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Jacob Elordi Skips Cannes as Crying Paul Schrader Accepts 4-Minute Standing Ovation for ‘Oh, Canada’ - variety.com - Canada - Vietnam
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18.05.2024 / 00:27

Jacob Elordi Skips Cannes as Crying Paul Schrader Accepts 4-Minute Standing Ovation for ‘Oh, Canada’

Paul Schrader shed tears as his new film “Oh, Canada” earned a four-minute standing ovation at Cannes Film Festival on Friday night. Jacob Elordi was notably absent from the premiere, possibly because he is filming Guillermo del Toro’s “Frankenstein,” in which he stars as The Monster. After the ovation finished, Schrader addressed Elordi not being there, saying: “I’m very happy with Richard, Uma, Jake — not here with us –and it all worked out.

Richard Gere Gets Family Support at Cannes Film Festival Premiere of 'Oh, Canada,' Co-Star Uma Thurman & More Also Attend - www.justjared.com - France - Canada
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17.05.2024 / 23:41

Richard Gere Gets Family Support at Cannes Film Festival Premiere of 'Oh, Canada,' Co-Star Uma Thurman & More Also Attend

Richard Gere poses for a family photo while attending the 2024 Cannes Film Festival premiere of his upcoming film Oh, Canada held at Palais des Festivals on Friday (May 17) in Cannes, France.

‘Oh, Canada’ Review: Richard Gere And His ‘American Gigolo’ Filmmaker Paul Schrader Reunite For Reflective Drama About Truth, Regrets And Mortality – Cannes Film Festival - deadline.com - USA - Canada
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17.05.2024 / 21:55

‘Oh, Canada’ Review: Richard Gere And His ‘American Gigolo’ Filmmaker Paul Schrader Reunite For Reflective Drama About Truth, Regrets And Mortality – Cannes Film Festival

Hard to believe it has been 44 years since Paul Schrader and star Richard Gere last worked together on 1980’s seminal American Gigolo, a film that became not just a keystone in Gere’s celebrated career but also one for one Schrader’s as one of his earliest directorial credits. Of course he has written some of the great screenplays, particularly in his collaborations with Martin Scorsese on Raging Bull, The Last Temptation of Christ and Taxi Driver. But it is what interests him now a half century later as a writer-director that continues to fascinate.

‘Oh, Canada’ Review: Paul Schrader Separates the Art From the Artist in Prismatic Portrait of a Dying Director - variety.com - USA - Canada
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17.05.2024 / 21:47

‘Oh, Canada’ Review: Paul Schrader Separates the Art From the Artist in Prismatic Portrait of a Dying Director

Peter Debruge Chief Film Critic Straying from the hotheaded “Taxi Driver” style that has dominated much of his career, Paul Schrader pays ruminative and respectful tribute to his late friend, novelist Russell Banks, who gave the writer-director the raw material for one of his best films, “Affliction” — and now, for one of his best films in years. Adapted from Banks’ “Foregone” (and given the title the author told Schrader he wanted for the book), “Oh, Canada” presents a dying artist’s final testimony as a multifaceted film-within-a-film, honoring Banks while also revealing so many of Schrader’s own thoughts on mortality.

‘Three Kilometers To The End Of The World’ Review: Emanuel Parvu’s Drama An Expansive Tale Of Corruption And Lies – Cannes Film Festival - deadline.com - Romania
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17.05.2024 / 19:55

‘Three Kilometers To The End Of The World’ Review: Emanuel Parvu’s Drama An Expansive Tale Of Corruption And Lies – Cannes Film Festival

When Adi (Ciprian Chiujdea) is beaten up outside the one dance club in the village where he grew up, his father takes up the cudgels, chivvying the local police chief into finding out who did it. It would be obvious enough to anyone but dad Dragoi (Bogdan Dumitrache) that this is a straight-up case of gay-bashing, which would seem to signal that Emanuel Parvu’s Cannes Competition title Three Kilometers to the End of the World, a slice of Romanian life, will be a worthy but familiar story of a boy’s coming out to a hostile world. Indeed, bloodied Adi with his black eyes and traumatic lesions is soon being punished, locked in his room by his parents as his desperate mother prays to the icons on the wall for guidance. We have undoubtedly been down this donkey-track before. 

Tennis Champ Naomi Osaka’s Company Hana Kuma Boards ‘Julie Keeps Quiet,’ Ahead of Cannes World Premiere (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Beyond
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17.05.2024 / 12:25

Tennis Champ Naomi Osaka’s Company Hana Kuma Boards ‘Julie Keeps Quiet,’ Ahead of Cannes World Premiere (EXCLUSIVE)

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor Tennis champion Naomi Osaka’s company Hana Kuma has boarded Leonardo Van Dijl’s debut feature “Julie Keeps Quiet” ahead of its world premiere on Saturday in Cannes Critics’ Week. The film is being sold by New Europe Film Sales. Osaka and her longtime agent and business partner Stuart Duguid’s Hana Kuma, an Emmy Award-nominated creative house, will serve as executive producers on the film.

‘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
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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.

