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Watch: Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt make Amitabh Bachchan groove on ‘Jahaan chaar yaar’ on a fashion runway

Watch: Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt make Amitabh Bachchan groove on ‘Jahaan chaar yaar’ on a fashion runway
Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt are on the promotional spree for their upcoming film Badrinath Ki Dulhania. The couple brought their entertainment quotient to the fashion runway at the 12th edition of Caring with Style Fashion show. Veteran designers Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla hosted a special show ‘The Golden Door’ association with Cancer PatientsRead More

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Golden Door International Film Festival Announces 2016 Lineup, Hosts ‘Another You’ As Opening Night Film

Golden Door International Film Festival Announces 2016 Lineup, Hosts ‘Another You’ As Opening Night Film
The Golden Door International Film Festival has announced its 2016 lineup today. The New Jersey festival features a mix of indie winners and mainstream majors. It runs from September 22nd through the 25th and it’s held at the beautiful Landmark Loews, Beacon Paramount theatre, and Rialto-Capital.

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The festival will host the world premiere of Chris Robert’s film “Another You,” which follows young and ambitious science major Sydney Jameson who finds love and refuses to let it go, turning an ordinary relationship into a dangerous fixation. Sydney soon loses herself in a scientific break through, finding a way to use the theory of De Ja Vu to explore her past mistakes. It stars Ksenia Solo (“Black Swan), Kris Holden-Ried (“K-19: The Widowmaker”), Diego Boneta (“Scream Queens”), and Richard T. Jones (“Judging Amy”). Watch an exclusive clip from the film below.
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Kerri-Anne Kennerley defends recent break from TV

Kerri-Anne Kennerley has hit back at reports that she is quitting her TV show. The Australian television star, who has hosted breakfast programme Mornings with Kerri-Anne for eight years, was rumoured to be quitting her job and being replaced by Catriona Rowntree. The speculation arose when Kennerley went on holiday shortly after reported meetings with bosses about the future of the show. She has now told the Herald Sun that she only "abruptly" took leave because talks about the series stalled and she needed a break. "Clearly it hasn't been a very positive week and quite honestly I'm a bit [sick] of it," she said. Kennerley said that she went to the Hunter Valley and enjoyed a break at the Golden Door retreat, adding: "They don't roll over [annual (more)
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Golden Door Film Festival, Loew's Jersey City October 13-16

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Cinema Retro has received the following announcement from the Loew's Theatre in Jersey City, NJ:

This week we are pleased to be a participating sponsor of the Golden Door International Film Festival of Jersey City in its inaugural year.

It is going to run from Thursday, October 13, through Sunday, October 16.

Festival events will happen at various locations around Jersey City, with the Loew's being a principal venue. We will be the site of both the opening and closing ceremonies, plus various screenings. The closing ceremony will include awards to Festival winners and special awards to the actor Paul Sorvino -- of "Goodfellas" and "Law and Order" fame, plus a whole lot of other character/supporting roles -- and to Leon Gast -- Jersey City native and Academy Award winning director of the 1996 documentary "When We Were Kings."

However please note that there will be no Festival events at the Loew's on Saturday,
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International Sales Agents of the Day: Elle Driver and The Wild Bunch in Toronto

Wild Bunch and Elle Driver are in Toronto with films by such illuminaries as Fernando Meirelles (City of God, The Constant Gardener), Cedric Kahn, Goro Miyazaki (Tales from Earthsea), Emanuele Crialese (Respiro, The Golden Door), Kore-eda (Nobody Knows), Lou Ye (Summer Palace), Nacho Vigalondo(Timecrimes) and Marco van Geffen. Handling their publicity is Martin Marquet, one of the bright lights in our universe. You can find the team at the Hyatt Regency on King Street West. Check out their films below the jump. 360 (Isa: Wild Bunch), Gala Directed by Fernando Meirelles Starring Anthony Hopkins, Rachel Weisz (Tbc) and Ben Foster,…
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25 Alternative 2011 Tiff Picks: Emanuele Crialese's Terraferma

#20. Terraferma Director: Emanuele Crialese Cast: Filippo Pucillo, Donatella Finocchiaro, Mimmo Cuticcho, Giuseppe Fiorello, Timnit T. Distributor: Rights Available Buzz: Using a familiar backdrop of his native Sicily (sun-bleached islands plus rhythmic aqua blues) this appears (see trailer) less epic in scope than his 2006 film The Golden Door and less fable like than 2002's Respiro -- but Emanuele Crialese still works with the same obsession: free spirit status of the individual. Perhaps more telling, less romantic and more complex within this format, along with Kaurismäki's Le Havre, this Venice selected title only confirms that immigration migration due to the despairing differences between rich and poor and climate change is more than just a trendy topic. The Gist: Two women, an Island dweller and a foreigner: one dramatically influences the life of the other. But they both share the same desire for a different future, a better life for their children and the dream of the mainland.
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Glam Slam: Diy Spa Pampering

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Glam Slam: Diy Spa Pampering
Want to get great skin, but don't have the time or money to get to a spa?

