Independent films

State Government. joins the OTT movement with CSpace

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM The state government’s over-the-top (OTT) platform to be launched on November 1 this year will be known as “CSpace”. Announcing the name at a ceremony held at the capital’s Kalabhavan Theater on Wednesday, Cultural Affairs Minister Saji Cherian said the platform aims to secure space as well as revenue …

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UK’s $25m Global Screen Fund extended for three years

After a successful pilot program which has supported over 65 productions, including the Cannes title ‘Enys Men’, the UK Global Screen Fund has been extended until financial year 2024/25. The fund will pay out £21m ($25.7m) over three years to develop new talent, create jobs and target new audiences around …

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Toronto’s Deborah Cox may be world famous, but she hasn’t forgotten about wrestling

Although she is entering the Canadian Music Hall of Fame this weekend as the first black woman inducted due to her impressive international achievements, Deborah Cox humbly remembers the days of relentless turmoil that led to her success. The Toronto-born, three-time Juno award-winning singer and songwriter — best known for …

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Liam Neeson, Ciarán Hinds’ First Look in Ireland on ‘Land of Saints and Sinners’ Set (Exclusive) | News

Filter got first footage from producers Facing East of Liam Neeson and Ciarán Hinds in an action-thriller In the land of saints and sinners that Bleiberg/Dimbort represent for the international sale and will present excerpts at Cannes next week. Robert Lorenz is currently making the film in County Donegal, Ireland, …

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Latest Marvel Movie Kicks Off Summer Blockbuster Season With Massive Debut

It’s the kind of comeback story that Hollywood loves. The big, heavy villain has suffered an unexpected blow (that would be Netflix, which is destroying the paradigm of the film industry and its recent disastrous results). Now an old-school hero – the traditional movie business – has a chance to …

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DocLands is back with cool and eclectic movies – Marin Independent Journal

Two diamonds from the Bay Area movie scene get their chance to shine starting this week. After a two-year absence, the San Francisco Silent Film Festival returns until May 11 with its busy 25th schedule at the Castro Theater. In San Rafael, the sixth DocLands Documentary Film Festival is taking …

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Meg Ryan to Direct and Star Alongside David Duchovny in Romantic Comedy ‘What Happens Later’ – Deadline

Meg Ryan set to direct and star opposite David Duchovny in romantic comedy What happens latera film based on the play by Steven Dietz Shooting star. Bleecker Street has secured the US rights to the title and is planning a theatrical release in 2023 while HanWay Films has embarked on …

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Joanna Barnes death: Star of two Parent Trap films dies aged 87

Joanna Barnes, the veteran actor who starred in both versions of The parent trapdied at the age of 89. The actor died on Friday April 29 at his home in California. Her friend Sally Jackson announced her death, saying she died of “multiple health issues”. Barnes was best known for …

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SFiFF participants compete for over $100,000 thanks to Panavision, Light Iron

Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone received the 2021 Santa Fe Independent Film Festival Lifetime Achievement Award. The festival is partnering with Panavision and Light Iron to award two filmmakers more than $100,000 in prize money for the 2022 festival. (Courtesy of Santa Fe Independent Film Festival) The Santa Fe Independent Film …

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Everything we know about A24’s new romantic thriller

A24 is one of the hottest (and busiest) film studios. Having only recently released the critically acclaimed X and Everything everywhere all at once, the indie entertainment company has even more treats for 2022; these include the horror starring Jessie Buckley Menwhich will be led by Ex-Machina visionary Alex Garland, …

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What to watch at the 5Point Adventure Film Festival

Surprise is one of the key ingredients of the 5Point Adventure Film experience, whether it’s a short film story that opens your eyes to a new corner of the word or a new perspective or a special guest who arrives on scene as the credits begin to roll. You don’t …

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Why Comet is one of the most underrated sci-fi movies of the decade

Although he started out as a niche icon among genre fans, Sam Esmail rose above “underrated” status to become one of the most prominent writers on modern television. Esmail’s groundbreaking show Mister Robot was a provocative, self-contained work that involved his ideas at nearly every stage of production; Esmail wrote …

