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Karlovy Vary: Czech Incentives, Production Facilities Lure Foreign Filmmakers

5 July 2016 9:42 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Karlovy Vary  The Czech Republic’s top-notch production design, technical prowess, renowned facilities and attractive incentive program were front and center at a lively discussion at the Karlovy Vary Festival on Monday.

The panel, moderated by Variety’s Peter Caranicas, included Czech Film Commissioner Ludmila Claussova; British director Sean Ellis, whose World War II drama “Anthropoid” (pictured) opened this year’s fest; Oscar-winning Barrandov Studio production designer Allan Starski; production designer Jindrich Koci; cinematographer Jaromir Sedina; and Rick Smotkin, senior VP of government affairs at U.S. cable giant Comcast, parent of NBCUniversal.

Discussing the Czech Republic’s incentive program, which offers a 20% cash rebate on local spend, Claussova said the financing support plays a vital role for most projects, adding that incentives “are necessary if you want to stay competitive. It’s the first question producers ask.”

Yet Claussova stressed that efforts to lure foreign productions to the country meant not just promoting incentives, »

- Ed Meza

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Horror Highlights: Three Life-Size Alien Heads, Swamp Thing Pop! Vinyl Figure, Lion, Raiders!

30 May 2016 9:35 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Created by CoolProps, the life-size heads of both the Brown and Blue Alien Warrior as well as the newborn Alien from Alien: Resurrection are now available to pre-order from Sideshow Collectibles. Also: Funko and Previews’ San Diego Comic-Con exclusive Swamp Thing Pop! vinyl figure, a new poster and teaser for the short film Lion, and, lastly, a trailer and theatrical / VOD rollout details for Raiders!: The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made.

CoolProps’ Life-Size Alien Heads Photos and Release Details: Alien Warrior (Brown) Life-Size Head: “Sideshow and CoolProps are pleased to present the Alien Warrior Life-Size Head Prop Replica. The “Alien Warrior” was part of dozens of aliens that were propagated from the alien queen in the 1986 movie Aliens. Alien Warriors appeared many times in the movie, but only a few suits were made for shooting.

CoolProps has produced this piece based on the original mold, which is without lips, »

- Tamika Jones

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The Omen Is Getting A Prequel, Here's What We Know

28 April 2016 5:17 PM, PDT | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

40 years ago, The Omen freaked out out moviegoers everywhere with its story of Damien Thorn,  young child who was actually the Antichrist. Since then, various sequels and even a remake followed, but none have reached anything close to the same level of success as the original. Now, 10 years after the last entry, The Omen world is being revisited, but this time around, they’re going back in time to tell a prequel tale. According to The Hollywood Reporter, 20th Century Fox is negotiating to have indie director Antonio Campos helm the prequel, which will be called The First Omen. Ben Jacoby wrote the script, while David Goyer and Kevin Turen will produce via their film company Phantom Four. While this won’t be the first time a beloved horror/thriller movie has gotten its own prequel (I’m looking at you, Hannibal Rising), the decision to »

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How Better Call Saul stepped out of Breaking Bad's shadow

26 April 2016 5:19 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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Better Call Saul has developed into a TV drama every bit as compelling as its predecessor, Breaking Bad. Here's how...

Contains spoilers for Better Call Saul seasons 1 and 2

Better Call Saul had an impossible task. Following swiftly on the heels of a television series often referred to as the best ever, expectations, rightly or wrongly, were sky high. People were hungry for more of the world and characters that Breaking Bad made them fall in love with, and just over a year after the beloved finale of its predecessor, Better Call Saul debuted at a time when the sheen of myth was just starting to glow over Breaking Bad; far enough away that an already great television show had been even more idealised in people’s minds but close enough that the buzz was still strong. Everyone was hungry for more, and Better Call Saul had to deliver. »

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The Best Picture Oscar winners that had sequels

25 February 2016 11:50 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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More Best Picture Oscar winners have had sequels than you may think. This lot, in fact...

There’s still an element of snobbery where sequels to certain films is concerned. Whereas it’s now almost compulsory to greenlight a blockbuster with a view of a franchise in mind, it’s hard to think of most Best Picture Oscar winners being made with a follow-up in mind. Yet in perhaps a surprising number of cases, a sequel – or in the case of Rocky, lots of sequels – have followed.

