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Cafe Society, Elle, Wilderpeople and More at Hong Kong Summer Film Fest

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This year's Hong Kong Summer International Film Festival - curated by the Hkiff Cinefan programme - revealed its line-up this morning, with Woody Allen's Cafe Society announced as opening film and Paul Verhoeven's Elle closing festivities which run from 16-30 August across the city. New offerings from such celebrated auteurs as Whit Stilman (Love & Friendship), Thomas Vinterberg (The Commune), Terrence Malick (Knight of Cups), Taika Waititi (Hunt for the Wilderpeople) and Stig Bjorkman (Ingrid Bergman in her Own Words) also feature prominently. Asian highlights include De Lan from Liu Jie, two-part Japanese thriller Six Four and Lee Yoon-ki's A Man and a Woman, as well as rockumentary We Are X and documentary The Sion Sono. As always, the festival also features a strong programme of...

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Cannes 2016. Lineup

22 April 2016 8:20 AM, PDT | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

The Festival de Cannes has announced the lineup for the official selection, including the Competition and Un Certain Regard sections, as well as special screenings, for the 69th edition of the festival:COMPETITIONOpening Night: Café Society (Woody Allen) [Out of Competition]Toni Erdmann (Maren Ade)Julieta (Pedro Almodóvar)American Honey (Andrea Arnold)Personal Shopper (Olivier Assayas)La Fille Inconnue (Jean-Pierre Dardenne & Luc Dardenne)Juste La Fin du Monde (Xavier Dolan)Ma Loute (Bruno Dumont)Paterson (Jim Jarmusch)Rester Vertical (Alain Guiraudie)Aquarius (Kleber Mendonça Filho)Mal de Pierres (Nicole Garcia)I, Daniel Blake (Ken Loach)Ma' Rosa (Brillante Mendoza)Bacalaureat (Cristian Mungiu)Loving (Jeff Nichols)Agassi (Park Chan-Wook)The Last Face (Sean Penn)Sieranevada (Cristi Puiu)Elle (Paul Verhoeven)The Neon Demon (Nicolas Winding-Refn)The Salesman (Asgha Farhadi)Un Certain REGARDOpening Film: Clash (Mohamed Diab)Varoonegi (Behnam Behzadi)Apprentice (Boo Junfeng)Voir du Pays (Delphine Coulin & Muriel Coulin)La Danseuse (Stéphanie Di Giusto)La »

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Cannes Classics line-up includes Tavernier documentary

20 April 2016 11:10 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Section to include world premiere of Bertrand Tavernier doc; a cinema masterclass with William Friedkin and a tribute to documentary giants Raymond Depardon and Frederick Wiseman.

Bertrand Tavernier’s documentary about French cinema Voyage à Travers le Cinéma Français will receive a world premiere at the Cannes Classic section of the Cannes Film Festival (May 11-22).

The revered French filmmaker has described his latest work as an expression of “gratitude to all the filmmakers, writers, actors and musicians that have appeared suddenly in my life.”

Voyage à Travers le Cinéma Français is a Little Bear-Gaumont-Pathé co-production and was made in participation with Canal+, Cine+ and the Sacem, with the support of Région Ile-de-France and Cnc. Gaumont will handle international sales and Pathé have distribution in France. The film will be released in theaters in October 2016.  

As in previous years, Cannes Classic will also feature nine documentaries about cinema and restored prints of 20 international classics including rare gems »

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Cannes Classics line-up revealed; world premiere of Bertrand Tavernier documentary

20 April 2016 11:10 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Section to include a cinema masterclass with William Friedkin, the 70th anniversary of the Fipresci prize, a tribute to documentary giants Raymond Depardon and Frederick Wiseman and the double Palme d’Or of 1966.

Bertrand Tavernier’s documentary about French cinema Voyage à Travers le Cinéma Français will receive a world premiere at the Cannes Classic section of the Cannes Film Festival (May 11-22).

The legendary French filmmaker has described his latest work as an expression of “gratitude to all the filmmakers, writers, actors and musicians that have appeared suddenly in my life.”

Voyage à Travers le Cinéma Français is a Little Bear-Gaumont-Pathé co-production and was made in participation with Canal+, Cine+ and the Sacem, with the support of Région Ile-de-France and Cnc. Gaumont will handle international sales and Pathé have distribution in France. The film will be released in theaters in October 2016.  

As in previous years, Cannes Classic will also feature nine documentaries about cinema and restored »

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2016 Cannes Classics Line-Up Includes Restored Films By Kieślowski, Tarkovsky, Godard & More

20 April 2016 8:42 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Now that most of the Cannes Film Festival 2016 line-up has been settled when it comes to new premieres, their Cannes Classics sidebar of restored films is not only a treat for those attending, but a hint at what we can expect to arrive at repertory theaters and labels like Criterion in the coming years.

Today they’ve unveiled their line-up, which is toplined by Bertrand Tavernier‘s new 3-hour and 15-minute documentary about French cinema, Voyage à travers le cinéma français. They will also be screening William Friedkin‘s Sorcerer following his masterclass. Along with various documentaries, both classics in the genre and ones about films, they will also premiere new restorations of Andrei Tarkovsky‘s SolarisJean-Luc Godard‘s Masculin féminin, two episodes of Krzysztof Kieślowski‘s The Decalogue, as well as films from Kenji Mizoguchi, Marlon Brando, Jacques Becker, Mario Bava, and more.

Check out the line-up below. »

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Korea’s Showbox sells 'Violent Prosecutor', 'Man And A Woman'

13 March 2016 3:00 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Raft of deals include sales to Japan, China.

Korea’s Showbox has sold Lee Il-hyung’s hit action drama A Violent Prosecutor and Lee Yoon-ki’s melodrama A Man And A Woman to a slew of territories including Japan and China.

