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StudioCanal pacts with China’s Youku Tudou, BesTV

8 September 2014 6:00 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

StudioCanal has secured deals with two of China’s biggest subscription VOD provides, Youku Tudou and BesTV.

Youku Tudou, China’s biggest online video platform, has signed a multi-year agreement to handle Svod rights to more than 50 titles owned by French production-distribution powerhouse StudioCanal.

Titles including Mulholland Drive, The Pianist and Terminator 2: Judgement Day will be made available through Svod to Chinese audiences in the coming months.

Allen Zhu, svp at Youku Tudou said: “Our subscription service has grown 379% in revenue in Q2 2014 year on year. This deal will undoubtedly strengthen our service offering.”

Matthieu Zeller, evp of international marketing, distribution and business development at StudioCanal, said it was hoped that the deal will be just the first stage of closer collaboration with our Chinese friends.”

The deal was negotiated by Mathieu Gondinet, Svp international TV and library distribution, for StudioCanal and Angela Xiong, Executive Director, Movie Center for YoukuTudou.

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- michael.rosser@screendaily.com (Michael Rosser)

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StudioCanal Signs Deals with China's Youku Tudou, BesTV

8 September 2014 3:43 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

StudioCanal has signed deals with two of China's big subscription VOD providers, Youku Tudou and BesTV. Financial terms of the multi-year deals weren't disclosed. Youku Tudou, which just launched its own film division, will get the Svod rights of more than 50 of the studio's films, including About a Boy, Mulholland Drive, The Pianist and Terminator 2: Judgment Day and make the films available to Chinese audiences in the coming months. It will also include several French-language titles from the studio’s library, such as Francois Ozon’s Berlin best feature winner Water Falls on Burning Rocks and 2006’s Je

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- Rhonda Richford

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The Pact 2 Behind-the-Scenes Clip & Poster

4 September 2014 2:47 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Annie thought the wrath of the Judas Killer was in the rearview mirror, but she’s about to experience a potentially fatal blast from the past in IFC Midnight’s The Pact 2. The sequel to the 2012 horror film hits VOD platforms this Friday and we have a behind-the-scenes clip and official poster providing a taste of what’s to come.

“Only a few weeks after Annie Barlow exterminated the plague that was the Judas Killer, we meet June Abbott, a woman whose carefully constructed life in Los Angeles is beginning to unravel due to lucid nightmares so awful they disturb her waking life.

When Special Agent Terrence Ballard, the FBI agent assigned to wrap up the case of the newly deceased Judas Killer, shows up at June’s door, he brings with him some terrifying news – there is a Judas copycat killer on the loose in her neighborhood! In the course of his investigation, »

- Derek Anderson

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The Pact 2 - Poster Premiere; Making-Of Video

4 September 2014 11:20 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

The release of the sequel to Nicholas McCarthy's film The Pact, cleverly titled The Pact 2, is heading toward us like an evil spirit looking for a host, and right now we have the official one-sheet along with a look behind the scenes of production! Dig it!

Directed by Dallas Richard Hallam and Patrick Horvath, the film stars Camilla Luddington ("True Blood"), Patrick Fischler (Mulholland Drive), Scott Michael Foster ("Californication"), Haley Hudson (The Pact), Mark Steger (The Pact), and Caity Lotz (The Pact).

IFC Midnight has announced a VOD roll-out on September 5th, followed by a limited theatrical outing on October 10th.

Synopsis

Only a few weeks after Annie Barlow exterminated the plague that was the Judas Killer, we meet June Abbott, a woman whose carefully constructed life in Los Angeles is beginning to unravel due to lucid nightmares so awful they disturb her waking life.

When Special Agent Terrence Ballard, »

- Steve Barton

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Quiz: Movies by the year: 2001

1 September 2014 9:22 AM, PDT | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

It’s hard to believe that 2001 was 13 years ago. People that were born in 2001 are 13 years old! Actual teenagers! How wild is that?

The 13 year olds of today have at least one thing going for them: They were born in a pretty good year for movies. 2001 was the year of literary adaptations making their way to the big screen for the first time (Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring), mind-bending thrillers (Mulholland Dr., Donnie Darko), and off-the-wall comedies (Wet Hot American Summer, A Knight’s Tale).

2001 also saw the release of a couple indies that have since gone on to gain cult status. We’re looking at you, Ghost World. We are Also looking at you, The Royal Tenenbaums. This gem is still considered by many to be Wes Anderson’s biggest triumph, and has influenced countless other filmmakers »

- Amanda Wood

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Inconstant selves in Brian De Palma’s ‘Sisters’

28 August 2014 1:30 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Disclaimer: This Essay Includes Spoilers. Many Of Them. Note The Caps.

