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Venice Film Festival’s XR Section to Feature 19 World Premieres, Seven International Premieres - variety.com - France - Netherlands
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18.07.2024 / 10:42

Venice Film Festival’s XR Section to Feature 19 World Premieres, Seven International Premieres

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor The Venice Film Festival has unveiled the lineup of projects for Venice Immersive, the Extended Reality (XR) section of the event. The program, which will include 63 projects from 25 countries, takes place on the island of Lazzaretto Vecchio from Aug. 29 to Sept.

20th Sanfic Santiago International Film Festival Touts 10 Chilean Titles - variety.com - USA - Mexico - Chile - city Sandoval - Netherlands - Argentina - Colombia - Peru - city Santiago - Ecuador - city Sanfic
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17.07.2024 / 13:58

20th Sanfic Santiago International Film Festival Touts 10 Chilean Titles

Anna Marie de la Fuente Chile’s most prominent film event, the Santiago Int’l Film Festival (Sanfic) celebrates its 20th edition with 10 Chilean titles in competition, chosen from a record 40 submissions this year. “We usually receive an annual average of 25 entries of which we select eight to nine titles,” said festival director Carlos Nuñez who co-founded the festival with Gabriela Sandoval who runs the industry section. He attributes the proliferation of films this year, in part, to the urge of young, upcoming filmmakers to make their mark in the world of cinema.

HYBE America’s ‘Summons’ With Alexandra Shipp and Jimmy O. Yang to Premiere at L.A. Shorts International Film Festival (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Los Angeles - Los Angeles - city Chinatown
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16.07.2024 / 18:01

HYBE America’s ‘Summons’ With Alexandra Shipp and Jimmy O. Yang to Premiere at L.A. Shorts International Film Festival (EXCLUSIVE)

Katcy Stephan HYBE America’s comedic short film “Summons” from writer, producer and director Ken Cheng has been selected for the Los Angeles Shorts International Film Festival. Alexandra Shipp (“Barbie,” “Anyone But You”) and Jimmy O.

Kate Winslet Feted At The Munich International Film Festival: “It’s Hard To Make Films As A Woman And It Is Hard To Make Films About Women” - deadline.com - France - Germany
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13.07.2024 / 10:39

Kate Winslet Feted At The Munich International Film Festival: “It’s Hard To Make Films As A Woman And It Is Hard To Make Films About Women”

Kate Winslet was feted before the European premiere of her film Lee at the Munich International Film Festival and told the packed crowd about starring in, and producing, the movie about war photographer Lee Miller.

Tim Burton’s ‘Beetlejuice 2,’ Starring Michael Keaton and Jenna Ortega, to Open Venice Film Festival - variety.com
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13.07.2024 / 09:07

Tim Burton’s ‘Beetlejuice 2,’ Starring Michael Keaton and Jenna Ortega, to Open Venice Film Festival

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Tim Burton’s “Beetlejuice Beetlejuice” — starring Michael Keaton, Winona Ryder, Catherine O’Hara, Justin Theroux, Monica Bellucci, Jenna Ortega and Willem Dafoe — will open the upcoming Venice Film Festival. Burton’s follow-up to his 1988 comedy-horror classic, in which Keaton returns as the foul-mouthed, shape-shifting ghoul, will world premiere out-of-competition on Aug. 28 at the Lido’s Palazzo del Cinema with talent in tow.

‘The Last Stop in Yuma County’ Takes Top Prize at Bucheon Fantasy Film Festival - variety.com - county Hall - South Korea - Japan - Arizona - North Korea - Hong Kong - Taiwan - county Yuma
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13.07.2024 / 07:34

‘The Last Stop in Yuma County’ Takes Top Prize at Bucheon Fantasy Film Festival

Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief American-made films took two top prizes at the Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival (BiFan) in South Korea, ahead of a slew of Korean and Taiwanese titles that took the lesser prizes. “The Last Stop in Yuma County,” a crime thriller directed by Francis Galluppi and set around a restaurant in Arizona, won the KRW20 million ($14,500) Bucheon Choice feature award. The jury called it a, “profound exploration of human nature [with] characters traversing the boundary between righteousness and malevolence.” JT Mollner was named best director in the same section for his “Strange Darling,” a retro-feel, horror-romance with what the jury called, “an exhilarating and engaging narrative, challenging genre and character stereotypes and subverting implicit bias.” The awards were presented Friday evening at a closing ceremony at the Bucheon City Hall.

