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Film News Roundup: Berenice Bejo-Alexander Fehling’s ‘Three Peaks’ Gets U.S. Distribution

8 September 2017 5:15 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

In today’s film news roundup, “Three Peaks” finds distribution and “Euphoria” sells to major territories…

Distribution Deal

Veteran arthouse distributor Ed Arentz has formed Greenwich Entertainment in partnership with an investment fund run by Edmondo Schwartz and set the thriller “Three Peaks” as its first release.

Bérénice Bejo (“The Artist”) and Alexander Fehling (“Homeland”) star in “Three Peaks,” in which a recently divorced French woman, her 8-year-old son, and her new German boyfriend see their summer holiday in the Italian Dolomites goes from bucolic to harrowing. The film won the Variety Piazza Grande Award at the Locarno Film Festival and is having its North American premiere at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival.

Arentz was the co-founder and managing director of Music Box Films, where he acquired and released prominent foreign-language titles including “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” and “A Man Called Ove.” The deal for the North American rights to “Three Peaks” was concluded in »

- Dave McNary

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Country Music Legend Glen Campbell Dies at 81

8 August 2017 1:39 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Country legend Glen Campbell, whose crossover hits “Gentle on My Mind,” “By the Time I Get to Phoenix” and “Rhinestone Cowboy” forged a lasting bridge between country and pop music, died Tuesday. He was 81.

In 2011, Campbell announced he had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and mounted a well-publicized farewell tour. His official Twitter posted the news. His daughter, Ashley Campbell, also shared a heartfelt message about the news.

Campbell was hardly the first country artist to break out of the rural regional radio ghetto — the Nashville Sound of Patsy Cline and Jim Reeves had produced several wide-appeal hits in the early ’60s — but his influence in expanding country music’s parameters and fanbase was substantial. His signature hits often combined orchestral arrangements and traditional pop hooks with countrified lyrical themes and vocal stylings, catalyzing both the “countrypolitan” and soft rock subgenres that would proliferate in the 1970s. (John Denver and Kenny Rogers both owe much of »

- Andrew Barker

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Country Music Legend Glen Campbell Dies at 81

8 August 2017 1:39 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Country legend Glen Campbell, whose crossover hits “Gentle on My Mind,” “By the Time I Get to Phoenix” and “Rhinestone Cowboy” forged a lasting bridge between country and pop music, died Tuesday. He was 81.

In 2011, Campbell announced he had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and mounted a well-publicized farewell tour. His official Twitter posted the news of his death. His daughter, Ashley Campbell, also shared a heartfelt message online.

Campbell was hardly the first country artist to break out of the rural regional radio ghetto — the Nashville Sound of Patsy Cline and Jim Reeves had produced several wide-appeal hits in the early ’60s — but his influence in expanding country music’s parameters and fanbase was substantial. His signature hits often combined orchestral arrangements and traditional pop hooks with countrified lyrical themes and vocal stylings, catalyzing both the “countrypolitan” and soft rock subgenres that would proliferate in the 1970s. (John Denver and Kenny Rogers both owe much »

- Andrew Barker

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Steve Coogan, Neve Campbell, Taylor Russell to Star in 'Hot Air' (Exclusive)

19 July 2017 12:01 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Steve Coogan, Neve Campbell and Taylor Russell will star in Frank Coraci’s indie film Hot Air.

The project, which will start shooting in New York on July 24, follows a conservative talk radio host who finds his world turned upside down when his 16-year-old niece comes crashing into his life. What follows is a relationship that will change both their lives.

Aimee Keen, Coraci and Susan Leber are producing the project. Robert Halmi, Jim Reeve, Coogan, Will Reichel, Eric Robinson and Ellen Goldsmith-Vein will serve as executive producers on the film. Great Point Media is fully financing the film, »

- Rebecca Ford

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IFC Films picks up 'Love After Love'

21 June 2017 12:30 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Chris O’Dowd, Andie MacDowell star in family drama.