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Reality Bytes fascinates audiences with movies from different countries

Zohair Khan Reality Bytes is an independent student film festival. The films presented were made by students and came from different countries (Zohair Khan | Northern Star) DeKALB – For the first time in three years, NIU’s independent Reality Bytes student film festival was held in person at 8 p.m. …

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Daniel Radcliffe was almost thrown into everything everywhere at once

Daniel Radcliffe Reveals Everything, Everywhere Directors Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan tried to cast him for the multiverse movie. Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe reveals he was almost cast as Everything everywhere all at once. The sci-fi film follows Chinese-American immigrant Evelyn Wang (Michelle Yeoh) who runs a laundromat with …

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Rickshaw Girl projected at ECU

Rickshaw Girl, directed by Amitabh Reza Chowdhury, screened at the European Independent Film Festival on Sunday, according to a press release. The film was screened in the virtual edition of the European Independent Film Festival, held April 8-10 in Paris, France. The festival will soon open its chapter in Bangladesh. …

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Independent Film Reviews Mr Geek

Mr. Geeky Indie Film Reviews Mr. Geeky Indie Movie Reviews – For A Few Dollars More Mr. Geeky Independent Film Reviews – Spring Independent Film Reviews of Mr. Geeky – Cursed Mr. Geeky Indie Movie Reviews – Gretel and Hansel Mr Geeky critic and blogger brings his passion and his …

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Vietnamese Films Compete at SIFF and IFTS International Film Festivals | culture/arts

A scene in the animated film titled “U Linh Tick Ky: Magic Powder” The 8-minute anime film titled “U Linh Tick Ky: Magic powder” directed by Leo Dinh will compete in the Family Picture Show category while the themed image “Nhung Dua Tre Trong Suong” (Children of the Mist) by …

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AGBO Sets Dates for Second No Sleep ‘Til Film Fest Short Film Competition – Deadline

AGBO today announced that its second annual film competition, No Sleep ’til Film Fest, inviting filmmakers from around the world to make a short film in just 48 hours, will run from April 29 to May 1. The free virtual festival reflects the independent film and TV production company’s ongoing …

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Michelle Materre, champion of black independent film, dies at 67

Michelle Materre, a distributor and educator who promoted the voice of black women in film and released influential independent films from black creators, died March 11 in White Plains, NY. She was 67. A friend, Kathryn Bowser, said the cause was oral cancer. Ms. Materre was an early proponent of …

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Jim Carrey video of actor forcibly kissing Alicia Silverstone resurfaces after criticism from Will Smith

Jim Carrey is being called out for ‘hypocrisy’ after saying Will Smith ‘should have been’ arrested for punching Chris Rock at the Oscars. The actor, 60, slammed Smith following the ceremony, during which Smith took the stage and punched Rock after he made a joke about his wife Jada Pinkett …

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Latest from Will Smith: Chris Rock says he’s ‘still dealing with’ Oscars slap incident at sold-out Boston show

Will Smith bangs Chris Rock at the Oscars This year’s Oscars featured shocks, sighs and surprises – but everyone will care for a slap in the face. The Oscars took place on Sunday night, with films including The power of the dog, West Side Story, Licorice Pizza and Coda battle …

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Film archives are our heritage. They must not be monetized

The importance of film archives has been widely debated around the world since the invention of cinema in the late 19th century. Over the decades, filmmakers and archivists have argued that every country must preserve great works of cinema, especially in celluloid format, and establish exhibition systems where the public …

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Joshua Jackson Net Worth (2022 UPDATE) Career Highlights – Lee Daily

What is Joshua Jackson’s net worth? Joshua Jackson net worth is $12 million and he is a Canadian-American actor. Joshua Jackson became a household name after starring in “Mighty Ducks” before starring in “Dawson’s Creek.” Besides acting in movies and TV shows like “Fringe,” he has a lengthy resume. On …

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New Thrive Color Announces Three Feature Film Collaboration

Matt McClain, founder/colorist of Thrive Color, announces the company’s completion of work on three new feature films: “A Day to Die,” an action film written, directed and produced by Wes Miller, starring Kevin Dillion, Bruce Willis and Frank Grillo; “The Unknown Country”, directed by Morrisa Maltz, starring Lily Gladstone, as …

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“The Batman” topped the box office, but who expected “Jujutsu Kaisen 0” to take second place?

