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‘Ren Faire’ Trailer: The Safdie Brothers Produce A Docuseries About The World’s Largest Renaissance Festival - theplaylist.net - county King And Queen
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21.05.2024 / 19:27

‘Ren Faire’ Trailer: The Safdie Brothers Produce A Docuseries About The World’s Largest Renaissance Festival

Have you ever watched “Game of Thrones” and thought, “Man, I’d love to see a version of this where there are no dragons and cosplayers take the place of kings and queens?” No? Well, HBO hopes you do, as it has a three-part documentary, titled “Ren Faire,” coming your way. In all seriousness, “Ren Faire” is a docuseries about the largest Renaissance festival in the world and the one man who rules over it, an 86-year-old George Coulam.

Princess Catherine's Brother James Releasing Tell-All Memoir About Their Childhood, Royal Life, & MORE! - perezhilton.com
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21.05.2024 / 16:35

Princess Catherine's Brother James Releasing Tell-All Memoir About Their Childhood, Royal Life, & MORE!

Princess Catherine‘s brother is ready to tell all when it comes to his life growing up alongside the future member of the royal family — and much more!

Sergei Loznitsa’s ‘The Invasion’ Picked Up for France Following Cannes Premiere (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France - Ukraine - Russia - Netherlands - city Odessa
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19.05.2024 / 21:39

Sergei Loznitsa’s ‘The Invasion’ Picked Up for France Following Cannes Premiere (EXCLUSIVE)

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor Atoms & Void, the Netherlands-based production and sales company run by Sergei Loznitsa and Maria Choustova, has closed a French sale on Loznitsa’s most recent feature documentary “The Invasion,” which premiered on Thursday as a Special Screening in Cannes. Potemkine Films has taken all rights for France, while the film’s French co-producer ARTE France maintains its exclusive TV/VOD window.

Selena Gomez, Zoe Saldaña and Karla Sofía Gascón on Crafting Cannes Standout ‘Emilia Pérez’: ‘This Movie Is About the Power of Femininity’ - variety.com - Spain - France - city Mexico City
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19.05.2024 / 12:17

Selena Gomez, Zoe Saldaña and Karla Sofía Gascón on Crafting Cannes Standout ‘Emilia Pérez’: ‘This Movie Is About the Power of Femininity’

Ellise Shafer “Emilia Pérez,” the latest Cannes-premiering film from French auteur Jaques Audiard, is many things at once: a gritty crime film, an ambitious musical and a spotlight on trans issues. At the center of the Spanish-language movie are three women – Rita (Zoe Saldaña), Jessi (Selena Gomez) and the title character Emilia Pérez (Karla Sofía Gascón) — who become forever bonded by their traumatic experiences in Mexico City’s cartel-run underbelly. The confounding elements of the film are what first attracted Saldaña to her role, an overworked lawyer who is kidnapped by a druglord (Gascón) and tasked with assisting her character on a mission to get gender-affirming surgery.

Things You Don't Know About 'The Big Bang Theory' (Including the Popular Actor Who Threw Serious Shade When Turning Down an Offer to Join the Cast) - www.justjared.com - county Bullock
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19.05.2024 / 06:23

Things You Don't Know About 'The Big Bang Theory' (Including the Popular Actor Who Threw Serious Shade When Turning Down an Offer to Join the Cast)

No matter how many times you’ve watched The Big Bang Theory, we’re willing to bet that there is so much that you don’t know about the hit series.

’Ernest Cole: Lost and Found’ Director Raoul Peck: ‘There Is a Fight to Be Had About the State of the World’ - variety.com - USA - Russia - South Africa - Switzerland - New York, Usa - Haiti
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19.05.2024 / 05:41

’Ernest Cole: Lost and Found’ Director Raoul Peck: ‘There Is a Fight to Be Had About the State of the World’

Gregg Goldstein Raoul Peck‘s life is as fascinating as his films, filled with unexpected twists and turns. From his early stints as a cab driver and journalist, to a minister of culture post in his native Haiti, to teaching, to founding his Velvet Film production shingle to his breakthrough when he earned an Oscar nomination as producer/director with the James Baldwin doc, “I Am Not Your Negro,” the common denominator is Peck’s drive to make life better through his work.

