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From ‘Bones and All’ to ‘Rrr,’ It’s Time for the Academy to Get Off Its High Horse

It’s a strange Oscar year. There are fewer usual suspects: critically hailed festival breakouts of serious quality like Todd Field’s “Tar” (Focus Features), Steven Spielberg’s “The Fabelmans” (Universal), Martin McDonagh’s “The Banshees of Inisherin” (Searchlight), and Sarah Polley’s “Women Talking” (United Artists Releasing). These four films are likely to nab multiple nominations, including Best Picture.Other […]

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‘Black Adam’ Rules U.K. Box Office

Warner Bros.’ “Black Adam” made a powerful debut atop the U.K. and Ireland box office with £5.6 million (6.4 million), according to numbers released by Comscore.Disney’s Venice winner “The Banshees Of Inisherin,” starring Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson, had a strong second place debut with £1.6 million.In third position, Sony’s “Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile” collected £1.4 […]

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At Long Last, Specialized Cinema Is Poised for Its Comeback. Right?

If the specialized theatrical market is to make a comeback, it will never get a better opportunity than right now.This month will see a glut of critically embraced theatrical debuts — more than we’ve seen in three years. These include “TÁR” (Focus), “The Banshees of Inisherin” (Searchlight), “Aftersun” (A24), “Triangle of Sadness” (Neon), “Till” (United […]

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‘Triangle of Sadness’ to open Evolution Mallorca (exclusive)

The festival runs October 26 – November 1Ruben Ostlund’s Triangle Of Sadness will open the 11th Evolution Mallorca International Film Festival.The festival has also announced its new Evolution Cinematography Icon award, which this year will be presented to US filmmaker Ed Lachman. The Oscar-nominated cinematographer, whose credits include Carol and Far From Heaven, will be […]

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Love & Anarchy to Open With Tribute to ‘Triangle of Sadness’ Star Charlbi Dean

Finland’s leading film festival Love & Anarchy is ready to celebrate its 35th edition, free of Covid restrictions and finally able to focus on the films and the audience, says executive director Anna Möttölä in Helsinki. But it has been a bittersweet time, marked by the loss of Jean-Luc Godard and Lina Wertmüller back in […]

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‘Triangle of Sadness’ Director Ruben Ostlund Pays Tribute to Charlbi Dean, Says Her Death Is a ‘Shock and a Tragedy’

Swedish director Ruben Ostlund has reacted to the sudden death of Charlbi Dean, the star of his Palme d’Or winning film “Triangle of Sadness.” Ostlund posted an emotional tribute on social media, saying her death was “a shock and a tragedy.”“It is an honor to have gotten to know and work with her. Charlbi had […]

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Ruben Östlund Remembers ‘Triangle of Sadness’ Actress Charlbi Dean: ‘A Shock and a Tragedy’

Director Ruben Östlund shared a tribute to late star Charlbi Dean, who led Palme d’Or winner “Triangle of Sadness.”Dean was confirmed dead on August 30 at age 32 after an unexpected illness took her life at a New York City hospital. Östlund took to Instagram to remember the late model-actress, who is survived by her […]

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Shipwrecks and reality checks: the films setting out to skewer the rich

Wealth, corruption and immorality are under intense scrutiny in a clutch of films being released this autumnAt the end of March 2020, the billionaire David Geffen posted images from the Grenadines of Rising Sun, his 454ft, 400m superyacht, accompanied by a message reassuring the world that he was “avoiding the virus” and “hoping everybody is […]

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Sarajevo 2022 starts with Ruben Ostlund, Sergei Loznitsa honorary awards

Ostlund advocated for cinema over the “individualistic” perspective of phones.Ruben Ostlund advocated for “putting people in their context” through the communal experience of cinema, in opening the 28th Sarajevo Film Festival with his Palme d’Or-winning Triangle Of Sadness.Receiving his honorary Heart of Sarajevo award, Ostlund said, “It’s great to be back here, in a big […]

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Neon’s Elissa Federoff on picking films with “social currency”, moving into production and development

Neon’s head of distribution discusses trends in theatrical at Locarno Pro.Neon head of distribution Elissa Federoff was one of the high-profile guests at the Locarno Film Festival’s industry programme Locarno Pro, delivering a keynote at the StepIn think tank and speaking “in conversation” about original language film distribution in the US.Launched in 2017, independent distributor […]

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