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Utopia Buys Tribeca Award Winner ‘Materna’ (Exclusive)

Utopia has acquired worldwide rights to David Gutnik’s “Materna” ahead of the film’s in-person debut at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival.The movie looks at four women, whose lives intersect during an incident on a New York City subway. Kate Lyn Sheil (“She Dies Tomorrow”), Jade Eshete (“Billions”), Lindsay Burdge (“Black Bear”), Assol Abdullina (“First Snow”), […]

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The New Mutants review – troubled kids add hit of horror to X-Men saga

The superhero franchise is refreshed with a thoughtful study of childhood trauma before noisy CGI battles come to the foreMeet the new mutants, same as the old mutants … or sort of. This is an X-Men spin-off, based on the characters by Marvel Comics artists Chris Claremont and Bob McLeod, and they are younger than […]

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She Dies Tomorrow: How Amy Seimetz made a horror film for our times

Referred to as “2020: The Movie” the actor-director’s acclaimed new thriller – set in her own house – focuses on anxiety, contagion and mortalityThanks to endless Zoom calls with colleagues and the home-broadcasting of celebrities around the globe, lockdown has made interior decor voyeurs of us all. In the case of actor-director Amy Seimetz, however, […]

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Amy Seimetz Accidentally Made the First Covid-Era Thriller

It’s been eight years since Amy Seimetz directed her first feature, “Sun Don’t Shine,” and her second film, “She Dies Tomorrow,” carries her imprint. Both films pull you into an off kilter, menacing dreamscape where unreliable characters are capable of doing just about anything. Appropriately enough, her film was my last press screening before lockdown.Recovering […]

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Film Community Champions Amy Seimetz as Abuse Claims Against Shane Carruth Surface

Film journalists, critics, directors, and more are showing support for writer-actress-filmmaker Amy Seimetz on social media after news surfaced she has an open restraining order against “Primer” and “Upstream Color” director Shane Carruth. Seimetz starred opposite Carruth in “Upstream Color” and the two had a relationship that ended in 2018. Seimetz filed for the restraining […]

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‘She Dies Tomorrow’: Amy Seimetz Creates A Presciently Disturbing Surreal Mystery About Viral Ideas That Kill [Review]

Ideas are contagious, like a virus, Christopher Nolan posited, coldly and conceptually, back in 2010 with “Inception.” In 2020, filmmaker Amy Seimetz takes that a few steps further with an emotional edge and the presciently eerie idea of infectious diseases that will spread and kill you as thoughts. In her feature-length sophomore feature, “She Dies […]

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Charades unveils multiple deals on Neon titles including ‘Spaceship Earth’ (exclusive)

Titles were sold with a special Covid-19 era marketing package devised by Neon.Paris-based sales company Charades has announced a raft of deals on Spaceship Earth, The Painter And The Thief and She Dies Tomorrow, which it added to its slate at the end of April under an innovative deal with leading Us arthouse distributor Neon.Under […]

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Nicolas Cage and Alex Wolff Revenge Thriller ‘Pig’ Picked Up by Neon

Neon has acquired the domestic distribution rights to “Pig,” a revenge thriller starring Nicolas Cage and Alex Wolff from first-time director Michael Sarnoski, the distributor announced Thursday.“Pig” started production in September and the filmmakers teased footage of the film at the Berlin Film Festival. Neon plans to release the film theatrically, with plans to be […]

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Neon Buys Amy Seimetz’s SXSW Thriller ‘She Dies Tomorrow’

Neon has acquired the worldwide rights to Amy Seimetz’s apocalyptic thriller, “She Dies Tomorrow,” which had been set to premiere at the SXSW Film Festival before the event was canceledThe film stars Seimetz’s frequent collaborator Kate Lyn Sheil as a woman ravaged by the notion that she is going to die tomorrow, which sends her […]

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