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18 items from 2015


Richard Linklater Teases Boyhood Sequel

23 February 2015 2:47 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Depending on your own personal opinion on last night’s Oscars; either Alejandro González Iñárritu deservedly won both gongs for Best Director and Picture or Richard Linklater was criminally robbed for Boyhood. Thankfully, in spite of only bagging one Oscar all night, Boyhood is still a crucial part of the cinematic canon and its lack of Academy acknowledgement doesn’t automatically zap it out of existence. In fact, the year-long awards trail Linklater has trekked might have even caused the director to contemplate another look at boy-turned-man, Mason.

When the Dazed & Confused helmer turned up for an interview on Jeff Goldsmith’s Q&A Podcast (via The Playlist), he discussed the possibility of another go-around:

“To be honest… this film first met its audience exactly a year ago and for the first six months of the year, my answer to that was absolutely not. This was twelve years, it was »

- Gem Seddon

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Colcoa Unveils Focus on Michel Hazanavicius, Classics Lineup

19 February 2015 3:23 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Paris — The L.A.-based French film festival Colcoa (City of Light, City of Angels) is set to fete Michel Hazanavicious, the Oscar-winning helmer of “The Artist,” during its upcoming 19th edition.

As part of Colcoa’s Focus on Filmmakers’ series, Hazanavicius – who currently has a couple projects in the U.S. — will present his latest film, the Cannes-competition player “The Search,” as well as his 2006 hit comedy “Oss 117, Cairo Nest of Spies” starring Jean Dujardin.  “The Search” starred Berenice Bejo as a Ngo worker who forms a special bond with a young boy in war-torn Chechnya.

Previous Colcoa honorees include Cedric Klapisch, Bertrand Blier, Costa Gavras, Florent Siri, Julie Delpy and Alain Resnais.

Headed by Francois Truffart, Colcoa will also screen the restored version of Wim Wenders’s “Paris Texas,” which celebrates this year its 30th anniversary. The Palme d’Or winning movie will be presented in association with Argos Films and Janus Films. »

- Elsa Keslassy

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Did the 2005 Oscars get it right?

18 February 2015 9:35 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

With the 2015 Oscars coming up this weekend, we go back ten years to see if the 2005 awards still hold up today...

It was during an interview with Mark Kermode that I asked him how long someone really needs to gestate on a film, and come up with a proper review. "About ten years", he said. I get his point. Each awards season, it's about, at best, what feels like the best film right then. Not the one that settles over a period of time, or shows you new things each time you watch it. But the one that you watched once, and affected you once. It's the only way, anyway, I can think of why A Beautiful Mind won a Best Picture Oscar.

This weekend, then, is the Academy Awards once more. And I thought it'd be worth rewinding ten years, to see whether the Academy's choices on February 27th »

- simonbrew

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Oscars: The Parties That Celebrate the Academy Awards

17 February 2015 10:00 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

This Sunday, over 3,000 dolled-up guests will traverse 500 feet of red carpet on their path into the 87th Annual Academy Awards at the Dolby Theatre (where it’ll be hosted for the 14th time). But before they reach for that first glass of Piper-Heidsieck brut during the ritzy Oscar cocktail hour, a series of events, benefits, award shows and gifting suites will properly launch the festivities. Here’s where the industry’s brightest will be primping, prepping, donating and gallivanting in the days leading up to Hollywood’s biggest night.

Today

Icon Mann Industry Panels

Where: L.A. SAG-aftra office, 11 a.m.

Who’s expected: Moderators David P. White of SAG-aftra and the Black List founder Franklin Leonard, plus panelists David Oyelowo, Robi Reed, Charles King and Jeremy Kleiner

Why you don’t want to miss it: Industry vets will examine the evolution of black male characters throughout film history and »

- Jasmin Rosemberg

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“Birdman” Soars Again… wins DGA!

8 February 2015 11:29 AM, PST | Hollywoodnews.com | See recent Hollywoodnews.com news »

The winners of the Directors Guild of America Outstanding Directorial Achievement Awards for 2014 were announced tonight during the 67th Annual DGA Awards at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Los Angeles. Alejandro G. Iñárritu won the DGA’s Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film for Birdman. Actor Jane Lynch hosted the ceremony before an audience of more than 1,600 guests. Presenters included (in alphabetical order): DGA President Paris Barclay; Chadwick Boseman; Pierce Brosnan; Glen Charles; Les Charles; Bradley Cooper; Alfonso Cuarón; Julie Delpy; Jodie Foster; Taraji P. Henson; January Jones; Michael Mann; Lea Michele; Don Mischer; Bill Murray; Katey Sagal; Steven Spielberg; Barbra Streisand; and DGA First Vice President Betty Thomas. BMW is the Exclusive Automotive Sponsor of the 67th Annual DGA Awards. The winners of the 2014 DGA Awards for Outstanding Directorial Achievement are: Outstanding Directorial Achievement In Feature Film Alejandro G. IÑÁRRITU Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue »

- Josh Abraham

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Does ‘Birdman’ DGA Win Mean “Game Over” For Other Oscar Hopefuls?

