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The Past, Present, and Future of Real-Time Films Part One

17 October 2014 8:00 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

What do film directors Alfred Hitchcock, Stanley Kubrick, Agnès Varda, Robert Wise, Fred Zinnemann, Luis Buñuel, Alain Resnais, Roman Polanski, Sidney Lumet, Robert Altman, Louis Malle, Richard Linklater, Tom Tykwer, Alexander Sokurov, Paul Greengrass, Song Il-Gon, Alfonso Cuarón, and Alejandro Iñárritu have in common? More specifically, what type of film have they directed, setting them apart from fewer than 50 of their filmmaking peers? Sorry, “comedy” or “drama” isn’t right. If you’ve looked at this article’s headline, you’ve probably already guessed that the answer is that they’ve all made “real-time” films, or films that seemed to take about as long as their running time.

The real-time film has long been a sub-genre without much critical attention, but the time of the real-time film has come. Cuarón’s Gravity (2013), which was shot and edited so as to seem like a real-time film, floated away with the most 2014 Oscars, »

- Daniel Smith-Rowsey

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Towie's Elliott Wright and Chloe Sims confirm split

14 October 2014 8:51 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Towie star Elliott Wright has confirmed that he has split up with co-star Chloe Sims after six months together.

The pair began dating on the Brentwood-based reality TV show earlier this year and have recently featured (very happily) together as the series films its current special in Ibiza.

A representative for Elliott, who is cousin to former Towie star Mark Wright, told MailOnline: "They have split - they're taking a break.

"They want to be responsible parents and decided to call things off before things got bitter."

The pair both have children from previous relationships.

Elliott told Digital Spy in Ibiza last month that he was "very happy [in the relationship] at the minute".

When asked about potentially popping the question to Chloe, he replied: "I don't know about that! We have to wait and see... People have asked about my proposal to Chloe, and as much as I love you, the first »

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Guy Pearce And Dominic West Join Literary Drama, Genius

26 September 2014 8:29 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Adaptations have always been a go-to source for filmmakers. There’s never a dearth of material when authors are writing and publishing more titles than ever before. Some of cinema’s finest achievements stem from adapted screenplays, themselves inspired by the words of best-selling writers. The adaptation trend continues to thrive with today’s news. Movement on literary world drama Genius, is moving forward.

Guy Pearce and Dominic West have signed on to appear in Michael Grandage’s directorial debut. Best known for his work in the theatre world, Grandage has assembled a solid cast for his first feature. Colin Firth, Laura Linney, Nicole Kidman and Jude Law have already committed to the project, based on the novel Max Perkins: Editor Of Genius by A. Scott Berg.

Pearce is slated to play F. Scott Fitzgerald, in this biopic of one of the writing world’s most well-respected editors, Max Perkins. »

- Gem Seddon

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Odyssey DVD Re-Launch 6 Classic Films Including ‘Glengarry Glen Ross’, ‘Julia’ & ‘Electra Glide In Blue’

16 September 2014 11:45 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Thn are pleased to share the news that renowned independent distributor Odyssey DVD is re-launching in the UK and returns with a fantastic slate of cult and classic films. Including box office hits and all-star casts, the first six films are Grey Owl, Glengarry Glen Ross, Drums Along The Mohawk, Electra Glide In Blue, Dirty Mary Crazy Larry and Julia, released through September to October.

Up first is the still astonishingly-impressive Glengarry Glen Ross (1992), with the all-star cast of Al Pacino, Jack Lemmon, Alan Arkin, Ed Harris, Kevin Spacey, and Alec Baldwin. The acclaimed film is based upon David Mamet’s award-winning and follows a group of desperate real estate agents in Chicago. Think of it as a low-key Margin Call or Wolf Of Wall Street of its day. When a hotshot executive (Alec Baldwin) from the head office arrives and proposes a vicious sales competition, in which the losers are fired, »

- Dan Bullock

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Board of Governors Bias: Bacall, Garbo Among Rare Female Winners of Academy's Honorary Award

