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‘Last Film Show,’ ‘No Land’s Man,’ ‘Crescent Night’ to Open Iffsa Toronto – Global Bulletin

FestivalsA trio of global festival favorites — Pan Nalin‘s “Last Film Show,” Mostofa Sarwar Farooki‘s “No Land’s Man” and Gurvinder Singh‘s “Crescent Night” (“Adh Chanani Raat”) — will open the 11th edition of the Bmo International Film Festival of South Asia (Iffsa), Toronto (Aug. 11-21). The festival is in-person at venues across the Greater Toronto […]

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Netflix, ‘The Impossible’ Director J.A. Bayona Wrap Spain Shoot on ‘Society of the Snow,’ an Uplifting Disaster Movie

Spain’s J.A. Bayona, director of “The Impossible” and “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,” is close to wrapping production on the Spanish leg of Netflix’s “Society of the Snow,” (“La sociedad de la nieve”), one of the Spanish-speaking world’s most ambitious upcoming features for 2023.Turning on a 1972 air crash in the Andes that forced its survivors […]

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Rodar y Rodar Boards “The Beast” (Exclusive)

Barcelona-based Rodar y Rodar, producer of Spanish horror titles such as J.A. Bayona’s “The Orphanage” and Oriol Paulo’s “The Body, has thrown its weight behind David Casademunt’s “The Beast,” boarding it as its main producer.“The Beast,” which participated in Filmarket Hub’s 2017 Sitges Pitchbox event as well as Ventana Sur’s 2017 Blood Window, it was […]

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Producer Admits That J.A. Bayona Was First Choice To Helm ‘Jurassic World’ Before Colin Trevorrow

Filmmaker J.A. Bayona is making the leap from moderately-budgeted films to massive blockbusters this summer with the release of “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.” Previously, the director was best known for his films “A Monster Calls,” “The Orphanage,” and “The Impossible,” but now will have a (probable) billion-dollar film under his belt. And in a recent […]

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‘Marrowbone’ Trailer: Anya Taylor-Joy, Charlie Heaton & Mia Goth Discover Something Sinister

Screenwriter Sergio G. Sánchez is ready to step into the spotlight. The pen behind acclaimed films “The Orphanage” and “The Impossible” has rounded up a cast of rising stars for his directorial debut “Marrowbone,” a ghost story that has more a few tricks up its sleeve.Starring George MacKay (“Pride,” “Captain Fantastic“), Anya Taylor-Joy (“The Witch, […]

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