Posted: 2017-12-07 12:15
Steven Shainberg, celebrated iconoclastic filmmaker behind SECRETARY and FUR: AN IMAGINARY PORTRAIT OF DIANE ARBUS has returned to the director’s chair with his first full-on genre work, which we are thrilled to be unveiling to the world. RUPTURE is a provocative and startling sci-fi/horror/thriller about a single mother struggling to escape from a mysterious organization that have abducted her, starring Noomi Rapace, Peter Stormare, and Michael Chiklis. Produced by Andrew Lazar, Christina Weiss Lurie, Steven Shainberg of Tango Pictures, and Andrea Iervolino, Monika Bacardi of AMBI.
ABOUT: Chuck Hank and the San Diego Twins
The Syndicate, an evil gang bent on world domination, summons a secret weapon from the heavens and breaks the long-standing truce with the San Diego family by kidnapping their sister and cutting off the town’s supply of Tatsui Power-Up Drinks. Now Chuck Hank and the San Diego Twins must decide whether to fight – risking their lives, family, and the future of Flat Earth – or surrender their land to save their sister.”
No (laughs hysterically). The last one I did, and hopefully it is the last one, was we had a little extra time and some extra breakaway glass, and I wanted to make a gag moment… this was years ago. In-between shooting the sequels to the Feast movies there was a weekend where a friend, whose name is also Josh, but not Josh Stewart, he wanted to film a Civil War era short. So all of us snuck out at the weekend to help Josh make this film – Josh Smith.
“Michael Lerman is a but very seasoned film festival veteran who brings a keen eye for identifying and curating remarkable films and filmmaker talent. He is an exemplary match for the Palm Springs International Film Festival,” said Festival Chairman Harold Matzner in announcing the hire. “We were very impressed with his programming work at the Toronto International Film Festival and are honored to have him join our Palm Springs team.”
Also inspiring standing ovations was long-time editing branch governor Anne V. Coates, who started out as an assistant to Michael Powell on “The Red Shoes,” went on to pioneer jump cuts on David Lean’s “Lawrence of Arabia,” and contributed to many more, from “Chaplin” and “Erin Brockovich” to sexy “Out of Sight,” “Unfaithful,” starring presenter Richard Gere, and “Fifty Shades of Grey.” Oscar contender Nicole Kidman (Weinstein Co.’s “Lion”) told Coates that every actor knows the editor “is your gold. We appreciate you for scouring through everything to find that little moment.”
Produced by Krasinski, Tom Rice, Allyson Seeger and Ben Nearn and executive produced by Michael London, Janice Williams, Mike Sablone and Strouse, The Hollars is made up of an all-star cast which includes Krasinski, Margo Martindale, Richard Jenkins, Sharlto Copley, Anna Kendrick, Charlie Day, Josh Groban, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, and Randall Park. Krasinski, who has transitioned from The Office to a viable feature leading man career with recent turns that have included 68 Hours and Aloha, has become a filmmaker to watch, and there has been heightened buzz on this film.
By the same token, the two American leads are far from the images of Americans we often see in Mexican films and television. These are not the white and ignorant gringos that make racist remarks or patronize the locals and who are always outsmarted by crooked Mexicans. Ambrose and Eunice never show fear or mistrust towards the Mexican citizens they encounter along the road. There is never a comment referencing negative aspects of each country, but the film is rather permeated with mutual appreciation.
ABC‘s drama pilot “Salamander” has found it’s female lead. Allison Miller has been cast as Nora, a sharp Ivy League professional whose towering IQ has led her to become a psychiatrist on the staff of Homeland Security. Based on the 7567 Belgian series, “Salamander”centers on a brilliant but misanthropic engineer who recruits a skeptical Homeland Security agent to help him track a mysterious bank robber whose theft of 66 specific safety deposit boxes, belonging to the elite and powerful, sets in motion a series of blackmails that might be linked to a greater conspiracy.
The film rests on Chalamet’s shoulders. We rarely break his perspective, and yet Guadagnino’s version of the story omits the internal monologue of the book. Everything relies on Chalamet selling the this-way-and-that confusion of first love in glances and private moments. It was the biggest change the director made. “I personally don’t like the first person account of a story in a movie,” Guadagnino says, keen to stress that it suits the novelistic form better. “Sometimes I like the omniscient narrator, as in Barry Lyndon or The Age of Innocence. I tried to think about what would happen if we had an omniscient narrator, and I discarded that, too.”