In Brian De Palma’s Sisters, the titular siblings are French-Canadian Siamese twins surgically separated as adults. Danielle is gentle and lovely, and Dominique gloomy and anguished. This dynamic is complicated by the fact that the former needs the latter to develop her persona. Without Dominique, Danielle has no identity. To weave the fiction of her socially acceptable behavior, she must have Dominique bear the burden of her most disturbing desires. Yet the film, oddly enough, is not about Danielle or Dominique, but about the journalist Grace Collier. As Dominique recedes into the background, Danielle and Grace become the main antagonistic pair, a transition that culminates in an intense climax, a hypnosis dream, that imagines them as conjoined twins. As we learn, Dominique has been dead from the outset, and Danielle has transformed into her in moments of sexual and emotional excitement. »

- Guido Pellegrini

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Dispatch from the Planetarium

24 August 2014 8:36 AM, PDT | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

Sentient

“Is this solving space?”

—Cymasonics Matrix Optimizer 2.0

 I took the train out. It was a Friday night, and I was surrounded by commuter ennui. From North Melbourne station to Footscray station I thought to myself: halfway through a film festival, exhausted by competing deadlines, on my thirtieth coffee of the week—these are the ideal conditions in which to go to the Planetarium. I thought to myself: I’ll just recline in my seat and surrender to the roof.

I was heading out to experience the Melbourne International Film Festival’s Fulldome Showcase at the Melbourne Planetarium in Spotswood. Two films were featuring: Sentient, a production of the Massachusetts College of Art and Design, and Cymasonics Matrix Optimizer 2.0, a commercial of sorts for Planetarium software. The former turned out to be a cringe-worthy exploration of pop psychology, the latter an uncomfortably transcendent experience.

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- Anders Furze

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Sin City and the eternal, seductive allure of film noir

21 August 2014 1:53 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

The release of Sin City: A Dame To Kill For inspires James to look back at its film noir roots, and some classic examples of the genre...

"Things go dark. I don't mind much. It's okay." John Hartigan, Sin City.

We're at the shadowy back-end of the summer blockbuster season and darkness is entering the frame. Here comes ultraviolence, sleaze, crime and death, all beautifully shot in macabre high-contrast monochrome. Just when you thought you'd got yourself clean and were all peppy after some upbeat family-friendly popcorn thrills, here's Sin City: A Dame To Kill For to darken up the doorways. (And it will light up a cigarette in those doorways and spit out some tough dialogue from between its bloodstained teeth while it's lingering there.)

We're back in the Basin City of Frank Miller's graphic novels again, once more brought to vivid screen life by the comics creator »

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Elizabeth Taylor in "Suddenly Last Summer". Oh how that star burned.

12 August 2014 3:29 PM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

This is an episode of Hit Me With Your Best Shot

"Suddenly... last summer" is spoken so often in Suddenly Last Summer (1959), Joseph L Mankiewicz & Gore Vidal's adaptation of Tennessee Williams play, that it starts to take on a kind of trancy grandeur. The actresses retreat inward, psychologically, in the thrall of their own theatricality, the overheated jungles of art direction around them, and surely their good fortune to be playing Tennessee Williams characters.

my favorite scene in the film

To a minor degree the repetition of "suddenly...last summer" is not unlike the effect of Rita whispering "Mulholland Drive" like an incantation in Mulholland Dr. The comparison seems apt since both films are batshit crazy sexually charged nightmares in which a beautiful brunette has selective amnesia issues.  But let's not drift away to 2001. We stay in 1959. And two beautiful brunettes is exactly what I want to talk about »

- NATHANIEL R

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Justin Theroux on The Leftovers, David Lynch, and Why He Wasn’t Groot

10 August 2014 6:00 PM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

On HBO’s The Leftovers, Justin Theroux plays Kevin Garvey, a small New York town’s reluctant and possibly crazy police chief who, three years after the sudden and unexplained disappearance of a good chunk of the world’s population, must contend with a divorce, his wayward children, a cultlike organization called the Guilty Remnant, and evil deer. Vulture called up Theroux to discuss the show, how it differs from his experience shooting David Lynch’s Mulholland Drive pilot for ABC, what’s going on with the Zoolander sequel, and why he’s never starred in any of the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies, despite having a superhero physique. What question do you get asked the most about your show?“What’s up with the Guilty Remnant?” Really? It’s not, “What do you have in your refrigerator that could be construed as leftovers?”Exactly! [Laughs.] No, it’s not — although I »

- John Sellers

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The Pact 2 Official Trailer Released

8 August 2014 11:06 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

A blast from the past isn’t always a good thing. The first official trailer for The Pact 2 shows that what you thought was in the rearview mirror might actually be waiting up ahead, as the Judas Killer is looking to make a killer comeback and pay Annie a visit. From IFC Midnight, the sequel to 2012′s The Pact is hitting theaters and VOD platforms this fall, and we have the film’s first trailer.