Estheticians Linda Ashbrook and Ashton Chody from California's famed Golden Door Spa (Oprah and Barbra Streisand are fans!) came up with these awesome spa recipes you can do at home.

Facial Scrub

Mix 1/2 cup dark brown sugar, 1/2 cup sweet almond oil, 1 tbsp ground oatmeal and 1 tsp nutmeg. Cleanse face and then apply scrub to moist skin. Using middle two fingers massage into face with an upward motion. Relax for 10 minutes with a warm, wet towel, ...

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Glam Slam: Don't Bail On Your Workout Now

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Glam Slam: Don't Bail On Your Workout Now
It's estimated that 75 percent of people who made New Year's resolutions break them by March. Ouch!

If your resolution was to workout more, don't give up! Here are a few tips from California's famous Golden Door Spa to help keep you motivated.

1. Exercising in the morning tends to provide greater success and stimulates your metabolism throughout the day; however, the bottom line is it is important to exercise when it is most convenient for you.

2. "Accumulated steps" may be another mantra for success. Strap on a pedometer, a device used to track the ...

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Glam Slam: Tips For A Slim & Trim 2011!

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Glam Slam: Tips For A Slim & Trim 2011!
It started with Halloween candy and moved on to pumpkin pie and then eggnog and peppermint bark.

After weeks of indulging and overindulging, it's time to get back on a healthier track!

Here are some tips to get you started courtesy of California's legendary Golden Door Spa, which has seen everyone from Gloria Swanson to Lucille Ball to Oprah.

Always eat sitting down.

Never eat out of boxes or bags. This acknowledges, signifies and honors the meal and can help you avoid mindless eating.

Take three long, deep breaths before you eat.

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Fable 3 Legendary Weapons Locations Guide

Legendary weapons collectibles have made the jump from Fable 2 to Fable 3 and evolved to include three unlockable bonuses per weapon while equipped. With a total of 51 Legendary weapons to collect in Fable 3 (plus 1 additional exclusive to the Limited Collector's Edition, Wolfsbane), you can spend hours upon hours trying to acquire and unlock the bonuses for all.

Legendary weapons can only be acquired once you have leveled up to level 5 in Ranged and Melee weapons on the Road to Rule. It will take accumulating a lot of Guild Seals to open the necessary chests for level 5 so you'll find the Legendary weapons cannot be collected until the narrative is close to or completed.

Some of the Legendary weapons are always obtainable meaning whichever shop, treasure chest or quest that coughs them up will produce the same weapon. Of the 51 Legendary weapons available in Fable 3, 26 of them can be obtained playing solo.
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'Rebirth' for Tribeca fest slate

'Rebirth' for Tribeca fest slate
New York -- As the Tribeca Film Festival unveiled lineups for its Midnight, Restored/Rediscovered and new Encounters sections Tuesday, co-founder Jane Rosenthal explained the downsizing of her star-filled slate.

"Everyone told us there was so much to choose from last year, so hopefully this raises the bar for pictures and allows us to be a bit more selective," said Rosenthal, recovering from a flu that left her virtually unable to talk Monday. "Our curatorial program is a stronger program for it."

Organizers on Monday had announced the elimination of two NY/NY sections and plans to screen 159 features this year, down from 174 in 2006 (Hr 3/13).

Rosenthal added that the number of screening venues, which increased and expanded uptown last year, will increase and allow for more screenings of each film. The AMC Loews Kips Bay 15, AMC Loews 72nd Street 1 and Clearview Chelsea West will be added.

She seemed most enthusiastic about DJ Spooky's "Rebirth of a Nation," a "remix" of D.W. Griffith's 1915 epic "The Birth of a Nation" that deconstructs the controversial film. In an equally unusual event, film archivist Paolo Cherchi Usai will screen historical films to the "Passio of Arvo Part" music at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine and Trinity Church.

The new Encounters program -- developed by festival executive director Peter Scarlet, managing director and programmer Nancy Schafer and senior programmer David Kwok -- will "focus on people stretching themselves, either the subjects or the filmmakers," Rosenthal said. The 23-film slate will include world premieres from actors-turned-producers Rosario Dawson ("Descent") and Benicio Del Toro ("Lovesickness") and actors-turned-directors Mary Stuart Masterson ("The Cake Eaters"), James Franco ("Good Time Max") and Diego Luna ("Chavez").