“The Batman” remained at the top of the US box office for the third weekend in a row, while two small releases from independent studios made their way to the upper ranks of the highest-grossing films. What happened: There were no surprises in “The Batman” by AT&T J The Warner …

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Entertainment Company Vault Comics Raises Metallica-Backed Jeff Ubben, UTA, Crush & Black Squirrel Investment | News

MISSOULA, Montana–(BUSINESS WIRE)–March 17, 2022– Vault Comics is thrilled to announce that it has secured an investment led by Jeff Ubben, along with United Talent Agency (UTA), Crush Ventures, Rick Matros and Black Squirrel Partners, backed by Metallica. UTA is one of the world’s leading talent, entertainment and sports companies. …

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Is this the most pirated short film in the world?

Could award-winning Australian-Greek director Kosta Nikas’ narrative short UTOPIA be the most pirated short film in the world? There was a mad rush of netizens to translate and subtitle it into their own language; a phenomenon generally observed for feature films, not for short films! Filmed in 2016 and released …

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These are Elisha Cuthbert’s best performances, ranked

Elisha Cuthbert is a Canadian actress whose career spans the past three decades, beginning with her television debut on Are you scared of the dark? Cuthbert received a lot of recognition for his performance in the teen comedy The girl next door, which landed her more steady work as an …

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Halfway to the 37th Santa Barbara International Film Festival

The 37th Santa Barbara International Film Festival (SBIFF) came to town on Wednesday, March 2. It continues until Saturday, March 12. So far, the general response has been a mix of reunion bliss and mild culture shock. The annual event, a highlight of Santa Barbara’s cultural calendar for decades, last …

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‘Lost Daughter’ wins top prizes at Independent Spirit Awards | national

SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) — Maggie Gyllenhaal’s “The Lost Daughter,” “Drive My Car” and “Summer of Soul” were among the big winners at the 37th Film Independent Spirit Awards on Sunday. The ceremony hosted by Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally took place in a tent near the beach in Santa …

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The curtain falls on the International Independent Short Film Festival

Filmmaker Laboni Ashrafi, third from right, receives the Tareq Shahriar Award for Best Independent Short Film from dignitaries during the closing ceremony of the 16th International Short and Independent Film Festival 2022 at the Academy’s National Theater Hall Shilpakala from Bangladesh on Friday. — Sourav Lasker A Bangladeshi short film …

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Lewis County American Association of University Women to Hold 42nd Annual Book Sale

By The Staff of The Chronicle Marking its 42nd year of providing books to Lewis County residents, the local branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) will be selling gently used books at the Lewis County Mall beginning March 23. The sale will last until March 26 and …

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The Power of the Dog: Veteran actor Sam Elliott calls Jane Campion’s Oscar-nominated film ‘crap’

Sam Elliott gave a scathing review of Jane Campion’s critically acclaimed film The power of the dog on its depiction of cowboys and the Wild West. The veteran actor – whose cinematic heritage is inextricably linked to Westerns – said he considers the film’s portrayal of the American West “personal …

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Klamath Film is seeking entries for the 10th Annual Klamath Independent Film Festival

KLAMATH FALLS, Oregon – Klamath Film, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that promotes filmmaking in the Klamath basin, is now accepting film entries for the 10th annual Klamath Independent Film Festival (KIFF) until June 1. The festival, set to take place September 16-18 at the Ross Ragland Theater in Klamath Falls …

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OUTLANDER’S GRAHAM MCTAVISH SIGNS INDEPENDENT US FEATURE

Provided by Management: Scottish actor Graham McTavish, best known for his work on the Starz series, Outlander, has signed a deal to star in the independent feature film Somewhere in Montana. The Scottish actor is set to star in Somewhere in Montana. It’s going to be something special that I …

