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‘Rendez-Vous Avec Pol Pot’ Review: Rithy Panh’s Return To The Killing Fields Spotlights Importance Of Today’s Conflict Journalists – Cannes Film Festival - deadline.com - France - Thailand - Cambodia - county Becker
deadline.com
16.05.2024 / 20:07

‘Rendez-Vous Avec Pol Pot’ Review: Rithy Panh’s Return To The Killing Fields Spotlights Importance Of Today’s Conflict Journalists – Cannes Film Festival

Rithy Panh has dedicated the lion’s share of his career to interrogating the genocidal Khmer Rouge era in his native Cambodia, and it is no trivial obsession. Panh fled Phnom Penh when he was just 11, and after his family was devastated in the Killing Fields, he escaped to a Thai refugee camp at 15. Now 60, Panh has been committed to keeping the memory of the impact of Pol Pot’s tyrannical regime alive in documentary, narrative and animated film.

Weather maps show when next UK heatwave 'could hit 30C' as BBC's Carol Kirkwood promises 'sunshine' ahead - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - Ireland
ok.co.uk
16.05.2024 / 20:07

Weather maps show when next UK heatwave 'could hit 30C' as BBC's Carol Kirkwood promises 'sunshine' ahead

The UK could soon be entering into a heatwave with temperatures reaching a scorching 30C in coming weeks - and the sun could be out even sooner. Speaking on BBC Breakfast today (16 May) weather forecaster Carol Kirkwood said temperatures would start to creep up with “sunny spells and sunshine” on Sunday (19 May).

‘Furiosa’: George Miller Teases Box Office Will Determine More ‘Mad Max’ Movies [Cannes] - theplaylist.net
theplaylist.net
16.05.2024 / 11:51

‘Furiosa’: George Miller Teases Box Office Will Determine More ‘Mad Max’ Movies [Cannes]

CANNES – George Miller’s “Furiosa” got a warm reception from global critics and the Cannes Film Festival faithful last night, and it already has many wondering if another “Mad Max” film is in the works. Miller has often told the story about how “Fury Road: A Mad Max Saga” was only made after scripts provided the back stories for Furiosa (originally played by Charlize Theron) and Max (Tom Hardy) were completed.

Chile’s Quijote Films, Arte+ Unite for ‘The Mysterious Gaze’ (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Spain - France - Mexico - Germany - Chile - Belgium
variety.com
16.05.2024 / 05:25

Chile’s Quijote Films, Arte+ Unite for ‘The Mysterious Gaze’ (EXCLUSIVE)

John Hopewell Chief International Correspondent Chile’s Quijote Films, behind Cannes 2023 Un Certain Regard Fipresci Prize winner “The Settlers,” has tied down a powerful alliance of international partners on “The Mysterious Gaze of the Flamingo,” the first feature of 2018 Cannes Cinéfondation top winner Diego Céspedes. An LGBTQ-themed drama, “The Mysterious Gaze” is set in a mining town where a strange illness is said to be transmitted between men who fall in love with each other.

Faye Dunaway, 83, hits first red carpet in years at Cannes Film Festival ahead of doc premiere - nypost.com - France - Germany - county Stone - city Chinatown
nypost.com
15.05.2024 / 19:41

Faye Dunaway, 83, hits first red carpet in years at Cannes Film Festival ahead of doc premiere

“Mommie Dearest” actress walked the red carpet at the premiere of the action film “Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga” starring Chris Hemsworth and Anya Taylor-Joy. She was joined by Laurent Bouzereau, 62, who is the director of her new documentary that is premiering at Cannes, and her son Liam Dunaway O’Neill, 43, who appears in the HBO doc.The Hollywood icon wore a black blazer over a white shirt with black pants.