These cases, in fact…

All Quiet On The Western Front (1930)

Followed by: The Road Back

Don’t be fooled into thinking sequels for prestigious movies are a relatively new phenomenon. Lewis Milestone’s 1930 war epic All Quiet On The Western Front, and its brutal account of World War I, is still regarded as something of a classic. A solid box office success, »

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Silence of the Lambs: 25 Years Later, the Film Is Still a Pop Culture Phenomenon

16 February 2016 8:05 AM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Do you remember what you did for Valentine's Day in 1991? Well, if you were old enough to see an R-rated movie, there's a chance that you might have celebrated the lovey-doviest of holidays by seeing one of the scariest thrillers of all time. Yep, Silence of the Lambs, the movie that made an anti-hero out of a guy who eats people's faces, opened in theaters on Feb. 14, 1991 - 25 years ago this week. A quarter-century later, the film hasn't left pop culture. That's in part because it was such a disturbing film. The cannibalism-deterring muzzle worn by Hannibal Lector (Anthony Hopkins), for example, »

- Drew Mackie, @drewgmackie

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Silence of the Lambs: 25 Years Later, the Film Is Still a Pop Culture Phenomenon

16 February 2016 8:05 AM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Do you remember what you did for Valentine's Day in 1991? Well, if you were old enough to see an R-rated movie, there's a chance that you might have celebrated the lovey-doviest of holidays by seeing one of the scariest thrillers of all time. Yep, Silence of the Lambs, the movie that made an anti-hero out of a guy who eats people's faces, opened in theaters on Feb. 14, 1991 - 25 years ago this week. A quarter-century later, the film hasn't left pop culture. That's in part because it was such a disturbing film. The cannibalism-deterring muzzle worn by Hannibal Lector (Anthony Hopkins), for example, »

- Drew Mackie, @drewgmackie

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'Silence of the Lambs' at 25: 'It Broke All the Rules'

12 February 2016 6:30 AM, PST | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

I was terrified at the Academy Awards," screenwriter Ted Tally says. "I can't describe how nerve-racking it is. You go in the bathrooms, and people are boozing it up, smoking, doing lines of coke. You never saw so many famous people so nervous."

Twenty-five years ago on this coming Valentine's Day, The Silence of the Lambs opened in movie theaters. An intense, gritty crime odyssey, in which an FBI cadet (Jodie Foster as Clarice Starling) hunts down a serial killer (Ted Levine as Jame "Buffalo Bill" Gumb) with the help of another, »

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Berlin: Germany’s Universum Acquires BBC/Smg’s ‘Earth: One Amazing Day’ (Exclusive)

5 February 2016 1:00 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

London — Universum Film has taken the German distribution rights to feature documentary “Earth: One Amazing Day,” the sequel to 2007’s theatrical box office hit “Earth — the Movie.” The film is produced by the U.K.’s BBC Earth Films, part of BBC Worldwide, and China’s Smg Pictures, the film and television production arm of Shanghai Media Group.

“Earth: One Amazing Day,” which will be directed by the British filmmaker Peter Webber (“Girl With a Pearl Earring,” “Hannibal Rising”), tells “the story of one extraordinary day in the life of our planet, celebrating the billions of real-life dramas that occur in the natural world every single day. Using the latest innovations in filmmaking, the film promises families an immersive journey across continents, through oceans and skies, all in a single, magical day.”

“Earth: One Amazing Day,” which is slated for theatrical release next year, will be distributed in China by Smg Pictures. »

- Leo Barraclough

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'45 Years' director Andrew Haigh among Creative England Future Leaders

20 January 2016 1:40 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Sunset Song producer Hurricane Films and Duck Soup Films, set up last year by two UK producers with ties to Warp Films, are also on the list.Scroll down for the full list

Film-maker Andrew Haigh (45 Years, Weekend) has been named as part of Creative England’s Future Leaders 2016, a list of ten individuals and companies selected for their “game-changing potential” in the UK’s creative industries.

Haigh’s latest film, 45 Years, premiered at last year’s Berlinale where it won Silver Bears for lead actors Tom Courtenay and Charlotte Rampling (since nominated for an Oscar) and went on to win the award for Best British Film at Edinburgh before receiving nominations at the BIFAs and European Film Awards.

Director and screenwriter Haigh began his career as an apprentice editor on Ridley Scott’s 2000 blockbuster Gladiator before progressing to the role of assistant editor on the likes of Black Hawk Down, Kingdom Of Heaven and [link »

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