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Following last week's announcements of the Competition and Spotlight, Park City at Midnight, Next <=> and New Frontier lineups, the Sundance Film Festival, running January 19 through 29, has just announced the lineups for its out-of-competition Premieres and Documentary Premieres sections. Straight from today's release:
A showcase of some of the most highly anticipated dramatic films of the coming year from new and established directors. Presented by Entertainment Weekly. Each is a world premiere.
2 Days in New York / France (Director: Julie Delpy, Screenwriters: Julie Delpy, Alexia Landeau) — Marion has broken up with Jack and now lives in New York with their child. A visit from her family, the different cultural background of her new boyfriend, her sister’s ex-boyfriend, and her upcoming photo exhibition make for an explosive mix. Cast: Julie Delpy, Chris Rock, Albert Delpy, Alexia Landeau, Alex Nahon. Image above.
Arbitrage / U.S.A. (Director and screenwriter: Nicholas Jarecki) — A »
Just about every film at Sundance is a world premiere. So why is there a "Premieres" section, and how is it different than the Competition or the Spotlight or the New Frontiers or the Next or...okay, I think that's all of them. Sundance describes Premieres as "a showcase of some of the most highly anticipated dramatic films of the coming year from new and established directors" and Documentary Premieres as "about big subjects or by master filmmakers that showcase the power of the form."
Basically, what it really means is here's where you find the attention-grabbers at Sundance. These are the big honking movies, the movies featuring Hollywood directors and talent coming down from their Valhalla of craft services and video village to get their hands dirty with the independents. These are the movies that have the biggest red carpets and the majority of the press coverage (see this post).
True to form, »
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Christie Brinkley has vowed to settle her $500,000 plus tax debt by Wednesday (Dec 7, 2011), insisting she regrets not paying closer attention to her finances. The one-time supermodel owes the cash to the U.S. government and she was hit with a tax lien from America's Internal Revenue Service (IRS) earlier this month (Dec11). But she insists the tax man will get his cash. Brinkley tells TMZ.com, "I was surprised to learn of the tax lien filing and took immediate steps to rectify this matter. I discovered the tax lien was the result of an error. My taxes will be paid in full by Wednesday, December 7th and I expect the tax lien to be released immediately thereafter. "I regret not paying more attention to my accounting." © WENN »
The Sundance Film Festival (apart from Venice) remains the only major film festival that we have not yet had a chance to fully cover. Hopefully 2012 will change that situation. It is one of our goals for next year and so you should be seeing a lot of Sundance posts for the next two or so months.
Sundance has just announced their Feature and Documentary Premieres for next months line-up and it of course includes notable stand-outs including Spike Lee‘s latest Red Hook Summer, Stephen Frears‘ Lay the Favourite, Josh Radnor‘s sophomore effort, Liberal Arts with Elizabeth Olson and Joe Berlinger‘s latest documentary on Paul Simon. In other words, if you are lucky enough to attend the festival, now is the time to get even more excited.
Here’s the full list of feature and documentary premieres at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival:
A showcase of some of »
Hit with a hefty tax lien, Christie Brinkley will repay the $531000. in back taxes this week. The Associated Press reports that Christie Brinkley responded to the press via a statement regarding the initial news reports of her tax trouble. Brinkley, 57, claims she was distracted taking care of her parents, and not paying attention to what her tax accountants were doing. Brinkley said the amount owed was a "result of an error" and pledges it will be paid in full by Wednesday. The 57-year-old Brinkley appeared in Broadway this year playing Roxie Hart in the musical "Chicago." »
- April MacIntyre
Christie Brinkley has vowed to settle her $500,000 (£312,500) tax debt by Wednesday, insisting she regrets not paying closer attention to her finances.
The one-time supermodel owes the cash to the U.S. government and she was hit with a tax lien from America's Internal Revenue Service (IRS) earlier this month.
But she insists the tax man will get his cash.
Brinkley tells TMZ.com, "I was surprised to learn of the tax lien filing and took immediate steps to rectify this matter. I discovered the tax lien was the result of an error. My taxes will be paid in full by Wednesday, December 7th and I expect the tax lien to be released immediately thereafter.
