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9 items from 2016

Sundance: Michael Shannon’s ‘Frank and Lola’ Bought by Universal

29 January 2016 7:24 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Universal has acquired most of the rights for $2 million for the drama “Frank And Lola,” starring Imogen Poots and Michael Shannon, following its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival.

Justin Long, Michael Nyqvist, Emmanuelle Devos and Rosanna Arquette also star. The film is the directorial debut of Matthew Ross, a former consultant on “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and managing editor of Filmmaker magazine.

The story follows the love affair between a Las Vegas chef and a promising fashion designer that is badly derailed when the woman’s past and present demons resurface. Nyqvist portrays a man from Lola’s past.

The film is described as a psychosexual noir love story set in Las Vegas and Paris about love, obsession, sex, betrayal, revenge and ultimately the search for redemption.

Producers are Parts & Labor’s Jay Van Hoy and Lars Knudsen, Lola PicturesChris Ramirez, John Baker and Killer FilmsChristine Vachon and David Hinojosa. »

- Dave McNary

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Frank & Lola | 2016 Sundance Film Festival Review

29 January 2016 6:00 PM, PST | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

A Lover I Don’t Have to Love: Ross’ Debut Explores Troubled Romance

Notions of monogamy and ownership hover on the troubling periphery of Matthew Ross’ debut Frank & Lola, a toxic psychological drama depicted exclusively from a masculine perspective. Its title would suggest an attempt at equal rendering of its titular characters, but Lola, along with any other female characters, remain wrapped (or perhaps warped) in mystery, their motivations and ideals manipulated by the desire or fear of the men in their lives. Despite failing the Bechdel Test, it’s another impressive psychological performance enhanced from the master of intensity, Michael Shannon, while Ross dances around predictability with an ambience promising a darker potential. Although the film ultimately doesn’t satisfy as either a thriller or a relationship drama, it’s an interesting exploration of gender roles, a refracted odyssey of slut shaming stigma set specifically against the transient excess »

- Nicholas Bell

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Universal Lands ‘Frank And Lola’ For $2M+ – Sundance

29 January 2016 4:58 PM, PST | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Exclusive: One of the last Sundance Film Festival buzz titles has come off the board. Universal has made a deal for most of the world for a minimum guarantee north of $2 million for Frank And Lola, the Matthew M. Ross-directed drama that stars Imogen Poots, Michael Shannon, Justin Long, Michael Nyqvist, Emmanuelle Devos and Rosanna Arquette. The film is a psycho-sexual noir love story set in Las Vegas and Paris about love, obsession, sex, betrayal, revenge and ultimately… »

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Elizabeth Banks, Lena Dunham & Rosanna Arquette Attend Sex, Politics & Film Cocktail Reception At Sundance

25 January 2016 2:21 PM, PST | Uinterview | See recent Uinterview news »

Lena Dunham and Planned Parenthood hosted the Sex, Politics & Film Cocktail Reception at the Sundance Film Festival that was attended by the likes of Elizabeth Banks and Rosanna Arquette. Sex, Politics & Film At Sundance Banks jetted into Park City, Utah on Sunday ahead of the Planned Parenthood event. An outspoken supporter of reproductive […]

The post Elizabeth Banks, Lena Dunham & Rosanna Arquette Attend Sex, Politics & Film Cocktail Reception At Sundance appeared first on uInterview. »

- Chelsea Regan

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Lovesong | 2016 Sundance Film Festival Review

25 January 2016 1:00 PM, PST | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

Her Best Friend’s Wedding: Kim’s Poetic Exploration of Muted Desire

Indie auteur So Yong Kim continues in English with her fourth narrative feature, Lovesong, a road-trip film which turns into a moving, understated portrait of muted desire. This is Kim’s first film since 2012’s For Ellen, which was the director’s first English language feature and first narrative focused on a male protagonist. But what strikingly unites all of her films are each of their idiosyncratic ways of featuring isolated, lonely humans grappling with disenchantment, usually through some sort of awkward transitional phase, a temporary limbo where goals and dreams lie just outside their grasp. Her latest is no exception in this regard, and features recurring motifs Kim seems fascinated by, namely precocious children involuntarily puttered about in the lives of their malcontented parents. But the focus here is on the carefully moderated relationship of its two leads, »

