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Mark Millar’s ‘Supercrooks’ and ‘American Jesus’ Have Been Acquired by Waypoint Entertainment

26 April 2016 3:30 PM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

There are new signs of life for Mark Millar‘s Supercrooks and American Jesus. Over five years ago, Timecrimes director Nacho Vigalondo became attached to Supercrooks, and he later went on to direct a teaser trailer for the comic book, but we’ve heard little about the film adaptation since then. And even longer ago, Matthew Vaughn was attached to produce American Jesus, as a followup to his […]

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- Jack Giroux

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Alexandra Cocean joins Voltage Pictures

19 April 2016 12:54 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Nicolas Chartier and Jonathan Deckter have bolstered their sales ranks in the run-up to Cannes.

Alexandra Cocean has joined Voltage Pictures as senior vice-president of international sales and will report to president of international sales and distribution John Fremes.

Cocean will handle sales of the company’s titles in Apac, Eastern Europe, Turkey and Africa. Voltage CEO Chartier and COO Deckter made the announcement on Tuesday.

She arrives from Lightning Entertainment, where she served as vice-president of international sales. Prior to that she held executive positions at Myriad, Revelations Entertainment, and New Films.

“We are really excited to have Alexandra at Voltage,” said Fremes. She brings a wealth of experience, great relationships, and a high level of energy and enthusiasm with her to the company.”

Cocean said was “thrilled at the opportunity to work with all the great talent at Voltage, which is a leader in the film distribution and production world.”

Voltage Pictures is in post-production »

- jeremykay67@gmail.com (Jeremy Kay)

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Alexandra Cocean joins Voltage Pictures sales team

19 April 2016 12:54 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Nicolas Chartier and Jonathan Deckter have bolstered their sales ranks in the run-up to Cannes.

Alexandra Cocean has joined Voltage Pictures as senior vice-president of international sales and will report to president of international sales and distribution John Fremes.

Cocean will handle sales of the company’s titles in Apac, Eastern Europe, Turkey and Africa. Voltage CEO Chartier and COO Deckter made the announcement on Tuesday.

She arrives from Lightning Entertainment, where she served as vice-president of international sales. Prior to that she held executive positions at Myriad, Revelations Entertainment, and New Films.

“We are really excited to have Alexandra at Voltage,” said Fremes. She brings a wealth of experience, great relationships, and a high level of energy and enthusiasm with her to the company.”

Cocean said was “thrilled at the opportunity to work with all the great talent at Voltage, which is a leader in the film distribution and production world.”

Voltage Pictures is in post-production »

- jeremykay67@gmail.com (Jeremy Kay)

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Camino Movie Review

3 April 2016 10:19 PM, PDT | ShockYa | See recent ShockYa news »

Title: Camino XLrator Media Director: Josh C. Waller Writer: Daniel Noah Cast: Zoë Bell, Nacho Vigalondo, Sheila Vand, Dominic Rains, Kevin Pollak Running time: 103 min Rated: Unrated (Violence & Language) In Theaters: March 4, 2016 Available On VOD And iTUNES: March 8, 2016 Set in 1985, award winning photo journalist Avery Taggert (Zoë Bell, Death Proof) is used to taking tough assignments. In order to get over the lost love of her life (Dominic Rains, Captain America: The Winter Soldier), she embeds herself in her work.  She takes a job where she follows a Spanish revolutionary named Guillermo ”El Guero” (Nacho Vigalondo, Rewind) and his team (Francisco BarreiroSheila VandJason CanelaNancy Gomez) in  [ Read More ]

The post Camino Movie Review appeared first on Shockya.com. »

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Spanish film-makers to follow: the magnificent seven

1 April 2016 3:06 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Who are the exciting new film-makers emerging from Spain? Elisabet Cabeza profiles seven to keep an eye on.Esteban Crespo

Experienced in TV documentaries, short films and commercials, this Madrid-born film-maker had a significant career breakthrough with his successful short That Wasn’t Me (Aquel No Era Yo), which won the Goya for best short film in 2013 and the Oscar for best live-action short film in 2014. Crespo is now working on his first feature, To Love (Amar), about an adolescent couple in love, based on his own script. Shooting starts in April in Valencia and Avalon is producing. Crespo is then set to direct another thriller, Black Beach, produced by Lazona. He is repped by CAA in the Us and by Anxo Talent in Spain.  

