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Berlinale: Studiocanal Germany Sets Sebastian Schipper’s ‘Caravan,’ Lars Kraume’s ‘The Silent Revolution’ (Exclusive)

12 February 2017 1:27 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Berlin — Launching Liam Neeson’s  “Hard Powder” at Berlin’s European Film Market, Vivendi’s European film-tv group Studiocanal is set to produce, distribute and sell two new German projects: “Caravan,” Sebastian Schipper’s follow-up to “Victoria,” and “The Silent Revolution,” from Lars Kraume whose “The People vs. Fritz Bauer” was a Cohen Media Group pick-up for North America.

Produced out of Studiocanal Germany, a production-distribution company headed by CEO Kalle Friz, “Caravan” and “The Silent Revolution” form part of a 2017 six-movie slate as Studiocanal, Europe’s biggest film investor this decade, powers up production in the continent’s third biggest movie market.

Also Germany’s biggest distributor of international independent movies, playing off an output deal with Lionsgate which was extended to Summit last year, in Germany Studiocanal can look to its own international productions, such as “Paddington” and “Non-Stop,” plus Lionsgate/Summit titles, to fuel a release slate of around 20 movies per year. »

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How Did Marisa Tomei Win an Oscar for My Cousin Vinny?

8 February 2017 9:36 AM, PST | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Literally about 15 minutes ago I’m scrolling through the channels of my TV and My Cousin Vinny is on.   The second it comes on I see Marisa Tomei in the middle of her routine when she asks Joe Pesci to pretend he’s a deer getting shot in the head.  I think to myself, “how in the world did Marisa Tomei win best supporting actress that year?”  I ask myself the same question about how Driving Miss Daily won best picture when it was up against Dead Poets Society, Born on the Fourth of July, Field of Dreams, and My Left

How Did Marisa Tomei Win an Oscar for My Cousin Vinny? »

- Nat Berman

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She Speaks First returns to Acmi with Alison Maclean's 'The Rehearsal'

15 January 2017 6:44 PM, PST | IF.com.au | See recent IF.com.au news »

The Rehearsal.

Ghita Loebenstein is gearing up for another year of She Speaks First, the female-focused film series she founded in 2015..

The series, in which screenings of films made by women are followed by conversations about the space women occupy in cinema, most recently presented Athina Rachel Tsangari's Chevalier at Melbourne's Australian Centre for the Moving Image last October..

This Wednesday, She Speaks First returns to Acmi with a screening of New Zealand feature The Rehearsal, directed by Alison Maclean..

Afterwards, Maclean will appear via video-link from La to talk about her film. Kim Krejus, artistic director of 16th Street Actors Studio, will also join the conversation..

The Rehearsal is adapted from the novel by Booker Prize—winning Kiwi author Eleanor Catton (The Luminaries). Variety described the film, which premiered last year at Tiff, as "like Fame redone as a good movie"..

James Rolleston (Boy, The Dark Horse) plays Stanley, »

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Jim Carrey: a salute to his darker roles

9 January 2017 12:40 PM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Robin Bell Jan 13, 2017

Jim Carrey proved his acting range in the late 90s and 2000s. We salute the likes of The Truman Show, The Cable Guy and Man On The Moon.

You know you're a fan of something when that fandom is put to the test. Did you stick with Community when Dan Harmon wasn't writing it? During the barren 90s did you cling onto the hope that Doctor Who would return and be fantastic? Those moments when your patience and perseverance are tested are what make the privilege of being a fan important.

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Though I have to admit, in recent years, admitting to being a Jim Carrey fan has been more difficult than it used to be. Long gone are the youthful days when hits such as Ace Ventura, »

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The Goldbergs Review: “O Captain! My Captain!”

6 January 2017 7:58 AM, PST | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

The holiday hiatus is finally over, and it’s time for our favorite family to return to television. Let’s take a look at what happened in the first episode of The Goldbergs for 2017, “O Captain! My Captain!” The main story in the episode deals with Beverly’s new career as a substitute teacher. She’s never really known much as a sub, but her life changes drastically after finally seeing Dead Poets Society. Convinced that she can change her students’ lives, she takes her lessons from the movie and translates them to the classroom. Unfortunately, not everyone agrees with Mrs. Goldberg’s new methods, including

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