- Nicholas Bell

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Sundance Film Review: ‘Lovesong’

25 January 2016 12:40 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Conceived in the same delicate minor key as her earlier films (“In Between Days,” “Treeless Mountain” and “For Ellen”), So Yong Kim’s fourth feature dances nervously but gracefully around a love that not only dares not speak its name, but can barely even figure itself out. Anchored by Riley Keough’s lovely, wistful performance as a mom in her 20s who gets back in touch with an old childhood bestie (a sharp Jena Malone), “Lovesong” makes a virtue of restraint as it traces a complex emotional history in two parts, and innumerable (and sometimes quite literal) shades of gray. The result may not significantly broaden the audience for Kim’s subdued, perceptive work but nevertheless stands as her most accessible feature to date, and deserves a listen from discerning arthouse distributors.

Recently seen in a very different role as Capable, the aptly named, ginger-haired female escapee in “Mad Max: Fury Road, »

- Justin Chang

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Watch: First Clip From ‘Frank & Lola’ Starring Michael Shannon & Imogen Poots, Debuting At Sundance

23 January 2016 11:56 AM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

A movie starring Michael Shannon and Imogen Poots? I don't really need to know anything else to have my ticket sold for "Frank & Lola." But for those who might need a little more push to investigate what the film is all about, the first clip has landed in advance of its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival. Read More: New Projects For Michael Shannon, Lena Dunham, Plus First Look At Miles Teller In 'Bleed For This' Co-starring Michael Nyqvist, Justin Long, Emmanuelle Devos, and Rosanna Arquette, the directorial debut my Matthew Ross follows a Las Vegas chef who falls into a relationship with an enigmatic young woman. Here's the official synopsis:  Frank is a brooding, staunch Las Vegas chef who always focused his energy into his culinary talents—until he meets Lola, a young and beautiful enigma. Together, Frank and Lola build an intense relationship that saves each other from their mutual despair. »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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Mongrel International in tune with 'Lovesong'

18 January 2016 6:32 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Charlotte Mickie and her team have come on board to represent international sales on Sundance regular So Yong Kim’s Us Dramatic Competition entry ahead of its world premiere in Park City.

Lovesong will debut on Monday and stars Jena Malone, Riley Keough and Rosanna Arquette. Autumn Productions and Gamechanger Films produced in association with Monofonus Press

The film follows Sarah, a neglected wife, who embarks on a road trip with her daughter and her best friend Mindy, only to have a dramatic falling out with her friend.

Three years later Sarah is forced to come to terms with her feelings for Mindy in the run-up to her friend’s wedding.  

The cast includes Brooklyn Decker, Amy Seimetz, Marshall Chapman and Ryan Eggold.

Cassian Elwes of Elevated Film Sales and Kevin Iwashina of Preferred Content jointly represent North America.

Kim wrote Lovesong with her partner Bradley Rust Gray and has produced Gray’s features Jack And Diane and The Exploding Girl »

- jeremykay67@gmail.com (Jeremy Kay)

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BFI Review – Pulp Fiction (1994)

17 January 2016 8:35 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Pulp Fiction, 1994.

Directed by Quentin Tarantino.

Starring Samuel L. Jackson, John Travolta, Bruce Willis, Uma Thurman, Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth and Rosanna Arquette.


Three stories play out in expert fashion in La, with drugs, money and guns all at play in Quentin Tarantino’s incredible second film.

It truly is a testament to Pulp Fiction how it remains a timeless joy to watch on every viewing, over twenty years after it’s 1994 release. That definitive shot of Travolta and Jackson, two guns raised, is the iconic image Banksy decided to parody, replacing guns with bananas. The soundtrack, stuffed with songs eternally attached to Tarantino’s second film, include the standout ‘Pulp Fiction’ track, Miserlou. “Royale with cheese”, “Ezekial 25:7”, “Zed’s Dead Baby, Zed’s Dead” – endlessly quotable lines, reinforcing how poetic and punchy Tarantino’s writing can be. It’s laid back sloucher’s, donning dressing gowns and »

- Simon Columb

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