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‘Masters of the Air’ Music Opens 80th D-Day Anniversary in Normandy as Artisans Acknowledge the Show’s Heroism and Importance - variety.com - Scotland - Germany - county Butler - county Boyle - county Turner
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07.06.2024 / 03:53

‘Masters of the Air’ Music Opens 80th D-Day Anniversary in Normandy as Artisans Acknowledge the Show’s Heroism and Importance

Jazz Tangcay Artisans Editor “Masters of the Air” costume designer Colleen Atwood brought along Austin Butler’s jacket to Variety’s TV FYC Fest. “It’s Austin Butler’s jacket that he wore, Maj. Cleven’s jacket and hat, and I thought, ‘Well, I should bring it.’ It’s D-Day.

What ‘The Morning Show’ and ‘The Girls on the Bus’ Learned From Fox News to Craft Right-Wing Media - variety.com - Taylor - city Holland, county Taylor
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01.06.2024 / 19:11

What ‘The Morning Show’ and ‘The Girls on the Bus’ Learned From Fox News to Craft Right-Wing Media

Hunter Ingram After “The Morning Show” began its third season last fall, showrunner Charlotte Stoudt received a text message from “a very well-known anchor on a national news network” with some constructive criticism. This unnamed person had seen Episode 3, in which June Diane Raphael makes her debut as the anchor of Eagle News, a fictional conservative news network that is seen reporting on an internal scandal at UBA, the network that employs Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon’s characters. With a smile on her face, Raphael’s anchor reads incriminating emails sent by the UBA board president (Holland Taylor).

Angelina Jolie and her daughter Vivienne embrace the theater world with their latest outing - us.hola.com - New York - Los Angeles - New York - county San Diego
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31.05.2024 / 21:05

Angelina Jolie and her daughter Vivienne embrace the theater world with their latest outing

Angelina Jolie and her 15-year-old daughter, Vivienne, are deepening their involvement in the world of theater, showcasing their passion for the performing arts. On Thursday, May 30, the Oscar-winning actress and her daughter attended the opening night of “Reefer Madness: The Musical” in Los Angeles, making a striking appearance on the red carpet.The mother-daughter duo, known for their elegant yet understated fashion, posed for photos alongside Kristen Bell.

Mubi Swoops on Andrea Arnold’s Cannes Competition Entry ‘Bird’ for North America (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - USA - Ireland - Austria - Germany - Turkey
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26.05.2024 / 15:49

Mubi Swoops on Andrea Arnold’s Cannes Competition Entry ‘Bird’ for North America (EXCLUSIVE)

Mubi has doubled down on Andrea Arnold‘s “Bird” — starring Barry Keoghan and Franz Rogoswki — swooping on North American and Turkish rights to the Cannes competition entry less than two weeks after it announced it had bought the film for the U.K. and Ireland. The acquisition — which Variety understands came after a fierce bidding war — marks another buzzy U.S.

CMAT: “The Irish have always been brilliant – but there is a lot of trauma” - www.nme.com - London - Ireland
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26.05.2024 / 09:19

CMAT: “The Irish have always been brilliant – but there is a lot of trauma”

CMAT has spoken to NME about the impressive cultural footprint of her native Ireland, as well as plans for her next album – which could arrive sooner than you think.Ciara Mary-Alice Thompson was speaking to us on the red carpet of the Ivor Novellos in London this week (Thursday May 23), where she was nominated for Best Album for the acclaimed ‘Crazymad, For Me‘ – but was already convinced that she wouldn’t win due to the competition she faced. The award was later picked up by Yussef Dayes.“Lankum are nominated for the award, who’ve already beat me for Irish album of the year – also RAYE, who won 75million awards at the BRITs and I just sat through that, twiddling my thumbs, not winning anything,” Thompson told NME.

Cannes Film Festival Winners Announced (Updating Live) - variety.com - Spain - France - USA - Mexico - Italy - Belgium - Japan - Turkey - Lebanon
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25.05.2024 / 17:33

Cannes Film Festival Winners Announced (Updating Live)

Peter Debruge Chief Film Critic CANNES — Hosted by “Call My Agent” star Camille Cottin, the awards show for the 2024 Cannes Film Festival competition is underway. Presenters started making political statements right away, as short film jury president and Belgian actor Lubna Azabal called for the release of all hostages in Gaza.

