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Greenaway Producer Signs 4 Film Deal

12 October 2010 2:50 AM, PDT | Deadline London | See recent Deadline London news »

Antonia Bird (Priest, Face) is directing one of the features Kees Kasander -- Peter Greenaway's regular producer -- is making with London-based Film & Music Entertainment and post-production house Molinare. The 4-film slate will cost $17.5 million to produce. One of the films, The Domino Effect, is already in the can and editing in the Netherlands. “This isn’t one of those fantasy slates that you read about,” F&Me co-principal Mike Downey tells me. “All 4 films are pretty much financed. We’re just bringing the last slice in.” Bird will helm Cross My Mind in early 2011. UK Film Council, Screen Yorkshire and the Netherlands Film Fund are backing this erotic thriller, which plays out between a married, older woman and a young wounded, blinded soldier – but the woman is not who he thinks she is... Arthouse favourite Greenaway will shoot Goltzius and The Pelican Company, about a 16th century Dutch »

- TIM ADLER

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Encountering Spielberg: A Steven Spielberg Profile (Part 5)

26 September 2010 11:39 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Trevor Hogg profiles the career of legendary Hollywood filmmaker Steven Spielberg in the fifth of a five part feature... read parts one, two, three and four.

“I admired [Stanley] Kubrick for the sheer variety of his films,” stated Steven Spielberg of the reclusive and revered American filmmaker. “Paths of Glory [1957] was the best antiwar film ever made… Lolita [1962] was, for me, the best picture about the social mores in America. It was way ahead of its time.” Spielberg had an opportunity to meet his cinematic idol. “I was happy to find that he was a nice guy, that he laughed and liked movies. He talked about the movies he liked, as opposed to so many of my other contemporaries who are haughty, supercilious about films, critical of them, and don’t give much credit to other people.” The two men collaborated on A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001), an adaptation of a short story »

- flickeringmyth

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Full Comic-con 2010 Schedule For Friday July 23rd!

9 July 2010 12:27 PM, PDT | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

Hey Gang! Comic-Con International has released the full schedule for Friday July 23rd and its another full day crazy awesomeness!

Friday is traditionally known as Star Wars day at the convention. This year feature 6 Special Programs featuring official news, announcements and more from the Star Wars universe. There is also the classic march of the Stormtroopers which is always cool.

I honestly don't know how were going to cover everything we want to, but we will find away! We did it last year! I've hilighted all of the events and panels that we are looking forward to seeing. So check out the full schedule below and start planning out your epic Friday at Comic-Con!

Friday, July 23

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10:00-11:00 DC Talent Search 2— DC's editorial art director Mark Chiarello presents an informative orientation session that will explain how DC's Talent Search works and discuss the different needs of DC Universe, »

- Venkman

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Kathryn Bigelow's awards triumph | Zoe Margolis

1 February 2010 9:06 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Kathryn Bigelow's win at the DGA film awards puts her in line for an Oscar – a rare encouragement for female directors

History was made in the entertainment industry last night. You might not have noticed it amongst all the headlines about Beyoncé scooping the Grammy awards, or how Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were seen in public together (are they breaking up? Aren't they? Who cares?). But in a low-key ceremony in Los Angeles, Kathryn Bigelow became the first-ever female winner of the Directors' Guild of America (DGA) award for best direction in a feature film.

This is an important moment: in the DGA's 62-year-existence no female director has ever won this award. Congratulations to Bigelow aside, this win now points her firmly in the direction of an Academy award: almost every DGA win in this category results in the same achievement at the Oscars.

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- Zoe Margolis

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