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IFC Films Sets U.S. Release Date for Cannes Breakout ‘Corsage’ (EXCLUSIVE)

IFC Films has set the U.S. release date for “Corsage,” whose star Vicky Krieps won the best performance prize in the Un Certain Regard section of the Cannes Film Festival. Marie Kreutzer’s...

Kilian Riedhof Dives into the Underworld of Grief With ‘You Will Not Have My Hate’

In Christoph Willibald Gluck’s opera “Orpheus and Eurydice,” Orpheus must travel to the underworld to reunite with his dead wife, Eurydice. To do so, he must placate the Furies, the goddesses of...

Global Television Comes of Age

Television’s new international identity was confirmed on both sides of the camera with this year’s Emmy noms. Actors, writers, helmers, producers and below-the-line talent from outside the U.S. have all emerged as...

Beata Parkanová in Production With Czech-Slovak Film ‘Tiny Lights’

Czech director-writer Beata Parkanová is in production with Czech-Slovak feature “Tiny Lights,” about a summer’s day in the life of six-year-old Amálka that captures a moment of transformation and loss, but also...

John Woo Develops Historical Drama ‘Dean Lung’ (EXCLUSIVE)

“Hard Boiled” director John Woo is developing a historical drama about Chinese American Dean Lung — the valet of Oakland’s first mayor Horace Walpole Carpentier — whose donation helped found Columbia University’s...

‘A Perfect Day for Caribou,’ Starring Charlie Plummer, Debuts Trailer, Ahead of Locarno Premiere (EXCLUSIVE)

“A Perfect Day for Caribou,” which stars “Lean on Pete’s” Charlie Plummer, has debuted its trailer, ahead of its world premiere in Locarno Film Festival’s Concorso Cineasti del Presente. In Jeff Rutherford’s...

‘Blonde’ Author Joyce Carol Oates Gives Two Thumbs Up to Andrew Dominik’s Movie Adaptation, Starring Ana de Armas

On Sept. 23, the long-awaited Andrew Dominik-directed adaptation of Joyce Carol Oates’ bestseller “Blonde,” about the desperate life of Norma Jeane Baker, performing as Marilyn Monroe, will be released on Netflix, and...

Alexander Dubček Documentary Readied by Robert Kirchhoff – Central and Eastern European News in Brief

Slovak director Robert Kirchhoff is in postproduction with his documentary “All Men Become Brothers,” which follows the life of Czechoslovak politician Alexander Dubček (1921-1992), Film New Europe reports. Dubček was leader of...

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