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IFC Films’ Arianna Bocco and Nationwide’s Heidi Sirota Join New Cinema Lab Venture

NEWS | CHARACTERISTICS | PREVIEWS | EVENTS originally published: 02/23/2022 (BRADLEY BEACH, NJ) — Arianna Bocco, president of IFC Films, and Heidi Sirota, director of companion animals at Nationwide, have joined Bradley Lab, a subsidiary of the movie theater development and management company, film lab, during their reopening of The …

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All American: Homecoming Cast: Where You’ve Seen The Cast Before

Another day, another spin-off, right? With so many amazing shows receiving spinoffs lately, it can be hard to keep up, like with the To come up Dragon House. lucky for you all american fans, there’s another spin-off to follow now, and it’s All Americans: Homecoming. A fallout, of course, of …

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Jamie Lee Curtis Has Hilarious Reaction To Vintage Halloween 2 Poster

Jamie Lee Curtis hilariously reacts to a vintage Halloween 2 poster, jokingly reflecting on how the movie was released 40 years ago. Jamie Lee Curtis posted a hilarious reaction to a vintage Halloween 2 advertising poster. Curtis first portrayed Laurie Strode in John Carpenter’s classic 1978 horror film, Halloween. Strode …

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Spotlight: Ben Whishaw’s Best Movies and TV Shows

Ben Whishaw is no stranger to our TV screens, and the award-winning actor is no stranger to rave reviews either. His latest role, playing obstetrics doctor Adam Kay in Kay’s memoir of life on an NHS ward – This Is Going to Hurt – saw him praised for his complex …

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First Run Features president was 79 – The Hollywood Reporter

Seymour Wishman, producer and president of New York-based independent distribution company First Run Features, died Jan. 29 at his family home in Bridgewater, Connecticut. He was 79 years old. Wishman’s family confirmed his death to The Hollywood Reporter Monday. A cause of death has not been shared. First Run Features, …

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Harry Styles films a new video clip on a giant bed in front of Buckingham Palace | Entertainment

Harry Styles was spotted filming a music video on a giant bed outside Buckingham Palace. The 28-year-old singer – due to release his third solo album this year – was seen lying on the large movable bed, dressed in polka-dot pajamas and a pink and green scarf, surrounded by women …

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TCM’s Jacqueline Stewart Highlights Black Film History

Film expert Jacqueline Stewart makes a rich contribution to TCM for Black History Month, leading discussions on “Selma” with its star, David Oyelowo and highlighting the work of Oscar Micheaux and other filmmakers pioneers. The result is both festive and stimulating. “Our programming spans from the 1920s to 2014, nearly …

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Best things to do in Dallas from February 9 to February 16 | Dallas Observer

Wednesday February 9 Black History Month at the Henry B. Tippie National Aviation Education Center Did you know there is a Henry B. Tippie National Aviation Education Center (5657 Mariner Drive) located at Dallas Executive Airport? It offers a huge collection of WWII nose art, educational exhibits, and artifact collections. …

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Alec Baldwin Returns To Movies For First Time Since Filming ‘Rust’, Recalls Halyna Hutchins’ ‘Horrible’ Death

Alec Baldwin returned to work on Monday, ending his three-and-a-half-month hiatus since the gruesome filming of “Rust” claimed the life of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins. The actor has documented his travels to the UK. On Monday, he revealed in a video what it’s like to start acting again after stepping away …

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Beginning of the filming of “My haunted story”

GRANITE CITY — Filming has begun on a new docuseries, ‘My Haunted History,’ which begins in the Metro East. Granite City resident Colton Crawford, 32, began filming the show last week at Granite City Hall, followed by the Granite City Public Library, gathering more information about Granite’s history City from …

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Dakota Johnson to Play ‘Madame Web’ in ‘Spider-Man’ Spinoff

Johnson is best known for her work in the “50 Shades” trilogy. The Spider-Verse is expanding. According to The Hollywood Reporter, 50 shades of gray actress Dakota Johnson is in talks to play the lead role in Madame Weba Sony spin-off centered around the “psychic mutant who specializes in predicting …