Other features in the new section are "The Air I Breathe," featuring five actors (Forest Whitaker, Brendan Fraser, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Andy Garcia and Kevin Bacon) as characters in life-altering situations; Italy's Ellis Island-themed Oscar entry "Golden Door" (Nuovomondo); and "Suburban Girl," Marc Klein's adaptation of the best-selling novel "The Girls' Guide to Hunting and Fishing."

Martin Scorsese and Scarlet have curated Restored/Rediscovered, preserving and presenting rare films. Cinda Firestone's prison riot docu "Attica," Grigori Chukrai's post-Stalin-era Russian love story "The Forty-First" (Sorok Fervyi) and actor Gerard Blain's 1973 French directorial effort "The Pelican" (Le Pelican) made this year's cut.

The 11-film Midnight program follows the offbeat, more commercial taste of similar late-night fest sections. Films include Michael Addis' fame docu "Hecklers," featuring Jamie Kennedy; Jim Hickey's gross-out comedy "Dirty Sanchez," featuring the eponymous U.K. comedy troupe; and John Erick Dowdle's serial killer thriller "The Poughkeepsie Tapes."

The entire 2007 Tribeca slate encompasses 244 films, including 75 world, 32 North American and 18 domestic premieres. Some 4,550 films were submitted to the fest, including 2,250 features.
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Top Italian directors behind David noms

ROME -- Two of Italy's best-known directors and three up-and-coming talents are behind the best film nominees at this year's 2007 David di Donatello awards, organizers announced Tuesday.

In most previous years, one or two films have dominated the nominations for the David awards, Italy's top film honors. But this year's slate spreads the wealth between nearly a dozen productions nominated in more than one major category.

Among the leading lights are Ermanno Olmi's Centochiodi, which garnered the director his seventh David nomination in the best film category. The film is reported to be Olmi's last narrative film. Giuseppe Tornatore's La Sconosciuta (The Unknown) also was nominated for the top honor.

The films from emerging talents in the centerpiece competition are Emanuele Crialese's Nuovomondo (The Golden Door), which won a special jury prize at last year's Venice film festival; 2006 Cannes C.I.C.A.E. award winner Anche Libero va Bene (Along the Ridge) from Kim Rossi Stuart; and Daniele Luchetti's local boxoffice smash Mio Fratello e Figlio Unico (My Brother is an Only Child).

The Golden Door: Trailers

[/link] has given us the newest trailers for The Golden Door. Directed by Emanuele Crialese, this period pic starring Charlotte Gainsbourg takes place in Sicily 1913. In a desolate corner of the Sicilian countryside lives a family of peasants who have worked the same land for generations. The pic will be released in theaters beginning May 25, 2007. Here are some trailers below.Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wqiLxlnMjCA Clip #1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IO2xUZdx2RMCLIP #2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bEelsyuMiHQCLIP #3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-XvkpCFO1ECLIP #4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJTuL0jJCVoCLIP #5: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pZxQY7oIegE...
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Poster One-sheet: The Golden Door

[/link]’s Nuovomondo (known or soon to be known to North American audiences as The Golden Door) was among the cherished films from 06’s Venice film festival. Miramax Films picked up the rights to the Italian/Franco/German production back in November and will be showcasing the picture this summer. Starring Charlotte Gainsbourg, this goes way back to Sicily circa 1913. In a desolate corner of the Sicilian countryside lives a family of peasants who have worked the same land for generations. The monotony of daily life is relieved by the arrival of a man from America. This man, with his golden teeth, goes from place to place talking about the New World and its inhabitants, of the riches of this paradise: potatoes as big as train carriages, carrots as long as canoes, trees dripping with gold coins. And he has photographs proving the truth of this fabulous place.
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'Door' opens 50th S.F. fest

'Door' opens 50th S.F. fest
Emanuele Crialese's The Golden Door, an account of a Sicilian family coming to America at the turn of the last century, will serve as the opening-night film of the San Francisco International Film Festival, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.

The fest, which runs April 26-May 10, will screen 200 films from 54 countries and present three world premieres.

Tom DiCillo's satiric comedy Delirious, starring Steve Buscemi, has been slated as the Centerpiece film, while the closing-night attraction will be Oliver Dahan's Edith Piaf biopic La vie en rose, starring Marion Cotillard.

"A golden anniversary comes around only once in an organization's lifetime," San Francisco Film Society executive director Graham Leggat said Tuesday in unveiling the lineup. "And we intend to take full advantage of this remarkable occasion."