4 September 2014 2:58 PM, PDT | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Honorary Oscars have bypassed women: Angela Lansbury, Lauren Bacall among rare exceptions (photo: 2013 Honorary Oscar winner Angela Lansbury and Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award winner Angelina Jolie) September 4, 2014, Introduction: This four-part article on the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Honorary Awards and the dearth of female Honorary Oscar winners was originally posted in February 2007. The article was updated in February 2012 and fully revised before its republication today. All outdated figures regarding the Honorary Oscars and the Academy's other Special Awards have been "scratched out," with the updated numbers and related information inserted below each affected paragraph or text section. See also "Honorary Oscars 2014 addendum" at the bottom of this post. At the 1936 Academy Awards ceremony, groundbreaking film pioneer D.W. Griffith, by then a veteran with more than 500 shorts and features to his credit — among them the epoch-making The Birth of a Nation and Intolerance — became the first individual to »

- Andre Soares

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Hear 3 tracks from the Broadway-bound 'From Here to Eternity'

4 September 2014 1:20 PM, PDT | EW.com - PopWatch | See recent EW.com - PopWatch news »

Yes, there will be some beach makeouts.

Burt Lancaster and Deborah Kerr got pulses racing in From Here to Eternity back in 1953, and the new musical of James Jones’ heralded WWII novel aims to raise temperatures yet again. Starting Oct. 2 (with more showtimes in the week following), Fathom Events and Omniverse Vision will broadcast the London stage production to nearly 400 digital cinemas across the U.S., which will feature 20 minutes of bonus footage and behind the scenes extras. EW has procured three exclusive tracks from the production.

The West End musical stars Darius Campbell and Rebecca Thornhill in the same roles, »

- Jason Clark

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Review: WWII Triple Feature: "Attack" (1955), "Beach Red" (1967) And "Attack On The Iron Coast"

19 August 2014 3:49 AM, PDT | Cinemaretro.com | See recent CinemaRetro news »

By Lee Pfeiffer 

Now this is what you call a bargain: three terrific WWII flicks for only $10 on Amazon, courtesy of Shout! Factory's Timeless Media label, which continues to distribute first rate editions of films that were often considered to be second-rate at the time of their initial release. This "War Film Triple Feature" package includes three gems that were not particularly notable at the time of their release. Two have grown in stature, while the third has benefited only from Cinema Retro writer Howard Hughes' enthusiastic coverage in issue #25. The films included in the set are:

"Attack" (1955)- During the period of WWII, both the Allied and Axis film industries concentrated on feature films that were pure propaganda designed to motivate their fighting men and the public at large. By the early-to-mid-1950s, however,  more introspective viewpoints emerged among Hollywood directors and writers. With the conflict now over, »

- nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro)

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Watch: 25-Minute Documentary On The Underappreciated Montgomery Clift

12 August 2014 10:45 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

In discussions regarding the beginnings of onscreen method acting, Montgomery Clift is often unfairly shunted away in favor of Marlon Brando and James Dean. The actor first came to prominence in 1948, courtesy of lead roles in both Fred Zinnemann’s WWII film “The Search” and opposite John Wayne in Howard Hawks’s "Red River." Clift went on to celluloid immortality via films like "From Here To Eternity," "I Confess," "Judgment At Nuremberg" and "A Place In Sun," earning four Oscar nominations along the way. A documentary examining Clift's life and work from the early nineties has surfaced, and is an excellent primer for his exceptional and yet underexamined career. Despite his distaste for "business as usual" in Hollywood and some poor career choices, Clift could very well have been as celebrated as the two famous contemporaries mentioned above. But a near-fatal car crash in 1956 »

- Cain Rodriguez

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Pop Idol: Zoe Birkett, Rik Waller - where are they now?

16 July 2014 9:07 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

We're not going to lie - when we found out that Zoe Birkett was entering the Big Brother house earlier this week, the Digital Spy office got very excited indeed. What a blast from the past - and how much the "little podgy kid from Pop Idol with the dreadlocks" (her words, not ours) has grown up in the last 13 years. But it got us thinking - what happened to the other contestants? We put on our deerstalker, pulled out our magnifying glass and started digging...

Series One

Korben

Korben, whose real name is Chris Niblett, now seems to be going by the hybrid Korben Niblett. He previously worked at Jemma Kidd Make Up School, but according to his LinkedIn page (oh yes), earlier this year he launched his own company, Evolve Beauty. Not so much of the singing anymore, then...

Rik Waller

Well, for one thing, he's not Rik anymore - it's Richard now! »

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'The Good, the Bad and the Ugly' Star Eli Wallach Passes Away at Age 98

25 June 2014 9:28 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Legendary actor Eli Wallach, best known for his role as the villainous Tuco in The Good the Bad and the Ugly, passed away in New York City yesterday at the age of 98. The actor's passing was confirmed by his daughter, Katherine.

