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The Falling, written and directed by Morley, tells the story of a troubled girl at the centre of a mysterious fainting epidemic, who is determined to discover the cause of the malady spreading through her British all-girl school in 1969, a year when the whole world seems poised on the brink of change.
UK film investment and production company Boudica Red is associate producer.
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Transplanted Brit writer-director Bernard Rose and Hollywood scion Danny Huston have enjoyed a long and fruitful relationship. Casting Huston in "Ivansxtc," a little-seen 2002 success d'estime that in many ways presaged the indie digital age, jump-started the would-be director's career as an actor. Huston keeps coming back for more, because with Rose he winds up doing his best acting. (Trailer below.) So far the two men have collaborated on four unfettered, unsupervised collaborations of micro-budget Leo Tolstoy adaptations, updated to modern La. "Ivansxtc" was the first ("The Death of Ivan Ilitch"), followed by relationship drama "The Kreutzer Sonata," about a wealthy man who falls for a concert pianist, and the upcoming "Boxing Day" ("Master and Man"), produced by Luc Roeg’s Independent and the BFI, which world premiered in Venice last year in advance of a UK late December opening. The well-reviewed film, which seeks U.S. distribution, will make its North American debut on. »
- Anne Thompson
Exclusive: Stuart Hazeldine has been tapped to rewrite Agincourt, which Michael Mann will direct based on the Bernard Cornwell bestseller about an archer who comes of age under Henry V as the king prepares to lead his outnumbered English troops against the French in the Battle Of Agincourt. That epic battle was immortalized by Shakespeare’s Henry V. The protagonist is a young man with a death sentence on his head who is saved when his skills with the bow catch the attention of the king. The archer develops into a warrior and falls in love with a young woman whose virtue he saved from a lecherous priest. He becomes the portal to the bloody battle. Anyone who has seen Mann’s Last Of The Mohicans can understand my Eddie Haskell-like effusion over the prospect of the director getting back to a major historical battlefield event (“Stay alive, no matter what occurs. »
- MIKE FLEMING JR
3 items from 2013
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