IFC Films has acquired Us rights to Russell Harbaugh’s Tribeca premiere Love After Love.

Chris O’Dowd and Andie MacDowell star in the tale of a college professor played by MacDowell whose family attempts to deal with the death of her college professor husband, played by Gareth Williams.

The couple’s two sons – a successful book editor played by O’Dowd and a struggling artist played by James Adomian – react in wildly different ways as the family lurches towards acceptance. Harbaugh and Eric Mendelsohn wrote the screenplay.

Juliet Rylance and »

- jeremykay67@gmail.com (Jeremy Kay)

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Andie MacDowell Drama ‘Love After Love’ Lands at IFC

21 June 2017 11:30 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

IFC Films is acquiring U.S. rights to Russell Harbaugh’s feature debut “Love After Love,” starring Chris O’Dowd, Andie MacDowell, James Adomian, Juliet Rylance and Dree Hemingway.

Directed by Harbaugh and written by Harbaugh and Eric Mendelsohn, the drama documents the divergent ways a family navigates their path forward in the wake of the loss of its patriarch. “Love After Love” premiered in April at the Tribeca Film Festival where it won the award for best cinematography for Chris Teague. MacDowell and Gareth Williams portray college theatre professors while O’Dowd and Adomian play their sons.

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Love After Love” was produced by Lucas Joaquin, Lauren Haber and Michael Prall. Executive producers are Lars Knudsen, Eric Mendelsohn, Robert Halmi and Jim Reeve. The film is a Great Point Media production in association with Secret Engine and Weedon Media.

“‘Love After Love’ was made by a hungry group of artists obsessed with movies and excited by the risk of attempting something new,” Harbaugh said. “I’m proud of what we made and how we made it and thrilled that our work has found a true champion in IFC Films.”

Nick Schager of Variety gave the film a strong review: “Bolstered by superb lead turns from Chris O’Dowd and Andie MacDowell, as well as a formal structure that enhances the roiling emotions propelling its characters into a downward spiral, ‘Love After Love’ is an assured debut feature that announces its writer-director as a formidable new American indie voice.”

IFC FilmsArianna Bocco negotiated the deal with ICM Partners and Great Point Media’s Robert Halmi.

Related storiesTribeca Film Review: 'Love After Love'Andie MacDowell on Hollywood Ageism, Nude Scenes and 'Love After Love'tv News Roundup: Ray Romano and Chris O'Dowd Front 'Get Shorty' Remake »

- Dave McNary

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First look: Jodhi May and Jordan Bolger in 'Scarborough'

19 May 2017 11:00 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Shoot has kicked off on UK forbidden love drama.

I, Anna director Barnaby Southcombe has started principal photography on Scarborough, starring Jodhi May, Jordan Bolger and Jessica Barden. Great Point Media, Southcombe’s Embargo Films and Poisson Rouge Pictures are producing; the four-week shoot kicked off on May 15 on location in Scarborough.

The film is adapted by Southcombe from Fiona Evans’ award-winning play, about two dangerously charged teacher-pupil relationships. The story unfolds over two weekends in the faded grandeur of seaside resort Scarborough.

Producer is Christopher Granier-Deferre (Gone Too Far!), with Chris Simon of Embargo and Jim Reeve of Great Point serving as executive producers.

Southcombe said: “This is a really important project for me, one I’ve been yearning to do ever since I first saw the play at the Royal Court. It dares to look at these people as humans not monsters, asking you for one brief moment not to pass judgment. I guarantee »

- wendy.mitchell@screendaily.com (Wendy Mitchell)

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'Manzo'd With Children' Star Lauren Manzo Scalia Welcomes Baby Girl -- See the Pics!

24 February 2017 5:30 PM, PST | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Manzo'd With Children star Lauren Manzo Scalia and her husband, Vito Scalia, are officially parents!