Contact Agent: anxo@zigguratfilms.com

Leticia Dolera

Chainsaw in hand and wearing a blood-spattered bridal dress — this is how Leticia Dolera appeared in Rec 3, the third instalment in the successful zombie franchise »

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[Review] Alienated

24 March 2016 11:29 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Who isn’t self-centered? If you find someone, please let me know, because I don’t think that person exists. Even when we are at our most compassionate, empathetic, or charitable, our actions are still our own. We do what we do out of love — molding our lives as society or religion deems moral. Action or inaction is a choice no one can make for us. Our weakness or strength allows us to be manipulated or stand tall, not the other person’s ability to sell. And this fact is only amplified with marriage. We go in believing love to be a great unifier, erasing the board on individuality so a team can take its place. Instead, doing something for your spouse may actually be the most selfish act of all.

With a central conceit revolving around a possible alien invasion, it’s easy to perhaps be disappointed to learn »

- Jared Mobarak

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March 2016 VOD Releases Include Ava’S Possessions, Baskin, Emelie, The Revenant

21 March 2016 1:30 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

For those of you genre fans out there always on the lookout for interesting horror and sci-fi films to enjoy from the comfort of your own home, March’s VOD selections feature several great indie movies that should make for some entertaining viewings this month.

Ava’s Possessions, a film I really dug out of last year’s SXSW Film Festival, is finally making its way onto VOD this Friday and Emelie, the babysitter thriller from Dark Sky Films, is also getting a digital release that day. Other titles arriving on VOD in early March include The Wave, Road Games and Camino.

The month’s VOD titles are being capped off by a film that I’ve been excited to see for some time, Baskin, which is being released by IFC Midnight on March 25th. Other notable VOD titles for March include Dudes & Dragons, You’re Killing Me, A Haunting »

- Heather Wixson

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Garry Marshall Eyes Reunion With Anne Hathaway For Princess Diaries 3

15 March 2016 3:24 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Director Garry Marshall has expressed his desire to jump-start a Princess Diaries 3 – but not without ensuring Anne Hathaway is fully on board.

One thing that will at the very least push those plans is Hathaway’s pregnancy. As Marshall tells People, the wheels won’t be set in motion until the actress is back on her feet, though judging by the director’s comments, returning to reprise her role as Mia Thermopolis – her breakout role, no less – is high on Hathaway’s calling card.

“I was with Anne Hathaway a couple weeks ago, it looks like we want to do ‘Princess Diaries 3’ in Manhattan,” Marshall told People. “Anne Hathaway is very pregnant, so we have to wait until she has the baby and then I think we’re going to do it.”

First released under Disney in 2001 followed by a sequel in 2004, Hathaway played the role of a wide-eyed teenager »

- Michael Briers

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Review Round-Up: Nina Forever, Camino and The Corpse Of Anna Fritz

7 March 2016 12:30 PM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Nina Forever: Relationships are complicated, and even when you think you’ve moved on past a former lover, you still carry traces of that person’s influence with you for a while. That’s the theme at the heart of Nina Forever, the darkly comedic feature film debut from Ben and Chris Blaine that follows new couple Holly (Abigail Hardingham) and Rob (Cian Barry) as they contend with the return of Nina (Fiona O’Shaughnessy), Rob’s former girlfriend who was killed during a car accident and decides to pop up during their first time having sex. And that’s only the beginning of the awkwardness that continues to build between the trio throughout Nina Forever.

What I really enjoyed about Nina Forever was the approach that the Blaine Brothers take in tackling their complicated ideas; there are no easy answers here and the way the filmmakers handle topics like obsession, »

- Heather Wixson

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Film Review: ‘Camino’

6 March 2016 6:10 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

As if her first teaming with director Josh C. Waller on his 2013 debut feature, “Raze” — involving a sort of lethal female fight club — weren’t punishing enough, Zoe Bell gets pummeled (and occasionally shot) throughout most of “Camino.” This thriller abandons that earlier pic’s featureless underground interiors for dense jungle terrain, but otherwise similarly trades in violent action as our photojournalist heroine flees the anti-government freedom fighters who’ve turned on her. Set in 1985 Colombia, “Camino” is a competent but unmemorable B-movie that eschews any real political content in favor of simple, brutal survival melodrama with scant room for surprises in plot, character or directorial style. Bowing on VOD and iTunes March 8, just days after a limited theatrical launch, this resourceful low-budgeter should do well enough as a streaming item in various markets.

