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British Comedian Ben Elton Shoots Australia-set ‘Three Summers’

7 September 2016 7:03 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

British comedian, novelist and screenwriter Ben Elton has begun production of “Three Summers,” his first film set in his adopted Australia.

The movie is an ensemble comedy set in the music festival scene and taking place over three consecutive years. Production takes place in the Peel Region of Western Australia.

“Three Summers” is an Invisible Republic / Taylor Media production, with principal investment from Screen Australia and ScreenWest. International sales are handled by Sydney- and Los Angeles-based Arclight Films, with Transmission Films set as the Australian distributor.

Production is by Michael Wrenn of Invisible Republic (“Women He’s Undressed,” “The Rocket”) and Sue Taylor of Taylor Media (“Looking for Grace”.) Executive producer is Mark Anderson.

The cast includes Robert Sheehan (“Misfits”,) Rebecca Breeds (TV’s “Pretty Little Liars”,) John Waters (TV’s “Offspring”,) Magda Szubanski (“Happy Feet,” “Babe”,) and Michael Caton (“Last Cab to Darwin”.)

“Festivals are the great levelers. We »

- Patrick Frater

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Downton Abbey Recap: Wedding Crasher

17 January 2016 6:51 PM, PST | | See recent news »

Carson and Mrs. Hughes’ wedding turned out to be a cause for celebration on Sunday’s Downton Abbey — though not for the reason you might have expected.

RelatedDownton Abbey Stars Discuss Mary and Edith’s ‘Rivalry,’ Unexpected Final Arc

Downton’s “it” couple barely had time to swap vows before having its thunder stolen by the return of Tom and little Sybil, not that I’m complaining. After all, I did practically beg for Tom’s comeback in this week’s 20 questions column. “I learned that Downton is my home, and you are my family,” he told the Crawleys of his time in Boston. »

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Art Directors Guild Nominations Revealed! Yup, "Star Wars" Is Among the Nominees!

5 January 2016 8:56 AM, PST | Manny the Movie Guy | See recent Manny the Movie Guy news »

The Art Directors Guild has unveiled the nominees of its 20th anual Excellence in Production Design Awards and "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" is one of the contenders in the Contemporary Feature Film category. But it may be hard for the force to beat the magical "Cinderella!"

And as a big Madonna fan, yup I'm a Rebel Heart, it's heartwarming to see the icon as one of the nominees in the Short Format category for her "Ghosttown" music video! The only music video nominated!

Winners will be announced on January 31. Here's the full list of nominees of the Art Directors Guild Awards:

Excellence In Production Design For A Feature Film In 2015

Period Film

Bridge Of Spies

Production Designer: Adam Stockhausen

Crimson Peak

Production Designer: Thomas E. Sanders

The Danish Girl

Production Designer: Eve Stewart

The Revenant

Production Designer: Jack Fisk


Production Designer: Mark Ricker

Fantasy Film


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- Manny

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‘Star Wars,’ ‘Mad Max,’ ‘Martian’ Nominated for Art Directors Guild Awards

5 January 2016 7:55 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” “Mad Max: Fury Road,” “The Martian” and “The Revenant” have been nominated for the Art Directors Guild Excellence in Production Design Awards.

The winners will be announced at the guild’s 20th annual awards show on Jan. 31 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Owen Benjamin will host.

Nominees in the period films category are Adam Stockhausen for “Bridges of Spies,” Thomas E. Sanders for “Crimson Peak,” Eve Stewart for “The Danish Girl,” Jack Fisk for “The Revenant” and Mark Ricker for “Trumbo.” Stockhausen won the Academy Award for art direction last year for “The Grand Budapest Hotel.”

Nominees for the fantasy films category are Dante Ferretti for “Cinderella,” Edward Verreaux for “Jurassic World,” Colin Gibson for “Mad Max: Fury Road,” Rick Carter and Darren Gilford for “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” and Scott Chambliss for “Tomorrowland.”

Nominees in the contemporary film category are Mark Digby for “Ex Machina, »

- Dave McNary

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