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Buyers flock to Sierra/Affinity’s virtual Cannes titles ‘Billie Holiday’, ‘Arthur The King’, ‘Greatest Days’ (exclusive)

Jonathan Kier hails indie buyer response during ”incredibly productive” market.Sierra/Affinity has finalised a raft of major territory deals on its Cannes virtual market slate in the latest encouraging show of strength by independent international buyers.Sierra/Affinity president Jonathan Kier noted a “robust and enthusiastic” reaction from distributors to The United States Vs. Billie Holiday, Arthur The […]

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Studios Eye Summer Restart in Central Europe as Coronavirus Restrictions Begin to Ease

As much of Europe begins to ease restrictions imposed on business and travel to curb the spread of coronavirus, Hollywood studios are looking ahead to summer and early fall when production is expected to resume in Hungary and the Czech Republic, Central Europe’s biggest production hubs.Executives at Mid Atlantic Films and Stillking Films, who have […]

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‘The Nightingale’ and ‘Lambs of God’ Dominate Aacta Awards

Confrontational revenge drama “The Nightingale” was the big winner in the feature film category of the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards. “Lambs of God” was dominant in the TV section.“The Nightingale” was named as best film. Jennifer Kent additionally won the best director and best screenplay awards. Giving her a night to […]

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Joel Edgerton Praises Korea’s Top Film Directors

Joel Edgerton, star of “The Great Gatsby” and “Star Wars,” heaped praise on South Korea’s top film directors Tuesday during a visit to the Busan International Film Festival.Edgerton, Timothee Chalamet and director David Michod are in Busan for a public screening of Michod’s “The King.” They were accompanied by producer Dede Gardner.Edgerton said that ahead […]

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Timothée Chalamet Is ‘The King’ in First Image from Netflix’s Oscar Hopeful

Along with the announcement that the Netflix original film The King will have its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival next month, the streaming service released the first image from the historical drama. Timothée Chalamet stars in this adaptation of the William Shakespeare plays Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2 and Henry V, which […]

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‘The King’ Reigns Over Mixed Weekend of Openers; ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor?’ Expands Robustly: Specialty Box Office

With summer tentpoles in full thrust, specialty distributors are maintaining their seasonal role offering up alternative programming for moviegoers not dazzled by the latest studio blitz.The final full weekend of June included at least a half dozen new limited titles, headlined by Sundance’s The King by Eugene Jarecki, which Oscilloscope opened in two Manhattan locations […]

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Christopher Plummer Crosses ‘Boundaries’; Eugene Jarecki Drives ‘The King’ – Specialty B.O. Preview

Two very different road trip movies are among this weekend’s Specialty theatrical debuts. After its world premiere at SXSW and later festival showings in Seattle as well as Nantucket this weekend, Sony Pictures Classics is opening father-daughter journey, Boundaries by Shana Feste in New York and L.A. Oscilloscope, meanwhile, is bowing doc, The King by […]

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Trailer Round-Up: ‘Down A Dark Hall’, ‘The King’, ‘Dallas and Robo’, ‘Damsel’ and More

You wan’t trailers? You’ve got trailers, baby. Here’s a movie trailer round-up featuring the latest coming attractions you may have missed. And if you didn’t miss them, just pretend you did and watch them anyway. Please, humor me. Below you’ll see trailers for the Uma Thurman film Down A Dark Hall, the documentary The King, […]

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