‘Scénarios’ Review: Cannes Premieres a Short Completed by Jean-Luc Godard the Day Before His Death, and Also a Film About the Making of It - variety.com - Beyond
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18.05.2024 / 00:27

‘Scénarios’ Review: Cannes Premieres a Short Completed by Jean-Luc Godard the Day Before His Death, and Also a Film About the Making of It

Owen Gleiberman Chief Film Critic A year ago, the Cannes Film Festival presented the world premiere of what was widely taken to be Jean-Luc Godard’s final film. He had died by assisted suicide eight months before, and the 20-minute-long “Trailer of the Film That Will Never Exist: ‘Phony Wars'” felt, by nature, like the aestheticized version of a last will and testament. It was a collage film, and it was (surprise!) oblique, yet it offered tea leaves to read about Godard’s state of mind as he prepared to leave the world.

‘Crip Camp’ Director Nicole Newnham Teams With NBC News Studios on a Doc About Secret Tunnel Dug Under Berlin Wall (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Germany - Berlin - Soviet Union
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17.05.2024 / 21:33

‘Crip Camp’ Director Nicole Newnham Teams With NBC News Studios on a Doc About Secret Tunnel Dug Under Berlin Wall (EXCLUSIVE)

Addie Morfoot Contributor Oscar-nominated filmmaker Nicole Newnham (“Crip Camp”) is at work on her next documentary — “Tunnel 29,” about a secret escape tunnel built under the Berlin Wall in 1962. The film, co-produced by NBC News Studios and Story Force Entertainment, will chronicle the story of a group of students who risked their lives and defied the Iron Curtain by digging a tunnel under the Berlin Wall, enabling 29 East Germans to escape to the West. “‘Tunnel 29’ will cinematically immerse the audience in the fraught and tense time when the world grappled with the trauma and consequences of the Wall and the Cold War — a time that bears an astonishing resemblance to today,” says Newnham.

‘Elizabeth Taylor: The Lost Tapes’ Review: The Legend In Her Own Words In HBO Documentary About Newly Discovered 1964 Interview – Cannes Film Festival - deadline.com - Taylor
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17.05.2024 / 01:11

‘Elizabeth Taylor: The Lost Tapes’ Review: The Legend In Her Own Words In HBO Documentary About Newly Discovered 1964 Interview – Cannes Film Festival

There have been countless books written about the immortal star, Elizabeth Taylor, even some credited to her as both memoir or autobiography including 1989’s “Elizabeth On Elizabeth”. But a book released on January 1, 1965 probably comes closest to a pure autobiography, and looking at the cover it simply says “Elizabeth Taylor by Elizabeth Taylor”. It is a by the numbers account of her life through her own words up until that point, but the fact is it was actually written by Richard Meryman, a journalist credited with among other things the last interview with Marilyn Monroe (published two days before her August 4, 1962 death). Meryman got Taylor to sit for some taped recorded sessions in 1964 out which he would be able to write the book as if Taylor did it herself. Now exactly 60 years later those presumed “lost” tape recordings have been found and cleared for release by Taylor’s and Meryman’s estates. They have been in fact in Meryman’s wife’s possession all these years, but now filmmaker Nanette Burstein (Hillary, The Kid Stays In The Picture) has rediscovered a treasure trove of about 40 hours of interview in order to produce the new HBO Documentary, Elizabeth Taylor: The Lost Tapes“.

Doc About SI Swimsuit Issue Founding Editor Jule Campbell Is in the Works as Franchise Celebrates 60th Anniversary (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - USA - Ireland
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16.05.2024 / 21:23

Doc About SI Swimsuit Issue Founding Editor Jule Campbell Is in the Works as Franchise Celebrates 60th Anniversary (EXCLUSIVE)

Addie Morfoot Contributor The May 17 release of the 2024 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue celebrates the swimsuit franchise’s 60th anniversary. A new documentary highlights the woman who founded the issue in 1964 – Jule Campbell.

‘Us, Our Pets and the War,’ Documentary About Animals in Ukraine, Acquired by Autlook (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Ukraine
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16.05.2024 / 04:51

‘Us, Our Pets and the War,’ Documentary About Animals in Ukraine, Acquired by Autlook (EXCLUSIVE)

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor Leading documentary specialist Autlook Filmsales has secured international sales rights to “Us, Our Pets and the War,” which looks at the impact of the war in Ukraine on animals, and how the conflict led to the biggest pet evacuation in history. The film, which became the highest-grossing theatrically released documentary in Ukraine of all time, is directed by investigative journalist and YouTube vlogger Anton Ptushkin.