Having just won a photojournalist-of-the-year award for her coverage of war zones, Avery Taggert (Bell) is »

- Dennis Harvey

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Interview with Nacho Vigalondo (Timecrimes/Camino)

6 March 2016 9:02 AM, PST | QuietEarth.us | See recent QuietEarth news »

Nacho Vigalondo is one of the most interesting filmmakers working today. Breaking into the scene with his modern classic Timecrimes, his output since has been consistently challenging both formally and thematically. From his prescient hacking/stalking thriller Open Windows, which takes place entirely on one computer screen, to his intimate alien invasion romance, Extraterrestrial, his films never fail to come at genre with a new spin.

But before Vigalondo became known [Continued ...] »

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Icons of Fright/Nightmarish Conjurings’ James H. Carter II Chats With Camino Star Zoe Bell!

4 March 2016 3:43 PM, PST | iconsoffright.com | See recent Icons of Fright news »

*Editor’s Note – While I was able to have a chat with Camino (in theaters now and on VOD/iTunes beginning March 8th)’s villain, Nacho Vigalondo, our good friends Shannon McGrew and James H. Carter II over at Nightmarish Conjurings were nice enough to review the film (here) and have a chat with one of the most badass human beings around: the lethal and lovely Zoe Bell. Playing a photo journalist who happens to comes across the wrong thing at the wrong time, Bell’s character has to survive in the jungle and try to make it out alive. -Jerry

 

James H. Carter II: You are one of the few stunt performers that have also been the lead in several films. What different approaches do you take for an anonymous stunt role as opposed to a lead acting role?

Zoe Bell: I take a vastly different approach to each. »

- Shannon McGrew

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Icons of Fright Chat With Camino Star Nacho Vigalondo!

4 March 2016 3:13 PM, PST | iconsoffright.com | See recent Icons of Fright news »

Director Nacho Vigalondo blew film goers away with his 2007 time-travel thriller Timecrimes, a film that redefined the genre and offered a very smart look at the time travel film fare. Always the maverick, Vigalondo continued to offer new and interesting films, like 2014’s Open Windows and his eerie entry into the horror anthology film V/H/S/:Viral. Now stepping in front of the camera in Josh C. Waller (Raze)’s action film Camino (in theaters now and on VOD and iTunes on March 8th.), Vigalondo gives viewers one hell of a villain in Guillermo, a very dangerous man intent on silencing star Zoe Bell for good. We had a chat with Vigalondo about the film and a Very memorable (at least to us) karaoke performance. Read on!

 

I wouldn’t have pegged you as a villain in a film, how did your involvement come about?

It was Josh and Daniel’s idea. »

- Jerry Smith

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Review: Camino

4 March 2016 3:11 PM, PST | iconsoffright.com | See recent Icons of Fright news »

Whether Zoe Bell is lead actress in a movie or doing stunt work for films by Quentin Tarantino, one thing is for sure, Zoe Bell is badass. Leading up to seeing a screener of director Josh C. Waller’s film, Camino, I had only known Zoe Bell’s work as mostly that of a stunt woman. When I found out she was going to be in Waller’s film, I was excited to see what else she would bring to the table as a leading actress, and let me tell you, she did not disappoint.

Camino, set in the jungles of Columbia, is about Avery (Zoe Bell) a photojournalist who goes on assignment to follow a group of missionaries (Sheila Vand, Tenoch Huerta, Francisco Barreiro, Nancy Gomez, and Jason Canela), lead by the charismatic Guillermo (Nacho Vigalondo), as they bring medicine and supplies to villages in the area. However, Avery »

- Shannon McGrew

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In Camino, Zoe Bell Fights For Her Life

3 March 2016 10:00 AM, PST | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

Josh Waller's Camino premiered last September in front of a packed theatre -- or actually, three of them simultaneously at Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas. Starring Zoe Bell, Nacho Vigalondo, and Francisco Barriero, Camino posits Bell as an award-winning photojournalist who gets pulled into a job in Colombia photographing freedom fighters. To put it lightly, problems arise when she captures something on film she's not supposed to see, and then she must fight for her life as she's pursued throughout the jungle. However, Camino isn't just an action film, and Bell's character isn't just chased by bloodthirsty men and women. There are also the memories of her late husband, which help to keep her from giving up when she's been beaten to a green and red pulp. The...