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Roland Emmerich slams Marvel and Star Wars movies for ‘ruining our industry’

Roland Emmerich criticized DC, Marvel and star wars for “ruining” the film industry in a new interview. the Independence Day the director made the comments while promoting his upcoming sci-fi disaster movie moon fall, slated for release later this month, on Den of Geek. The filmmaker, in the interview published …

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Netflix’s first Arabic film tackles taboos and sparks controversy

A Lebanese father tells his teenage daughter that she is free to choose whether or not to have sex with her boyfriend despite his reservations. An Egyptian woman discreetly removes her lacy black underwear from under her clothes before going out to dinner, and it’s not her husband she’s trying …

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Ranking Every Taika Waititi Movie, Hollywood’s Sexiest Female Director Today

Taika Waititi is a name that has had a lot of success in the industry in recent years. Due to massive hits like the MCU blockbuster Thor: Ragnarok and Oscar winner JoJo Rabbit, he has become a force to be reckoned with in mainstream Hollywood. However, before all that hype, …

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Adam Kersh and Chris Evans launch Fusion Management

Chris Evans and Adam Kersh have launched Fusion Management, an artist-focused management company that will focus on actors, filmmakers and creators. Their initial management roster includes a number of notable clients with a particular focus on freelance multi-hyphenates and authors. The list includes Sean Baker, who won accolades for “Red …

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Interview: Darbuka Siva on first love, the power of cinema and Gautam Menon

Tamil director Darbuka Siva, whose film ‘Mudhal Nee Mudhavam Nee’ started airing on Zee5 this weekend, in freewheeling conversation with The Federal A scene from the Tamil movie ‘Mudhal Nee Mudivum Nee’, a refreshing take on first love landed on Zee5 this weekend We all have our stories about school, …

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“Meeting place for moviegoers”: the Electric cinema in Birmingham reopens | birmingham

In the 112 years since its inception, the Electric Cinema in Birmingham has gone down in cinematic history. When it opened in 1909, it showed silent films with piano accompaniment, newsreels and cartoons in the 1930s, adult films in the 1960s, and blockbusters in the 1980s. But the Covid pandemic …

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Sundance Q&A: ‘Mars One’ Director Gabriel Martins Explains Why Brazilian Independent Filmmakers Are ‘Looking Into A Blank Space’ | Characteristics

Brazilian filmmaker Gabriel Martins makes his solo directorial debut at the Sundance World Cinema Dramatic Competition Entrance march one,. The film follows a lower-middle-class black family living on the outskirts of Belo Horizonte as they reconcile their dreams with the recent election of far-right President Jair Bolsonaro in late 2018. …

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Asians made huge strides at the 2021 Oscars. This group wants to make sure it wasn’t a blip.

At last year’s Oscars, Chloé Zhao became the first woman of color to win Best Director and Youn Yuh-jung became the first South Korean artist to win an Oscar for acting, two landmarks for Asian representation at the Oscars. They were part of a welcome and long overdue increase in …

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10 indie games expected in 2022

It’s understandable that big Triple-A gaming experiences tend to dominate pre-release publicity and hype, but there are plenty of smaller, indie games coming out in 2022 that players should be excited about, too. These games may lack the budget of most major developer releases, but indie games no longer lag …

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Where have we seen the stars of Belfast before?

Caitriona Balfe Instantly recognizable to Outlander fans, Caitríona Balfe plays the time-traveling Claire Fraser in Starz’ historical drama. While traversing periods of history, Claire falls head over heels (literally) in love with rugged highland warrior Jamie Fraser and finds herself embroiled in various hairy situations, including the bloody Jacobite Rising. …

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Megan Fox fans react claiming she and Machine Gun Kelly ‘drank each other’s blood’ after getting engaged

Megan Fox fans are reacting to the actor saying she and Machine Gun Kelly “drank each other’s blood” after getting engaged. Fox shared a video in which the rapper, real name Colson Baker, proposed to the actor under the banyan tree where they started their relationship two years ago. “We …

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“You must have missed that one, right?” “

