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Film Acquisition Rundown: Focus Buys ‘The Little Stranger,’ Oscilloscope Picks Up ‘Brimstone & Glory’ and More

26 May 2017 9:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Keep up with the wild and wooly world of indie film acquisitions with our weekly Rundown of everything that’s been picked up around the globe. Check out last week’s Rundown here.

Focus Features has acquired the worldwide rights to “The Little Stranger,” excluding the U.K., France and Switzerland, where it will be distributed by Pathé. Academy Award nominee Lenny Abrahamson (“Room”) will direct the film, a chilling ghost story, which will begin production in the U.K. this summer for release in 2018. “The Little Stranger” will star Academy Award nominee Charlotte Rampling, Domhnall Gleeson, Ruth Wilson and Will Poulter. Lucinda Coxon, who wrote the screenplay adaptation of Focus’ “The Danish Girl,” has adapted “The Little Stranger” from Sarah Waters’ acclaimed 2009 novel of the same name.

In a remote English village after the close of World War II, a local practitioner, Dr. Faraday (Gleeson), is called to the »

- Graham Winfrey

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Samuel Goldwyn Nabs Tribeca Drama ‘Thirst Street’; Bruce ‘McLaren’ Racing Biopic Finishes At Gunpowder & Sky

19 May 2017 3:43 PM, PDT | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Samuel Goldwyn Films has acquired the North American distribution rights to Nathan Silver’s Tribeca film Thirst Street, starring Lindsay Burdge, Damien Bonnard, and narrated by Oscar-winner Anjelica Huston. The company is planning to release the pic sometime this year. Co-written by Silver and C. Mason Wells, the film follows grief-stricken American flight attendant Gina (Burdge) on a layover in Paris, where she hooks up with nightclub bartender Jerome (Bonnard). As Gina… »

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Cannes: Lindsay Burdge’s Comic Drama ‘Thirst Street’ Lands at Samuel Goldwyn

19 May 2017 3:24 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Samuel Goldwyn Films has bought North American rights to Nathan Silver’s dark comedy “Thirst Street,” starring Lindsay Burdge (“A Teacher”) and Damien Bonnard (“Staying Vertical”).

The film, narrated by Anjelica Huston, is directed by Silver from a script he co-wrote with C. Mason Wells. The Paris-set tale of romantic obsession had its world premiere last month at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival and is set for release later this year.

The deal was announced Friday at the Cannes Film Festival. Burdge portrays a grief-stricken American flight attendant on a layover in Paris, where she hooks up with nightclub bartender, played by Bonnard. As she falls deeper into lust and opts to stay in France, his ex reenters the picture, sending the flight attendant on a downward spiral of miscommunication, masochism, and madness.

Variety first reported on the project a year ago at Cannes. Producers are Louise Bellicaud and Claire Charles-Gervais »

- Dave McNary

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Film Festival Roundup: BAMcinemaFest Unveils Full Slate, Siff Picks Lineup, Laff Announces Opener and More

4 May 2017 3:31 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Keep up with the always-hopping film festival world with our weekly Film Festival Roundup column. Check out last week’s Roundup right here.

Lineup Announcements

– BAMcinématek has announced the full lineup for the ninth annual BAMcinemaFest (Jun 14 – 25, 2017), which features 24 New York premieres, one North American premiere, and two world premieres. Opening the festival on Wednesday, June 14 is the New York premiere of Aaron Katz’s “Gemini.” This year’s Closing Night selection is the New York premiere of Brooklyn filmmaker Alex Ross Perry’s fifth feature, “Golden Exits.”

Other highlights include “En el Séptimo Día,” “A Ghost Story,” “Landline,” and “Whose Streets.” Check out the full lineup here.

– The Greenwich International Film Festival is proud to announce the full film slate and programming for the 3rd annual festival running June 1 – 4, 2017 in Greenwich, Connecticut.

“Bending the Arc,” a documentary about the extraordinary team of doctors and activists whose work thirty years »

- Kate Erbland

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In Defense of Tribeca: Closing Notes from the 2017 Film Festival

4 May 2017 7:50 AM, PDT | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

For AhkeemEstablished in 2002, the Tribeca Film Festival has had a bit of trouble defining itself during the course of its 15-year run. It lacks the grit and quirk of SXSW or the finesse of Sundance, but like the latter, it serves a springboard with its own lab for first time directors. Tribeca's ambitious programming has evolved to encompass much more than movies. A Virtual Reality sidebar is innovative and conveniently forward-looking, the television slate, chock full of hotly anticipated premieres, is opportunely adaptive, and the Talks section is fascinating in its pairings, both expected (Noah Baumbach and Dustin Hoffman, whose work together will be showcased at Cannes) and funkily improbable (Barbra Streisand and Robert Rodriguez). There's even a curation of interactive media in the Games section.While the festival is often unfairly maligned, there are many decent offerings, including spillover from the international film festival circuit and a premieres of some more well-known titles, »

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'The Big Sick', 'Young Karl Marx' to bookend Seattle International Film Festival

3 May 2017 10:45 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Anjelica Huston will receive an honorary award from the festival.