8 February 2015 2:28 AM, PST | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Yes, Birdman is for real. If there was any lingering doubt that industry awards voters are dead serious about honoring a movie that is about a lot of things but especially about themselves, the DGA’s top honor erased those questions. Now after triumphing at the PGA, winning the SAG Ensemble Cast prize and DGA Directorial Achievement Award for Alejandro G. Inarritu this movie has flown past the competition and left what was thought to be a front runner, Boyhood, in its dust. It’s an important moment for the film as its victory occurred on the very weekend Oscar balloting begins.

The Boyhood momentum was created by critics and pundits based on its sweep through the critics portion of the season where it pulled a Social Network by winning everything right thru the Golden Globes for 2010, only to be trounced by The King’s Speech once the Guild prizes started rolling in. »

- Pete Hammond

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Ethan Hawke is Chet Baker in exclusive photo from Born To Be Blue

5 February 2015 6:00 AM, PST | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

Ethan Hawke has had a pretty great year.

Riding high on the success of Before Midnight – the third installment of the “Before” movies with Julie Delpy and director Richard Linklater – Hawke and Linklater released their other major project, the twelve-years-in-the-making Boyhood, to high critical acclaim. The Dead Poets Society actor is now up for Best Supporting Actor for hisBoyhood role, and just became one of the latest stars to be featured forever in front of the Tcl Chinese Theatre.

Next up? Ethan Hawke will play Chet Baker in the upcoming reimagining of the legendary jazz trumpeter's life, Born to Be Blue. The film will focus on a film production starring Baker that follows the rise and fall of his own career, as well as the love affair with his co-star that saved him after an alleyway beating that left him unable to play. Will love conquer all? We'll have to wait and see. »

- Sasha James

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Ethan Hawke is Born to Be Blue in exclusive photo from Chet Baker biopic

5 February 2015 6:00 AM, PST | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

Ethan Hawke has had a pretty great year.

Riding high on the success of Before Midnight – the third installment of the “Before” movies with Julie Delpy and director Richard Linklater – Hawke and Linklater released their other major project, the twelve-years-in-the-making Boyhood, to high critical acclaim. The Dead Poets Society actor is now up for Best Supporting Actor for hisBoyhood role, and just became one of the latest stars to be featured forever in front of the Tcl Chinese Theatre.

Next up? Ethan Hawke will play the legendary jazz trumpeter Chet Baker in the upcoming biopic, Born to Be Blue. The film will focus on the rise and fall of Baker’s career as well as the 1970s love affair that briefly saved him from his drug-heavy self-destruction.

Carmen Ejogo, who worked on The Purge: Anarchy – the one without Ethan – and Fifty Shades of Grey’s Callum Keith Rennie also star »

- Sasha James

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Oscar Track Records for Previously-Nominated Acting Vets

3 February 2015 7:07 AM, PST | Scott Feinberg | See recent Scott Feinberg news »

By Anjelica Oswald

Managing Editor

The 87th Academy Awards acting race is almost evenly divided between veterans and first-time nominees.

Nine of the 20 nominees in the four acting categories are newcomers — four lead actors (Steve Carell, Michael Keaton, Eddie Redmayne and Benedict Cumberbatch), two lead actresses (Rosamund Pike and Felicity Jones), two supporting actresses (Patricia Arquette and Emma Stone) and one supporting actor (J.K. Simmons).    

As for the 11 veterans, the number of Oscar nominations between them ranges from 19 to one. Four of them have previously taken Oscars home.

Meryl Streep received her 19th nomination this year for her supporting role as The Witch in Disney’s Into the Woods, the film adaptation of James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim’s musical. She holds the record for most acting nominations ever received and is one of six actors to have won three or more Oscars. Streep was first nominated in 1979 for her »

- Anjelica Oswald

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The Definitive Movies of 1995