The Pact 2 will come out on VOD platforms on September 5th before hitting theaters on October 10th. Below are the film’s official synopses and trailer:

“The stunning sequel to the recent horror classic The Pact ups the ante on terror. When a series of brutal murders lead authorities to believe the Judas killer is back, Annie, (Caity Lotz The Machine), returns home for the final showdown. Also starring Camilla Luddington.”

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- Derek Anderson

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First Trailer Scared Up for The Pact 2

7 August 2014 4:19 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

2012 Marked the release of Nicholas McCarthy's film The Pact, and it fared pretty well with horror fans. So well, in fact, that a sequel was ordered entitled The Pact II, and right now we have your first look at the trailer. Dig it!

Directed by Dallas Richard Hallam and Patrick Horvath, the film stars Camilla Luddington ("True Blood"), Patrick Fischler (Mulholland Drive), Scott Michael Foster ("Californication"), Haley Hudson (The Pact), Mark Steger (The Pact), and Caity Lotz (The Pact).

IFC Midnight has announced a VOD roll-out on September 5th, followed by a limited theatrical outing on October 10th.

Synopsis

A truly terrifying new film set just weeks after Annie Barlow’s deadly confrontation with the Judas Killer. In this elevated sequel, we meet June, a woman whose carefully constructed life is beginning to unravel due to lucid nightmares so awful they disturb her waking life.

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Naomi Watts Covers Town & Country's September Issue, Talks Finding Her Way in Hollywood

6 August 2014 11:22 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Sometimes you have to wait a moment for your moment. For Naomi Watts her momentous big break into Hollywood didn't occur until she was 33 years old. As the cover girl for the September issue of Town & Country, the English actress is dishing on her journey to L.A. and the stardom struggles now that she's reached her destination. Prior to her breakout role in Mulholland Drive, the now 45-year-old thesp started as a small player in minor movies, but with upcoming roles like Evelyn—the mother of Theo James' Four in the Divergent franchise—the blonde beauty is definitely an A-lister, yet she admits to the mag her early days were "excruciating." Delving deeper into her first »

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IFC Midnight Makes a Home Video Pact with The Pact 2

5 August 2014 11:17 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

2012 marked the release of Nicolas McCarthy's film The Pact, which many of us here at Dread were fans of. This Halloween season final girl Annie Barlow returns in The Pact II, which has just been dated for release. Read on!

Directed by Dallas Richard Hallam and Patrick Horvath, the film stars Camilla Luddington ("True Blood"), Patrick Fischler (Mulholland Drive), Scott Michael Foster ("Californication"), Haley Hudson (The Pact), Mark Steger (The Pact), and Caity Lotz (The Pact).

IFC Midnight has announced a VOD roll-out on September 5th, followed by a limited theatrical outing on October 10th.

Synopsis

The Pact 2 is set just weeks after Annie Barlow's deadly confrontation with the Judas Killer. In this elevated sequel, we meet June, a woman whose carefully constructed life is beginning to unravel due to lucid nightmares so awful they disturb her waking life.

Visit The Evilshop @ Amazon!

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- John Squires

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Review: "Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery" CBS Blu-ray Special Edition

1 August 2014 3:47 AM, PDT | Cinemaretro.com | See recent CinemaRetro news »

“Where Pies Go When They Die”

By Raymond Benson

Unless you’re too young to remember it, you’ll recall that Twin Peaks was a short-lived phenomenon on television in the year 1990. The frenzy lasted into 1991 but sadly fizzled out quickly due to the network’s (ABC) futzing around with time slots, days-of-the-week for airing, and unexplained hiatuses. What began as the number one show on television for several months somehow derailed during its underrated second season and lost its viewership. The program was cancelled, leaving the fans of the series with an unresolved cliffhanger that haunts us to this day.

David Lynch and Mark Frost were the men behind Twin Peaks. At the time, in the late 80s, Lynch was just coming off the success of his 1986 feature film, Blue Velvet, when he teamed up with TV veteran Frost to create a PG-rated show that explored many of the »

- nospam@example.com (Cinema Retro)

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Twin Peaks the Missing Pieces: What do the Fire Walk With Me deleted scenes tell us?