France’s Les Films du Losange Acquires Raymond Depardon’s Banner Palmeraie et Desert (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France
variety.com
15.05.2024 / 15:55

France’s Les Films du Losange Acquires Raymond Depardon’s Banner Palmeraie et Desert (EXCLUSIVE)

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent France’s Les Films du Losange, the iconic distribution company owned by producer Charles Gillibert (“Annette”), has acquired Palmeraie et Desert,” the production company founded by celebrated filmmaker Raymond Depardon. Les Films du Losange, which was bought by Gillibert from longtime manager Margaret Menegoz in 2021, has been dedicated to preserving and promoting cinematic heritage since its inception.

Pierce Brosnan to Lead Thriller ‘Wolfland’ With Son Sean Brosnan Directing, the Exchange Launching Film in Cannes (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - London - USA - county Christian
variety.com
15.05.2024 / 06:59

Pierce Brosnan to Lead Thriller ‘Wolfland’ With Son Sean Brosnan Directing, the Exchange Launching Film in Cannes (EXCLUSIVE)

Alex Ritman Bond legend Pierce Brosnan has lined up a new project, and this time it’s being directed by his own son. Thriller “Wolfland” marks the second feature from actor-turned-filmmaker Sean Brosnan (“My Father Die”), working from a script he co-wrote with Matt D’Elia.

Catalan Films Ready to Impress at Cannes 2024 - variety.com - Spain - France - Italy - Chile - Netherlands - Argentina - Berlin - Taiwan
variety.com
14.05.2024 / 11:43

Catalan Films Ready to Impress at Cannes 2024

Jamie Lang Catalan films routinely punch above their weight at high-profile international festivals: Think 2022 Berlin Golden Bear winner “Alcarràs.” That trend looks primed to continue in 2024. Catalan auteur Albert Serra will debut “Afternoons of Solitude,” co-produced by Catalan companies Andergraun Films and LaCima, with Ideale Audience and Tardes de Soledad.

The Tragedy and Triumph of Sophie Fillières’ ‘This Life of Mine’: Justine Triet, Director’s Children and More Reflect on Her Final Film Ahead of Cannes Premiere - variety.com - France - Paris
variety.com
14.05.2024 / 10:11

The Tragedy and Triumph of Sophie Fillières’ ‘This Life of Mine’: Justine Triet, Director’s Children and More Reflect on Her Final Film Ahead of Cannes Premiere

Ben Croll Shortly before last year’s Cannes Film Festival, director Sophie Fillières attended a cast and crew screening of “Anatomy of a Fall.” The filmmaker had a supporting role in the film, playing the deceased’s sister, and she soon celebrated her work’s Palme d’Or win from afar, hanging back in Paris, where she was preparing to shoot her seventh feature, “This Life of Mine.” The five-week production kicked off in late June, running smoothly and wrapping on the last day of July. The next day, Fillières checked into the hospital; in less than a month, she was gone.

Lino Brocka’s Cannes Classic ‘Bona,’ With Philippines’ Female Superstar Nora Aunor, Set for Release in U.S., France (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France - Canada - Philippines
variety.com
14.05.2024 / 07:41

Lino Brocka’s Cannes Classic ‘Bona,’ With Philippines’ Female Superstar Nora Aunor, Set for Release in U.S., France (EXCLUSIVE)

Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief “Bona,” one of the landmark films of Philippines cinema, is headed for release in France and the U.S. later this year. Directed by Lino Brocka, considered one of the pioneers of Philippines cinema, a restored version of the film returns to Cannes after an absence of more than 40 years.

Cannes Head Thierry Frémaux Tackles Iran, #MeToo, A Potential Strike & The Threat Of “Polemics” - theplaylist.net - Iran
theplaylist.net
13.05.2024 / 16:01

Cannes Head Thierry Frémaux Tackles Iran, #MeToo, A Potential Strike & The Threat Of “Polemics”

CANNES – About 20 minutes after the global press left Thierry Frémaux‘s press conference, they received a news release that Iranian filmmaker Mohammad Rasoulof had left his country without permission following confirmation of an eight-year prison sentence. Rasoulof’s latest movie, “The Seed of A Sacred Pig,” is in competition at Cannes this year.