Honorees at the annual black-tie Film Society Awards Night, set for May 3 at the Westin St. Francis Hotel, include Spike Lee, recipient of the Directing Award

2006's Indie Queens and Foreign Femme Fatales

  • Continuing on yesterday’s cue, Indie Queens and Foreign Femme Fatales top 10 list demonstrates an appreciation for performance, grace, style, facial symmetry and once again that je ne sais quoi factor. This year’s compilation is a mix of 2006’s old school – which’ve once again proved their weight in gold and we also witnessed a new generation of leading ladies make their marks. The sum is a healthy representation of world inhabitants and some sizzling performances. 10. Abbie Cornish2006: Unless you happen to live in the Aussieland sunbelt, prior to 04’ no one heard of the actress. Cornish’s international claim to fame (Somersault) was finally released stateside in 06’ and folks were whip lashed by her with additional stints in A Good Year (2006)A Good Year
[/link] and junkie-friendly vehicle of Candy.2007: The next Watts/Kidman to come out of Australia will next appear in The Golden Age and Kimberly Peirce's
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European Film Awards: Volver vs. Lives of Others

  • Founded in 1988, the European Film Academy currently unites 1,700 European film professionals with the common aim of promoting Europe's film culture. Here are this year's noms.... European Film '72 (1971)Film 2006
[/link] Breakfast On Pluto; Ireland/UK Directed by Neil Jordan Produced by Parallel Film Productions Ltd./Number 9 Films Grbavica; Austria/Bosnia-Herzegovina/Germany/Croatia Directed by Jasmila Zbanic Produced by Coop99 Filmproduktion Gmbh/Deblokada/Noirfilm/Jadran Film Das Leben Der Anderen (The Lives Of Others); Germany Directed by Florian Henckel Von Donnersmarck Produced by Wiedemann & Berg Filmproduktion/Bayerischer Rundfunk/Arte/Creado Film The Road To Guantanamo; UK Directed by Michael Winterbottom And Mat Whitecross Produced by Revolution Films Ltd. Volver; Spain Directed by Pedro Almodovar Produced by El Deseo D.A., S.L.U. The Wind That Shakes The Barley; UK/Ireland/Germany/Italy/Spain Directed By Ken Loach Produced By Sixteen Films/Matador Pictures/Regent Capital/UK Film Council/Bord Scannan Na
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'Door' opens for Miramax

'Door' opens for Miramax
Miramax Films has snared U.S. and Australian rights to Italian foreign-language Oscar contender Golden Door (Nuovomondo), directed and written by Emanuele Crialese.

The film tells a mythical tale of a Sicilian peasant family who come to America to seek their fortune in the early 1900s. It secured this year's Silver Lion during the Venice International Film Festival.

The cast features Charlotte Gainsbourg and Vincenzo Amato and was produced by Alexandre Mallet-Guy.

The project was brought to Miramax by the company's vp acquisitions, Peter Lawson. The deal was brokered by Miramax executive vp business affairs and operations Michael Luisi with Wild Bunch's Carole Baraton.

'Door' opens for Miramax

'Door' opens for Miramax
Miramax Films has snared U.S. and Australian rights to Italian foreign-language Oscar contender Golden Door (Nuovomondo), directed and written by Emanuele Crialese.

The film tells a mythical tale of a Sicilian peasant family who come to America to seek their fortune in the early 1900s. It secured this year's Silver Lion during the Venice International Film Festival.

The cast features Charlotte Gainsbourg and Vincenzo Amato and was produced by Alexandre Mallet-Guy.

The project was brought to Miramax by the company's vp acquisitions, Peter Lawson. The deal was brokered by Miramax executive vp business affairs and operations Michael Luisi with Wild Bunch's Carole Baraton.

Oscar imports: 'Door' (Italy), 'Derecho' (Argentina)

Oscar imports: 'Door' (Italy), 'Derecho' (Argentina)
ROME -- Emanuele Crialese's Nuovomondo (The Golden Door), a period drama about a family of Sicilians seeking to immigrate to the United States, has been selected as Italy's candidate in the best foreign-language film race for the 2006 Academy Awards, while Daniel Burman's Derecho de Familia (Family Law) will represent Argentina. Nuovomondo was a success at the recent Venice International Film Festival, taking home the Silver Lion award as the festival's biggest revelation. The critically acclaimed film -- which has grossed about $1 million after two weeks in general release in Italy -- was largely cast with Sicilian stage actors. But it does feature Charlotte Gainsbourg as Lucia, a British woman who sneaks on a ship bound to New York from Palermo. There's also a cameo appearance by Vincent Schiavelli, who died last year shortly after filming wrapped. Crialese is best known for his 2002 film Respiro.
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