Born in 1915 in the Red Hook neighborhood of Brooklyn, Eli Wallach began studying acting after receiving a B.A. and M.S. in education from the University of Texas and City College of New York. His acting ambitions were cut short when he was drafted to serve in World War II, but he began acting in several plays upon his return to New York in 1945. In 1948, he was one of the 20 core actors who helped found The Actor's Studio, where he honed his method acting craft.

He won a Tony Award in 1951 for his performance in Tennessee Williams' The Rose Tattoo, which was directed by Elia Kazan. Tennessee Williams »

- MovieWeb

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Darius Campbell doesn't regret turning down Simon Cowell contract

25 June 2014 7:58 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Darius Campbell has revealed that he doesn't regret turning down Simon Cowell's offer of a record contract.

The 'Rushes' star - who appeared on Popstars and then on Pop Idol a year later - admitted in an interview with Hello that he feels "lucky" that when he auditioned no-one knew how big the shows would be.

"All I cared about was getting a record deal and releasing songs I'd written," he said. "When Simon Cowell offered me a contract and I turned it down, it seemed like the obvious thing to do.

"I understand why people thought I was mad to do it, but if I hadn't, I wouldn't have a number one with 'Colourblind'. I would just have been doing covers and then nobody would have heard of me ever again. I'm so lucky to be able to do what I love without having to beat to the »

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Eli Wallach, 'The Good, the Bad & the Ugly' Star, Dead at 98

25 June 2014 7:40 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

He played cotton-gin owners, military officers, monsignors, rabbis, truck drivers, Shakespearean heroes  — even a Batman villain. But Eli Wallach, who passed away at age 98 due to causes unknown, is best known to a generation of moviegoers as the ultimate bandolero-wearing bandito, thanks to two iconic roles: Calvera, the leader of the frontier thugs who terrorize a Mexican village in The Magnificent Seven (1960); and Tuco, the "ugly" of Sergio Leone's epic Spaghetti Western The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966). When you think of a stubbled outlaw villain, the kind »

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Live screenings 'do not harm theatres'

25 June 2014 4:54 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

The National Theatre’s live cinema screening programme, Nt Live, has no negative impact on England theatres, according to new research.

Innovation foundation Nesta, in partnership with the Audience Agency’s Audience Finder programme, found that theatre attendance was not affected by cinema broadcasts of National Theatre shows. In fact, London theatres saw an increase of 6.4% in attendance in areas near Nt Live screenings.

“Cinema-goers at Nt Live productions are a captive audience for theatres,” said Hasan Bakhshi, director of creative economy at Nesta.

David Sabel, director of broadcast and digital at the National Theatre, said Nt Live, along with the expansion of the theatre’s live touring, are beneficial and have enabled hundreds of thousands of people to experience the theatre’s work.

“We believe that the more great drama people are able to see, the more they are likely to want to go to the theatre,” he said.

These findings »

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Eli Wallach, ‘The Good, the Bad and the Ugly’ Star, Dies at 98

24 June 2014 10:07 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Tony- and Emmy-winning actor Eli Wallach, a major proponent of “the Method” style of acting best known for his starring role in Elia Kazan’s film “Baby Doll” and for his role as villain Tuco in iconic spaghetti Western “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly,” died on Tuesday, according to the New York Times. He was 98.

On the bigscreen Wallach had few turns as a leading man, but none was as strong as his first starring role in 1956’s “Baby Doll,” in which he played a leering cotton gin owner intent on seducing the virgin bride (Carroll Baker) of his business rival (Karl Malden). But he appeared in more than 80 films, offering colorful turns in character roles in movies such as “The Magnificent Seven,” “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly,” “Nuts,” “Lord Jim,” “The Misfits” and “The Two Jakes.”

The actor, who appeared in a wide variety of stage, »

- Carmel Dagan

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Eli Wallach, ‘The Good, the Bad and the Ugly’ Star, Dies at 98

24 June 2014 10:07 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Tony- and Emmy-winning actor Eli Wallach, a major proponent of “the Method” style of acting best known for his starring role in Elia Kazan’s film “Baby Doll” and for his role as villain Tuco in iconic spaghetti Western “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly,” died on Tuesday, according to the New York Times. He was 98.

