John Hopewell

Advertisment

Mass Hypnosis Screenings Planned for 2022 Göteborg Film Festival

Having isolated a film enthusiast on a North Sea lighthouse island in 2021, this year’s Göteborg Film Festival, Scandinavia’s biggest movie-TV event, looks set to stage another bold metaphor for film consumption,...

Beatles’ Movies Producer Denis O’Dell Dies at 98

Denis O’Dell, a producer on two Beatles’ movies as well as “How I Won the War,” “Robin and Marian” and “Heaven’s Gate,” died Dec. 30 from natural causes in Almería, Spain at...

France, Spain Post 47%, 45% Box Office Gains in 2021

Galvanised in part by spectacular late-year figures for “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” box office surged this year 47.2% and 45% in France and Spain respectively in comparison to 2020, Comscore announced Thursday....

Lucia Puenzo’s ‘Señorita 89’ Gets First Teaser Trailer as Pantaya Announces U.S. Premiere Date

One of the most anticipated of series from Latin America in 2022, Lucía Puenzo’s “Señorita 89” will premiere in the U.S. on Feb. 27, bowing on Spanish-language streaming service Pantaya which has...

Paul Presburger, Producer Matt Walden on One of Pantelion’s Big Swings for 2022: ‘La Usurpadora, the Musical’

Until Pantelion Films unleashed “Instructions Not Included” in the U.S., grossing $44.47 million there in 2013, no other distributor had really cracked the Latino market. Over the next eight years, Pantelion has...

‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Star Monica Barbaro Set for Paramount Plus’ ‘At Midnight’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Mónica Barbaro (“Top Gun: Maverick,” “Unreal”) has been cast opposite Mexican star Diego Boneta as the female-lead in Boneta’s film “At Midnight,” one of Paramount Plus’ banner upcoming Latin American originals produced...

‘High Life’ Director Claire Denis Talks in Panama About Shooting ‘The Stars at Noon’

In Panama to shoot “The Stars at Noon,” French auteur Claire Denis (“Beau Travail,” “High Life”) spoke at an IFF Panama fest panel about shooting the film in Panama and her hallmark...

‘Spencer’ Director Pablo Larraín Endorses Chilean Oscar Entry ‘White on White’ (EXCLUSIVE)

“Spencer” director Pablo Larraín has thrown his weight behind Chilean Oscar entry “White on White” (“Blanco en Blanco”), hailing it as a “really interesting, strange and highly violent film.” “White on White”...

John Hopewell

Advertisment