International Insider: Cannes Conclusion; UK Election Call; Ari Emanuel Berates Netanyahu - deadline.com - Britain - France - India
deadline.com
24.05.2024 / 13:17

International Insider: Cannes Conclusion; UK Election Call; Ari Emanuel Berates Netanyahu

Good afternoon Insiders, Jesse Whittock back again to take you through the week’s news in the entertainment industry, as the Cannes Film Festival nears its close.

‘The Substance,’ Starring Demi Moore, Margaret Qualley, Dennis Quaid, Sells Wide - variety.com - Australia - Spain - France - New Zealand - Italy - Ireland - South Korea - India - Ukraine - Austria - Germany - Japan - Portugal - Switzerland - Greece - Poland - Czech Republic - Turkey - Hungary - Hong Kong - Bulgaria - Slovakia - Taiwan - Romania
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24.05.2024 / 10:17

‘The Substance,’ Starring Demi Moore, Margaret Qualley, Dennis Quaid, Sells Wide

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor The Match Factory has finalized global sales for the Cannes competition title “The Substance,” directed by Coralie Fargeat and starring Demi Moore, Margaret Qualley and Dennis Quaid. The Match Factory has sold to Italy (I Wonder Pictures), Spain (Elastica Films), Scandinavia (Nonstop Entertainment), South Korea (Challan), Hong Kong (Golden Scene Company), CIS (VLG.FILM LTD.), Ukraine and Baltics (Adastra Cinema), Taiwan (Catchplay), Australia and New Zealand (Madman Entertainment), Poland (Monolith), Greece (Feelgood Entertainment), the former Yugoslavia (MCF Megacom), Bulgaria (Beta Film) and Romania (Independenta Film 97).

The Match Factory Posts Raft Of International Deals For Cannes Competition Title ‘The Substance’ - deadline.com - Australia - Britain - Spain - France - New Zealand - Italy - Ireland - South Korea - India - Ukraine - Austria - Germany - Japan - Portugal - Switzerland - Greece - Poland - Czech Republic - Turkey - Hungary - Hong Kong - Bulgaria - Slovakia - Taiwan - Romania
deadline.com
24.05.2024 / 08:33

The Match Factory Posts Raft Of International Deals For Cannes Competition Title ‘The Substance’

The Match Factory has finalized a raft of international deals for Coralie Fargeat’s Cannes Palme d’Or contender The Substance, following its buzzy premiere over the weekend in the presence of co-stars Demi Moore, Margaret Qualley, and Dennis Quaid.

Mohammad Rasoulof Will Attend Cannes Screening Of ‘The Seed Of The Sacred Fig’ - deadline.com - Iran - city Tehran
deadline.com
22.05.2024 / 09:11

Mohammad Rasoulof Will Attend Cannes Screening Of ‘The Seed Of The Sacred Fig’

Dissident Iranian director Mohammad Rasoulof will attend Friday’s Cannes screening of his competition movie The Seed of the Sacred Fig.

Karim Aïnouz on Cannes Competition Entry’s ‘Motel Destino,’ Its Joyful Sex and How It Was Made by ‘Almost an Army of Youth’ - variety.com - Brazil - Hollywood - county Stewart
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21.05.2024 / 20:07

Karim Aïnouz on Cannes Competition Entry’s ‘Motel Destino,’ Its Joyful Sex and How It Was Made by ‘Almost an Army of Youth’

John Hopewell Chief International Correspondent Shot between his directing Alicia Vikander in “Firebrand” and Kristen Stewart in “Rosebushpruning,” “Motel Destino,” which bows in Cannes Competition on May 22, can be seen as a return by Brazil’s now most international director to his Brazilian roots. This axis between international and local, plays out in “Motel Destino” and Aïnouz insists, in now his whole career. An erotic thriller, “Motel Destino” turns on Dayana, the young wife of a roadside sex hotel owner who seduces on-the-run minor mobster Heraldo for great sex.