The Seattle International Film Festival (Siff) has announced its complete lineup of films, guests, and events for its 43rd annual edition.

This year, Siff will screen 400 films from 80 countries and will including 161 features (plus 4 secret films), 58 documentaries, 14 archival films, and 163 shorts. 

The lineup includes 36 world premieres (14 features, 22 shorts), 34 North American premieres (22 features, 12 shorts), and 20 Us premieres (11 features, 19 shorts).

The opening night screening will be Michael Showalter’s The Big Sick from Amazon Studios, while Raoul Peck’s The Young Karl Marx [pictured] will close this year’s festival.

The Big Sick is based on the beginning of co-writers Kumail Nanjiani and his wife Emily V. Gordon’s relationship; the pair also star. The Young Karl Marx follows the titular figure and his wife in exile in Europe, where they meet a man who provides them with the final piece needed for the foundation of Marxist theory.

Highlights from the »

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Seattle Film Festival Program Includes ‘Landline,’ ‘The Young Karl Marx’

3 May 2017 9:00 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

The 43rd annual Seattle International Film Festival has announced its full lineup, which includes Gillian Robespierre’s “Landline” as the centerpiece gala screening, starring Jenny Slate and Finn Fittrock.

As previously announced, the opening night gala will kick off with Amazon Studios’ “The Big Sick.” Raoul Peck’s “The Young Karl Marx” will close this year’s festival.

“This year’s robust line-up includes a wide variety of programs ranging from heartfelt features from comedy favorites to thought-provoking documentaries, as well as once in a lifetime conversations with Hollywood legends,” interim artistic director Beth Barrett said in a statement.

The largest and most well-attended festival in the United States, Siff will screen 400 films representing 80 countries: 161 features (plus four secret films), 58 documentaries, 14 archival films, and 163 shorts. The 25-day festival is expected to draw about 150,000 filmgoers.

Other films featured include “The Little Hours” starring Aubrey Plaza and Alison Brie; Catherine Bainbridge’s »

- Sarah Ahern

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Memo to Distributors: Buy These 2017 Tribeca Film Festival Movies

1 May 2017 3:33 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The 2017 Tribeca Film Festival has come and gone, but several of its highlights face an uncertain future. While the festival opened with an iTunes-ready documentary about Clive Davis and closed with back-to-back screenings of the first two “Godfather” films, many of the films in its competition sections arrived at the festival without distribution deals and ended it in the same state. Here’s at a few significant titles from this year’s edition that deserve to get picked up.


Overachieving multi-hyphenate Quinn Shephard was just 20 when she wrote, directed, produced, edited and starred in her feature directorial debut, a modern spin on Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible,” set in the witch hunt capital of contemporary America: the suburban high school. While Shephard cast herself as the film’s Abigail Williams — an outcast with secrets to spare who gets entangled with a smoldering substitute teacher, played by Chris Messina — the »

- David Ehrlich, Eric Kohn, Jude Dry and Kate Erbland

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Tribeca 2017: Thirst Street

1 May 2017 7:00 AM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Indefatigable Jason Adams with another review from Tribeca!

For anyone who's ever felt like the most pathetic poke in the cabbage patch I give you Thirst Street, a hyper-fevered ode to our most self-destructive urges. Narrated by Anjelica Huston!

You think you're bad, refreshing your oblivious self-assigned amour's Facebook feed ten times a day? Wait til you catch a load of Gina (played by a madly committed Lindsay Burdge), the flight attendant fleeing her barely-cold ex's corpse to stalk a one-night stand with all the force of a category four...  »

- JA

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Film Festival Roundup: Sundance London Announces Full Lineup, Israel Film Center Festival Unveils Annual Slate and More

27 April 2017 12:32 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Keep up with the always-hopping film festival world with our weekly Film Festival Roundup column. Check out last week’s Roundup right here.

Lineup Announcements

– Exclusive: Jcc Manhattan’s 5th Annual Israel Film Center Festival announced its complete line-up of feature films from acclaimed Israeli filmmakers. The festival, which highlights Israel’s latest groundbreaking cinema and also features conversations among industry creative, runs June 8 – 13, 2017 with two pre-festival previews on May 21, and May 23, at Jcc Manhattan, 334 Amsterdam Avenue at 76th Street.