"I regret not paying more attention to my accounting." »
The 2012 Sundance Film Festival just announced their premieres line-up, and continuing on with our first look at the films being showcased we’ve got a group of documentaries. After the jump you’ll find images and synopses for About Face, Bones Brigade: An Autobiography, The D-Word: Understanding Dyslexia, and Ethel. The 2012 Sundance Film Festival runs from January 19 – 29th. About Face / U.S.A. (Director: Timothy Greenfield-Sanders) An exploration of beauty and aging through the stories of the original supermodels. Participants including Isabella Rossellini, Christie Brinkley, Beverly Johnson, Carmen Dell'Orefice, Paulina Porizkova, Jerry Hall and Christy Turlington weigh in on the fashion industry and how they reassess and redefine their own sense of beauty as their careers progress. Bones Brigade: An Autobiography / U.S.A. (Director: Stacy Peralta) When six teenage boys came together as a skateboarding team in the 1980s, they reinvented not only their chosen sport but themselves too »
- Adam Chitwood
West Of Memphis/Credit: Olivia Hamel
Special Event with Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s hitRECord on Jan. 26
Sundance Institute announced today the films selected to screen in the out-of-competition Premieres and Documentary Premieres sections of the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. The Festival will be held January 19 through 29 in Park City, Salt Lake City, Ogden and Sundance, Utah. The complete list of films is available at www.sundance.org/festival.
John Cooper, Director of the Sundance Film Festival, said, “The fact that most of the Premieres have been produced completely independently further underscores the resourcefulness and tenacity of filmmakers in this climate. That drive and entrepreneurial spirit has pushed narrative and documentary filmmakers alike to create rich stories which will entertain and inspire audiences at the festival and in the year to come.”
Trevor Groth, Director of Programming for the Sundance Film Festival, said, “Featuring one of the most influential directors of all time »
- Michelle McCue
Christie Brinkley vows to repay the IRS the $500k she owes in back taxes by Wednesday -- telling TMZ, "I regret not paying more attention to my accounting."Brinkley -- who's worth a frickin' fortune thanks to modeling, infomercials, endorsements and real estate -- was hit with a tax bill to the tune of $531,720 back in November.Now, the supermodel tells us, "I was surprised to learn of the tax lien filing and took immediate steps to rectify this matter. »
- TMZ Staff
As potentially exciting as the in competition  and out of competition  films that will play the 2012 Sundance Film Festival are, the fact is most people haven't heard of them yet. The Premiere category, though, that's where the big movies are. Or, at least, the movies with the big names. This year's line up with is no exception with stand-outs including Spike Lee's latest Red Hook Summer, Stephen Frears' gambling film Lay the Favorite with Bruce Willis, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Rebecca Hall, Josh Radnor's sophomore effort, Liberal Arts with Elizabeth Olson and Joe Berlinger's latest documentary focusing on Paul Simon. Plus there are films with Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon, Kirsten Dunst, Elijah Wood, Parker Posey, Cillian Murphy, Sigourney Weaver, Robert De Niro, Bradley Cooper, Jeremy Irons, Dennis Quaid, Olivia Wilde and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Read about them all below. Here's the full list of feature and documentary premieres »
- Germain Lussier
Following the two initial line-up announcements for Sundance Film Festival 2012, we have the slate for their premiere section. These are usually the top-class of recognizable names in the indie world, whereas the rest of the line-up is gear more for discovery. Some of the big titles include Spike Lee‘s Red Hook Summer, Julie Delpy‘s 2 Days in New York, Kirsten Dunst‘s drama/comedy Bachelorette, as well as Josh Radnor‘s Happythankyoumoreplease follow-up Liberal Arts and the next film from the director of Buried; two films from directors who made initial splashes at Sundance. I’m also greatly looking forward to the next film from Man on Wire and Project Nim director James Marsh, which stars Clive Owen, as well as a new film from Stephen Frears. Check out the full list below.
A showcase of some of the most highly anticipated dramatic films of the coming year from new and established directors. »
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Getty Images The marquee of the Egyptian Theater announces the Sundance Film Festival.