Pinnacle Peak Pictures Brings ‘God’s Not Dead: In God We Trust’ and Slate of Faith-Based Films to Cannes Market (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - USA - county Woods - Washington - county Story
variety.com
13.05.2024 / 10:29

Pinnacle Peak Pictures Brings ‘God’s Not Dead: In God We Trust’ and Slate of Faith-Based Films to Cannes Market (EXCLUSIVE)

Brent Lang Executive Editor Pinnacle Peak Pictures is bringing a slate of faith-based films to the Cannes market, including a new installment in the “God’s Not Dead” franchise. Entitled “God’s Not Dead: In God We Trust,” the film will be released theatrically in the U.S. this fall, but, like the rest of Pinnacle’s slate, foreign territories are available to buyers.

‘Hauntings,’ the ‘impossible’: ‘The Exorcist’ and what you never knew about the iconic horror film - nypost.com - New York - Chicago
nypost.com
11.05.2024 / 23:53

‘Hauntings,’ the ‘impossible’: ‘The Exorcist’ and what you never knew about the iconic horror film

CGI movie technology, it is getting harder and harder to deliver that true spine-chilling internal fear that makes horror films so great.Gen Z and Gen Alpha kids may arrogantly scoff at retro scary movies, but it hasn’t always been this way.There was once a time when picture-goers were so viscerally terrified by what they were seeing on the big screen that it would trigger powerful physical reactions right there in the theater.During Jaws (1975) people fainted and vomited in the cinema during some of the gruesome scenes, while others stopped going swimming in the ocean altogether out of pure fear.Alfred Hitchcock’s classic film Psycho (1960) sparked mania during the infamous shower stabbing scene, with reports of people hyperventilating and passing out in their cinema chairs.However, one of the most horrifying movies to ever hit the big screen, causing widespread panic, fear and repulsion, is William Friedkin’s The Exorcist (1973).Based on William Peter Blatty’s 1971 novel, the film follows the demonic possession of a young girl and her mother’s attempt to rescue her through an exorcism by two Catholic priests.With some wildly disturbing scenes, including some bizarre 360 degree head spinning, eerie spider-walking on the stairs and some disgusting projective lime-green vomit, it shocked those 1970s audiences to their core.One particular vulgar scene involving a crucifix — that is too crude to describe here — shocked and upset many, especially considering the percentage of people who were religious back then.The flick was so scary that even renowned Chicago Sun-Times film critic Roger Ebert was at a loss for words about how it made him feel.“I am not sure exactly what reasons people will have for seeing this movie; surely

Cannes Trailer & Clips: ‘Marcello Mio,’ Nicolas Cage’s ‘The Surfer,’ & Miguel Gomes’ ‘Grand Tour’ - theplaylist.net
theplaylist.net
10.05.2024 / 17:31

Cannes Trailer & Clips: ‘Marcello Mio,’ Nicolas Cage’s ‘The Surfer,’ & Miguel Gomes’ ‘Grand Tour’

The Cannes Film Festival is quickly approaching and begins on Tuesday, May 15, next week. With that comes lots of first-look images, new trailers, new clips, and more promotional aspects of some of the most highly anticipated films of the year (see our Cannes 2024 preview here).

Cannes Film Festival 2024 Preview: 22 Must-See Films To Watch - theplaylist.net - Canada
theplaylist.net
09.05.2024 / 15:37

Cannes Film Festival 2024 Preview: 22 Must-See Films To Watch

If cinema is somehow retracting, contracting, or diminishing, don’t tell the organizers of the Cannes Film Festival and all its many sidebars. Thank god for them because when you look at the Cannes 2024 line-up, cinema seems to be in great health and shape.

French Film Industry & Cannes Film Festival Reportedly Bracing For Avalanche Of #MeToo Accusations - deadline.com - France
deadline.com
09.05.2024 / 10:09

French Film Industry & Cannes Film Festival Reportedly Bracing For Avalanche Of #MeToo Accusations

With less than a week to go until the kick-off of the 81st Cannes Film Festival, speculation is mounting in the French media and local film industry over rumors that a bombshell #MeToo exposé will drop on the day of the opening.