‘Dune: Prophecy’ Trailer: Witness The Creation Of The Bene Gesserit In Max’s Spinoff Series - theplaylist.net
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15.05.2024 / 14:33

‘Dune: Prophecy’ Trailer: Witness The Creation Of The Bene Gesserit In Max’s Spinoff Series

There’s no denying that “Dune” is a hot franchise, at the moment. Thanks to two incredible films, retelling the story of Frank Herbert’s iconic novel, there are more fans of “Dune” than ever before.

Rising Interest Rates, a Fading Theatrical Movie Business and a Post-Strike Hangover: Breaking Down the Threats Facing the Cannes Market - variety.com - Canada
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14.05.2024 / 05:31

Rising Interest Rates, a Fading Theatrical Movie Business and a Post-Strike Hangover: Breaking Down the Threats Facing the Cannes Market

Paul Schrader was about to start shooting “Oh, Canada,” his adaptation of Russell Banks’ novel about a troubled artist taking stock of his life, when the major actors union went on strike. For a second, it looked like all that hard work, passion and planning might be for nothing — with performers on the picket lines and major studios holding out on their contract demands, it was hard to see how cameras would ever roll on the low-budget indie. “Everything shut down,” said Brian Beckmann, the CFO and COO of Arclight Films, which is selling international rights to the film.

From Paul Schrader to Christophe Honoré, Cannes Directors Keep Making Movies About Their Favorite Subject — Moviemaking - variety.com - China - Hollywood - Canada
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14.05.2024 / 05:31

From Paul Schrader to Christophe Honoré, Cannes Directors Keep Making Movies About Their Favorite Subject — Moviemaking

Gregg Goldstein These auteurs are ready for their close-up. When Quentin Dupieux’s comedy about an ill-fated film set, “The Second Act,” opened the Cannes Film Festival May 14, it will be just one of several movies about filmmaking and filmmakers to touch down on the Croisette. After all, directors Christophe Honoré, Paul Schrader and Josh Mond are among the other prominent filmmakers who are ready to premiere semi-autobiographical stories.

Cindy Crawford opens up about the death of her brother Jeffrey: ‘My sisters and I would have the same nightmares’ - us.hola.com
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13.05.2024 / 23:21

Cindy Crawford opens up about the death of her brother Jeffrey: ‘My sisters and I would have the same nightmares’

Cindy Crawford is opening up about the death of her brother Jeffrey. The supermodel detailed her experience suffering “survivor guilt” after the tragic death of her 3-year-old brother.

Hot Picks for the Week of May 12, 2024 - www.metroweekly.com - Britain - Thailand - Washington - county Wilson - Vietnam
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12.05.2024 / 13:23

Hot Picks for the Week of May 12, 2024

METAMORPHOSESPsalmayene 24 directs an exciting new production of visionary Mary Zimmerman’s Tony-winning play which places the tales of Ovid into a modern-day setting, in this case the African diaspora.Folger Theatre’s production features a powerful all-Black cast that includes Edwin Brown III, Renea S. Brown, DeJeanette Horne, Yesenia Iglesias, Billie Kirshawn, Manu Kumasi, Miss Kitty, Jon Hudson Odom, Kalen Robinson, Gerrad Taylor, and Renee Elizabeth Wilson.Through June 16 at the Folger, 201 East Capitol St.

‘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

‘Peaky Blinders’ star Sophie Rundle: ‘Even my mom’ asks about the movie - nypost.com - Britain - city Easttown
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10.05.2024 / 19:55

‘Peaky Blinders’ star Sophie Rundle: ‘Even my mom’ asks about the movie

‘Mare of Easttown’ and I loved what Kate Winslet did in that, so she was kind of my North Star,” Rundle, 36, told The Post. “But Clarice Starling, or any of these iconic female detectives in the canon of this genre… those were the references I had on my Pinterest mood board.”Premiering Monday, May 13, on Britbox, the British crime drama is set in the fictional town of Waterside, England.

Miranda Cosgrove's Rumored Dating History - The Stars She's Been Linked To & What Was Said About The Rumored Romances - www.justjared.com
justjared.com
09.05.2024 / 08:07

Miranda Cosgrove's Rumored Dating History - The Stars She's Been Linked To & What Was Said About The Rumored Romances

Miranda Cosgrove‘s onscreen relationship is taking center stage in Netflix’s new movie Mother of the Bride, and you might be wondering about her real-life relationship status.

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