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‘The Son’ Review: Florian Zeller’s Follow-Up to ‘The Father’ Is a Sadistic Family Drama

Florian Zeller doesn’t make films, he makes birth control at 24fps. Adapted from his play of the same name — and adding rich cinematic dimensions to the text’s ingenious structural conceit — Zeller’s brilliant and unsparing “The Father” shook people for how it simultaneously conveyed the confusion of suffering from dementia, and the heartache of […]

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Maria Bakalova to Produce and Star in Her First Bulgarian Movie Post-‘Borat’

Oscar nominee Maria Bakalova is returning to Bulgaria for a dark comedy based on wildly true events.The “Borat 2” and “Bodies Bodies Bodies” actress is set to star in and produce “Triumph,” inspired by the aftermath of the fall of Communism in the 1990s when Bulgarian army officials teamed up with psychics to find a […]

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Sony Classics sets 2022 release dates for awards contenders

Mia Hansen-Løve’s One Fine Morning, Davy Chou’s Return To Seoul get one-week qualifying runs.Sony Pictures Classics has unveiled the 2022 release dates for its upcoming slate including potential awards contenders The Son, and pre-2023 qualifying runs for Cannes duo One Fine Morning and Return To Seoul.Hugh Jackman stars in upcoming Venice world premiere The Son […]

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Sony Pictures Classics’ Michael Barker and Tom Bernard to receive Zurich honour

Co-founders to receive festival’s Game Changer Award.Zurich Film Festival is to honour Sony Pictures Classics co-presidents Michael Barker and Tom Bernard with its Game Changer Award.The Game Changer Award is presented during the festival to recognise outstanding achievements in the film industry. It comes as Sony Pictures Classics, which was founded by Barker and Bernard, […]

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Sony Pictures Classics Chiefs Michael Barker and Tom Bernard to Receive Game Changer Award at Zurich Festival

Sony Pictures Classics co-founders Michael Barker and Tom Bernard will receive the Game Changer Award at the Zurich Film Festival (Zff), in recognition of their services to film culture.Along with Marcie Bloom, Barker and Bernard, who serve as co-presidents, founded Sony Pictures Classics as an autonomous division of Sony Pictures Entertainment. To date, films produced […]

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Olivia Williams: ‘I have unattractive knees. They have taken offence at my scathing remarks and decided to stop functioning’

The actor on early ambitions in tractor driving, wardrobe mishaps and the body parts taking revengeBorn in London, Olivia Williams, 53, studied at Cambridge University and Bristol Old Vic Theatre school before joining the RSC. Her movies include The Postman, The Sixth Sense, Rushmore and The Father, and her TV work includes Friends, the British […]

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Josh Brolin’s Advice For Outer Range Helped Imogen Poots Become Unhinged

Since her feature film debut in “V for Vendetta” in 2005, Imogen Poots has starred alongside a number of veteran actors, such as Robert Carlyle in “28 Weeks Later,” Patrick Stewart in “Green Room,” and Anthony Hopkins and Olivia Colman in “The Father.” In the new Prime Video series, “Outer Range,” Poots plays Autumn, a backpacker and […]

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