Highlights of this year’s film line-up include the New York premieres of Meni Yaish’s “Our Father,” Erez Tadmor’s “Home Port,” Roee Florentin’s “Mr. Predictable,” and a special preview of “Aida’s Secrets,” set to open in theaters in the fall. Most films included in this year’s slate are New York premieres.

This year’s festival includes popular films coming out of Israel’s industry. “Most »

- Kate Erbland

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Anjelica Huston to Be Honored at Seattle Film Fest

25 April 2017 12:01 PM, PDT | Women and Hollywood | See recent Women and Hollywood news »

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Anjelica Huston is set to add another trophy to her mantle. The Seattle International Film Festival (Siff) has announced that the Oscar winner has been chosen as the 2017 recipient of their Career Achievement in Acting Award. The 43rd installment of the fest will also host the world premiere of Huston’s latest film, “Trouble,” written and directed by Theresa Rebeck.

Spanning over 50 years, Huston’s career includes three Academy Award nominations and one win. She received nods for “The Grifters,” “Enemies: A Love Story,” and “Prizzi’s Honor,” and won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for the latter. “Transparent” and “Smash” are among her recent credits.

“It is an honor to welcome such a talented, exquisite, and tenacious actress to this year’s festival,” said Sarah Wilke, Siff’s Executive Director. “Anjelica Huston has graced the theater screen for many years and we at Siff are elated to celebrate her success as an artist with our Career Achievement in Acting Award.”

Trouble” reunites Huston with “Smash” creator Rebeck. Huston and Bill Pullman play a feuding brother and sister whose bad blood affects an old friend.

Huston will receive her award at a tribute event June 7. The evening will kick off with an on-stage interview with Huston, followed by a screening of “Trouble.” Prior to the tribute, two of Huston’s other films will play at the fest: “The Grifters” and “The Witches.”

Siff runs from May 18-June 11. Up next for Huston is “Watcher in the Woods,” an upcoming original Lifetime movie directed by “Sabrina the Teenage Witch’s” Melissa Joan Hart. The re-imagining of the 1980 cult classic horror film sees Huston playing the mother a girl who disappeared in the English countryside.

Anjelica Huston to Be Honored at Seattle Film Fest was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »

- Laura Berger

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Seattle festival to honour Anjelica Huston

25 April 2017 11:58 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

June 7 event features on-stage interview, screening of new film, Trouble.

The Seattle International Film Festival (Siff) will honour Anjelica Huston with the Career Achievement In Acting Award at this year’s 43rd edition.

The event will take place on June 7 at the Siff Cinema Egyptian and begin with an on-stage interview with Huston, followed by be the world premiere of her new film Trouble.

Huston reunites with director Theresa Rebeck after they collaborated on the 2012 NBC series Smash.

Trouble also stars Bill Pullman and tells of a feuding brother and sister whose differences entangle the fate of an old friend, played by David Morse. Julia Stiles, Jim Parrack, Brian d’Arcy James, and Victor Williams also star.

Huston serves as executive producer and Rebeck, Rachel Dengiz, Julie Buck, and Jaclyn Bashoff are producers. Wme Global represents North American rights while Gpm handles international rights.

In addition to the tribute event and screening, Siff will present »

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Anjelica Huston to Be Honored at Seattle International Film Festival

25 April 2017 9:05 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Academy Award-winning actress Anjelica Huston will be honored with the Career Achievement In Acting Award at the 43rd annual Seattle International Film Festival (Siff), the fest announced this morning.

The tribute event will take place on June 7, prior to a screening of her new movie, “Trouble,” written and directed by renowned playwright and two-time Emmy nominee Theresa Rebeck. Huston also serves as an executive producer on “Trouble,” which casts her and Bill Pullman as feuding siblings.

In addition to “Trouble,” the festival will be screening two of Huston’s films from 1990, “The Grifters” and “The Witches.” More information and tickets are available at the festival’s website, http://www.siff.net.

Huston was born into a film dynasty that includes her father, director John Huston, and her grandfather, actor Walter Huston. She won an Oscar for her role in 1985’s “Prizzi’s Honor,” directed by her father, and was nominated »

- Jenelle Riley

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Wes Anderson’s Manly Men

20 April 2017 10:51 AM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

In search of male desire in a twee world.

