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Lena Dunham Netflix Series ‘Too Much’ Rounds Out Main Cast (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - London - New York - USA - New York - Seattle
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01.03.2024 / 11:41

Lena Dunham Netflix Series ‘Too Much’ Rounds Out Main Cast (EXCLUSIVE)

Joe Otterson TV Reporter Lena Dunham‘s Netflix comedy series “Too Much” has filled out its cast with a star-studded lineup, Variety has learned exclusively. Joining previously announced series leads Megan Stalter and Will Sharpe will be: Richard E. Grant (“Saltburn”), Stephen Fry (“The Dropout”), Janicza Bravo (“Sharp Stick”), Michael Zegen (“The Marvelous Mrs.

Paramount Sets Release Plan For Robbie Williams’ Musical Film ‘Better Man’ By Michael Gracey - deadline.com - USA - Canada - Berlin
deadline.com
28.02.2024 / 17:57

Paramount Sets Release Plan For Robbie Williams’ Musical Film ‘Better Man’ By Michael Gracey

EXCLUSIVE: Buoyed by the overperformance of music-driven films Bob Marley: One Love and Mean Girls, Paramount Pictures has slotted Better Man for an exclusive qualifying release on December 25, followed by a wide theatrical release on January 17 in the heat of awards season. The film is an original musical by The Greatest Showman director Michael Gracey, based on the life and music of singer Robbie Williams.

SAG Awards 2024 Red Carpet Photos - See Every Celeb Who Attended the Event! - www.justjared.com - Los Angeles - USA
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25.02.2024 / 00:39

SAG Awards 2024 Red Carpet Photos - See Every Celeb Who Attended the Event!

A major awards show on a Saturday night is a rare occurrence, but the 2024 SAG Awards are here to shake up awards season a little bit!

Berlinale awards: Mati Diop takes Golden Bear for ‘Dahomey’ - www.thehollywoodnews.com - Britain - Paris - USA - Mexico - North Korea - city Santos - Benin
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25.02.2024 / 00:31

Berlinale awards: Mati Diop takes Golden Bear for ‘Dahomey’

Dahomey. The Golden Bear, the first to be awarded to a black filmmaker in the festival’s history, is about the return of 26 royal treasures of the Kingdom of Dahomey from Paris to their country of origin, the present-day Republic of Benin.MUBI has acquired the rights to the film for both the UK and the United States, among other territories.On the night Diop had the following to say when she collected her award:Kenyan-Mexican actor Lupita Nyong’o was president of this year’s jury.Elsewhere, the runner-up prize, the Silver Bear Grand Jury went to Korean filmmaker Hong Sansoo’s Yeohaengjaui pilyo (A Traveler’s Needs), while the Silver Bear Jury Prize was awarded to Bruno Dumont’s L’Empire.Nelson Carlos De Los Santos Arias scooped the Best Director award for Pepe, while the two main acting awards went to two performances in the English language.

SAG Awards 2024 Red Carpet Arrivals: Ali Wong, Glen Powell, Fran Drescher and More - variety.com - Los Angeles - USA - California
variety.com
25.02.2024 / 00:15

SAG Awards 2024 Red Carpet Arrivals: Ali Wong, Glen Powell, Fran Drescher and More

Michaela Zee Hollywood’s biggest stars hit the red carpet for the 30th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on Saturday night in Los Angeles. The star-studded list of attendees includes Margot Robbie, Cillian Murphy, Robert Downey Jr., Lily Gladstone, Oprah, Jodie Foster and Ryan Gosling and so many more. “Barbie” and “Oppenheimer” lead the film nominations with four nods apiece; both features will compete for outstanding performance by a cast alongside “Killers of the Flower Moon,” “American Fiction” and “The Color Purple.” On the television front, “Succession” has a leading five nominations, while “Ted Lasso,” “The Bear” and “The Last of Us” each have four nominations.

HBO Sets Release Date for ‘A Revolution on Canvas,’ a Doc About One of Iran’s Most Seminal, Exiled Artists (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Iran - city Tehran
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22.02.2024 / 16:38

HBO Sets Release Date for ‘A Revolution on Canvas,’ a Doc About One of Iran’s Most Seminal, Exiled Artists (EXCLUSIVE)

Addie Morfoot Contributor HBO Documentary Films’ “A Revolution on Canvas,” about Iranian revolutionary artist and activist Nickzad “Nicky” Nodjoumi, is set to debut on HBO and Max on March 5. The 95-minute docu directed by his daughter, Sara Nodjoumi, and her husband, Till Schauder (“When God Sleeps”), is an art-heist-thriller-meets-portrait doc that recounts how Nickzad was forced to flee Iran in 1980 due to the controversial nature of his paintings on display at the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art.

