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Tribeca opens doors to buyers

21 April 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NEW YORK -- Organizers of the Tribeca Film Festival that opened this week welcomed film buyers Thursday at an opening news conference, where festival co-founder Jane Rosenthal said that the growing event is "looking to create a marketplace" while simultaneously creating a scene that is both "a retail and wholesale festival." This year, TFF will display 158 feature-length films and 59 world premieres -- including the debut of Sound Barrier by Iranian director Amir Naderi. Executive director Peter Scarlet cited Barrier as an example of the festival's growing importance. "I'm proud he decided to premiere it here rather than one of those other festivals, whose names I won't mention," he said. Two films in current release -- Paramount Classics' Winter Solstice and Lions Gate's House of D -- were acquired at last year's festival, but Tribeca has yet to discover a film that has gone on to mainstream commercial success, which would earn the fest marketplace clout. »

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B.H. fest builds on Duchovny's 'House'

10 April 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

David Duchovny's directorial debut, House of D, and the Los Angeles premiere of the short Mr. Dramatic, starring Oliver Hudson, will kick off the fifth annual International Beverly Hills Film Festival, which runs Wednesday-Sunday. The opening night, held at the WGA Theatre, also will honor the California Film Commission. The fest will screen more than 50 films, and its jury includes Lions Gate Films chairman Mark Amin and Crystal Sky president Steven Paul. »

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WB's 'Superman' taps Langella as new Planet editor

5 April 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Frank Langella has stepped into the role of Perry White in Bryan Singer's Superman Returns for Warner Bros. Pictures. Hugh Laurie originally was cast in the role but bowed out because of a scheduling conflict with his TV series, House, MD. The series, on which Singer is executive producer, has proved a surprise hit and was just picked up for a second season. Laurie had not yet shot any scenes on the movie, which began production March 21 in Australia. In the Superman canon, White is the editor of the Daily Planet, the newspaper where Superman's alter ego, Clark Kent, works as a journalist. In Singer's version, White has a son named Richard, played by James Marsden, who is Lois Lane's love interest. Langella played Count Dracula in Universal Pictures' 1979 Dracula. His other credits include TV's Unscripted and the features Sweet November and the upcoming House of D. Langella is repped by Peter Strain and Associates. »

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