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‘Coda,’ ‘Zola’ Set For 2021 Sundance London Program

Sundance Film Festival: London has revealed that “Zola” and “Coda” will be among the 2021 lineup, when the festival returns to Picturehouse Central next month.“Coda” — an acronym meaning “Child of Deaf Adults” — features Marlee Matlin (“The West Wing”) and 19-year-old Emilia Jones (“Locke & Key”) navigating their relationship, while “Zola” is based on […]

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Emmy Winning and Oscar Nominated Actor Hal Holbrook is Dead at 95

Emmy winner and Oscar nominee Hal Holbrook, whose acting career spanned more than six decades and included roles in classic films like Wall Street and All The President’s Men and in beloved shows like The West Wing, has died. He was 95. Holbrook, a stalwart character actor who has portrayed everyone from Mark Twain to […]

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Film News Roundup: Mptf Fundraiser Raises $750,000 for Resident Care

In today’s film news roundup, the Mptf raises $750,000; Iatse hires a trio of epidemiologists; “Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets” and “The Flip Side” find homes; and the CAA Moebius screening series goes virtual.Fundraiser GoalThe Motion Picture & Television Fund has met its goal of $750,000 from its May 15 fundraiser event, thanks to matching contributions […]

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Bill Pullman Isn’t Pleased Trump Used His ‘Independence Day’ Speech For A Tweet

There have been plenty of iconic moments from films and TV series featuring a great actor portraying the President of the United States. There’s Martin Sheen in scenes from “The West Wing.” Morgan Freeman is incredible in the underrated “Deep Impact.” And who can forget Harrison Ford’s “Get off my plane!” moment from “Air Force […]

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Elisabeth Moss: ‘The Handmaid’s Tale hasn’t taken a toll, it has helped me’

The Handmaid’s Tale star on doing her own stunts in The Invisible Man, the symbolic power of Offred’s cape – and working with a demanding dogElisabeth Moss, 37, has been nicknamed “the Queen of Peak TV” for her award-winning roles in several of the 21st century’s most acclaimed dramas. She played the president’s daughter Zoey […]

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Alan Alda Tapped for Hamptons Film Festival Honor

Alan Alda will be awarded the Hamptons International Film Festival’s Dick Cavett Artistic Champion Award.The festival established the award in 2017, honoring Cavett himself. The Hiff, now in its 26th year, opens Oct. 4 with Maggie Gyllenhaal’s “The Kindergarten Teacher” and closes Oct. 8.“Alan Alda is one of those now rare actors who in his […]

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