Christoph Waltz, Sebastian Stan, Tom Wlaschiha Celebrate Berlinale Films at Studio Babelsberg Party - variety.com - Mexico - Berlin - city Babylon
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22.02.2024 / 11:44

Christoph Waltz, Sebastian Stan, Tom Wlaschiha Celebrate Berlinale Films at Studio Babelsberg Party

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor Sebastian Stan, whose “A Different Man” screens in the Berlin Film Festival, Christoph Waltz and Tom Wlaschiha, the “Faceless Man” in “Game of Thrones,” were among the guests at Studio Babelsberg Night, the historic Berlin film studios’ party at Soho House Berlin held to celebrate the 74th edition of the festival. The event was supported by Mexican tequila brand Don Julio, the Motion Picture Assn. and Little Moons.

European Film Market Sees Dealmaking Rebound Post-Strikes for Splashy U.S. Packages and Select International Titles: ‘Everyone Needs Movies Again’ - variety.com - USA - Berlin
variety.com
19.02.2024 / 11:19

European Film Market Sees Dealmaking Rebound Post-Strikes for Splashy U.S. Packages and Select International Titles: ‘Everyone Needs Movies Again’

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent As the European Film Market starts to unwind, the verdict is already in: Even if global economics are rocky, buyers are back and on the lookout. This week, dealmaking has been happening on both star-driven packages as well as arthouse and foreign-language movies.

‘Treasure’ Review: Lena Dunham and Stephen Fry Revisit Painful Family History in a Well-Meaning but Maudlin Father-Daughter Tale - variety.com - Australia - USA - Germany - Poland
variety.com
17.02.2024 / 23:21

‘Treasure’ Review: Lena Dunham and Stephen Fry Revisit Painful Family History in a Well-Meaning but Maudlin Father-Daughter Tale

Guy Lodge Film Critic After several years working in German TV and locally-oriented film projects, Julia von Heinz had a significant breakthrough with “And Tomorrow the Entire World” — a taut, punchy political thriller with a youthful spirit of anti-fascist revolt, vigorous enough to land a Venice competition slot. Its success evidently raised the status of the director’s long-held passion project, an adaptation of Australian novelist Lily Brett’s semi-autobiographical 2001 title “Too Many Men,” which reckoned thoughtfully with her parents’ experience as Auschwitz survivors, and the hereditary nature of trauma.

‘Treasure’ Review: Lena Dunham And Stephen Fry Team Up For A Strangely Flat Father-Daughter Road Movie – Berlin Film Festival - deadline.com - Australia - New York - Poland - Berlin
deadline.com
17.02.2024 / 20:49

‘Treasure’ Review: Lena Dunham And Stephen Fry Team Up For A Strangely Flat Father-Daughter Road Movie – Berlin Film Festival

When Australian writer Lily Brett published her novel Too Many Men in 2001, critics marvelled at the light, comic tone she had managed to strike in a novel about the lasting impact of the Holocaust, passed down from one generation to the next. Families have their customary jokes; they squabble over the dinner table; they may be funny characters but, underneath it all, there is a consciousness of pain. That’s not an easy balance to strike, as a writer or as an actor.

Lena Dunham, Stephen Fry, Julia von Heinz “Finished Making Holocaust Comedy-Drama ‘Treasure’ Early After October 7” (Berlinale) - deadline.com - Poland - Berlin - city Warsaw
deadline.com
17.02.2024 / 19:23

Lena Dunham, Stephen Fry, Julia von Heinz “Finished Making Holocaust Comedy-Drama ‘Treasure’ Early After October 7” (Berlinale)

Lena Dunham and Stephen Fry joined filmmaker Julia von Heinz for a press conference for new tragic comedy Treasure, which debuts this weekend in the Special Gala section at the Berlin Film Festival.

‘Small Things Like These’ Review: Cillian Murphy Anchors Chillingly Effective Religious Drama [Berlinale] - theplaylist.net - Ireland - Berlin
theplaylist.net
17.02.2024 / 18:25

‘Small Things Like These’ Review: Cillian Murphy Anchors Chillingly Effective Religious Drama [Berlinale]

Something eerie is afoot in the small Irish town of Wexford, where coal merchant Bill Furlong (Cillian Murphy) raises five young daughters alongside his wife, Eileen (Eileen Walsh). It’s Christmastime 1985, the busiest time of the year for the Furlong family business, but Bill is not feeling like himself.

Lena Dunham on Her ‘Incredibly Resonant’ Holocaust Drama ‘Treasure’ and Recent ‘Girls’ Renaissance: ‘Not Something I Expected’ - variety.com - Poland - Berlin
variety.com
17.02.2024 / 16:19

Lena Dunham on Her ‘Incredibly Resonant’ Holocaust Drama ‘Treasure’ and Recent ‘Girls’ Renaissance: ‘Not Something I Expected’

Ellise Shafer When Lena Dunham first read the script for Julia von Heinz’s “Treasure,” it hit home. The “Girls” creator’s grandmother had just died at 96, and Dunham found herself thinking a lot about her heritage. “Treasure,” based on the 1999 novel “Too Many Men” by Lily Brett, follows Ruth (Dunham), a journalist who travels to Poland with her Holocaust survivor father (Stephen Fry) to confront their family’s tragic past.

