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San Sebastian to honour Gael García Bernal by Amber Wilkinson - 2016-08-03 11:54:39

3 August 2016 3:54 AM, PDT | eyeforfilm.co.uk | See recent eyeforfilm.co.uk news »

Gael García Bernal to received inaugural Latin American Cinema Award at San Sebastian Photo: Courtesy of San Sebastian Film Festival The San Sebastian Film Festival has announced that it is inaugurating a Latin Cinema Award this year. The first recipient will be given to Gael García Bernal.

The Mexican actor - who also has a number of directing and producing credits - will receive his award at the Gala screening of Pablo Larraín’s Neruda, in which he co-stars.

Festival director José Luis Rebordinos said: “The creation of this award represents a new landmark in the Festival’s relationship with the Latin world, making for even stronger ties with its film industry while expressing appreciation for our filmmakers’ work”.

This will be Bernal’s third visit to the Festival since he came with his debut film Amores Perros, selected in 2000. He returned in 2001 in support of Y Tu Mamá También »

- Amber Wilkinson

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The Furniture: Merrily We Dance in Hail Caesar!

13 June 2016 8:40 AM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

"The Furniture" is our weekly series on Production Design. Here's Daniel Walber...

Hobie Doyle is out of his element. Tossed from the great outdoors into the drawing room by the head of the studio, Alden Ehrenreich’s cowboy careens into words with hilarious indelicacy. It might be the single funniest scene in the Coen Brothers’ Hail Caesar!, now available on DVD and Blu-Ray, or at least a close second place to the hysterical clerical debate. It also has one of the most interesting sets, if not the flashiest.

The production in question is "Merrily We Dance," a genteel comedy by the director Laurence Laurentz (Ralph Fiennes). A hodge-podge of George Cukor and Noel Coward, he stands in for the not-quite-closeted geniuses of the era. The film, which seems to fall somewhere between Private Lives and Dinner at Eight, sends a jilted lover to an upscale party from which the hostess has absconded to Lake Onondaga »

- Daniel Walber

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The Eclipse Viewer – Episode 43 – Alexander Korda’s Private Lives

5 June 2016 5:00 AM, PDT | CriterionCast | See recent CriterionCast news »

This podcast focuses on Criterion’s Eclipse Series of DVDs. Hosts David Blakeslee and Trevor Berrett give an overview of each box and offer their perspectives on the unique treasures they find inside. In this episode, David and Trevor discuss Eclipse Series 16: Alexander Korda’s Private Lives.

About the films:

Though born to modest means in Hungary, Alexander Korda would go on to become one of the most important filmmakers in the history of British cinema. A producer, writer, and director who navigated toward subjects of major historical significance and mythical distinction, Korda made a name for his production company, London Films, with the Oscar-winning The Private Life of Henry VIII. He then continued his populist investigation behind the scenes and in the bedrooms of such figures as Catherine the Great, Don Juan, and Rembrandt. Mixing stately period drama with surprising satire, these films are exemplars of grand 1930s moviemaking. »

- David Blakeslee

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The Eclipse Viewer – Episode 42 – Chantal Akerman in the Seventies

29 April 2016 12:00 PM, PDT | CriterionCast | See recent CriterionCast news »

This podcast focuses on Criterion’s Eclipse Series of DVDs. Hosts David Blakeslee and Trevor Berrett give an overview of each box and offer their perspectives on the unique treasures they find inside. In this episode, David and Trevor are joined by Lady P from the FlixWise podcast to discuss Eclipse Series 19: Chantal Akerman in the Seventies.

About the films:

Over the past four decades, Belgian director Chantal Akerman (Jeanne Dielman, 23, quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles) has created one of cinema’s most distinctive bodies of work—formally daring, often autobiographical films about people and places, time and space. In this collection, we present the early films that put her on the map: intensely personal, modernist investigations of cities, history, family, and sexuality, made in the 1970s in the United States and Europe and strongly influenced by the New York experimental film scene. Bold and iconoclastic, these five films pushed »

- David Blakeslee

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Actor Alan Rickman Dies At Age 69

14 January 2016 7:31 AM, PST | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

(Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File)

The world has lost British great, Alan Rickman. The actor sadly died at the age of 69.

From the AP:

Rickman’s family said Thursday that the actor had died after a battle with cancer.

Born to a working-class London family in 1946 and trained at the prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Rickman was often cast as the bad guy; with his rich, languid voice he could invest evil with wicked, irresistible relish.

His breakout role was as scheming French aristocrat the Vicomte de Valmont in an acclaimed 1985 Royal Shakespeare Company production of Christopher Hampton’s “Les Liaisons Dangereuses.”

Film roles included the psychopathic villain Hans Gruber who tormented Bruce Willis in “Die Hard” in 1988; a deceased lover who consoles his bereaved partner in 1990’s “Truly Madly Deeply”; the wicked Sheriff of Nottingham in “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves” in 1991; and a wayward husband in 2003 romantic comedy “Love Actually. »

- Movie Geeks

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Alan Rickman, Harry Potter and Die Hard Actor, Dead at 69

14 January 2016 6:17 AM, PST | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Veteran stage and screen actor Alan Rickman, best known to American audience for his roles as Severus Snape in the Harry Potter films and Hans Gruber in Die Hard, has died of cancer. He was 69 years old. Rickman arrived in New York with the Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of Les Liaisons Dangereuses in 1987. He was nominated for a Tony for his role as Vicomte de Valmont in the production, and the actor would receive another Tony nomination in 2002 for his work in Private Lives. Rickman was also presented with countless awards and honors for his work on the screen during the past five

Alan Rickman, Harry Potter and Die Hard Actor, Dead at 69 »

- Chris King

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