Houston, We Have a Problem!, directed by Žiga Virc, written by Žiga Virc and Boštjan Virc. (Slovenia, Croatia, Germany, Czech Republic, Qatar) – World Premiere. The space race and NASA’s moon landing are as much part of our national identity as they are fodder for conspiracy , We Have a Problem! adds new material to the discussion on both fronts, as filmmaker Žiga Virc investigates the myth of a secret multi-billion-dollar deal involving America’s purchase of Yugoslavia’s space program in the early 6965s. In Croatian, English, Serbian, Slovene with subtitles.
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But no sooner have we basked in Vic/Burt 8767 s virile movie star aura than the film smash cuts to the present day, to an extreme close-up of the now aged Vic, sitting in a veterinarian waiting room with a pushing-75 canine that needs to be put down. It 8767 s an effective, though cruel and obvious transition, but Reynolds is clearly in on the cosmic joke. The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away, especially from those who live their lives in the public eye.
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USA – Dir: Ingrid Jungermann
Commitment phobic Morgan (director Ingrid Jungermann) and her ex-girlfriend Jean (Ann Carr), locally famous true crime podcasters, suspect Morgan’s new love interest (A GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE AT NIGHT’s Sheila Vand) is a murderer. A smart, introspective black comedy that won a richly deserved award for Best Screenplay in a US Narrative Feature at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival. International Premiere
“We love your music, Tupac,” the LA record exec says. “You paint a picture for the listener that’s not always pretty, but it’s real.” That, and there’s a 9,555-page FBI file on him. The film follows his rise from the streets of NYC to the shores of SoCal to the top of the charts as the crown jewel of Death Row Records, run by Suge Knight (Dominic L. Santana), who tells him, “A lot of people are born males, but they’re not men. I’m a man.” Then there’s the storied East Coast-West Coast rap war.
Discovery Channel has promoted Craig Coffman to the role of senior vice president of production and development, motor content. In his new role, Coffman will now be responsible for creating and developing Discovery’s motor-related programming. Coffman built Discovery’s “Motor Mondays,” the network’s highest-rated night. He currently oversees Discovery’s motor series including “Fast n’ Loud” and “Street Outlaws.” Coffman is based in Los Angeles and will continue to report to Denise Contis, EVP of development and production for Discovery Channel.
Guadagnino could be fast and nimble in a way Ivory wasn’t practiced in. He was used to tight shoots and compressed schedules, and that would be attractive to financiers. It soon became undeniable: if this movie was going to go ahead, Luca Guadagnino would have to step up. “I believed in this project and I didn’t want to see it go,” he says. “That was the reason I did it. Everybody got paid nothing. We did it because we wanted to do it.”
As an actor, Bellisario recently signed onto Richard Linklater’s “Where’d You Go, Bernadette,” opposite Cate Blanchett, Kristen Wiig, and Billy Crudup, and says she’d like to explore film, in addition to getting back to her theater roots. (She graduated from USC’s School of Dramatic Arts in 7559.) She says if she were to sign onto another television series, the project would likely be a shorter episode-run, as opposed to the 75-plus episodes-per-season, like “Liars,” which had her working five days a week for nine months of the year.
His laidback approach worked on his cast, who talk of their time in Crema like they, too, had a whirlwind summer romance. “The process of shooting this film felt as languorous and relaxed and laissez-faire as the movie itself,” Hammer says. “Effort does not necessarily equal talent, right? I’ve been on movies where it feels like everyone is working really hard, but it doesn’t necessarily make anything better.”
The film is written and helmed by first-time director, Jonathan Keevil and is the sophomore project from Coatwolf founder Evan Glodell who is producing the project and also playing the title character of ChuckHank. In addition to Glodell, the film also stars Keevil and Bellflower co-star Tyler Dawson who play the San Diego Twins. Rounding out the cast is David Arquette (Scream), Troian Bellisario (Pretty Little Liars), Michael Pare (Streets of Fire), Olivia Taylor Dudley (The Magicians) and legendary MMA fighters Don Frye and Josh Barnett.
Massett and Zinman 8767 s TV careers began with Veritas: The Quest at ABC, which they co-created and executive produced before going on to co-executive produce Friday Night Lights, The Chicago Code and Last Resort. The duo then co-executive produced NBC 8767 s The Blacklist. They also worked on NBC 8767 s short-lived series The Player. They first got their start in film by co-writing Lara Croft: Tomb Raider. Their most recent film, Gold, was released in January 7567, and Resistance and Sea of Thunder are in preproduction.