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‘Vita and Virginia’ Trailer: Elizabeth Debicki Is Virginia Woolf in Lesbian Romance

Whether she’s pulling off heists in “Widows” or eerily gaslighting Laura Dern in “The Tale,” Elizabeth Debicki has quickly become one of the most exciting acting talents working today. According to reviews, Debicki’s latest performance as Virginia Woolf is not to be missed, and proves the actress has what it takes — and then some.The […]

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‘Game of Thrones’ and More HBO Hits Are Streaming for Free All Weekend

Instead of celebrating the pillaging and theft of Indigenous peoples’ land this Thanksgiving, why not give thanks for something (at least slightly) less problematic? HBO is streaming all of its programming for free — all weekend long. As part of a Thanksgiving partnership with cable streaming service Xfinity, the premium channel is opening the gates […]

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Inside Content Takes Emma Suárez Starrer ‘Josefina’ (Exclusive)

San Sebastian — Geraldine Gonard’s Inside Content has swooped on “Josefina,” acquiring world sales rights outside Spain and Germany to the Spanish movie project, which has already attached laureled Spanish actress Emma Suárez, star of Pedro Almodovar’s “Julieta,” to play the female lead.One of the five film titles to be put through development at the […]

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The Tale: a key film of the #MeToo era deserves more than NowTV

Jennifer Fox’s devastating memoir, pitching her teenage self’s ‘erotic awakening’ against her adult view of sex abuse should be widely availableFrom film festival sensation to streaming channel content: it’s a swift, cinema-skipping trajectory that more and more outstanding films are taking these days, and one I’ve discussed often in this column. But the downshift in […]

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Oslo Pix returns for second year with three competitions

Event will open with Joern Utkilen’s Norwegian debut feature Lake Over Fire.The second edition of Oslo Pix (June 4-10) will open with Joern Utkilen’s Norwegian debut feature Lake Over Fire and close with Gustav Moller’s Danish festival hit The Guilty.The festival has three competition programmes: Nordic fiction, Nordic documentary and international competition.The international competition is […]

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Berlin-Based One Two Films Unveils International Slate (Exclusive)

Berlin-based One Two Films, co-producer of such recent high-profile works as Jennifer Fox’s “The Tale” and Isabel Coixet’s “The Bookshop,” is set to follow its winning run with a slew of upcoming German and international productions.One Two Films’ Jamila Wenske and Sol Bondy are partnering with Canadian writer-producer Mike MacMillan on two English-language films currently […]

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