30 January 2015 8:01 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

10. Waterworld

Directed by: Kevin Reynolds

It could be the flop of all flops. At the time, “Waterworld” was the most expensive film ever made. Starring Kevin Costner, “Waterworld” is a science-fiction/fantasy film taking place roughly 500 years after the polar ice caps melted in the beginning of the 21st century, effectively covering the entire world with water. Dirt has become a commodity and an unknown traveler named “the Mariner” (Costner) is trying to find anywhere to trade his stash. The catch: he’s a mutant, with gills, allowing him to breathe underwater. He is joined by a woman named Helen (Jeannie Tripplehorn) and child named Enola (Tina Majorino) with an elaborate map tattooed on her back. They sail the world and encounter various groups of survivors. They are pursued by a group of evil forces, led by an eye-patched man called “the Deacon” (Dennis Hopper). The special effects are actually pretty impressive, »

- Joshua Gaul

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Flashback: Richard Linklater's Experimental Approach in 1995's 'Before Sunrise' Was Sundance's Real Breakout Hit

27 January 2015 9:10 AM, PST | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Most Richard Linklater fans can tell you which film – and sometimes which scene – ignited their enthusiasm for the director, whether it was 1991’s influential indie Slacker, 1993’s high-school classic Dazed and Confused or 2003’s comedy School of Rock.

But, it all began with Before Sunrise.

Released 20 years ago this week, Before Sunrise boasted fresh-faced actors and a swoon-worthy premise: An American man (Ethan Hawke) meets a French woman (Julie Delpy) on a train, and they spend one magical evening together in Vienna. That alone was enough to attract my 17-year-old self to the theater, as was the case with many of my peers.

News: Julie & Ethan Reunite 'Before Midnight'

The true magic of Before Sunrise, however, lies beyond the picturesque scenery and smitten gazes. Building upon his gift for crafting relatable and engrossing conversation, Linklater’s characters feel fully formed, discussing everything from philosophy and religion to love and their hopes for the future.

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Hot projects on Screenbase

16 January 2015 2:56 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

New films on Screenbase this week include Jamie AdamsBlack Mountain Poets, Valérie Donzelli’s romance Marguerite and Julien, and Julie Delpy’s France-set romcom Lolo.Global Screen’s Ooops! Noah Is Gone…

This animated film focuses on a fictional species which discovers it cannot board Noah’s Ark. While two of them manage to make it, their children fall off the Ark. The kids then have to learn how to live by themselves.

The film is directed by Toby Genkel and Sean McCormack, who previously made a name for themselves with Niko. German sales company Global Screen has sold the animation to eOne, Eagle Pictures, Scanbox and Smile Entertainment.

Crime thriller Kidnapping Mr. Heineken

Daniel Alfredson’s new feature stars Anthony Hopkins, Jim Sturgess and Sam Worthington. The plot—based on real events—takes place in the eighties, when a gang kidnapped beer mogul Freddy Heinecken. The screenplay is based on Peter R. de Vries’ book »

- maud.le-rest@sciencespo-toulouse.net (Maud Le Rest)

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Inside the Critics Choice Movie Awards: 13 Things You Didn’t See on TV

15 January 2015 7:43 PM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

5:16pm

Professional courtesy rules the blue carpet. The Broadcast Film Critics Association invited lots of outlets to cover the 20th annual celebration and left plenty of space for them to do their jobs.

5:20pm

Boyhood” stars Ellar Coltrane and Ethan Hawke speak to “Access Hollywood” and “Entertainment Tonight” side-by-side while rubbing shoulders. They have to shoot in opposite directions to avoid crossing shots of the competing shows.

Also Read: Critics’ Choice Movie Awards Winners: The Complete List

5:32pm

In accepting the non-televised award for Best Sci-fi film, “Interstellar” producer Lynda Obst refers to Anne Hathaway as “Annie. »

- Mikey Glazer

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Wild Bunch unveils French slate

14 January 2015 3:11 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Sales company unveils new films by Donzelli, Sfar, Odoul and Garrel at Paris Rendez-vous.

Wild Bunch will kick off sales on nine new French titles at this year’s Rendez-vous with French Cinema in Paris (Jan 15-19), many of which will be completed in time for a potential Cannes slot, including an incestuous love story by Valérie Donzelli and First World War drama by Damien Odoul.

The company will also show first images of several previously announced productions including Jacques Audiard’s untitled drama revolving around Sri Lankan immigrants in Paris, which it is co-selling with Celluloid Dreams, and Julie Delpy’s France-set romance Lolo, in which she stars as a chic Parisian sophisticate who falls for a geeky It expert played by Dany Boon.