Jennifer Lawrence is one of the biggest Hollywood stars in the world. She entered the limelight with her Oscar nominated performance in Winter bone. However, critics and the public have not swooned over his plans. Lawrence has publicly stated that she is embarrassed to star in any particular horror movie. …

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Pennsylvania man sets fire to his house, blows up music in driveway

“Beautiful, isn’t it?” “ A man from Pennsylvania decided to make the vacation his own way. And by his own way, we intentionally mean setting his own house on fire. Police have released details of the bizarre incident that occurred on December 3 in Hollidaysburg, Pa. When authorities arrived at …

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Why Chicago Med’s Crockett Looks So Familiar

In the years leading up to his role in “Chicago Med”, Rains appeared in numerous independent feature films: the family fantasy film “AXL” in 2018, “Marjoun and the Flying Scarf” of 2019, “The Romance of 2019” Draupadi Unleashed “and Amazon Prime original” Takes From the Loop “, where he recorded …

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Sundance cancels in-person film festival due to wave of viruses

NEW YORK (AP) – Just two weeks before being held in Park City, Utah, the Sundance Film Festival is canceling its festival in person and reverting to a fully virtual edition due to the current wave of coronavirus. Festival organizers announced on Wednesday that the festival will begin as scheduled …

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Alex Russell shows off ripped abs as SWAT star covers Men’s Health cover

Australian SWAT star Alex Russell shows off ripped abs as he covers the cover of Men’s Health magazine By D. Lawrance for Daily Mail Australia Posted: 05:23 GMT, January 4, 2022 | Update: 05:23 GMT, January 4, 2022 Alex Russell is fast becoming one of Australia’s hardest-working Hollywood exports. And …

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Nicolas Cage says he was “marginalized” by Hollywood

Nacho pajin December 31, 2021 – 8:25 AM The moment Nicolas Cage became an internet sensation coincided, interestingly enough, with the lowest point in his career. It doesn’t matter that he comes from a family as famous as the Coppolas (his aunt and uncle are Talia Shire and Francis Ford …

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Monadnock Ledger-Transcript – YEAR REVIEW 2021: Park Theater opens after years of hard work

Monadnock Ledger-Transcript Posted: 12/29/2021 17:01:50 PM Modified: 12/29/2021 17:01:25 PM After more than a decade of fundraising and planning, Jaffrey’s Park Theater opened in August as a movie theater and performance venue. In the five months since its opening, it has welcomed over 5,000 visitors]to see films and artists. “I …

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A Bright Future: TV and Film Opportunities for Louth Creatives

While various blockages have allowed your creativity to flow over the past few years, 2022 could bring new horizons as talent is sought in Co Louth for new TV and film initiatives across Ireland. Three new free opportunities have been launched for writers, directors and producers in regions by the …

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Diana’s Help: “Fatiguing” Flop Spencer Was “Uncomfortable Watching” | Movies | Entertainment

Diana’s private voice and presence coach Stewart Pearce said the portrayal of the princess in the film was “boring” and failed to capture the true spirit of her royal friend. Pearce admitted that the breathy and stressed way of the dialogue often meant he couldn’t understand parts of the film. …

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Nicole Kidman in Being the Ricardos Shows Biography Actors Don’t Have to Be Lookalikes

Llong before anyone saw a minute of Aaron Sorkin’s new movie Being the Ricardos, the knives were already being sharpened for her star Nicole Kidman. In April, tabloid photos of Kidman on set sparked an immediate reaction. Fans on social media didn’t think she could convincingly play Lucille Ball, the …

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James Velissaris of Finch Fortress Films has been named Associate Producer of upcoming independent film “The Dropout”

Upcoming Independent Feature “The Dropout” Takes the Head of Finch Fortress Films James Velissaris as associate producer. Ex-Files Productions, the feature film production company behind the upcoming independent film “The Dropout”, has announced that Finch Fortress Films founder and CEO James Velissaris will serve as associate producer on the film. …

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Obituary of Andre BENNETT (1936 – 2021) – Toronto, ON

