, boyfriends) appear to lack the strength of conviction and personality that the women possess – it makes for some really interesting scenes between the women, and a couple of rogue threads in the story featuring the younger men/boys which seemed to belong elsewhere. 15 more words


Jean-Michel Basquiat Docu 'Boom For Real' Acquired By Magnolia Pictures

Magnolia Pictures has acquired North American rights to Boom for Real: The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat, the Sara Driver documentary that just had its world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival. 176 more words

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