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Trailer Premiere: Captivating Kenyan Fantasy-Drama, ‘Kati Kati’

4 November 2016 11:48 AM, PDT | ShadowAndAct | See recent ShadowAndAct news »

If you didn’t already know, when he’s not busy writing and directing films of his own, German filmmaker Tom Tykwer (“Run Lola, Run,” “Perfume”) is producing films directed by up-and-coming Kenyan filmmakers via his alternative film production company, One Fine Day… Continue Reading → »

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Michael Massee, Actor Who Accidentally Shot Brandon Lee on Set of The Crow, Dies at 61

26 October 2016 2:03 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Michael Massee, the character actor sadly remembered for his role in the accidental death of Bruce Lee’s son, has died at the age of 61.

Massee’s death was reportedly first announced by actor Anthony Delon — who recently costarred with Massee on the French TV series Interventions — and later confirmed by The Hollywood Reporter. The details of his death were not disclosed.

While acting in just his second feature film, the cult-classic The Crow, Massee fired a faulty prop revolver at the film’s star, Brandon Lee, the son world-famous actor and martial artist Bruce Lee. Unbeknownst to Massee, the gun fired a live round, »

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[Tiff Review] Kati Kati

21 September 2016 6:34 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Most of cinema’s best films are those that do rather than explain. These works are created by artists wielding airtight concepts insofar as attaining their goal of delivering a specific, emotion-fueled message. Kenyan creative Mbithi Masya‘s feature debut Kati Kati is a perfect example of what can be made when the right resources are supplied to the right people. Tom Tykwer, Marie Stenmann-Tykwer, and their One Fine Day shingle (originally formed to facilitate year-round artistic opportunities for children in Nairobi) helped with the former while Masya, co-writer Mugambi Nthiga, and his cast/crew brought the latter with their stirring look into the soul by way of purgatorial limbo. We don’t know how they got here or what comes next, but we do quickly understand the thing keeping them: guilt.

You know you’re in for something special from the opening of African expanse containing Kaleche (Nyokabi Gethaiga »

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Karlovy Vary: Sven Taddicken on Adapting A.L. Kennedy’s ‘Original Bliss’

1 July 2016 8:56 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Variety speaks with German director Sven Taddicken about his latest feature, “Original Bliss,” an adaptation of Scottish author A. L. Kennedy’s 1997 collection of short stories, which has its international premiere in competition at Karlovy Vary Film Festival.

The film, which stars Martina Gedeck and Ulrich Tukur, revolves around a woman in a failing marriage who embarks on an unlikely romance. “Original Bliss” is produced by Frisbeefilms, Cine Plus Filmproduktion and Senator Film. Picture Tree Intl. is handling world sales.

Taddicken’s works include “Getting My Brother Laid,” his debut feature, and “Emma’s Bliss.” When he’s not making films, Taddicken teaches directing and writing at the Met Film School Berlin. He has also taught in Kenya as part of fellow German filmmaker Tom Tykwer’s One Fine Day film-training initiative in Nairobi.

What was it about A.L. Kennedy’s novel that inspired you to adapt it for film? »

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Nagesh Kukunoor’s ‘Dhanak’ now set to release on June 17th, 2016

17 May 2016 1:00 AM, PDT | Bollyspice | See recent Bollyspice news »

Nagesh Kukunoor’s internationally-acclaimed and much-awaited film Dhanak will now release on June 17th. With Dhanak, the noted filmmaker completes his human-trilogy after his award-winning films Dor and Iqbal, that captivated the hearts of the audiences with their simple yet heartwarming stories. With the touching emotional bond between a brother and sister at its core, Dhanak too is an enchanting fable that reinforces the belief that life is beautiful.

Having garnered worldwide acclaim and several international awards, Dhanak, produced by Drishyam Films, revolves around the eight-year old visually-impaired boy Chotu and his 10-year-old sister Pari, who has promised her younger brother, that he will be able to see by the time he turns nine. Cheerful, spirited and cheeky, Chotu is the life of his small village in Rajasthan, while Pari is his eyes and his best friend. One fine day, Pari sees a poster of Shahrukh Khan (Srk) appealing to people to donate their eyes, »

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