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Mill Valley Film Festival 2016 Lineup: ‘I, Daniel Blake,’ ‘Manchester by the Sea’ and More Lead First Wave of Titles (Exclusive)

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Mill Valley Film Festival 2016 Lineup: ‘I, Daniel Blake,’ ‘Manchester by the Sea’ and More Lead First Wave of Titles (Exclusive)
Indiewire can exclusively announce the first round of films from the Mill Valley Film Festival’s upcoming 39th edition, with a number of high-profile selections from Cannes (“I, Daniel Blake”), Sundance (“Manchester by the Sea”) and Berlin (“Things to Come”) leading the way. Mvff, which runs from October – 16 this year, will also host the premieres of several Bay Area filmmakers’ new works. See the full list below.

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“I, Daniel Blake” (Ken Loach)

Loving” (Jeff Nichols)

Paterson” and “Gimme Danger” (Jim Jarmusch)

Neruda” (Pablo Larrain)

Toni Erdmann” (Maren Ade)

“The Salesman” (Asghar Farhadi)

“The Handmaiden” (Park Chan-wook)

Elle” (Paul Verhoeven)

Like Crazy” (Paolo Virzi)

Manchester by the Sea” (Kenneth Lonergan)

Christine” (Antonio Campos)

Maya Angelou and Still I Rise” (Bob Hercules, Rita Coburn Whack)

Things to Come” (Mia Hansen Løve)

“Fire at Sea”(Giancarlo Rosi)

“Death in Sarajevo
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Zara Aina Aims To Make American Actors Cultural Ambassadors

Lucas Caleb Rooney’s agents may not be thrilled with the benefit he’s throwing next week, but that’s kind of the point. On Nov. 26, Rooney’s organization, Zara Aina, will host its Big Ol’ Fancy Pants Inaugural Benefit at the 52nd Street Project Theater. Funds will help American artists join children in Madagascar to create and tour an original play. Benefit performers include ascendant Broadway hunk Benjamin Walker (the upcoming “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof”), Tony Award winner Adriane Lenox (“Doubt”), “Ghost” and “Hair” star Caissie Levy, and Drama Desk Award winner Lorenzo Pisoni (“Humor Abuse”). This glittery lineup speaks to Zara Aina’s roots in New York City theater. Rooney, the artistic director, is on Broadway in “Golden Boy,” and he’s been an Off-Broadway staple for years. Executive director Bryce Pinkham was in “Ghost” and “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson,” and he co-starred with Rooney in
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Stop Horsing Around!

Lorenzo Pisoni never had to run away to join the circus; he was born into it. He did once try to run away from it, heading for the highway in his "footie pajamas," as he recalls in his very personal new solo show, Humor Abuse, running Off-Broadway through April 12. For two decades, however, the circus was his life. Since moving into acting, Pisoni has frequently performed Shakespeare at esteemed theatres and recently completed a run on Broadway as the central horse, Nugget, in Equus, but for now he's looking back on what it meant to grow up the son of a clown. Pisoni's parents founded the Pickle Family Circus in 1974 in San Francisco. His father was the ringmaster and chief clown, Lorenzo Pickle; his mother was a juggler as well as the costume designer and executive director. Pisoni made his unofficial debut at age 2, when he entered the ring at
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Radcliffe Brands Male Co-star 'Gorgeous'

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Radcliffe Brands Male Co-star 'Gorgeous'
Daniel Radcliffe has confessed to a gay crush - the actor finds his Equus male co-star Lorenzo Pisoni "gorgeous".

The Harry Potter star finds Pisoni so attractive, he wouldn't hesitate to marry him - if he was homosexual.

He says, "We're getting on very well indeed. I've written some really, really deeply sexual things on some of the cards I've given him for opening night. But just to wind him up, you know.

"He's great. He's a truly remarkable man. You know, if I was gay or a female I'd, well, just want to marry him. He's gorgeous, and he's a really cool bloke as well. He's great."

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