Richard Gere Goes Back in Time — and Transforms Into Jacob Elordi — in First Look at Paul Schrader’s ‘Oh Canada’ - variety.com - USA - Canada - Vietnam
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16.05.2024 / 08:21

Richard Gere Goes Back in Time — and Transforms Into Jacob Elordi — in First Look at Paul Schrader’s ‘Oh Canada’

Angelique Jackson Richard Gere and Jacob Elordi star in Paul Schrader‘s latest, highly anticipated film ‘Oh Canada,’ which premieres at the Cannes Film Festival on Friday. Based on the late Russell Banks’ 2021 novel “Foregone,” the film centers on Gere’s Leonard Fife, an acclaimed filmmaker and “one of sixty thousand draft evaders and deserters who fled to Canada to avoid serving in Vietnam, shares all his secrets to de-mythologize his mythologized life.” Elordi plays the younger version of Leonard. In this first-look clip, Gere’s Leonard speeds up to someone’s home, gets out of a car and walks toward the gate.

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15.05.2024 / 19:47

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His start had us worried! Thankfully, though, he pulled it out and CAME THROUGH!

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
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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.

Anya Taylor-Joy, Heidi Klum, Helena Christensen and more make glamorous arrivals at the 2024 Cannes Film Festival opening ceremony: photos - nypost.com - France
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14.05.2024 / 22:23

Anya Taylor-Joy, Heidi Klum, Helena Christensen and more make glamorous arrivals at the 2024 Cannes Film Festival opening ceremony: photos

Anya Taylor-Joy, Heidi Klum, and Helena Christensen were among the stars who arrived at the Opening Ceremony and the screening of “Le Deuxieme Acte” at the 77th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, southern France, on May 14, 2024.This year’s jury members, including Greta Gerwig, Eva Green, and Lily Gladstone, are tasked with deciding the winners of the various awards.The Opening Ceremony was highlighted by the presentation of the Honorary Palme d’Or to Meryl Streep, awarded in recognition of her illustrious career and contributions to film.The 2024 Cannes Film Festival runs from May 14 to May 25, 2024.

Why So Many Cannes Auteurs Are Turning the Camera Back on Themselves - variety.com - China - Hollywood - Canada
variety.com
14.05.2024 / 18:03

Why So Many Cannes Auteurs Are Turning the Camera Back on Themselves

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.

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
variety.com
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.

Christian Nodal on the Birth of His Daughter: ‘It Was Very Traumatic’ - us.hola.com - Mexico
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13.05.2024 / 21:31

Christian Nodal on the Birth of His Daughter: ‘It Was Very Traumatic’

Christian Nodal and Cazzu, the arrival of their daughter Inti has been a life-changing event, filling their lives with a lot of love and happiness. However, not everything has been smooth sailing for the happy parents.

New Italian Media Company Be Water Announces Prestigious Partners, Takes Paul Schrader’s Cannes-Bound ‘Oh, Canada’ (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Italy - Canada - Rome
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13.05.2024 / 08:05

New Italian Media Company Be Water Announces Prestigious Partners, Takes Paul Schrader’s Cannes-Bound ‘Oh, Canada’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent New Italian media company Be Water – which is in Cannes for the first time – has announced its full roster of partners and scope of business activities comprising film, documentary and scripted TV production as well as theatrical film distribution, podcasts and live events. The Rome-based potential powerhouse is operating with what is being described as a holistic approach to content production that is congenial to the digital age, which is certainly a novelty for Italy.

Martin Scorsese’s dog bit off and ate part of Paul Schrader’s thumb - www.nme.com - Canada
nme.com
10.05.2024 / 20:45

Martin Scorsese’s dog bit off and ate part of Paul Schrader’s thumb

Martin Scorsese’s dog bit off part of his thumb and ate it.The screenwriter has worked with Scorsese several times over the decades, including on the classic films Taxi Driver, Raging Bull and The Last Temptation of Christ, and is also known for his own directorial career, which in recent years has included First Reformed and The Card Counter.In a new interview with Variety, it has been reported that Schrader showed up with “a massive, bloody bandage” wrapped around his hand.“So on Tuesday night, I had dinner with Marty at his place,” Schrader explained when asked about his injury.“He has these dogs. They were very cute.

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.

Can Paul Schrader Cheat Death? The Director on Taking ‘Oh, Canada’ to Cannes, Scorsese’s Dog Biting His Finger Off and Defending Kevin Spacey - variety.com - Canada - Saudi Arabia
variety.com
09.05.2024 / 15:01

Can Paul Schrader Cheat Death? The Director on Taking ‘Oh, Canada’ to Cannes, Scorsese’s Dog Biting His Finger Off and Defending Kevin Spacey

Paul Schrader absentmindedly builds installation art out of seven prescription bottles, two inhalers and an empty martini glass, as we sit in a restaurant for seniors in a Manhattan high-rise. Outside, lights twinkle on the Hudson. In 1975, Schrader went to bed with a pistol under his pillow while writing “Taxi Driver.” “Having the option to end things is the only way I could sleep,” Schrader says.

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