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‘Titane’ scores biggest US debut by Palme d’Or winner in 17 years

Wild Bunch handles international sales. Altitude, Film4 distribute in UK and Ireland.Neon’s Titane directed by Julia Ducournau has scored the biggest US opening weekend by a Palme d’Or winner since Fahrenheit 9/11 back in 2004.‘Titane’: Cannes ReviewThe body horror starring Agathe Rouselle and Vincent Lindon grossed an estimated $515,747 from 562 screens over the Friday-Sunday […]

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13 Tarantino Projects We Never Saw But Wish We Could’ve

Quentin Tarantino is one of the most influential American filmmakers of all time. In the three decades that Tarantino has been making films, he has inspired countless imitators, but few have had the impact he has — Tarantino’s 1992 directorial debut “Reservoir Dogs” literally changed the state of independent cinema. At the time, it was rare […]

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11 Movies Like Pulp Fiction That Are Definitely Worth Watching

“Pulp Fiction” was one of the most influential films of the ’90s. While Quentin Tarantino had announced himself two years prior with “Reservoir Dogs,” his 1994 follow up generated buzz that was unprecedented for independent films. It was a critical moment for film distribution, in which indie films proved they could become mainstream smash hits, […]

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‘Tarantino Live’: How Quentin Tarantino’s Movies Are Being Transformed into Theater

All products and services featured by IndieWire are independently selected by IndieWire editors. However, IndieWire may receive a commission on orders placed through its retail links, and the retailer may receive certain auditable data for accounting purposes.Quentin Tarantino’s fans can watch some of his iconic movies come to life in “Tarantino Live: Fox Force Five […]

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Rosanna Arquette: ‘I fear the world will fall into the hands of fascist dictators – and white supremacy’

The actor and film-maker on being ghosted for her politics, the best kiss of her life and having an angel experienceBorn in New York City, Rosanna Arquette, 61, starred with Madonna in the 1985 film Desperately Seeking Susan, for which she won a Bafta. Her other movies include Pulp Fiction and Crash. In 2002, she […]

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Quentin Tarantino Has Bought the Historic Vista Theater in Los Angeles

Quentin Tarantino is more than just a director and newly published novelist. The Pulp Fiction and Once Upon A Time…in Hollywood director is also a movie theater owner. Tarantino has been making the podcast rounds to support his just-published novelization of Once Upon A Time…in Hollywood. During his conversation with Dax […]The post Quentin Tarantino […]

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23 Best Picture Nominees That Deserved to Win the Oscar

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has a long history of overlooking the greatest films ever made for Best Picture. Many cinephiles are quick to point out Orson Welles’ “Citizen Kane” losing to John Ford’s “How Green Was My Valley” at the 14th Academy Awards, though it’s not like Ford’s emotionally satisfying family […]

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8 Quentin Tarantino Movies to Stream or Buy on Blu-Ray: ‘Kill Bill,’ ‘Pulp Fiction,’ and More

All products and services featured by IndieWire are independently selected by IndieWire editors. However, IndieWire may receive a commission on orders placed through its retail links, and the retailer may receive certain auditable data for accounting purposes.Quentin Tarantino has had the kind of career stardom that a indie filmmaker can only dream of. The Oscar-winning […]

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Tarantino Says Hans Landa From ‘Inglourious Basterds’ Was The Most Fun Character He’s Ever Written

Quentin Tarantino has written dozens of memorable characters throughout his career. What would “Pulp Fiction” be without Vincent Vega? Would “Kill Bill” be nearly as good without The Bride? But for the Oscar-winner there is one character that stands out among the others as the most fun character to write: Christoph Waltz‘s despicable Hans Landa […]

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