Stephen Fry on Playing Lena Dunham’s Holocaust Survivor Father in ‘Treasure’ and Filming at Auschwitz: ‘Nothing Can Quite Prepare You for That Experience’ - variety.com - Germany - Poland - Berlin
variety.com
17.02.2024 / 11:09

Stephen Fry on Playing Lena Dunham’s Holocaust Survivor Father in ‘Treasure’ and Filming at Auschwitz: ‘Nothing Can Quite Prepare You for That Experience’

K.J. Yossman Stephen Fry has been described as a “quintessential Englishman” and, thanks to his Cambridge University degree and roles in films such as “Gosford Park” and “Wilde,” he’s got a resumé to prove it. But it turns out his latest role, as Polish Holocaust survivor Edek in the upcoming feature “Treasure,” is closer to home.

Berlin Film Festival: Red Carpet Protests And Political Speeches Dominate Opening Ceremony - deadline.com - Ireland - Germany - Berlin
deadline.com
15.02.2024 / 21:23

Berlin Film Festival: Red Carpet Protests And Political Speeches Dominate Opening Ceremony

The Berlin Film Festival officially kicked off this evening with an eventful opening ceremony at the Berlinale Palast theater in the German capital. 

Berlin Film Festival 2024: All Of Deadline’s Movie Reviews - deadline.com - Ireland - Berlin - city Sangsoo
deadline.com
15.02.2024 / 21:23

Berlin Film Festival 2024: All Of Deadline’s Movie Reviews

The Berlin Film Festival kicks off its 74th edition Thursday with the opening-night world premiere screening of Small Things Like These, the Irish drama starring Oscar-nominated Oppenheimer star Cillian Murphy. It kicks of 10 days of movie debuts including for ones starring Rooney Mara, Isabelle Huppert, Gael García Bernal, Kristen Stewart and more.

Robert Downey Jr.-Produced ‘A Head Full of Ghosts’ Sets Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala as Directors, Fifth Season Financing - variety.com - Britain - Austria - state Massachusets - Berlin
variety.com
15.02.2024 / 17:07

Robert Downey Jr.-Produced ‘A Head Full of Ghosts’ Sets Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala as Directors, Fifth Season Financing

Naman Ramachandran “A Head Full of Ghosts,” an adaptation of Paul Tremblay’s Bram Stoker Award-winning novel, will be directed by Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala. The horror feature will be adapted and directed by Franz and Fiala, the filmmaking duo best known for horror-thriller hit, “Goodnight Mommy,” which was selected as Austria’s 2014 Oscar entry, and the Riley Keough-led “The Lodge,” which premiered at Sundance and was acquired by Neon in 2019. Their next film, “The Devil’s Bath,” is competing for the Golden Bear at the ongoing Berlin Film Festival.

Cillian Murphy on Exploring the ‘Collective Trauma’ of Ireland’s Magdalene Laundries in New Film ‘Small Things Like These’: ‘Art Can Be a Really Useful Balm’ - variety.com - Ireland - Berlin
variety.com
15.02.2024 / 14:13

Cillian Murphy on Exploring the ‘Collective Trauma’ of Ireland’s Magdalene Laundries in New Film ‘Small Things Like These’: ‘Art Can Be a Really Useful Balm’

Ellise Shafer During the Berlin Film Festival press conference for his newest film “Small Things Like These,” Cillian Murphy reflected on the “collective trauma” of Ireland’s Magdalene Laundries. “Small Things Like These” focuses on the “horrific asylums run by Roman Catholic institutions from the 1820s until 1996, ostensibly to reform ‘fallen young women,’” according to its synopsis.

‘Oppenheimer’ Stars Cillian Murphy & Matt Damon Talk Reteam On Berlin Opener ‘Small Things Like These’, How They Met & That One Thing A Future Collaboration Would Require: Q&A - deadline.com - Berlin - state New Mexico
deadline.com
15.02.2024 / 13:32

‘Oppenheimer’ Stars Cillian Murphy & Matt Damon Talk Reteam On Berlin Opener ‘Small Things Like These’, How They Met & That One Thing A Future Collaboration Would Require: Q&A

EXCLUSIVE: Passing the time between Oppenheimer takes in a New Mexico bunker one morning at about 4am, Cillian Murphy and Matt Damon sowed the seeds of a future collaboration. Fast-forward to today, and Small Things Like These is opening the Berlin Film Festival. 

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