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  • Swiss Fests Pact on ‘Connect to Reality’ Initiative to Boost Local Film Industry
    by nvivarelli on May 26, 2017 at 2:19 pm

    The Locarno, Zurich, and Geneva Tous Écrans festivals have joined forces to launch a collective initiative and think tank called Connect to Reality meant to help Swiss industry professionals analyse specific challenges they face in film development, production and distribution. The new initiative marks a rare case of the three events joining forces, in an... Read more » […]

  • Cannes: Michel Hazanavicius’ Dramedy ‘Redoubtable’ Lands at Cohen Media
    by Dave McNary on May 26, 2017 at 2:14 pm

    Cohen Media Group has bought the North American rights to Michel Hazanavicius’ dramedy “Redoubtable” following its premiere in competition at the Cannes Film Festival. The movie centers on iconic French director Jean-Luc Godard and the drama surrounding the shooting of his controversial 1967 film, “Le Chinoise,” which starred his then-wife, Anne Wiazemsky, and foreshadowed the global student... Read more » […]

  • Trying To Wring Entertainment Out Of A Quagmire In 'War Machine'
    by Scott Tobias on May 26, 2017 at 2:08 pm

    War Machine, a Netflix production based on a book about the drawn-out U.S. military operations in Afghanistan, suffers from a one-note Brad Pitt performance and a frustrating lack of focus. […]

  • Youthful Protest Gets Serious In 'Joshua: Teenager vs. Superpower'
    by Mark Jenkins on May 26, 2017 at 2:07 pm

    Joshua: Teenager vs. Superpower tells the story of the Occupy Central movement in Hong Kong in 2014. Led by then-teenager Joshua Wong, it ended with a pizza party, but provoked plenty of response. […]

  • Cannes: Oscilloscope Buys Pyrotechnic Documentary ‘Brimstone and Glory’
    by Dave McNary on May 26, 2017 at 2:00 pm

    Oscilloscope has bought North American rights to Viktor Jakovleski’s documentary “Brimstone & Glory” for release later this year. The film focuses on the National Pyrotechnic Festival in Tultepec, Mexico, a 10-day celebration of San Juan de Dios, patron saint of firework makers. Artisans show off their technical virtuosity and dozens of teams build larger-than-life papier-mâché... Read more » […]

  • Leonardo DiCaprio, David Beckham, Will Smith Steal the Show at Cannes amfAR Gala
    by Ramin Setoodeh on May 26, 2017 at 1:39 pm

    Leo and David! Leo and David! Everybody was trying to get near this year’s power duo at the Cannes amfAR gala. At around 8 p.m., at the Hotel du Cap in Antibes, the world’s biggest movie star was chatting with the famous soccer player, as bodyguards flicked away photographers. Leonardo DiCaprio looked animated, using his fingers... Read more » […]

  • Pop Culture Happy Hour: 'Alien: Covenant' And 'Veep'
    by Linda Holmes on May 26, 2017 at 1:22 pm

    Alien fan Chris Klimek joins us to talk about the newest entry in the decades-old franchise, and we check in with the fast-talking, faster-swearing people of HBO's Veep. […]

  • Cannes: Naomi Kawase’s ‘Radiance,’ Tom Volf’s ‘Maria by Callas’ Sell in Major Markets (EXCLUSIVE)
    by elskes on May 26, 2017 at 1:20 pm

    Ahead of its world premiere in competition at the Cannes Film Festival, Japanese film master Naomi Kawase’s “Radiance” has already found a home in major markets across the world. Represented by MK2 Films, “Radiance” marks Kawase’s fifth Cannes competition title. The film centers on the blossoming romance between a photographer (Masatoshi Nagase), who is slowly losing... Read more » […]

  • Cannes Film Review: ‘L’amant double’
    by Peter Debruge on May 26, 2017 at 1:07 pm

    It practically goes without saying that the French have different standards when it comes to kink. For example, when “50 Shades of Grey” opened overseas, the French barely raised an eyebrow, giving the tawdry sado-maso potboiler a light “forbidden to children under 12” rating, which meant that even young teens could see it. Superior in... Read more » […]

  • Lil Yachty’s Photographer Talks ‘Teenage Emotions’ Cover, Which Includes Gay Couple Kissing
    by Jem Aswad on May 26, 2017 at 1:00 pm

    An album cover being proclaimed as “groundbreaking” is a rarity in today’s musical landscape. But when Lil Yachty unveiled the artwork for his major label debut “Teenage Emotions” — which is released today (May 26) on Quality Control/Motown/Capitol Records — it was met with that adjective. The cover photograph shows the rapper flashing his rainbow grills while... Read more » […]

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