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CAA, Rt Features Sign Up ‘Memory House’ Director Joao Paulo Miranda Maria (Exclusive)

Creative Artists Agency (CAA) has signed João Paulo Miranda Maria, writer-director of “Memory House,” the only Latin American feature chosen for this year’s Cannes Official Selection.In further news, Miranda Maria is preparing two new feature films, one his English-language debut, with Rodrigo Teixeira’s Sao Paulo-based Rt Features, producer of Luca Guadagnino’s “Call Me By Your […]

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‘We Are Who We Are’ Trailer: Luca Guadagnino is Delivering Another Stirring Coming-of-Age Drama, This Time for TV

Back in 2017, director Luca Guadagnino delivered the gorgeous coming-of-age romance Call Me By Your Name starring Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer. Now the filmmaker is at it again, this time with Jack Dylan Grazer and Jordan Kristine Seamón starring in We Are Who We Are, a new HBO series following two American kids living […]

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‘Ammonite’: Kate Winslet & Saoirse Ronan Are The Latest Ladies On Fire In Francis Lee’s Gorgeous-Looking Gay Romantic Drama

One of the best films of 2017 you didn’t see and one of the best films of that year, period? Francis Lee’s “God’s Own Country.” It was an astonishing feature-length debut and landed Lee immediately on every list imaginable where filmmakers-to-watch were concerned (“God’s Own Country” also won Sundance’s World Cinema directing award that year). […]

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Luca Guadagnino’s ‘Fiori, Fiori, Fiori!,’ High-School Massacre Drama ‘Run Hide Fight’ Complete Venice Lineup

The Venice Film Festival has completed the lineup of its 77th edition with the addition of “Fiori, Fiori, Fiori!,” a short film shot during the lockdown by Luca Guadagnino, the director of Oscar-nominated “Call Me By Your Name,” and U.S. film “Run Hide Fight,” about a high-school massacre.Both titles will play in the Out of […]

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Luca Guadagnino, Seth Rogen Set for Surprise Team Up with Scotty Bowers Gay Hustler Film

Luca Guadagnino is adding another project to his growing list of upcoming directorial projects. Deadline reports Searchlight Pictures has attached the “Call Me By Your Name” and “Suspiria” director to helm its narrative feature adaptation of Matt Tyrnauer’s 2017 documentary “Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood.” In an unexpected and enticing move, the Searchlight […]

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Celebrity Astrologer Walter Mercado Wanted Timothée Chalamet to Play in Him in His Biopic, Say ‘Mucho Mucho Amor’ Filmmakers

The co-directors and producer of a new Netflix documentary about the life of iconic television astrologer Walter Mercado are hoping to adapt the film into a scripted biopic.Cristina Costantini, who directed “Mucho Mucho Amor: The Legend of Walter Mercado” with Kareem Tabsch, tells Variety that they asked Mercado who he wanted to play him. “I […]

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Luca Guadagnino to Direct ‘Scarface’ Reboot

“Call Me by Your Name” filmmaker Luca Guadagnino will direct a reboot of “Scarface” for Universal Pictures.Joel Coen and Ethan Coen wrote the latest version of the script with earlier drafts by Gareth Dunnet-Alcocer, Jonathan Herman and Paul Attanasio.“Scarface” will be produced by Dylan Clark for his Dylan Clark Productions. Scott Stuber will executive produce […]

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Memento Films Intl. Boards Leah Purcell’s Aussie Revenge Tale ‘The Drover’s Wife’ (Exclusive)

Memento Films Intl. (“Call Me By Your Name”) has acquired the Aussie revenge tale “The Drover’s Wife,” the film adaptation of Leah Purcell’s successful Australian stage play. Purcell is on board to adapt, act and direct the film which Oombarra Prods. and Bunya Prods. (“Sweet Country”) will produce.Memento Films Intl. is handling world sales on […]

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Luca Guadagnino’s Short Film, ‘The Staggering Girl,’ To Hit Mubi Streaming Service In February

Sadly, after a new film in consecutive years, 2019 was devoid of a new feature film from acclaimed filmmaker Luca Guadagnino. Since 2017’s “Call Me By Your Name” and 2018’s “Suspiria,” fans have been anxiously awaiting what the director has up his sleeve next. But thankfully, even though this year didn’t bring a new feature, […]

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The King review – rogues’ gallery of grunters and brawlers

Timothée Chalamet makes for a slight royal alongside Robert Pattinson’s French dauphin in this bruising adaptation of Shakespeare’s history plays‘If it rains tonight, we fight tomorrow,” declares Timothée Chalamet, huddled with his fellow actors in the final act of The King, David Michôd’s sombre, bruising adaptation of Shakespeare’s Henriad. Chalamet, the limpid star of Beautiful […]

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