A Violent Prosecutor, starring Hwang Jung-min and Gang Dong-won, made $64m with 9.68 million admissions at the local box office as of March 9.

The film has sold to Japan (Twin), China (Lemon Tree), Taiwan (Movie Cloud), the Philippines (Mvp Viva) and worldwide in-flight rights (Emphasis).

In North America, Dreamwest Pictures USA released A Violent Prosecutor theatrically Feb 19 and Dreamwest Pictures Australia did so in Australia and New Zealand Feb 25.

A Man And A Woman, starring Jeon Do-yeon and Gong Yoo, has sold to Japan (The Klockworx), Taiwan (Av-Jet), the Philippines (Mvp Viva) and worldwide in-flight rights (Emphasis). »

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Korean Box Office Report (February 2016)

4 March 2016 1:06 AM, PST | AsianMoviePulse | See recent AsianMoviePulse news »

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This month more than 20 million people attended the Korean cinemas with sales reaching over $134 million dollars. Korean productions were watched by most of the public (62.54%) and sales pass the $83 million. As for Foreign films there were watched by the 37.46% of the public and sales reach $50 million. For the first time in the last three years the total number of admissions pass the 20 million mark. The release of A Violent Prosecutor by Lee Il-hyung attracted a lot of people and really made a difference.

Taking into account data from last year we can see that this February there was an increase of 29.24% in admissions. Korean Films admissions went up by 63.32% and Foreign Films went down only by 4.16%. Sales also show an increase of $17 million dollars.

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This month the most watched Korean Films were: A Violent Prosecutor (Showbox) by Lee Il-hyung with 9.4 million admissions; Spirits’ Homecoming (M-Line Distribution »

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Korea Box Office: Wartime Sex Slave Drama ‘Spirits’ Opens on Top

28 February 2016 9:36 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Historical drama “Spirits’ Homecoming” topped the Korea box office, scoring $6.41 million from 1.06 million admissions between Wednesday and Sunday. A story about wartime sex slaves known euphemistically as ‘comfort women,’ the crowdfunded picture had been in the making for 14 years due to the sensitive nature of the subject and difficulties in getting investment.

The previous week’s winner, “Deadpool” slipped to second, earning $3.09 million between Friday and Sunday, for a total of $17.5 million after two weekends.

With a week-on-week rise of 25%, “Zootopia” remained in third, making $2.55 million between Friday and Sunday. The Disney release has earned $6.81 million since Feb. 17.

Korean-made films took the following five chart places. Lee Joon-ik’s “Dongju The Portrait of A Poet” climbed to fourth from last week’s fifth, making $1.21 million between Friday and Sunday, for a total of $3.74 million after two weekends on release. Showbox’s crime comedy “A Violent Prosecutor” earned $1.16 million for a »

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Review: In Already Tomorrow In Hong Kong, The Fundamental Things Apply

11 February 2016 10:00 AM, PST | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

Here's the basic plotline of producer and now first-time writer-director Emily Ting's immensely charming romance Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong, boiled down to its basic essence. A man and a woman meet, and -- spoiler alert -- fall in love over the course of two separate nights in an alluring, non-us city, in this case, as you probably gathered from the title, Hong Kong. Ok, so let's address the cinematic elephant in the room right off the bat. Yes, of course Richard Linklater's Before Sunrise and its two sequels are unavoidable talking points with respect to Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong. And to her credit, Ting doesn't try to deny or walk away from these obvious antecedents. But continually harping on this anxiety-of-influence angle, as too many commentators on...

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French Film Industry Pays Homage to Director Jacques Rivette

29 January 2016 12:42 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Jacques Rivette, one of the leading lights of the French New Wave who died on Friday at age 87, was celebrated throughout the day with a series of homages from several French public figures, including President Francois Hollande, Gilles Jacob, Bulle Ogier, Claude Lelouch and Serge Toubiana.

In an official statement, Hollande called Rivette “one of the biggest filmmakers (who) marked various generations. … He was a director of women. Through films such as ‘Suzanne Simonin,’ ‘La Religieuse de Diderot,’ ‘L’amour fou’ or ‘La Belle Noiseuse,’ he offered major roles to actresses who entered the history of cinema,” said Hollande.

The actress Bulle Ogier, Rivette’s muse who notably starred in “Le pont du nord,” “L’amour fou” and “The Gang of Four,” said “(Rivette) was not only a great figure of cinema, but also a personal friend.”

“(Rivette)’s body of work was inventive, researched and well structured. Nothing but making films interested him, »

- Elsa Keslassy

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Movie Poster of the Week: Orson Welles’ “Chimes at Midnight”

9 January 2016 5:05 AM, PST | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

Above: Czech poster for Chimes at Midnight (Orson Welles, Spain/Switzerland, 1966) by Karel Machálek.The last piece I wrote for Movie Poster of the Week in 2015 was about Doctor Zhivago. Orson Welles’s Chimes at Midnight, which competed against Zhivago at the 1966 Cannes Film Festival (they both lost out for the Grand Prize to Claude Lelouch’s A Man and a Woman and Pietro Germi’s The Birds, The Bees and the Italians) was actually filmed next door to Zhivago in Spain in late 1964 and early 1965. In Peter Bogdanovich’s book of interviews with the director, Welles talks about a conversation that takes place next to a fireplace:“That scene was originally to have been shot in the skeleton of an orchard with poor little black trees in the snow... We moved indoors for it because we couldn’t get the snow. David Lean, making Doctor Zhivago next door to us, »

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