Venice Film Festival Jury: Andrew Haigh, Agnieszka Holland, James Gray and More Join President Isabelle Huppert - variety.com - France
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13.07.2024 / 03:57

Venice Film Festival Jury: Andrew Haigh, Agnieszka Holland, James Gray and More Join President Isabelle Huppert

Ellise Shafer The full international jury for this year’s Venice Film Festival has been unveiled. The lineup joining president Isabelle Huppert is director-heavy, consisting of James Gray (“Ad Astra”), Andrew Haigh (“All of Us Strangers”), Agnieszka Holland (“Green Border”), Kleber Mendonça Filho (“Bacurau”), Abderrahmane Sissako (“Bamako”), Giuseppe Tornatore (“Cinema Paradiso”) and Julia von Heinz (“Treasure”). “Memoirs of a Geisha” and “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” star Zhang Ziyi rounds out the jury.

Edinburgh Film Festival Sets 2024 Competition Lineups And Events Including Gaspar Noé Masterclass - deadline.com - Scotland
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12.07.2024 / 21:11

Edinburgh Film Festival Sets 2024 Competition Lineups And Events Including Gaspar Noé Masterclass

The revamped Edinburgh Film Festival will screen 37 new feature films, 18 of which will be world premieres during its 2024 edition, running August 15 – 21. 

James Gray, Andrew Haigh & Agnieszka Holland Among Names Added To Venice Film Festival Jury - deadline.com
deadline.com
12.07.2024 / 20:21

James Gray, Andrew Haigh & Agnieszka Holland Among Names Added To Venice Film Festival Jury

The Venice Film Festival has unveiled the names who will join Isabelle Huppert on the main Competition jury of its 81st edition, running 28 Aug 2024 – 7 Sept 2024. 

Viggo Mortensen Expands On Why He Saddled Up For His Western ‘The Dead Don’t Hurt’ – Munich International Film Festival - deadline.com - Denmark
deadline.com
12.07.2024 / 17:50

Viggo Mortensen Expands On Why He Saddled Up For His Western ‘The Dead Don’t Hurt’ – Munich International Film Festival

Viggo Mortensen did not plan to be in The Dead Don’t Hurt but had to dust off his cowboy boots and appear in the movie when another, unnamed, actor dropped out. That meant Mortensen added starring in, to writing, producing, directing and creating the music for the Western.

Trailer For Brazilian Director Davi Pretto’s Horror-Drama ‘Continent’ Drops Ahead Of Its World Premiere At The Munich International Film Festival - deadline.com - France - Brazil - Italy - Portugal - Argentina - Dublin
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12.07.2024 / 17:42

Trailer For Brazilian Director Davi Pretto’s Horror-Drama ‘Continent’ Drops Ahead Of Its World Premiere At The Munich International Film Festival

EXCLUSIVE: The trailer for Continent has landed ahead of the world premiere of the horror-drama at the Munich International Film Festival on Thursday. A Brazilian, French, and Argentina coproduction, the movie is written and directed by Davi Pretto.

Oscar Winner Danis Tanovic’s ‘My Late Summer’ to Open Sarajevo Film Festival - variety.com - Slovenia - Berlin - Serbia - Croatia - Romania - city Sarajevo - Bosnia And Hzegovina
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12.07.2024 / 16:06

Oscar Winner Danis Tanovic’s ‘My Late Summer’ to Open Sarajevo Film Festival

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor The 30th Sarajevo Film Festival in Bosnia and Herzegovina will open on Aug. 16 with the world premiere of “My Late Summer” by local filmmaker Danis Tanović, who won an Oscar with “No Man’s Land.” The comedy-drama centers on a young woman, Maja, who travels to a remote island to sort out her family’s inheritance.

Bollywood Superstar Shah Rukh Khan To Be Honored With Locarno Film Festival Career Award - variety.com - India - Switzerland - city New Delhi
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12.07.2024 / 12:58

Bollywood Superstar Shah Rukh Khan To Be Honored With Locarno Film Festival Career Award

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan will be honoured by the Locarno Film Festival with its Honorary Leopard achievement award in recognition of his outstanding career in Indian cinema spanning more than 100 films “in a breathtaking multitude of genres,” it announced on Tuesday. Khan, who is known in India as “King Khan,” will be making the trek to receive the award on Aug.