31 July 2014 4:00 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

First comes a warning.

Some Spoilers For ‘Twin Peaks’ & ‘Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me’ Contained

Everyone has their white whale; that elusive treasure or goal that they fetishise and dare to find and covet. For some it was the lost footage from Fritz Lang’s Metropolis. For others it was the mythical buried reels of The Wicker Man, which rather ludicrously had been rumoured for years to be buried in the concrete foundations of an English motorway. For me it was always the deleted scenes of David Lynch’s much maligned Twin Peaks prequel Fire Walk with Me.  Even in a pre-internet, pre-dvd extras age, I obsessed over this rumoured material and what possible insights it may offer into Lynch’s labyrinthian mystery. And now, thanks to the Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery Blu-ray set, they are finally here. So how do they stack up? What do they tell us? »

- Michael Parkes

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Production Begins on Gus Van Sant’s Sea Of Trees Starring Matthew McConaughey, Ken Watanabe, and Naomi Watts

30 July 2014 4:04 PM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

"The McConaissance" continues as Gus Van Sant’s new project Sea of Trees starts shooting today.  As you may have guessed, the film stars Matthew McConaughey as well as Ken Watanabe and Naomi Watts.  Penned by Chris Sparling, the story follows a man who enters the “Suicidal Forest” at Mount Fuji with the intention of taking his own life.  When he is interrupted by a Japanese man who is having second thoughts about his own suicide, the two “begin a journey of reflection and survival.” This sounds exactly like the kind of film I feel Van Sant should be doing and it makes me glad that 50 Shades of Grey dalliance ended for him when it did.  Hit the jump for the full press release on Sea of Trees starting up.  The film will shoot on location in Massachusetts and Japan with no release date set as-of-yet. Here’s the press release: Bloom, »

- Evan Dickson

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Matthew McConaughey's 'Sea of Trees' Begins Shooting in Japan

30 July 2014 2:51 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Bloom, Waypoint Entertainment and Netter Productions announced that two-time Oscar nominated director Gus Van Sant (Good Will Hunting, Milk) began principal photography on Sea of Trees. The film stars Oscar winner Matthew McConaughey (Dallas Buyers Club, Interstellar, Mud, The Wolf of Wall Street), Oscar nominee Ken Watanabe (Inception, Memoirs of a Geisha, The Last Samurai) and two-time Oscar nominee Naomi Watts (The Impossible, 21 Grams, King Kong, Mulholland Dr.). Two-time Academy Award nominated producer Gil Netter (Life of Pi, The Blind Side), Ken Kao (Rampart, Knight f Cups, Silence) and Kevin Halloran (Million Dollar Arm, Parental Guidance, Water for Elephants) are producing, based on the Black List script by Chris Sparling (Buried). F. Gary Gray, Brian Dobbins and Allen Fischer are also producers. The film will shoot on location in Massachusetts and in Japan.

Ken Kao and Alex Walton's international sales, production and financing company, Bloom, launched and introduced Sea of Trees in Cannes, »

- MovieWeb

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In Defense of ‘The Leftovers’: Faith, Forgiveness and Damon Lindelof

29 July 2014 11:15 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Damon Lindelof’s latest TV effort, The Leftovers on HBO (co-created by and adapted from the novel by Tom Perrotta)  just hit the halfway mark through its first season on Sunday, and it’s easily the best new show to premiere this summer. This comes with two disclosures: 1. Summers are usually treated more like draughts than harvesting season for TV networks so 2. The competition is usually (and specifically this year) lackluster. For example, this year you have AMC’s disappointingly tone-deaf Halt and Catch Fire, while on FX you have Guillermo Del Toro’s The Strain struggling to decide if it’s good-bad or just bad-bad. Despite a lightweight competition, The Leftovers still holds its title of best new Summer show, a title that is earned despite the show winning it by default.

After each episode I look to recaps across the internet to further the discussion and interpretation of the show, »

- Dylan Griffin

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Dream Team: The Semi-Mysterious Story Behind the Music of 'Twin Peaks'

25 July 2014 8:15 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

"Are you kidding me, man?!" composer Angelo Badalamenti howls jokingly when Rolling Stone asks him what he thought of Twin Peaks, the TV series he scored in the early Nineties. "It was really off the wall. I thought it was either going to sink violently down the drain or, hopefully, capture the intrigue of enthusiastic people conversing by the office water cooler on a Monday morning."

12 Things We Learned from David Lynch's Talk at Bam

As it turned out, Twin Peaks was an instant hit when it premiered on April 8th, »

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