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FilmSharks picks up 'You're Killing Me Susana' with Gael Garcia Bernal

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FilmSharks picks up 'You're Killing Me Susana' with Gael Garcia Bernal
Exclusive: Roberto Sneider’s comedic drama will be released in Us by Hola Mexico Distribution.

FilmSharks has bolstered its Efm slate with international sales rights to comedic drama You’re Killing Me Susana starring Gael Garcia Bernal.

Los Angeles-based Hola Mexico Distribution holds Us rights and the Latin cinema specialist has set a February 17 theatrical release on more than 50 screens. FilmSharks and the producers will handle Us TV/VOD distribution.

Susana is based on Jose Agustin’s novel Ciudades Desiertas, about a Mexican man who reflects on his life as he undergoes a humbling trip to the snowy wastes of the northern Us in the hope of reclaiming his wife.

Bernal stars alongside Veronica Echegui, Ashley Hinshaw, Bjorn Hlynur Haraldsson, Cassandra Ciangherotti, Barbara Garrick, Gabino Rodriguez and Andres Almeida.

La Banda Films produced You’re Killing Me Susana with Cuevano Films from Mexico and Canada’s Buffalo Gal Pictures. Mexican media giant Televisa’s theatrical arm Videocine
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Jan Maxwell, John Aylward, Barbara Garrick & More to Star in Anthony Giardina's The City Of Conversation at Lincoln Center Theater

Lincoln Center Theater has announced that John Aylward, Kristen Bush, Beth Dixon, Barbara Garrick, Jan Maxwell, Luke Niehaus, Kevin O'Rourke and Michael Simpson will be featured in its upcoming production of The City Of Conversation, a new play by Anthony Giardina, directed by Doug Hughes. The City Of Conversation begins previews Thursday, April 10 and opens on Monday, May 5 at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater 150 West 65 Street. Additional casting for The City Of Conversation will be announced at a later date.
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Gael Garcia Bernal and Ashley Hinshaw to Star In Deserted Cities

Here’s an interesting project which comes from director Roberto Sneider (Tear This Heart Out). Make sure you remember this title – Deserted Cities aka Ciudades, because it’s an upcoming adaptation of Jose Agustin’s novel of the same name, which already has Gael Garcia Bernal and Ashley Hinshaw on board.

At this moment we know that Sneider’s project will follow a man named Eligio and his comic quest to regain the love of his wife Susana, a self-styled feminist who flees Mexico to an international writer’s conference held mid-winter in the chilly, foreign U.S. heartland.

But, according to the leading star Bernal, the movie will also have “a number of political angles” or as he explained:

“one is between the couple, the other is the relationship between the U.S. and Mexico and another is between the archetypical Mexican macho and the contemporary feminist woman.”

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New Blu-ray and DVD Releases: August 23rd

Rank the week of August 23rd’s Blu-ray and DVD new releases against the best films of all-time: New Releases Blitz

(Blu-ray & DVD | Nr | 2011)

Flickchart Ranking: #9439

Win Percentage: 51%

Times Ranked: 215

Top-20 Rankings: 5

Directed By: Elliott Lester

Starring: Jason StathamPaddy ConsidineAidan GillenZawe AshtonDavid Morrissey

Genres: Crime • Crime Thriller • Police Detective Film • Thriller

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The Beaver

(Blu-ray & DVD | PG13 | 2011)

Flickchart Ranking: #5199

Win Percentage: 52%

Times Ranked: 858

Top-20 Rankings: 6

Directed By: Jodie Foster

Starring: Mel GibsonJodie FosterAnton YelchinJennifer LawrenceZachary Booth

Genres: Comedy Drama • Drama • Psychological Drama

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Win Win

(Blu-ray & DVD | Nr | 2011)

Flickchart Ranking: #2107

Win Percentage: 61%

Times Ranked: 2455

Top-20 Rankings: 6

Directed By: Thomas McCarthy

Starring: Paul GiamattiAmy RyanBobby CannavaleJeffrey TamborBurt Young

Genres: Comedy Drama • Drama • Sports Comedy • Sports Drama

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The Greatest Movie Ever Sold

(Blu-ray & DVD | PG13 | 2011)

Flickchart Ranking: #5643

Win Percentage: 49%

Times Ranked: 725

Top-20 Rankings:
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Today's Soap World Birthdays

Conrad Bain (ex-Charles, The Edge Of Night; ex-Mr. Wells, Dark Shadows) - 88

Jerry Adler (ex-Len, One Life To Live) - 82

Gil Rogers - (ex-Hawk, Guiding Light; ex-Ray, All My Children) - 77

Marie Masters (ex-Susan, As The World Turns; ex-Helen, One Life To Live; ex-Hester, Love Of Live) - 70

Barbara Garrick (ex-Allison, One Life To Live; ex-Charlotte, Guiding Light) - 46

Trent Dawson (ex-Henry, As The World Turns) - 40
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A Legacy of His Own: A Doug Liman Profile (Part 2)

With his latest film Fair Game released later this year, Trevor Hogg profiles the career of director Doug Liman in the second of a two part feature... read part one.

“I’ve always been a huge action film fan and a couple of friends of mine were in marriage therapy,” explained screenwriter Simon Kingberg as to the origins of Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005). “The way they were talking about it sounded kind of aggressive and mercenary. I just thought it would make an interesting template for a relationship inside of an action film.” Mayhem and chaos ensues when two married assassins are contracted to kill each other. “One of the ways that you write it is that all of the action sequences in the film have to be, in some form, expressions of where these characters are in their marriage… Instead of two people having a fight at the dinner table about the salt,
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