Here’s a thesis: with the singular exception of his animated adventure story, Fantastic Mr. Fox, the movies of Wes Anderson are fundamentally about nice, fiery desire. But while a number of his movies explore this through the conventional terrain of the heterosexual relationship and its discontents — The Royal Tenenbaums and Moonrise Kingdom come to mind — others explore more curious expressions of desire, leaving Anderson’s plain and plaintive ladies behind. Shared aesthetic characteristics, from the constantly reprised Cornell boxes to the carefully referenced dead Eastern European novelists, are subject of much ruthless discussion among Anderson acolytes. And, considering Anderson’s diligent cooperation with turning a collection of essays and interviews into a $35 coffee table book, that seems to be the dissection that Anderson embraces. But what are those other, male-centric movies actually about? Most critics, when forced to give something like a serious and meaningful answer, will »

- Andrew Karpan

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Isa of the Day: Shoreline Becomes Latin American Talent & Literary Manager

19 April 2017 10:53 PM, PDT | Sydney's Buzz | See recent Sydney's Buzz news »

Isa of the day is a continuing series of profiles of very special international sales agents. Shoreline Entertainment, one of the longest running independent film production companies and international sales agencies, has expanded its management arm to foster Latin American and women driven projects. You can see its Cannes lineup here.

The company was founded in 1992 by CEO and film producer Morris Ruskin whose production “Glengarry Glen Ross” launched him into the top level of indie producers. Shoreline’s Latin American Division for Management and Production is meeting with great success in repping over 25 directors, writers, actors, DPs and more.

Two interviews here, one with Alex Flores, the head of the division and the other with Diana Elizabeth Torres, a California based actress and writer illuminate their strategy and mission.

Alex and Morris’s friendship dates back 20 years, and their professional relationship flourished with films “Marilyn Hotchkiss’ Ballroom Dancing & Charm School” starring Robert Carlyle, »

- Sydney Levine

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4 Must-Watch Films If You’re About to Graduate College and Feel Lost as F*ck

31 March 2017 5:52 AM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

A cinematic guide to confronting postgrad malaise.Fox Searchlight Pictures

It’s getting to be that time of year where if you listen closely, you can hear millions of parents asking soon-to-be graduates about their plans for the future. Transitioning out of an academic setting can be tricky. And with it comes a very specific kind of funk; a strange and aimless limbo aggravated by the dreaded…so — now what?

I’ve heard that millennials are adult babies and back in the day dinosaurs walked uphill both ways and payed for their entire tuition with the quarters they earned selling lemonade during the summer. Which is to say: the financial and social pressures shouldered by recent graduates are very real existential threats. Thankfully, small comfort though it may be, the disenchanted former student has more than a few cinematic role models to choose from. The postgrad film, older sibling to the high school coming-of-age-movie, concerns »

- Meg Shields

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Women-Directed Features “Polina” and “The Drowning” Acquired

29 March 2017 12:32 PM, PDT | Women and Hollywood | See recent Women and Hollywood news »

The Drowning”: Paladin

Two new women-directed films have found homes. Deadline reports that Oscilloscope Laboratories snagged the North American rights to Valérie Müller and Angelin Preljocaj’s “Polina,” a ballet drama starring Juliette Binoche (“The Clouds of Sils Maria”), and Paladin and Electric Entertainment have acquired the rights to Bette Gordon’s psychological thriller “The Drowning,” led by Julia Stiles (“Bourne” franchise) and Josh Charles (“The Good Wife”).

“Polina” made its world premiere at the 2016 Venice Film Festival. Penned by Müller (“Le monde de Fred”), the French film “centers on Polina (Anastasia Shevtsova), a promising classical ballet dancer who is just about to join the prestigious Bolshoi Ballet when she discovers contemporary dance, a revelation that throws everything into question,” Deadline writes. After moving to France to work with a famous choreographer Liria Elsaj (Binoche), Polina is confronted by the fact that “determination and hard work don’t always lead to success.” The co-director of the film, Preljocaj, is a dancer and choreographer herself. Everybody’s on Deck’s Gaëlle Bayssière and Didier Creste produced the project.

Binoche has signed on to writer-director Mia Hansen-Løve’s follow-up to “Things to Come,” “Maya.” The film centers on a French war reporter (Roman Kolinka, “Eden”) dealing with the trauma of having been taken hostage in Syria. The Oscar winner’s next feature, “Ghost in the Shell,” hits theaters March 31. Scarlett Johansson stars as a cyborg in the big-budget sci-fi story.