There will also be a promo-reel for Arnaud Desplechin’s My Golden Years (aka Three Memories of Childhood), revisiting the childhood of Paul Dédalus, the protagonist in his 1997 film My Sex Lifewho »

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Wild Bunch Unveils New Films by Donzelli, Sfar, Hadzihalilovic, Jacquet, Garrel

14 January 2015 2:05 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Paris – Playing off often long-term relationships with some of the most talked-about up-and-coming directors in French cinema, Wild Bunch will unveil nine new French productions at this week’s UniFrance Rendez-vous with French Cinema, including pristine titles from Valerie Donzelli (“Declaration of War”), Joann Sfar (“Gainsbourg,” “The Rabbi’s Cat”), Lucile Hadzihalilovic (“Innocence”) and Elie Wajeman (“Aliyah”).

Also sold by Wild Bunch, Patrice Leconte’s comedy “Do Not Disturb” (pictured) opens the UniFrance Rendez-vous.

Wajeman’s new film, “The Anarchists,” will star one of the hottest pairings in French cinema: Tahar Rahim (“A Prophet”) and Adele Exarchopoulos (“Blue is the Warmest Color”).

Also making the cut: New films by Bruno Podalydes (“Park Benches”), Philippe Garrel (“Jealousy”) Luc Jacquet (“March of the Penguins”), the feature debut of actor-turned-director Olivier Loustau, and Damien Odoul (“Le souffle,” “The Story of Richard O.”).

Amping up its French film slate to 12-13 titles, a large »

- John Hopewell and Elsa Keslassy

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Team 'Boyhood' parties into the night as Oscar voting draws to a close

8 January 2015 1:10 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Los Angeles — With the deadline for voting looming and with phase two of the Oscar season — where Academy-targeted events have been disallowed — on the horizon, the "Boyhood" crew celebrated the film's DVD/Blu-ray release Wednesday night at a swanky Chateau Marmont soiree. Richard Linklater, Patricia Arquette, Ethan Hawke and Ellar Coltrane, among others, worked the room at the outdoor party — which was hosted by Diane Keaton, Frank Marshall, Jack Black, Julie Delpy, Jon Hamm and Sean Daniel — over a four-hour stretch. Champagne flowed, smoked salmon was passed around on little cucumber slices, the usual, as a bevy of rank-and-file Academy members mingled about. And it's a nice bit of timing. With Oscar campaign hands being tied for phase two as noted, an event like this is about as close to the cut-off as you can get. Today is the last day of voting for nominations. I ended up finding an »

- Kristopher Tapley

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Top 100 Most Anticipated Foreign Films of 2015: (Picks 200-101)

5 January 2015 7:00 AM, PST | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

They didn’t make our final Top 100 cut, but here is a list of foreign film titles that are on our radar for 2015. We being with…

200. Remember – Dir. Atom Egoyan

199. Suffragette – Dir. Sarah Gavron

198. Kills on Wheels – Dir. Attila Till

197. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: The Green Legend – Dir. Yuen Woo-ping

196. The Go-Between – Dir. Pete Travis

195. Peur de Rien Dir. Danielle Arbid

194. Regular Boy – Dir. Michele Civetta

193. Flaskepost – Dir. Nikolaj Arcel

192. The Lady in the Van – Dir. Nicolas Hytner

191. Zoom – Dir. Pedro Morelli

190. Away from the Sea – Dir. Imanol Uribe

189. Tulip Fever – Dir. Justin Chadwick

188. Ulrike’s Brain – Dir. Bruce La Bruce

187. Tsunami – Dir. Jacques Deschamps

186. And Your Sister? – Dir. Marion Vernoux

185. There Was Las Vegas – Dir. Alexandre Castas

184. Prejudice – Dir. Antoine Cuypers

183. Stepne – Dir. Maryna Vroda

182. Irreplaceable – Dir. Olivier Masset-Depasse

181. Histoire de Judas Iscariot – Dir. Rabah Ameur-Zaimeche

180. The First, the Last – Dir. Bouli Lanners

179. Selection Officielle – Dir. Jacques Richard

178. Desierto – Dir. »

- Nicholas Bell

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Top 100 Most Anticipated Foreign Films of 2015: An Introduction

5 January 2015 6:00 AM, PST | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

In an effort to explain the criteria used to create our list of Top 100 Most Anticipated Foreign Films of 2015, we must first explain what we consider to be foreign. We’ve included film projects that are in the English language, either from foreign auteurs making their first foray into Anglo-Saxon territory, or those that already speak it, such as Australians, Canadians, and our friends from the United Kingdom. But we’ve also included projects that are international co-productions, films being funded through sources outside of the United States, all technically foreign bodies within the American film industry.

With the love of subtitles ever on a seemingly increased decline, we wanted to devote a complete list to these ‘foreign’ entities, titles often untethered or uninterested in discernable ‘entertainment’ value. A quick glance at our menu will show a distinct leaning toward French auteurs, given that they have a very provocative and healthy domestic film industry. »

- Nicholas Bell

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