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Meyers-Shyer wrote the screenplay to Home Again, about a recently separated mother of two whose new life in Los Angeles is shaken up when she takes in three charismatic young men.
Production has been earmarked for on August start in Los Angeles. CAA represents North American rights.
Olde launched Black Bicycle in 2014 and is also financing and producing The Burning Woman with Scott Free Productions and is in pre-production on Susanna White’s Woman Walks Ahead starring Jessica Chastain.
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One of Japan’s most active buyers, Gaga will release both titles in September, along with Giuseppe Tornatore’s Correspondence.
Before then, it will release David Wnendt’s Hitler satire Look Who’s Back in June; John Carney’s Sing Street and Margarethe von Trotta’s The Misplaced World in July; and Sérgio Machado’s The Violin Teacher in August (see full line-up below).
The company’s alternative label Gaga + has a line-up of six films – including Laura Poitras’s documentary Citizenfour and Uli Edel’s Pay The Ghost – while its GagaX label will release Michel Franco’s Chronic and Hong Kong director Dante Lam’s To The Fore.
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Hitchcock/Truffaut screens in St. Louis Friday through Sunday at Webster University’s Moore Auditorium at 7:30pm
Review by Stephen Tronicek
A great alternative name for Kent Jones’s explosively entertaining Hitchcock/Truffaut would be “Reasons Why Alfred Hitchcock was Awesome.” It may seem unprofessional to go about it like that, but that’s what the film truly is. It’ll play better to those who actually care about why Hitchcock was awesome, but to those that do it’s a slice of encouraging and fulfilling documentary filmmaking.
Hitchcock/Truffaut is a film buff’s movie but the blend of analysis, and interpretation of all of Hitchcock’s work is quite exciting. There’s an optimistic energy that fuels what makes filmmaking such a viable and entertaining craft behind Hitchcock/Truffaut . On top of that the fact that interviewees like Martin Scorsese and Wes Anderson show up to share »
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