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Argos Cine Teams With Bob Yari, Arturo Perez Reverte (Exclusive)

10 March 2016 5:25 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Guadalajara — Mexico’s Argos Cine is teaming with both Bob Yari, producer of “Crash” and “The Illusionist,” to co-produce “Luciérnagas en El Mozote” (“Fireflies at El Mozote”) and with Spain’s Arturo Perez Reverte, author of “Queen of the South,” for a second movie, “The Man From Rome,” an English-language big-screen makeover of Reverte’s Seville-set thriller “La piel del tambor,” in deals that mark out Argos Cine and parent Argos Comunicacion as an ambitious go-to production partner in Mexico for both film and TV.

Moving forward on the series “Burn the Bridge,” Argos Cine struck no fewer than nine co-production deals at Mexico’s Guadalajara Festival, boarding three titles at its Co-production meeting – Chile’s “Another Lake,” Costa Rica’s “Ballroom,” and Mexico’s “Night of July” – and two genre pic projects from Spanish producer Antonia Nava, agreeing to co-produce Ahinoa Menendez’s “Eco” and Gustavo Moheno’s “Melisa. »

- John Hopewell

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Argos Cine Teams With Bob Yari, Arturo Perez Reverte (Exclusive)

10 March 2016 5:25 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Guadalajara — Mexico’s Argos Cine is teaming with both Bob Yari, producer of “Crash” and “The Illusionist,” to co-produce “Luciérnagas en El Mozote” (“Fireflies at El Mozote”) and with Spain’s Arturo Perez Reverte, author of “Queen of the South,” for a second movie, “The Man From Rome,” an English-language big-screen makeover of Reverte’s Seville-set thriller “La piel del tambor,” in deals that mark out Argos Cine and parent Argos Comunicacion as an ambitious go-to production partner in Mexico for both film and TV.

Moving forward on the series “Burn the Bridge,” Argos Cine struck no fewer than nine co-production deals at Mexico’s Guadalajara Festival, boarding three titles at its Co-production meeting – Chile’s “Another Lake,” Costa Rica’s “Ballroom,” and Mexico’s “Night of July” – and two genre pic projects from Spanish producer Antonia Nava, agreeing to co-produce Ahinoa Menendez’s “Eco” and Gustavo Moheno’s “Melisa. »

- John Hopewell

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Film Review: ‘All Roads Lead to Rome’

5 February 2016 8:28 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Sarah Jessica Parker flies from New York to Italy for a picturesque getaway under the Tuscan sun, but Hollywood cliches follow her through customs in “All Roads Lead to Rome,” a combination romance, farce and road movie that whiffs in all three departments. Though Parker’s assured performance, along with the enchanting backdrop, eases the action toward harmless gentility, they’re hijacked by a plot that mimics the plate-spinning business of classic screwball, but moves at agonizing half-speed. The journey to Rome is a long one, but the audience is always 300 kilometers ahead, sipping cappuccino on the Piazza Navona while waiting for the filmmakers to catch up. Little revenue will squeeze through its brief theatrical window in February, but the Parker name might carry this modest excursion further on home video and streaming.

Before the title “All Roads Lead to Rome” even appears on the screen, the film is already breathlessly laying out the plot, »

- Scott Tobias

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Sarah Jessica Parker Stars In All Roads Lead To Rome Trailer

11 January 2016 6:41 PM, PST | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Join Sarah Jessica Parker as she falls in love all over again in the new poster and trailer from Momentum Pictures’ upcoming feel-good, romantic comedy All Roads Lead To Rome.

The movie revolves around an uptight woman named Maggie (Parker) and her former Italian lover, Luca, who go on a road trip across scenic Italy pursuing Maggie’s rebellious teenage daughter who tries desperately to return to New York while Luca’s mother is on a secret mission of love.

Starring Sarah Jessica Parker, Raoul Bova, Rosie Day, Claudia Cardinale and Paz Vega, this hilarious road trip across Italy from writer/director Ella Lemhagen comes to theaters and on-demand February 5th.

The post Sarah Jessica Parker Stars In All Roads Lead To Rome Trailer appeared first on We Are Movie Geeks.

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- Michelle McCue

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