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5 items from 2016


‘Goldbricks in Bloom’ Trailer: Zosia Mamet and Tavi Gevinson Team up in Social Satire

17 November 2016 10:12 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

While “Girls” is set to air its final season sometime next year, main cast member Zosia Mamet has spent the past year appearing in films like Todd Solondz’s “Wiener-Dog” and Steve Bernstein’s “Dominion.” Now, she’s set to appear in the new film “Goldbricks in Bloom,” a social satire that explores what it means to be an artist today by interweaving the story of a self-obsessed group of disenchanted young creatives with the mythic rise and fall of a New York painter. Watch a brief trailer for the film below featuring Mamet talking about the actors in the film.

Read More: Watch: Sisters Jessica Biel and Zosia Mamet Argue Who “Counts” in Intimate ‘Bleeding Heart’ Clip

The film is the first feature film by Danny Sangra, who has previously directed a series of short films and has worked with brands like Hugo Boss, Nike, Verizon and more. Along with Mamet, »

- Vikram Murthi

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The Loft Film Festival Brings the World of Cinema to Tucson!

2 November 2016 2:17 PM, PDT | Sydney's Buzz | See recent Sydney's Buzz news »

On Wednesday, November 9 to Sunday, November 13, the Loft Cinema presents the seventh annual Loft Film Fest, featuring appearances by an amazing array of acclaimed filmmakers and a stellar program of world, North American, Southwest and Arizona premieres selected from prestigious festivals around the globe, including Berlin, Cannes, Sundance, Toronto, Venice and more.

Playing at this well-known, though rather out-of-the-way film festival in Tucson, Arizona are exciting new films starring such big screen favorites as Gael Garcia Bernal in “Neruda”, the possible Oscar Winner for Best Foreign Language Film, Catherine Deneuve in “The Brand New Testament” one of the funniest and most original stories I have ever seen; Michael Fassbender in “Trespass Against Us”, Adam Smith’s gangster film, so far unknown in the U.S., — except that whatever Michael Fassbender, the Irish-German actor, is in is always astounding.

Catherine Deneuve in “The Brand New Testament”

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- Sydney Levine

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The Seventh Annual Loft Film Fest Brings the World of Cinema to Tucson!

1 November 2016 3:21 PM, PDT | Sydney's Buzz | See recent Sydney's Buzz news »

Wednesday, November 9 — Sunday, November 13Presented by Desert Diamond Casinos & Entertainment

This November, The Loft Cinema presents the seventh annual Loft Film Fest, featuring appearances by an amazing array of acclaimed filmmakers and a stellar program of world, North American, Southwest and Arizona premieres selected from prestigious festivals around the globe, including Berlin, Cannes, Sundance, Toronto, Venice and more!

Playing at this well-known, though rather out-of-the-way film festival in Tucson, Arizona are exciting new films starring such big screen favorites as Gael Garcia Bernal in “Neruda”, the possible Oscar Winner for Best Foreign Language Film), Catherine Deneuve in “Brand New Testament” one of the funniest and most original stories I have ever seen; Michael Fassbender in “Trespass Against Us”, a complete unknown except that whatever Michael Fassbender, the Irish-German actor, is in is always astounding, John Malkovich, another great actor, too rarely seen, in “Dominion” about the last days of the »

- Sydney Levine

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'Arrival' South American premiere to open Rio

28 September 2016 7:00 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

As revealed earlier this week, the 18th edition of the festival will feature more than 20 world premieres. Screen runs through some local highlights and previews the RioMarket.

The 2016 Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival (Oct 6-16) will open with the South American premiere of Denis Villeneuve’s Arrival, which premiered at Venice Film Festival.

The festival’s full line-up, which was revealed earlier this week, will include 20 world premieres. The majority of those are local productions selected to compete for the Redentor award (a trophy that resembles the Christ Redeemer statue, made of 35mm film pieces).

The event’s competitive strand, Premiere Brasil, will feature eight titles this year, all of which have been selected to showcase new productions in the country’s film industry.

Seven of those films are world premieres, including the most recent titles of established directors, such as Andrucha Waddington (Me, You, Them and The House of Sand), and debuts from emerging film-makers »

- elaineguerini@terra.com.br (Elaine Guerini)

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Rio Film Festival unveils 2016 line-up

26 September 2016 5:35 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

The Untamed and Toni Erdmann will screen at the 18th edition of the Brazilian event next month alongside tributes to the late David Bowie and Prince.

All in all 250 films from more than 60 countries in 15 sections will screen in 20 venues, including the new Olympic Boulevard unveiled for the recent summer Olympics.

Three new sections debut at this festival, which runs from set to run from October 6-16.

Cinema Marginal explores two critical Brazilian film movements, while Universal Monsters features seven restored Universal classics, and Wanderer Artists includes a tribute to Brazilian plastic artist Tunga.

Programmes include World Panorama, Première Brasil, Première Latina, Expectations, Generation, Midnight Movies & Docs, Frontiers, Threatened Environment and Unique Itineraries.

World Panorama selections include Ken Loach’s I, Daniel Blake and Mare Ade’s Toni Erdmann and Cristi Puiu’s Sieranevada.

Premiere Latina includes Venice selections The Blind Christ (Chile-France) by Christopher Murray’s and Amat Escalante’s The Untamed (pictured), as well as »

- jeremykay67@gmail.com (Jeremy Kay)

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