Sideshow, Janus Films Buy Payal Kapadia’s Cannes Competition Entry ‘All We Imagine as Light’ for North America (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France - USA - Italy - India - Netherlands - Japan - Poland - Luxembourg
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20.05.2024 / 17:05

Sideshow, Janus Films Buy Payal Kapadia’s Cannes Competition Entry ‘All We Imagine as Light’ for North America (EXCLUSIVE)

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent Sideshow and Janus films (“Drive My Car”) have acquired all North American rights to Payal Kapadia‘s “All We Imagine as Light,” the first Indian film to screen in official competition at the Cannes Film Festival in 30 years. The movie will world premiere on Thursday, May 23. It’s also one of only four films in the Competition directed by a woman.

Michel Hazanavicius on His Cannes Competition Film ‘The Most Precious of Cargoes’: ‘It’s About People Who Saved Lives’ (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France - Poland
variety.com
19.05.2024 / 19:45

Michel Hazanavicius on His Cannes Competition Film ‘The Most Precious of Cargoes’: ‘It’s About People Who Saved Lives’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent Michel Hazanavicius, the Oscar-winning director of “The Artist,” makes a first foray into animation with “The Most Precious of Cargoes” which world premieres at the Cannes Film Festival on May 24. Adapted from Jean-Claude Grumberg’s bestselling novel, “The Most Precious of Cargoes” is the first animated feature to vie for a Palme d’Or since Ari Folman’s “Waltz With Bashir” in 2008; and it will be the last movie watched by the competition jury, presided over by Greta Gerwig, before the closing ceremony. Hazanavicius developed the project for years and wrote the script with Grumberg, as well as created the drawings.

How India-Set Nepal-Shot ‘The Shameless’ Transitioned From Documentary to Adult Animation to Cannes Un Certain Regard Fiction Feature - variety.com - USA - India - Nepal - city Delhi
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18.05.2024 / 07:39

How India-Set Nepal-Shot ‘The Shameless’ Transitioned From Documentary to Adult Animation to Cannes Un Certain Regard Fiction Feature

Naman Ramachandran Bulgarian-American filmmaker Konstantin Bojanov‘s Cannes Film Festival Un Certain Regard selection “The Shameless” has taken 14 years to come to fruition. Bojanov previously directed the documentary “Invisible” (2005), followed by his Cannes-debuting fiction feature debut “Avé” (2011).

Cannes Classics Title ‘The Churning’: Inside the Restoration of 1976 Indian Masterpiece - variety.com - India
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18.05.2024 / 07:39

Cannes Classics Title ‘The Churning’: Inside the Restoration of 1976 Indian Masterpiece

Naman Ramachandran The restored version of Indian filmmaker Shyam Benegal’s 1976 masterpiece “Manthan” (“The Churning”) is screening at the Cannes Film Festival‘s Cannes Classics strand. Shot by DoP Govind Nihalani in rural Gujarat, western India, the film is produced by 500,000 farmers who contributed towards its making, under the banner Gujarat Milk Co-Op Marketing Federation Ltd. The film is a fictionalized version of the beginnings of the dairy cooperative movement that transformed India from a milk-deficient nation to the world’s largest milk producer, inspired by Dr.

Bands on The Great Escape boycott: “Artists are realising they’re the ones with the power” - www.nme.com - county Isle Of Wight - Israel - Palestine
nme.com
16.05.2024 / 08:13

Bands on The Great Escape boycott: “Artists are realising they’re the ones with the power”

The Great Escape Festival 2024 line-up have pulled out of the festival with over 125 artists joining the boycott, a number of the acts have spoken to NME about their decision and showing solidarity with Palestine.The Great Escape kicked off last night (May 15), but every artist booked to play the opening party canceled their appearance at the festival, alongside more than 100 others including Picture Parlour, Miso Extra and Alfie Templeman – while Big Special will be playing but donating their fee from the festival to the Palestine Child Relief fund.Festival sponsors Barclays are accused of investing in a number of companies that supply arms to Israel, with over 35,000 Palestinians killed in Gaza since the historic conflict escalated last year, with Hamas committing the October 7 attacks. The bank also sponsors a number of other festivals, including Latitude, Download and Isle Of Wight.We've pulled out of this year's @thegreatescape due to their ongoing partnership with Barclays- who have, and still are, investing billions in arms companies involved in the genocide on Palestinians.

