Into the Blue (2005)
The chosen artists will be mentored by award-winning Israeli director Avi Nesher, British script consultant Clare Downs and French screenwriter Jacques Akchoti.
Since launching, the Sam Spiegel Lab has had an enviable track record, with about 75% of projects presented at the program actually being produced. These include “Son of Saul,” which won Cannes’ Grand Jury Prize, and “The Kindergarten Teacher.”
Under the new leadership of Lior Sasson, who has taken over from Ifat Tubi as co-director alongside Renen Schorr, the lab’s pitching event will be expanded to four days and will now take place independently from the Jerusalem Film Festival. The event is scheduled for July 5-8.
“In 2015 we introduced a new artistic challenge to shoot
Autism Speaks Into The Blue Fashion Gala
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Hosted by Entertainment Tonight’s Keltie Knight, Into The Blue took a seat at the forefront of fashion entertainment as it partners with the iconic fashion brand Escada to present the runway looks. The event sparkled with celebrities in both film and television, models, studio executives and and others within the industry, to all join together to benefit the organization’s Southern California Chapter.
Among the stars who took part were Freddie Highmore (The Good Doctor), Keltie Knight (Host & Entertainment Tonight), Cameron Boyce (Descendants), Logan Shroyer (This Is Us), Brandon Micheal Hall (The Mayor), Tamara Taylor (Bones), Garcelle Beauvais (Spider-Man: Homecoming), Erin Murphy (Bewitched), Jules Bruff (Zodiac), Massi Furlan (The Dark Knight Rises
The Annual Signature Gala brings together over 400 influencers from the Southern California area to raise vital funds for autism research, advocacy, and resources for every stage of life. Into The Blue will take a seat at the forefront of fashion entertainment as it partners with the iconic fashion brand Escada to present the runway looks.
The gala will feature a variety of one-of-a-kind surprises to delight and entertain throughout the evening. Upon arrival, celebrity and VIP guests will walk the signature blue carpet for top press and photographers. From 6:30pm – 8:30pm, guests will enjoy a cocktail reception featuring gourmet craft cocktails, surprise live performances, a silent auction, and the opportunity to mix and mingle. At 8:30pm, all guests will be seated in the
Ana Urushadze’s Gerogia-Estonia drama Scary Mother has won the top prize at this year’s Sarajevo Film Festival, which concludes today (Aug 18).
The film took the Heart of Sarajevo for best feature film, which comes with a financial award of €16,000. It stars Nata Murvanidze as a 50-year-old housewife who experiences family struggles as she tries to complete her first novel.
The main competition saw Romanian director Emanuel Pârvu take the Heart of Sarajevo for best director for his film Meda Or The Not So Bright Side Of Things, which comes with €10,000.
Best actress went to Ornela Kapetani for Daybreak and best actor went to Şerban Pavlu for Meda Or The Not So Bright Side Of Things.
The jury, led by Michel Franco and featuring Mark Adams, Gordan Bogdan
It's technically unclear whether this is a prank (I'm pretty sure it's a prank), but these Fast fans have actually made this same plea to a city council in Burbank, California as well, so it seems they won't stop until somehow, somewhere, a 12-foot statue of Paul Walker looks out over a city and unites us all in "gnarly times."
There's video at the bottom of the page, but if you don't feel like watching, LAist has transcribed it for us:
What up Council,
The awards ceremony for the 67th Berlin Film Festival took place this evening (18 Feb) with winners including Ildiko Enyedi, Alain Gomis, Agnieszka Holland and Sebastian Lelio.
Scroll down for full list of winners
Ildikò Enyedi’s Hungarian feature On Body and Soul - the unusual love story of two damaged souls trying to make contact in a harsh world - was the big winner on the night taking home the Golden Bear for best film in the Competition as well as the Ecumenical and Fipresci juries’ prizes for best film in the Official Competition and the Berliner Morgenpost Readers’ Award.
Enyedi’s film - which is handled internationally by Berlin-based sales agent Films Boutique and had been hotly tipped for the Golden Bear - is
The awards ceremony for the 67th Berlin Film Festival is taking place tonight (18 Feb). Follow the event’s live stream here from 6pm GMT (7pm Cet) and below for live updates.
The international jury comprised Paul Verhoeven (director), Dora Bouchoucha Fourati (producer), Olafur Eliasson (artist), Maggie Gyllenhaal (actress), Julia Jentsch (actress), Diego Luna (actor) and Wang Quan’an (director).
The Panorama and Generation sections have already revealed winners including Insyriated and I Am Not Your Negro. Scroll down for winners in additional sections.
The Berlinale also announced its 2018 dates: February 15 - 25, which is one week later than this year’s edition.