The 28-year-old new mom took to Instagram on Friday, sharing a precious snap of their newborn daughter, Marchesa, swaddled in a hospital blanket.

Exclusive: Albie Manzo Addresses Mom Caroline’s Breast Cancer Scare, Upcoming Drama on 'Manzo'd With Children'

Lauren cradles the sleeping newborn in the adorable pic captioned, "My Markie Girl."

Lauren's mother, Caroline Manzo, followed up her daughter's Instagram post by sharing another photo of the baby.

"Welcome to the world Marchesa Anna Scalia, our little Markie! Mommy and daughter are resting comfortably," the Real Housewives of New Jersey alum wrote next to a snapshot of Markie sleeping in Lauren’s arms. "'Grandma Caroline' loves you both beyond measure!"

News: 'Real Housewives of New Jersey' Alum Lauren Manzo Marries Longtime Love Vito Scalia

Caroline has been "patiently" anticipating the arrival of her first grandchild, and it looks »

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Jamie Patterson's Alien Home Invasion Thriller Caught to Premiere at Fantasporto

13 February 2017 6:30 PM, PST | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

Jamie Patterson's latest film, Caught, described as an alien home invasion thriller, will have its world premiere at the Fantasporto International Film Festival in Portugal, between February 24th and March 4th.  Caught stars Cian Barry from ScreenAnarchy fave Nina Forever, and April Pearson from the UK sensation that MTV couldn't handle, Skins.  We were given a selection of stills and the key art to share with you.  London. February 13, 2017. Following the official announcement from the Fantasporto –Oporto International Film Festival, Executive Producers Robert Halmi and Jim Reeve, and Producers Christina O’Shea-Daly, Jeremy Davis and Alex Francis are thrilled to celebrate the world premiere of award-winning director Jamie Patterson’s (Fractured, City of Dreamers) alien home invasion thriller, Caught, as an official selection in the Fantasy...

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Stockholm-Based Production Company Reels in Swedish Cinema

10 February 2017 4:36 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

B-Reel Films, the hip Stockholm-based banner behind some of Scandinavia’s most ambitious films and TV shows, from Mikael Marcimain’s “Gentlemen” to Pernilla August’s “A Serious Game,” recently ventured into the ultra-competitive English-language movie landscape with Lisa Langseth’s “Euphoria,” starring Alicia Vikander, Eva Green and Charlotte Rampling, and is developing a flurry of more upscale projects.

B-Reel Films is coming off a busy start of the year, having just won two Swedish Guldbagge Awards (Sweden’s equivalent of the Oscars) for “A Serious Game” including supporting actor for Michael Nyqvist. And on the TV side, the shingle’s first Nordic noir series “Before We Die” launched to hit ratings on Sweden’s public broadcaster Svt.

The company has two movies in post: “Euphoria,” which reteams Langseth and Vikander after the critically acclaimed “Hotel,” as well “Bergman,” a feature-length doc about Ingmar Bergman directed by Jane Magnuson. The »

- Elsa Keslassy

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‘I Don’t Feel At Home in this World Anymore’ Review: Melanie Lynskey Is A Frustrated Vigilante In Macon Blair’s Delightfully Dark Directorial Debut

20 January 2017 11:43 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

What the fuck is wrong with people?

That question, which feels more pressing by the day, is at the ruefully dark heart of Macon Blair’s “I don’t feel at home in this world anymore.” a hysterical and hyper-violent morality play for our fucked-up times. “Everyone is an asshole!” screams Ruth (the spectacular Melanie Lynskey), and she makes a pretty good point. A voice on the radio barks reports of another mass shooting. A truck in front of her pumps jet black exhaust straight into the air. Some jerk cuts her line at the grocery store. It’s like the rest of society held a secret meeting where they decided to spend the rest of their lives shitting on anyone who wasn’t invited, like every stranger she meets is just trying to screw her over. Ruth works at a hospital as a nursing assistant, and one of her »

- David Ehrlich

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