On the bigscreen Wallach had few turns as a leading man, but none was as strong as his first starring role in 1956’s “Baby Doll,” in which he played a leering cotton gin owner intent on seducing the virgin bride (Carroll Baker) of his business rival (Karl Malden). But he appeared in more than 80 films, offering colorful turns in character roles in movies such as “The Magnificent Seven,” “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly,” “Nuts,” “Lord Jim,” “The Misfits” and “The Two Jakes.”

The actor, who appeared in a wide variety of stage, »

- Carmel Dagan

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The Definitive War Movies: 40-31

10 June 2014 11:20 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

I promise – it wasn’t my plan to have seven of the ten films on this portion of the list focus on World War II. But, if we look back at the biggest international conflicts of all time, World War II is the one that provides the most opportunity. It’s a chance for a number of different countries to look at the same war from different perspectives. In this portion alone, there’s a French film, a German film, a Hungarian film, a couple British/American films, and a few American films – all about varied aspects of World War II.

courtesy of fmvmagazine.com

40. The Killing Fields (1984)

Directed by: Roland Joffé

Conflict: Cambodian Civil War

For all the films made about World War II and larger scale conflicts, the few that depict smaller, more concentrated ones are sometimes more effective. Roland Joffé’s 1984 drama The Killing Fields hones in on Cambodia, »

- Joshua Gaul

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Can Sony Classics land two Best Actor nominations for 'Foxcatcher?'

20 May 2014 11:43 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

I was glued to the Twitter application of my iPhone Sunday night waiting for the reactions to Bennett Miller's "Foxcatcher" to roll in as the film bowed in Competition at the Cannes Film Festival. It was interesting to watch the first wave of knee-jerks, all of them just a touch muted, I assume because Miller is not a filmmaker whose movies hit you right away. They kind of seep into you the more you spin away from them, and I got the feeling "Foxcatcher" is absolutely one such example. We were all more or less expecting something special out of Steve Carell here. From photos and that early trailer that slipped out last fall, it was clear he had undergone a transformation for the role of multimillionaire murderer John du Pont, both physically and professionally. And indeed, all indications are that it is a career-altering portrayal. Here's one juicy »

- Kristopher Tapley

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Hot Guys Kissing On the Beach

9 April 2014 12:44 PM, PDT | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

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It’s an ad for the Florida/France Festival, and it features two hot guys rolling around on the shore and kissing. Clearly they’ve borrowed the concept from that classic scene in From Here to Eternity– the one with Deborah Kerr being ravished by the waves and a hunky Burt Lancaster. We approve!

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- Ed Kennedy

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First Kiss needs to be remade with grotty, normal people

12 March 2014 7:50 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

First Kiss is a three-minute film in which beautiful hipsters snog for the first time. I want to see another version that reflects the disturbing reality of tongue-tussling with a total stranger

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It's rare for a video to light up social media because of its beauty – usually the decisive factor tends to either be a quantifiably large amount of kittens or footage of Boris Johnson getting pantsed by a toddler and falling into a big cake – but that's what happened yesterday. Film-maker Tatia Pilieva's short video First Kiss sent a tidal wave of soppiness across the internet, and it was all down to the subject matter.

If you haven't seen First Kiss yet, it's a three and a half minute film where 20 strangers snog for the first time. It begins with all manner of awkward small talk – introductions and anxious »

- Stuart Heritage

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The Most Likely Oscar Scenario for ‘American Hustle’

24 February 2014 6:30 AM, PST | Scott Feinberg | See recent Scott Feinberg news »

By Terence Johnson

Managing Editor

American Hustle earned itself a place alongside some great films in Oscar history when it managed to nab four acting nominations in the four acting categories. Amy Adams, Christian Bale, Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence all find themselves in competition once again, but many are predicting American Hustle to go home empty handed. However, odds are that a film with four acting nominations, never mind the 10 overall nominations including Picture, Director and Screenplay. So what is most likely for American Hustle to pick up acting wise?

In the 86 year history of the Academy Awards, there have been 15 films that have managed the all four acting nominations feat. Below are the films and listed beside are the acting awards each of them won.

1936: My Man Godfrey – 0 wins

1942: Mrs. Miniver – Best Actress (Greer Garson), Best Supporting Actress (Teresa Wright) [Best Picture Winner]

1943: For Whom the Bell Tolls »

- Terence Johnson

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