‘Life,’ ‘To A Land Unknown’ Win Main Prizes at Sophomore Edition of Mediterrane Film Festival - variety.com - Britain - Scotland - Malta - city Valletta - county Bee
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01.07.2024 / 09:17

‘Life,’ ‘To A Land Unknown’ Win Main Prizes at Sophomore Edition of Mediterrane Film Festival

Rafa Sales Ross Guest Contributor Zeki Demirkubuz’s “Life” was awarded the Golden Bee for Best Feature Film at the second edition of the Mediterrane Film Festival. Mahdi Fleifel’s Un Certain Regard breakout “To a Land Unknown” took the Jury’s Choice prize, while Brandt Andersen’s “The Stranger’s Case” won Golden Bees for Best Director for Andersen and Best Acting for Yasmine Al-Massri.

Marco Mueller Takes Taormina Film Festival Back to Formula Used in Golden Age (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Britain
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28.06.2024 / 12:17

Marco Mueller Takes Taormina Film Festival Back to Formula Used in Golden Age (EXCLUSIVE)

John Bleasdale Guest Contributor Veteran festival director Marco Mueller was only hired to take over as the artistic director of the Taormina Film Festival in April this year. “I’m stressed out,” he told Variety, two weeks ahead of the festival opening, but he is philosophical.

Taormina Film Festival Harnesses Power of Hollywood, Independent Cinema to Drive 70th Edition - variety.com - Italy - county Power
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28.06.2024 / 12:17

Taormina Film Festival Harnesses Power of Hollywood, Independent Cinema to Drive 70th Edition

John Bleasdale Guest Contributor The world premiere of Mitzi Peirone’s horror film “Saint Clare” will open the Taormina Film Festival, this year celebrating its 70th anniversary edition. The adaptation of Don Roff’s novel stars Bella Thorne, Ryan Phillippe, Frank Whaley and Rebecca De Mornay. It’s the first of four world premieres to screen at the outdoor Teatro Antico in the Sicilian town, which looks out towards Mount Etna, an active volcano, to the West.

Sigourney Weaver To Be Handed Venice Lifetime Achievement Award - deadline.com - county Scott - county Hand - county Ripley
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28.06.2024 / 10:25

Sigourney Weaver To Be Handed Venice Lifetime Achievement Award

Sigourney Weaver has been awarded the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement at the upcoming Venice International Film Festival.

‘Sleep,’ ‘The Strangers’ Case,’ ‘Searching for Amani’ Top Raindance Film Festival Awards - variety.com - Spain - South Korea - Kenya - Switzerland - Colombia - North Korea - Syria - Poland - Cyprus
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27.06.2024 / 12:57

‘Sleep,’ ‘The Strangers’ Case,’ ‘Searching for Amani’ Top Raindance Film Festival Awards

Naman Ramachandran The 32nd Raindance Film Festival (June 19-28) has revealed its jury award winners, reflecting a renewed focus on emerging filmmakers. Korean thriller “Sleep,” directed by Jason Yu and starring Lee Sun-kyun and Jung Yu-mi, took home the Discovery Award for best debut feature. The film marks Lee’s final role before his passing.

‘Star Wars’ and ‘Indiana Jones’ Sound Designer Ben Burtt to Be Honored by Locarno Film Festival - variety.com - Switzerland - Indiana
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25.06.2024 / 09:59

‘Star Wars’ and ‘Indiana Jones’ Sound Designer Ben Burtt to Be Honored by Locarno Film Festival

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent The Locarno Film Festival will honor multiple Oscar winner Ben Burtt — the sound designer, editor and voice actor behind the ‘Star Wars‘ and ‘Indiana Jones’ franchises — with its lifetime achievement award dedicated to creative pioneers. The prominent Swiss fest celebrating international indie cinema will be feting Burtt, best known for voicing Wall-E and creating Darth Vader’s mechanical breathing, with its Vision Award Ticinomoda. 1977’s “Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope” was one of the first films he worked on.

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