ANDRÉ BENNETT January 24, 1936 – December 14, 2021 After a recent diagnosis of cancer, and surrounded by the love of his family, André passed away peacefully in Toronto at Bridgepoint Hospital. André lived his life with passion and found great joy in solitary and social activities. Under the eyes …

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Vale Jane Alsobrook, Film Director and Distributor

Jane Alsobrook, film director, distributor and marketing ace, died this week at her home in Sedona, Arizona, at the age of 78. She was part of the film distribution scene in Australia for a while and captured the hearts of many with her dazzling smile and keen intelligence. She came …

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The filming of the Beatles Manager movie Midas Man postponed until next year

The film, based on the life of Beatles manager Brian Epstein, will not resume filming until January. man from midas, the next film based on the life of Beatles manager Brian Epstein, was set to resume filming last month. The film tells the story of Epstein’s role in the creative …

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What Sam Worthington has done since the avatar of James Cameron

Sam Worthington rose to fame after starring in the massive sci-fi epic Avatar, but what roles has he played since the film’s release? Sam worthington was positioned to be a big Hollywood star after her lead role in James Cameron Avatar– over a decade later, what has the actor appeared …

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The R * pe affair of French director Luc Besson was dismissed after a judicial investigation!

French director Luc Besson’s R * pe case dismissed after a judicial investigation (Photo credit: Facebook / Luc Besson) A complaint against Luc Besson, the French director of ‘The Fifth Element’ and ‘Lucy’, was dismissed by a Paris judge after a lengthy judicial investigation. A source close to the Paris …

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Where are the Harry Potter stars now ahead of the 20th anniversary reunion?

With the TV special Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: ​​Return to Hogwarts Airing on HBO Max on New Years Day, Potter Fever is back with a vengeance. Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson, the three stars who played Harry, Ron and Hermione, are all ready to share their memories of …

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Keira Knightley recalls sweet but scary encounter with fan

Keira Knightley attends a New York City screening of “The Aftermath” at the Whitby Hotel on March 13, 2019 in New York City. File / AFP The actor starred in the hugely popular 2003 romantic comedy alongside Colin Firth, Hugh Grant, Emma Thompson and Alan Rickman. Speaking to Yahoo Entertainment …

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Glamor everywhere as stars walk the red carpet for the 2021 Bifa Awards

Actor Stephen Graham, Irish star Niamh Algar, Kate Beckinsale and Gugu Mbatha-Raw are among the stars on the red carpet at this year’s British Independent Film Awards (Bifa). This year’s ceremony, to be held in London and hosted by Asim Chaudhry, will see Sir Kenneth Branagh’s film Belfast – based …

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‘Sir. First birthdays at the Showcase – East Greenwich News

Above: Cast and producers of Mr. Birthday on the red carpet. A mix of Rhode Island and Hollywood share the red carpet Chad and Michelle Verdi of East Greenwich have been producing films for a decade now – including Bleed for This (about Vinnie Pazienza) and Martin Scorcese’s The Irishman …

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Teen Film arrives at the Alexandria Film Festival

Dad helps shoot a scene on the river. “The Homework Club”, created by Hallie Crawford, 15, landed a spot at the 2021 Alexandria Film Festival. There were four teenage girls embarking on a school project which turned out to be a small part of what they really learned from each …

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Alexandria Film Festival 2021 extended until December

ALEXANDRIA, VA – The Alexandria Film Festival, a regional showcase of independent films from around the world, has been extended for 15 days, the festival’s executive committee has announced. The 15-day extension is a nod to the festival’s 15th anniversary. Originally scheduled from November 11 to 25, the festival takes …

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Redcar’s Regent Cinema to open in summer 2022

A MAJOR rebuild of Redcar’s seaside Regent Cinema is on time, with early summer proposed as a potential opening date. The £ 9.6million project, funded by the Tees Valley Combined Authority, saw the demolition of the former picture house, deemed unsafe due to deteriorating structure and closed in 2018. Its …

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Watch an independent movie this month at Arthouse

If snow showers or rain accompany the holiday season this year, that won’t mean the cancellation of all Slab Cinema movies. Thanks to its new indoor venue, Arthouse at Blue Star in the former Fl! Ght Gallery, Angela and Rick Martinez will be able to accommodate small crowds for film …

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Entertainment News (11/26/21) – BusinessWorld Online

iQiyi and ABS-CBN seal the partnership twitter.com/dreamscapeph GLOBAL streaming service iQiyi, a pan-Asian content provider beloved around the world, enters into a multi-title content deal with ABS-CBN to produce four original Philippine romantic series for its international subscribers worldwide. The partnership reinforces the two companies’ commitments to bring high-quality, relevant …

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What happened to the original voice cast?

