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Exclusive: Judy Wood, an immigration attorney based in Los Angeles, who argued what became a landmark case in changing the laws of asylum for women into the U.S., will be the subject of a new biopic from the team behind Return to Zero which garnered an Emmy nomination for Minnie Driver in 2014 and a WGA nom for its writer. The same writer/director, Sean Hanish and filmmaking team of Paul Jaconi-Biery and Kelly Kahl are collaborating again on this new film, which they have… »
Each month, several films and TV shows leave Showtime’s streaming catalogue. We provide a list of titles leaving the platform, along with a selection of titles that may interest you. For more comprehensive coverage of the best titles streaming via Showtime and beyond, check out Vulture’s Streaming Hub, which is updated throughout the month.I can spend my whole life: Good Will Hunting (1997) My personal theory is that Good Will Hunting is the Man Without a Country of streaming titles (it’s been on and off Netflix, HBO, and even Amazon recently) — it’s always a solid addition to a catalogue, but it swears allegiance to no single service. Anyway, Good Will Hunting is leaving Showtime's streaming offerings this February, so drop in to hang out with Matt, Ben, Robin Williams, and Minnie Driver before you find it at its next port of call. Driver, especially, deserves more »
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Move will avoid clash with Sheffield Doc/Fest and Edinburgh.
Sundance Film Festival: London has brought its 2016 dates forward by a week to avoid clashes in the UK’s busy festival event calendar in June.
The UK offshoot of the Sundance Film Festival was due to return for its fourth edition on June 10-12, meaning it would run at the same time as Sheffield Doc/Fest (June 10-15) and end three days before Edinburgh International Film Festival got underway (June 15-26).
But to avoid this, the dates have been moved to June 2-5. As previously announced, the festival will move from the O2 arena in east London, which hosted the first three edition from 2012 in 2014 in a late-April slot, to the recently launched Picturehouse Central near London’s Leicester Square.
Clare Binns, director of programming and acquisitions at Picturehouse, said: “Picturehouse and Sundance Institute have taken the decision to adjust our 2016 dates in order to find the »
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The opening monologue for last night’s SNL with guest host, Adam Driver, was lackluster. It included a joke that confused Driver with Minnie Driver and Bobby Moynihan dressed up as Star Wars character. The monologue was intended for Driver to spill spoiler alerts to the audience watching, but generally fell flat. Two French Women Hijack America’s […]
- Crystal Smith
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