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One Year Later, Cecil the Lion's Legacy Lives on Through His Cubs

30 June 2016 9:10 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

It's been a year since the death of Cecil the lion, the 13-year-old, black-maned animal who was lured out of the Hwange National Park animal reserve in Zimbabwe on July 1, 2015 and killed by American dentist and trophy hunter Dr. Walter Palmer. But Cecil's legacy has continued at the Hwange National Park, with the help of Cecil's non-biological "brother" Jericho, who is now ruling his pride. "Cecil's three females and seven cubs are still all alive and well and still within their normal home range," Andrew Loveridge told the Chicago Tribune in May. He was part of the team who tracked »

- Dave Quinn, @NineDaves

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‘Septembers of Shiraz’ Exclusive Clip: Adrien Brody Discuss Faith with a Masked Man

22 June 2016 9:47 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Taking place in post-revolutionary Iran, Wayne Blair’s “Septembers of Shiraz” stars Adrien Brody and Salma Hayek as a Jewish couple who give up their possessions to the cause but still find themselves enemies of it. A new clip from the adaptation of Dalia Sofer’s 2007 novel, which comes to theaters next week, gives a sense of Blair’s brand of suspense.

Read More: Salma Hayek: Why European Cinema Is Much Kinder To Aging Actresses Than Hollywood

In it, an accented Brody finds himself inside an empty cell lit only by the flashlight of the masked man who enters and offers him water. The two have a brief chat about the cathartic power of tears before the interrogator hands Brody a Quran: “You might find it helpful,” he tells him through the burlap sack covering his face. “You have to believe that you will make it. Have faith.”

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- Michael Nordine

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Nicolas Noxon, 1936-2016

5 May 2016 10:31 AM, PDT | International Documentary Association | See recent International Documentary Association news »

May 5, 2016 Nicolas Noxon, 1936-2016

The Ida mourns the passing of beloved former board member Nicolas Noxon, one of our original founding members, as well as an Emmy- and Peabody Award-winning documentary filmmaker who wrote, directed and produced more than 40 National Geographic specials.

Noxon won the Ida's Strand Program Award in both 1998 and 1999, for his work on America's Endangered Species: Don't Say Goodbye and The Dragons of Galapagos.

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Cannes: Wild Bunch to launch new Hazanavicius, Desplechin, Loznitsa

3 May 2016 4:28 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Slate includes films starring Louis Garrel, Marion Cotillard,

Wild Bunch will kick-off pre-sales at Cannes on Oscar-winner Michel Hazanavicius’s [pictured] new project Redoubtable revolving around the relationship between Jean-Luc Godard and actress Anne Wiazemsky in the late 1960s.

Based on Wiazemsky’s autobiographical account Un An Après, the production will star Louis Garrel as Jean-Luc Godard and Stacy Martin, last seen in High-Rise, as the director’s young muse.

The script kicks off with the 1967 shoot of La Chinoise – about a group of students who try to live by Maoists principles - and follows the couple through the late 1960s when Godard went through his so-called “revolutionary period”.

Wiazemsky – who met Godard when she was just 17-years-old and he was on the rebound from Anna Karina – was married to the filmmaker for more than a decade.

Like Hazanavicius’s Oscar-winning The Artist, the aesthetics and style of Redoubtable will take inspiration from the films around which the »

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Comic Book Review – Brit-Cit Noir

7 April 2016 4:44 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Villordsutch reviews Brit-Cit Noir…

I’ve stepped into Brit-Cit Noir with a bit of trepidation I’ll be honest. My last piece of Brit-Cit I recall was reading it in The Heavy Mob over in the Judge Dredd: Mega Collection back in April last year.  The titles were Brit-Cit Brute and Trilogy, albeit from Robbie Morrison and Co., and I really wasn’t overly impressed.  What I wasn’t aware of that I’d actually recently read some more Brit-Cit in the Megazine a month or so earlier and bloody loved it!  So instantly the doubt I had was dampened down straight away.

Sat in this book we have two pieces of collected works, Strange & Drake: New Blood from the pen of John Smith with art by Colin MacNeil, and also Storm Warning: Relic written by John Reppion & Leah Moore with the art being handled by Tom Foster. »

- Villordsutch

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Virginia Trioli to front Aidc plenary Are Australian Docs An Endangered Species?

16 February 2016 1:43 PM, PST | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Virginia Trioli.

Virginia Trioli will host the Aidc's 2016 plenary session, Are Australian Documentaries An Endangered Species?

.The plenary is one of the most important sessions at Aidc", Aidc CEO Britt Arthur said..

"It's an opportunity for the whole industry to come together and constructively debate where we are at, and where we are headed. And we are delighted to have someone of Virginia's calibre joining us to ensure that we can push the conversation forwards..

Trioli will be joined by panellists Liz Stevens (Senior Manager, Documentary, Screen Australia), Steve Bibb (Head of Factual, ABC Television), John Godfrey (Head of Documentaries, Sbs Television), Lori Flekser (Executive Director, IP Awareness Foundation), and Courtney Gibson (Chief Executive, Screen Nsw).

The panel will discuss topics ranging from:

The status of documentaries in a format-driven world; the increased demand for premium VOD content and its repercussions; sustaining a business in a landscape rife with piracy »

- Staff Writer

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Virginia Trioli to host Aidc plenary Are Australian Documentaries An Endangered

16 February 2016 1:43 PM, PST | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

Virginia Trioli.

Virginia Trioli will host the Aidc's 2016 plenary session, Are Australian Documentaries An Endangered Species?

.The plenary is one of the most important sessions at Aidc", Aidc CEO Britt Arthur said..

"It's an opportunity for the whole industry to come together and constructively debate where we are at, and where we are headed. And we are delighted to have someone of Virginia's calibre joining us to ensure that we can push the conversation forwards..

Trioli will be joined by panellists Liz Stevens (Senior Manager, Documentary, Screen Australia), Steve Bibb (Head of Factual, ABC Television), John Godfrey (Head of Documentaries, Sbs Television), Lori Flekser (Executive Director, IP Awareness Foundation), and Courtney Gibson (Chief Executive, Screen Nsw).

The panel will discuss topics ranging from:

The status of documentaries in a format-driven world; the increased demand for premium VOD content and its repercussions; sustaining a business in a landscape rife with piracy »

- Staff Writer

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