‘Noise’ Sales Resonate for Korea’s Finecut – Pre-Cannes Market Deals - variety.com - Spain - France - Brazil - Italy - Thailand - Austria - Japan - North Korea - Indonesia - Greece - Czech Republic - Berlin - Cyprus - Slovakia - Taiwan - city Sangsoo
variety.com
09.05.2024 / 09:39

‘Noise’ Sales Resonate for Korea’s Finecut – Pre-Cannes Market Deals

Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief Korean sales firm Finecut has inked multiple deals for horror thriller “Noise” and for “A Traveler’s Needs,” the recent Berlin prize-winner directed by Hong Sangsoo.“Noise” is a “multi-sensory and realistic horror” film that intertwines societal motifs of “floor noise” with suspenseful elements. Directed by Kim Soo-jin, the film centers around a woman with a hearing aid haunted by inexplicable sounds linked to her sister’s disappearance in her own apartment and attracting a malevolent presence.

You talking to me? Robert De Niro gets his own De Niro Con at 2024 Tribeca Film Festival - nypost.com
nypost.com
09.05.2024 / 00:59

You talking to me? Robert De Niro gets his own De Niro Con at 2024 Tribeca Film Festival

Robert De Niro.The off-shoot, appropriately titled De Niro Con promises to be a fitting tribute to the Oscar winner. “I can’t think of a better way to celebrate 80 years of Robert De Niro, my dear friend and co-conspirator for the past 35 years, than by throwing a big bash for his fellow New Yorkers,” Tribeca co-founder and CEO Jane Rosenthal said in a statement.The extravaganza, which takes place from June 14-16, is a De Niro delight.And many famous co-stars and directors will be joining in.Film screenings include “A Bronx Tale” with an introduction by co-star Chazz Palminteri.“Jackie Brown” will be followed by a conversation between Quentin Tarantino and De Niro.Billy Crystal will be chatting with De Niro after a screening of “Analyze This.”“Silver Linings Playbook” will include a convo with director David O.

Harry Melling to Play Alexander Skarsgard’s Submissive in Kinky Queer Romance ‘Pillion’ from Element Pictures, Cornerstone Launching in Cannes - variety.com - Britain
variety.com
08.05.2024 / 14:13

Harry Melling to Play Alexander Skarsgard’s Submissive in Kinky Queer Romance ‘Pillion’ from Element Pictures, Cornerstone Launching in Cannes

Alex Ritman Alexander Skarsgard (“The Northman,” “Succession”) and Harry Melling (“The Pale Blue Eye,” “The Queen’s Gambit”) are set to lead the cast of “Pillion,” described as a “fun and filthy romance with heart” and being produced by multi-Oscar-winning powerhouse Element Pictures. The film — to be launched in Cannes by Cornerstone, which is handling worldwide sales — marks the feature debut of Harry Lighton, whose short “Wren Boys” was nominated for best British short at the 2018 BAFTAs, was nominated for a BIFA and had its U.S. premiere at the Sundance Film Festival.

Disney’s ‘The Lion King’: North West Set to Make Hollywood Bowl Debut in Live-to-Film Concert - variety.com - city Hudson - county Bradley
variety.com
08.05.2024 / 13:13

Disney’s ‘The Lion King’: North West Set to Make Hollywood Bowl Debut in Live-to-Film Concert

Jazz Tangcay Artisans Editor North West is set to make her Hollywood Bowl debut next month at Disney’s live-to-film concert/screening of “The Lion King.” West, the daughter of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, is set to star alongside Jeremy Irons, Nathan Lane, Billy Eichner, Ernie Sabella, Jason Weaver, Jennifer Hudson and Bradley GIbson. Broadway actress Heather Headley and Lebo M. round out the cast.

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