In 1993, Alison Sealy-Smith replaced Iona Morris, who played Storm for the first season of “X-Men: The Animated Series”. Like everyone who auditioned to reprise the role, he was asked to listen to Morris’ performance. Sealy-Smith, although she grew up in Barbados, easily identified that Morris’s reference did not fit …

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These 10 movies destroyed ridiculous amounts of cars

Car chases and vehicle destruction have been a staple of the film industry since the invention of the first cars. All action movie fans love a good car chase, especially if it ends with one or more cars bursting into flames or crashing into buildings. RELATED: 10 Of The Coolest …

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Box Office: “Ghostbusters: Afterlife”, opening estimate of “King Richard”

The sequel to Sony’s supernatural comedy “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” aims to generate $ 30 million in 4,300 theaters on its domestic box office debut. The weekend’s final figure could vary slightly, with the studio predicting a three-day tally of nearly $ 28 million and independent tracking services estimating a start closer …

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“Bones” actor dies in his sleep

KEY POINTS Shanna Moakler says her friend Heath Freeman died in her sleep at her Austin, Texas home ‘Pretty Little Liars’ alum Ashley Benson paid tribute to the late actor on social media Freeman’s death has been confirmed by his manager, but the cause of his death has not been …

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‘Station to Station’ to premiere at Las Vegas International Film and Screenwriting Festival

David Eggers II in ‘Gare à Gare.’ Photo credit: Bryant Zamberlan Group The Las Vegas International Film and Screenwriting Festival (LVIFSF) has announced the world premiere of ‘Station to Station’ – the highly anticipated psychological drama from writer-director Benjamin Bryant – will take place on the festival’s opening night, Tuesday, …

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Launch of the independent Mexican production company TresTresTres Films with the Morbido Lab project ‘Zarzal’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Longtime colleagues and college friends Gabriel Govela (“Dark Rain”), Irma Deschamps (“Champs”) and Juan Carlos Montes have come together to launch TresTresTres Films, a young and fresh independent production house based in Mexico City. The trio are currently participating in the Sanfic Industria Morbido Lab for genre projects with Govela’s …

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Fall Season 2021 Winners – Film Daily

According to a press release, the online seasonal festival brings together emerging and established names in the film industry to compete in various categories and be promoted and screened online. Season winners and official selections may apply to promote and screen films on the Montreal Independent Film Channel throughout the …

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Light Upon Blight scares the music of the film

The Best Video brought home one of his most anticipated annual events on Saturday night: Light Upon Blight live music from a horror movie, and this year’s pick – the 1932 classic. vampire – provided plenty of spooky and surreal imagery to inspire four musicians to create a soundtrack to …

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8 best indie horror movies of the 90s

It’s almost Halloween, which means horror movies are coming to the big screen. However, these films can be made in different ways. While horror can be a big blockbuster project at times, since the genre doesn’t always seem to be the most popular for major studios, many horror films have …

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A dream come true at Dietrich

A dream is now a reality at the Dietrich Theater. Nine years ago Erica and I went to the Lizza studio to find out if Bob could imagine a mural on the blank walls of the Dietrich. Bob immediately responded that he could imagine a trompe l’oeil wall mural, which …

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cow tipping myth | Mental Floss

When it comes to urban legends involving cattle, the cow tilting is perhaps the one that gets milked the most. As these accounts unfold, groups of intoxicated youths sometimes sneak onto farms and sneak past sleepy cows, using brute force to knock them down. It’s unnecessary, cruel, and luckily for …

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