The full list of Berlin 2017 winnersGolden Bear for Best Film
Silver Bear Grand Jury Prize
Silver Bear Alfred Bauer Prize
Silver Bear for Best Director
It should be a crucial Christmas for the Ultra HD Blu-ray format. But not with £30 being asked for Mike And Dave Need Wedding Dates...
At a time when sales of physical discs are dwindling, and when studios can’t enjoy the kind of revenues that DVDs were throwing into their coffers in the early to mid-2000s, the release of a new physical disc format should in theory be something of a shot in the arm. Appreciating that it takes time for a new format to warm up, you only have to look at the £5 premium that’s generally slapped on a Blu-ray disc to see that, when done properly, everybody can win. Consumers get a choice between the resolution quality of their movies, whilst studios can attract a price premium, particularly out of those who really care about their home cinema.
And it’s people who
Kickboxer Vengeance review by Andrew Gaudion.
1989’s Kickboxer was the film that helped establish Jean-Claude Van Damme’s star persona. That and Bloodsport demonstrated Van Damme’s athletic charisma if not much else. Built very much like an ultra-violent Rocky set in Thailand, Kickboxer has enjoyed something of a cult following in the 27 years since its release. It is easy to see why, it has that wonderfully tone-deaf balance between violent action and ridiculous cheese that only the 80’s could muster (I am sure we all fondly remember a certain dance number). As has been the case with many 80’s sport action movies, a franchise was quickly formed around it, but without Van Damme.
Now, in 2016, Van Damme has been lured back to the franchise he helped create (probably fancied another holiday in Thailand,
This revamp (which ignores several interim direct-to-video sequels Van Damme did not participate in) is a bit shorter, a tad more stylish, and utilizes the same clichés a little less ponderously. Brainiacs need not apply to this otherwise unreconstructed testosterone-a-thon, but of its type, “Vengeance” is well-crafted good fun — and good proof that you don’t need more than two hours or $100 million to give ticket buyers
Directed by John Stockwell (a personal favourite of mine with credits which include Crazy/Beautiful, Blue Crush, Into the Blue and Turistas), Kickboxer: Vengeance sees Sloane travel to Thailand to avenge the death of his brother at the hands of the vicious fighter Tong Po (Dave Bautista) but not before training with Master Durand (Van Damme).
Alba began her TV and movie appearances at age 13 in "Camp Nowhere" and "The Secret World of Alex Mack" (1994). She then rose to prominence as the lead actress in producer James Cameron's "Dark Angel" (2000–2002) when she was 19.
Alba later appeared in "Honey" (2003), "Sin City" (2005), "Fantastic Four" (2005), "Into the Blue" (2005), "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer" (2007) and "Good Luck Chuck" (2007).
In January 2012, Alba co-founded The Honest Company...
A consumer goods company that sells non-toxic household products...
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Charting 10 of the main characters journey’s during season 5, this infographic shows just how far each character has travelled and what they did to get there.
Obviously spoilers are contained within.
The post Infographic: The Game Of Thrones Season Five Recap Map appeared first on The Hollywood News.
On the Amazon Prime front, check out below to see what you’ll be able to stream for free and what’s going to have a cost. Let’s watch!
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16 Blocks (2006)
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
A Clockwork Orange (1971)
Anthony Bourdain: Parks Unknown: Season 5
The Ascent of Woman: A 10,000 Year Story
Beat Bobby Flay: Season 1
Best in Show (2000)
When a madman kidnaps a young boy and rigs him with explosives, Ray (Ziggler), haunted by the loss of his young son, defies his captain (Kane) and takes matters into his own hands. Now he must beat the clock to stop a psychopath and save an innocent child.
Countdown is out on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD on April 5th.
The Walking Dead returns tomorrow night, and if there’s one thing that’s certain, it’s that we’ll be saying goodbye to a few more characters before the sixth season draws to a close. Never one to shy away from killing off its cast members, the hit zombie series has delivered numerous stand out deaths over the years, and the folks at Into the Blue have put together an infographic charting the most notable; check it out here…
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The Walking Dead will return from its midseason break on Sunday, February 14th.
Who came up with the idea that we're supposed to feel guilty about the films, TV shows and music that we like?
Every now and then, I emerge from the Den Of Geek shed and take a mooch around other websites and publications. I tend to like them a lot. There’s nothing to keep us and me on our toes more than seeing the wonderful work being done around the internet. Because there is lots of it.
There’s also, though, a breed of article I’m decreasingly keen on. Anything that starts with ‘x reasons why this will be that’, or ‘why so and so will suck’. The content of said articles may be great, but the whole approach tends to put me off.
Yet there’s nothing on guilty pleasures, a phrase that, to my mind, seems invented by playground bullies to try and
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