The films will open in the fest’s out of competition Premieres section and feature A-list heavy casts that include the likes of Bruce Willis, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Chris Rock. Such films are perfect for Sundance’s out-of-competition screenings, which help draw attention to the festival »
- Michelle Kung
Christie Brinkley’s $30 million home by the beach has been hit with a $531,720 tax lien, according to court papers. Her net worth is still in good shape, a source believes the beautiful model may be the victim of an accounting error. A source close to the Sports Illustrated star, now 57, told the Us media that Brinkley’s finances were in good condition. “Christie’s accounts are in great shape. This must have been some kind of accounting screw-up,” said the source. The 11-bed, nine-bath estate was bought by the model/actress and her ex-husband, the architect Peter Cook. Brinkley has been trying to sell the home since 2008 - a near impossibility with the tax bill looming. The impressive Victorian mansion sits on 20 acres of pristine beachside property in the exclusive Hamptons coastline in New York. It was completely restored in 1998 with the garden landscaped into layered stone terraces. It is »
Christie Brinkley's tax vacation is gonna cost her, big-time. E! News confirms that the former Sports Illustrated hottie owes the IRS a whopping half-million dollars in back taxes. See? Even timeless beauties can't avoid Uncle Sam. Here's the deal: Per a filing with the Suffolk County Clerks Office in Suffolk County, New York, the Internal Revenue Service has taken out a tax lien on the 57-year-old beauty's $30 million Bridgehampton, Long Island, estate to tune of $531,720. According to IRS' website, Brinkley's "unpaid balance is subject to interest compounded daily and a monthly late payment penalty." In other words, she better pay up soon if she wants to »
Supermodel Christie Brinkley owes the U.S. government more than $500,000 (£312,000) in unpaid taxes.
The Uptown Girl beauty has been hit with a tax lien by America's Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in New York, where Brinkley owns a host of properties.
According to the Detroit News, the blonde owes a total of $531,720 (£332,325). »
Timeless beauty means nothing to Uncle Sam ... he's slapped Christie Brinkley with a tax lien for over half a million dollars!Brinkley -- who's worth a frickin' fortune thanks to modeling, infomercials, endorsements and real estate -- was hit with a tax bill by the IRS to the tune of $531,720 ... filed in Suffolk County, NY back on November 21, says the Detroit News.Guess she's been living in her uptown world a little too long.3: »
- TMZ Staff
Supermodel Christie Brinkley showed off her age-defying beauty at the Broadway opening of Venus in Fur in New York yesterday (Nov. 8), upstaging almost everyone on the red carpet. Oh…the play rocked, too! Christie, 57, wore a figure-hugging red dress (not the one pictured) that was dignified, but still showed off her vivacious curves. There’s no doubt that the former supermodel still has the “wow” factor that landed her on 500 magazine covers and three Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue covers. »
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A pre-recap disclaimer: I loved "The First Time." I thought it was stunningly shot, as well as brilliantly written and acted. I thought the editing was genius, and its message was affirming of all the big, messy, crazy, gorgeous, sexy, confusing beautifulness of being young and on the brink of your future.
If you hated it, if you were coming here hoping for a lot of snark, this is not the recap you are looking for. I will try to be more cynical next week. I promise.
Also: If first love really could be like this, I'd happily climb into that time machine Blaine's building and go back and be young again.
We open with Artie rolling down the hallway, thinking it doesn't matter if you're "in prison like Gandhi, or stuck inside a woman's body like Chaz Bono, or in a wheelchair like me," when you find your calling, »
- Christie Keith
Alexa Ray Joel has revealed that she contracted a sexually transmitted disease from an ex-boyfriend. Alexa sought immediate treatment after being diagnosed with human papillomavirus (Hpv), and said that she is now feeling well. Billy Joel and Christie Brinkley's 25-year-old daughter has insisted that her unnamed former partner never had an affair, but had been sexually active before dating her. She told xoJane: "I had [Hpv]... I mean it was fine, you know. There are no side effects (more) »
- By Justin Harp
John O’Hurley, best known as J. Peterman on the hit NBC sit-com “Seinfeld,” is returning to Broadway in the musical Chicago for the show’s 15th anniversary run. O’Hurley first played shady lawyer Billy Flynn on stage in 2006, and will reprise the role from Nov. 1 through Nov. 11 in a limited engagement. Among the many celebrities who have appeared in the show during its long run are Usher, Michael C. Hall, Jerry Springer, Kevin Richardson and Jeff McCarthy. Female performers include Melora Hardin, Rita Wilson, Melanie Griffith, Taye Diggs, Chandra Wilson, Ashlee Simpson, Leigh Zimmerman, Samantha Harris, Marilu Henner, Christie Brinkley and Sofía Vergara. »
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