4 items from 2016
Here are the hottest titles to look out for on the 2016 Cannes Film Festival market.
Director: Michael Cuesta
Key Cast: Michael Keaton
Plot: Spy thriller based on Vince Flynn’s blockbuster books.
Sales: Lionsgate Intl.
Plot: Determined to fit in, an immigrant teen facing racism and bullying joins his high school wrestling team and against all odds, leads his team to the state championships.
Sales: Radiant Films Intl.
Director: Trish Sie
Key cast: Maddie Hasson,
Plot: Based on the popular Ya novel “Anna Dressed in Blood.”
Sales: The Solution Entertainment Group (intl.)
Key cast: Clive Owen, »
- Variety Staff
Hana’s Suitcase centres on a survivor and entrepreneur who must revisit memories of Auschwitz and discuss his sister’s fate to help a passionate educator create a Holocaust exhibit.
Producing the Canada-German co-production are Christian Larouche of Christal Films, Scott through his Cinemascott Productions banner, and Henning Molfenter of Babelsberg Film. Maxime Vanasse will serve as executive producer.
Ascot Elite holds German-speaking rights.
The project was originally created as a radio documentary by Levine, who turned it in a book.
Seville International represents worldwide rights. »
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13 Films is handling international rights to the project and will introduce the film to buyers in Berlin. UTA is arranging financing for the film and handling the U.S. rights.
“Croak” is a Sprout Pictures, Thomas Thomas Films and the Development Partnership production. The project is based on the short film “Sunday Roast,” which was screened at the London Film Festival last year.
The film is a darkly comedic look at the ludicrous quirks of the film industry, which are thrown »
- Dave McNary
I was gutted by the news shared by playwright/producer Jeff Cohen as he and I walked our dogs in Riverside Park early this morning. The Thin White Duke was no more. I struggled to understand the implications of losing a music hero. Rushing home, resigned to reality, I watched his two new videos, the one above and the ablum's title track which I featured on this website last week, both from his 28th studio album, ★(Blackstar), released this past week on January 8th, 2016, the date of Bowie's 69th birthday. As I watched "Lazarus" again, it all made sense.
"Lazarus" is clearly Bowie's epitaph, his final prophetic performance on this mortal coil...
Look up here / I'm in heaven I've got scars that can't be seen I've got drama that can't be stolen Everybody knows me now...
The coins on his eyes, the pallor of his skin, his frail body wrapped in a fashionalbe shroud. »
- Dusty Wright
4 items from 2016
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