Poland Welcomes More Foreign Film Shoots, From ‘In the Lost Lands’ to ‘The Girl With the Needle’: ‘We Can Do It’ - variety.com - Poland
variety.com
16.05.2024 / 05:07

Poland Welcomes More Foreign Film Shoots, From ‘In the Lost Lands’ to ‘The Girl With the Needle’: ‘We Can Do It’

Marta Balaga Following “The Zone of Interest,” Jesse Eisenberg’s “A Real Pain” and Berlinale offering “Treasure,” about a Holocaust survivor, the latter starring Stephen Fry and Lena Dunham, Poland might be welcoming more foreign shoots in the future. “I would always be willing to return and shoot in Poland,” says “Treasure” director Julia von Heinz. “Our co-producer Mariusz Włodarski from Lava Films realized that during the tenure of the Law and Justice [PiS] government, there was no chance of obtaining public funding for a story where Polish people are portrayed not just as victims and heroes, but as complex human beings.

‘Girl With the Pearl Earring’ Helmer Peter Webber to Direct World War II Drama About Family Behind Leica Camera Brand (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Germany
variety.com
16.05.2024 / 04:51

‘Girl With the Pearl Earring’ Helmer Peter Webber to Direct World War II Drama About Family Behind Leica Camera Brand (EXCLUSIVE)

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor Peter Webber, who helmed the Oscar-nominated “Girl With the Pearl Earring,” is to direct a film about the family behind the Leica camera brand, who helped many Jewish people escape Germany during World War II. Webber has teamed up with Red Panda Films’ Martin Serene and Franziska Morai, also the film’s screenwriter, Christine Guenther of Fireglory Pictures, Birgit Gernboeck and Versa Studios to produce the film.

‘The Girl With The Needle’ Review: Magnus Von Horn’s Dark Fairytale Retelling Of Denmark’s Most Infamous Serial Murder Case Is Beguiling – Cannes Film Festival - deadline.com - Sweden - Denmark
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15.05.2024 / 22:35

‘The Girl With The Needle’ Review: Magnus Von Horn’s Dark Fairytale Retelling Of Denmark’s Most Infamous Serial Murder Case Is Beguiling – Cannes Film Festival

Magnus von Horn’s sophomore feature Sweat earned its director a spot in Cannes’ Official Selection in 2020, after his debut, The Here After, played in Directors’ Fortnight in 2015. But the festival of 2020 was canceled in the wake of the Covid pandemic, so von Horn’s place in this year’s Competition, with his third feature The Girl With the Needle, must surely mark the Swedish director’s coming-of-age. The film, starring Vic Carmen Sonne and Trine Dyrholm, riffs on one of Denmark’s most notorious murder cases to weave a poetic and dark fairytale about the people living on the margins in the aftermath of the First World War. 

Sundance Winner ‘Gaucho Gaucho’ Sells Across Europe for Charades (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Spain - France - Sweden - Iceland - Norway - Switzerland - Denmark - Argentina - Poland - Czech Republic - Finland - Hungary - Bulgaria - Slovakia - Romania
variety.com
15.05.2024 / 09:13

Sundance Winner ‘Gaucho Gaucho’ Sells Across Europe for Charades (EXCLUSIVE)

Alex Ritman Paris-based sales house Charades has sold the Argentinian Western-inspired documentary “Gaucho Gaucho” across much of Europe. The film — which won a Sundance Jury Prize in January and recently played at CPH:DOX — has landed deals with Tandem (France), Filmin (Spain), Selmer Media (Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Finland, Denmark), M2 (Romania, Poland, Hungary. Ex-Yugoslavia, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Bulgaria), Praesens (Switzerland) and Bantam Films (Benelux).

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