The Drowning” debuted at the 2016 Warsaw Film Festival and opened the Los Angeles Women’s International Film Festival earlier this month. The film follows “a forensic psychologist (Charles) who is haunted by his expert witness testimony that sent a young boy to prison for a chilling murder. When the boy later reappears in his life, he is drawn into a destructive, soul-searching reinvestigation of the case,” the source summarizes. “Elizabeth Kling, Subi Liang, Ho-Cheung Pang exec produced and Radium Cheung, Daniel L. Blanc, Jamin O’Brien are producers.”

Gordon’s directing credits include “Handsome Harry,” “Luminous Motion,” and “Variety.” Next up for Stiles is “Smash” creator Theresa Rebeck’s “Trouble,” an indie comedy about feuding siblings played by Anjelica Huston and Bill Pullman.

Women-Directed Features “Polina” and “The Drowning” Acquired was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »

- Laura Berger

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Melissa Joan Hart to Direct Anjelica Huston in Lifetime Movie

22 March 2017 2:02 PM, PDT | Women and Hollywood | See recent Women and Hollywood news »

Anjelica Huston in “Smash”: Eric Leibowitz /NBC

Sabrina the Teenage Witch and Anjelica Huston are joining forces to make some magic at Lifetime. Melissa Joan Hart will direct the Oscar winner in “Watcher in the Woods,” an upcoming original movie for the network. Variety reports that Huston will topline the re-imagining of the 1980 cult classic horror film.

Huston plays “Mrs. Alywood, the distraught mother whose daughter vanished in the English countryside over 20 years ago. When Jan Carstairs (Tallulah Evans) and her family move into the idyllic Alywood manor for the summer, the family is warned against entering the surrounding woods, but Jan and her little sister Ellie (Dixie Egerickx) hear voices coming from the forest,” Variety summarizes. “As Jan unravels the dark past hidden by the townspeople, she delves further into the mystery and deeper into danger, but now it might be too late to escape.”

In addition to her directing duties, Hart is executive producing “Watcher in the Woods” along with Paula Hart, her mother. The “God’s Not Dead 2” actress has previously helmed episodes of “Sabrina, the Teenage Witch,” in which she starred from 1996–2003, her comedy series “Melissa & Joey,” and “Santa Con,” a 2014 Lifetime movie about a con man who is forced to accept a job as a department store Santa.

Huston won an Academy Award in 1986 for “Prizzi’s Honor.” “Transparent” and “Smash” are among her recent credits.

A premiere date for “Watcher in the Woods” hasn’t been announced yet. Lifetime did, however, reveal when to expect Kyra Sedgwick’s directorial debut, “Story of a Girl.” The coming-of-age story based on Sara Zarr’s Ya novel will air on the network July 23.

Melissa Joan Hart to Direct Anjelica Huston in Lifetime Movie was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »

- Laura Berger

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Lifetime Sets Anjelica Huston Movie Directed by Melissa Joan Hart, Cat Deeley Reality Series

21 March 2017 1:25 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

With upfront season now beginning in earnest, Lifetime has unveiled its upcoming programming slate, which includes a new original movie starring Anjelica Huston and directed by Melissa Joan Hart, a reality series from “So You Think You Can Dance” host Cat Deeley, and the previously announced movie about the water crisis in Flint, Mich., starring Cher.

The network has also set dates for some of its upcoming films: “Michael Jackson: Searching for Neverland,” based on the book “Remember the Time: Protecting Michael Jackson in His Final Days” and told through the eyes of Jackson’s body guards, will bow on May 29.  “Menendez: Blood Brothers,” about the Menendez brothers, will premiere June 10. Kyra Sedgwick’s directorial debut “Story of a Girl,” based on Sara Zarr’s Ya book of the same name, is set to air July 23.

As for the new projects, a complete breakdown lies below:

Anjelica Huston will star in director Melissa Joan Hart’s »

- Oriana Schwindt

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'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Alum Yolanda Hadid Lands New Reality Show

21 March 2017 1:08 PM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Yolanda Hadid has booked her first post-Real Housewives of Beverly Hills gig.

The 53-year-old former model and reality star will lead a new Lifetime unscripted series about teen models, tentatively titled Model Moms, the cable network announced Tuesday.

Related: Yolanda Hadid Gushes Over Gigi and Bella's Victoria's Secret Fashion Show Moment

On Model Moms, Yolanda and her modeling expertise will be front and center as she coaches aspiring teen models to succeed on and off the catwalk. Yolanda and a team of experts will put the girls and their “momagers” through an eight-week training program, focused on the physical, mental and emotional wellness that it takes to build a brand.

The models will be competing for a $5,000 weekly prize to put toward their future careers, with the lone girl left standing winning a management contract with Yolanda’s company and the possibility of being represented by Img Models, which represents Yolanda’s children, daughters Gigi and »

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