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Exclusive Clip: Camino, "You Know How I Get," Says Zoë Bell

18 February 2016 7:30 AM, PST | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

Stuntwoman turned leading lady Zoë Bell and filmmaker turned villain Nacho Vigalondo star in Camino, which our own Michele "Izzy" Galgana liked quite a bit, stating in part: "The dichotomy of loss and sorrow against action in this survivalist adventure is what allows the film to work; this isn't some Chuck Norris film (however entertaining those can be)." The setup is that Bell is "an award-winning photojournalist who gets pulled into a job in Colombia photographing freedom fighters." Vigalondo portrays their leader, a charismatic sort with a strong will who will let nothing stop him from accomplishing his own goals. We have an exclusive clip from early in the film, focusing on a more intimate moment involving Ms. Bell. It's a key moment that will...

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Trailer for Camino starring Zoe Bell and Nacho Vigalondo

26 January 2016 8:00 PM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

A new trailer has arrived online for director Josh C. Waller’s upcoming action thriller Camino which stars Zoe Bell and Nacho Vigalondo. Check it out below after the official synopsis…

Set in 1985, war photographer Avery Taggert (Zoe Bell) has built a solid career with her stark and honest imagery, all the while remaining emotionally distant from her subjects. When she embeds in the jungles of Colombia with a squad of missionaries led by a beloved and charismatic Spaniard known as “El Guero” (Nacho Vigalondo), she finds herself in the middle of a conflict as violent as any she’s photographed. One night, she happens upon El Guero committing a heinous atrocity, capturing the vile act on film, an image with the potential to discredit and destroy El Guero. Knowing this brilliant psychopath will employ every tactic at his disposal to destroy that photograph – and the photographer who took it »

- Amie Cranswick

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Zoe Bell And Nacho Vigalondo Face Off In First Camino Trailer

26 January 2016 12:00 PM, PST | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

Stunt performer extraordinaire and frequent Quentin Tarantino collaborator Zoe Bell takes the lead in Camino, the latest from McCanick director Josh C Waller with Timecrimes and Open Windows helmer Nacho Vigalondo chewing up scenery in the villain role. Set in 1985, war photographer Avery Taggert (Zoë Bell) has built a solid career with her stark and honest imagery, all the while remaining emotionally distant from her subjects. When she embeds in the jungles of Colombia with a squad of missionaries led by a beloved and charismatic Spaniard known as "El Guero" (Nacho Vigalondo), she finds herself in the middle of a conflict as violent as any she's photographed. One night, she happens upon El Guero committing a heinous atrocity, capturing the vile act on film,...

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Zoe Bell & Nacho Vigalondo Get Nasty in Camino [Trailer]

25 January 2016 12:42 PM, PST | QuietEarth.us | See recent QuietEarth news »

I've been itching to see the violent jungle thriller Camino since Carlos Prime sang its praises coming out of Fantastic Fest last year. The film's first trailer has finally dropped and it looks as good as expected, with Spanish filmmaker/actor Nacho Vigalondo (Time Crimes, Open Windows) turning in a manic performance while Zoe Bell does what she does best - kick ass and throw herself off stuff.

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Set in 1985, war photographer Avery Taggert (Zoë Bell) has built a solid career with her stark and honest imagery, all the [Continued ...] »

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Camino (2015) Movie Trailer & Poster: Nacho Vigalondo Now In Front Of The Camera

22 January 2016 8:37 AM, PST | Film-Book | See recent Film-Book news »

Camino Movie Trailer and Movie Poster. Josh C. Waller‘s Camino (2015) movie trailer stars Nacho VigalondoZoë Bell and Sheila VandCamino‘s plot synopsis: “In the jungles of Columbia, a photojournalist captures the truth behind a group of missionaries who may not be what they seem.” According to LiveForFilms, Camino is “Set in 1985, war photographer Avery Taggert (Zoe Bell) has built […] »

- Marco Margaritoff

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