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‘Corsage’ Star Vicky Krieps to Play Murdered Film and TV Producer Sophie Toscan du Plantier in Jim Sheridan Docu-Drama ‘Re-creation’ (Exclusive)

Vicky Krieps, best performance prize winner in Cannes’ Un Certain Regard for “Corsage,” will star as Sophie Toscan du Plantier in six time-Oscar nominee Jim Sheridan and David Merriman’s “Re-creation,” which is being presented in the Venice Gap-Financing Market.The docu-drama, which centers on the brutal murder in 1996 in Ireland of French film and TV […]

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How Tommy Lee Jones’ ‘Fugitive’ Performance Anchored One of the Best Oscar Races of All Time

In the vast tapestry of Oscar history, specific years define instants of talents converging to produce a constellation of extraordinary performances. 1993 was one such epoch when the best supporting actor lineup at the 66th Academy Awards ceremony showcased an assembly of unparalleled depth. The roster included Leonardo DiCaprio for “What’s Eating Gilbert Grape,” Ralph […]

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Venice Gap-Financing Market Includes Projects by Jim Sheridan, Annemarie Jacir, Roberto Minervini

The 10th edition of the Venice Gap-Financing Market, organized as part of the Venice Film Festival’s industry program Venice Production Bridge, has selected 62 projects in the final stages of development and funding.Filmmakers taking projects to Venice include Jim Sheridan, an Oscar nominee with “In America,” “In the Name of the Father” and “My Left […]

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Terry George war thriller ‘Riverman’ set to shoot in Neom and UK

Irish filmmaker is known for directing ‘Hotel Rwanda’ and writing ‘In The Name Of The Father’.Oscar-winning Irish filmmaker Terry George is to direct war action thriller Riverman and is preparing to shoot the feature in Saudi Arabia’s Neom and the UK.Inspired by war diaries written during the war in Afghanistan, the story will follow a […]

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‘Wild Mountain Thyme’ Review: John Patrick Shanley Delivers the Year’s Most Demented Rom-Com

There are people who will tell you that John Patrick Shanley’s “Wild Mountain Thyme” traffics in bumper-to-bumper Irish stereotypes, but those people will be a bit off the mark — “stereotypes” is a wildly inadequate word for how this fable-esque romantic comedy renders the quirks and customs of life in the verdant farmlands of Ireland’s […]

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Saffron Burrows: ‘I was raised to feel like I could love who I wanted’

The actor and activist, who stars in Netflix hit You, on her teenage years as an anti-racist campaigner, modelling in Paris, #MeToo and the ‘sexist’ films she turned downWhen Saffron Burrows became an actor, there were scripts she had to throw straight out. Her prospective characters “were always running for their life in high heels”, […]

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