Hulu Takes U.S. Rights to German Series 'Bad Banks'

Hulu has picked up U.S. rights to German TV series Bad Banks. Paula Beer (Frantz) stars in the first six-episode season as an ambitious banker trying to survive in the macho cut-throat world of high ...

Hope and Glory

Where Were You in ’42? If you were little Johnnie Boorman in 1940, you might have been squatting in dank bomb shelter with your Mum and sisters, waiting out an air raid alert. Writer-director ...

Federation Entertainment Sells ‘Bad Banks’ Across Europe, U.K., Australia (Exclusive)

Federation Entertainment has scored a raft of sales on “Bad Banks,” a six-part thriller written by Oliver Kienle (“Stronger Than Blood”) in the run up to its premiere at the Berlinale Series. Set in ...

Jean-Marc Barr and Mateo Gil Join Miami Film Festival 2018 Marquee Lineup

Miami Dade College’s (Mdc) Miami Film Festival (Mff) is importing film artists Jean-Marc Barr and Mateo Gil to accompany two Marquee events at the international festival’s upcoming 35th anniversary ...

Jean-Marc Barr and Mateo Gil Join Miami Film Festival 2018 Marquee Lineup

Miami Dade College’s (Mdc) Miami Film Festival (Mff) is importing film artists Jean-Marc Barr and Mateo Gil to accompany two Marquee events at the international festival’s upcoming 35th anniversary ...

Tommy Lee Jones to Head Tokyo Festival Jury

Tommy Lee Jones to Head Tokyo Festival Jury Veteran American actor, Tommy Lee Jones will head the competition jury at next month’s Tokyo International Film Festival. The 30th edition of the festival will run Oct. 25 – Nov. 3 in venues across ...

Sarajevo: Turkish Filmmaker Semih Kaplanoğlu on the Dystopian Human Condition of ‘Grain’

Sarajevo: Turkish Filmmaker Semih Kaplanoğlu on the Dystopian Human Condition of ‘Grain’ Turkish filmmaker Semih Kaplanoğlu[/link], who won the Golden Bear in Berlin for his 2010 film “Honey,” opens the Sarajevo Film Festival with the world premiere of “Grain.” The contemplative sci-fi ...

Turkey’s Newest: ‘Grain’ in Competition at Sarajevo Film Festival

Turkey’s Newest: ‘Grain’ in Competition at Sarajevo Film Festival Academy Nominated and Berlin Golden Bear Winner (Bal/ Honey), Director Semih Kaplanoğlu’s new feature, Grain (Isa: The Match Factory), starring Cristina Flutur, Jean-Marc Barr and Ermin Bravo will ...

Cannes Film Review: ‘After the War’

Italy’s “years of lead,” when the leftist Red Brigade and their right-wing counterparts instituted an unprecedented reign of terror, remain a sensitive subject for a nation more likely to nostalgize ...

Movie Review – UK18 (2017)

UK18, 2017. Directed by Andrew Tiernan. Starring Shona McWilliams, Ian Hart, Jean-Marc Barr, Jack Roth, Tim Bentinck, and Jason Williamson. Synopsis: A documentary film-maker suspects she is being ...

Watch the trailer for dystopian thriller UK18

Keeps on Burning Films has released a poster and trailer for its low-budget independent dystopian thriller UK18, which is directed by Andrew Tiernan and features a cast that includes Shona McWilliams, ...

Lily Collins Joins New Anthony Lucero Movie Based On ‘The Clown’

Lily Collins Joins New Anthony Lucero Movie Based On ‘The Clown’ Exclusive: Lily Collins has joined the cast of Anthony Lucero’s next movie, which is based on his long poem The Clown. Set against the backdrop of a small traveling circus, the pic centers on a ...

Jodorowsky actor to debut film at new co-pro event

Jodorowsky actor directorial debut to be presented at new co-production event; Reygadas curates for Filmfest Hamburg. Argentinian actor Leandro Taub’s directorial debut The Dream of the Guest and ...

Sky | 2015 Tiff Review

It’s the Limit: Berthaud Escapes into the Great Well Known Actress turned director Fabienne Berthaud reunites with her favored on-screen counterpart Diane Kruger for her third feature, Sky. Following ...

Ten Best: Deep Sea Thrillers

To mark the release of deep sea thriller Pressure, out now on DVD/download starring Danny Huston, Matthew Goode, Joe Cole, Alan McKenna and Daisy Lowe, we take a look at the best deep sea thrillers of ...

Film Review: ‘The Magic Mountain’

Film Review: ‘The Magic Mountain’ Couched as a dialogue between Adam Jacek Winkler (1937-2002), a Polish expat and Don Quixote-like figure who fought with the mujahideen in Afghanistan against the Soviets, and his daughter Anna, the ...

10 Rising French Talents to Watch!

The Cannes Film festival was an exceptional edition for French films this year. A focus on the rising generation of French actors and directors that have been highlighted in Cannes and will most ...

Luc Besson’s The Big Blue and Nikita get Blu-ray steelbooks

Two of director Luc Besson’s most acclaimed films are getting the Blu-ray steelbook treatment over at UK web-based distributor Zavvi, with both Nikita and The Big Blue set for release this month with ...

Deneuve is César Award Record-Tier; Stewart Among Rare Anglophone Nominees in Last Four Decades

Catherine Deneuve: César Award Besst Actress Record-Tier (photo: Catherine Deneuve in 'In the Courtyard / Dans la cour') (See previous post: "Kristen Stewart and Catherine Deneuve Make César Award ...

Dirty Weekend | VOD Review

Boiler Plate Weekend: Granier-Deferre’s Familiar, Forgettable Getaway Inappropriate lovers contending with a criminal while trapped in an isolated locale is hardly an original premise on its own and ...

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