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Dfm talks distribution challenges

14 December 2014 1:14 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

A Dubai Film Market (Dfm) panel discussed the challenges in distributing Arab films in the region and internationally, and how Emirati filmmaker Ali Mostafa’s From A To B may become a game-changer.

The film is set to receive a groundbreaking theatrical release across nine Middle Eastern territories on some 60 screens at the beginning of January.

By Us, European or Chinese standards, 60 screens may not seem a big deal but in a region where the widest releases – even for high-profile Hollywood titles – are on 120 screens, distributor Empire International’s plans for From A To B are ambitious. 

Arab films, bar a few Egyptian star vehicles, rarely travel beyond their territories of origin in the region, or further afield in Europe and the Us, and often even have a hard time finding distribution at home.

This issue was at the heart of the Dfm talk on Friday entitled “What are the challenges of distributing Arab Films?” The panel looked »

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Dfm discusses distribution challenges

14 December 2014 1:14 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

A Dubai Film Market (Dfm) panel discussed the challenges in distributing Arab films in the region and internationally, and how Emirati filmmaker Ali Mostafa’s From A To B may become a game-changer.

The film is set to receive a groundbreaking theatrical release across nine Middle Eastern territories on some 60 screens at the beginning of January.

By Us, European or Chinese standards, 60 screens may not seem a big deal but in a region where the widest releases – even for high-profile Hollywood titles – are on 120 screens, distributor Empire International’s plans for From A To B are ambitious. 

Arab films, bar a few Egyptian star vehicles, rarely travel beyond their territories of origin in the region, or further afield in Europe and the Us, and often even have a hard time finding distribution at home.

This issue was at the heart of the Dfm talk on Friday entitled “What are the challenges of distributing Arab Films?” The panel looked »

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Dfm discusses distribution challenge

14 December 2014 1:14 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

A Dubai Film Market (Dfm) panel discussed the challenges in distributing Arab films in the region and internationally, and how Emirati filmmaker Ali Mostafa’s From A To B may become a game-changer.

The film is set to receive a groundbreaking theatrical release across nine Middle Eastern territories on some 60 screens at the beginning of January.

By Us, European or Chinese standards, 60 screens may not seem a big deal but in a region where the widest releases – even for high-profile Hollywood titles – are on 120 screens, distributor Empire International’s plans for From A To B are ambitious. 

Arab films, bar a few Egyptian star vehicles, rarely travel beyond their territories of origin in the region, or further afield in Europe and the Us, and often even have a hard time finding distribution at home.

This issue was at the heart of the Dfm talk on Friday entitled “What are the challenges of distributing Arab Films?” The panel looked »

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Netflix's Fun New Marco Polo Is All About the Wrath of Kublai Khan

12 December 2014 12:05 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Marco Polo, Netflix's new 10-episode series, is a fun, body-flinging, old-fashioned epic, the sort of story that drops a sensually handsome young man with a beard into a string of adventures in a world heavily spiced with the exotic. It is not as good as HBO's Game of Thrones, if that's what you were wondering. For one thing, there are no large prehistoric eggs that promise to hatch into dragons. And if there were, the dragons probably would also be old-fashioned: They would be the kind of stop-action clay figures that Ray Harryhausen created for Jason and the Argonauts and »

- Tom Gliatto, @gliattoT

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Netflix's Fun New Marco Polo Is All About the Wrath of Kublai Khan

12 December 2014 12:05 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Marco Polo, Netflix's new 10-episode series, is a fun, body-flinging, old-fashioned epic, the sort of story that drops a sensually handsome young man with a beard into a string of adventures in a world heavily spiced with the exotic. It is not as good as HBO's Game of Thrones, if that's what you were wondering. For one thing, there are no large prehistoric eggs that promise to hatch into dragons. And if there were, the dragons probably would also be old-fashioned: They would be the kind of stop-action clay figures that Ray Harryhausen created for Jason and the Argonauts and »

- Tom Gliatto, @gliattoT

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Electricity movie review (London Film Festival)

11 December 2014 12:18 PM, PST | www.flickfilosopher.com | See recent FlickFilosopher news »

Model-turned-actor Agyness Deyn is strange and lovely in a visually innovative and dramatically unexpected tale of personal adventure. I’m “biast” (pro): nothing

I’m “biast” (con): nothing

I have not read the source material

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

Lily has epilepsy. But Electricity is as far from a film about disease or disability as you can imagine. Instead, for 30ish Lily, it’s just one more challenge in a life that has had more than its share of them. Childhood abuse that may have caused her condition is hinted at, which may also explain why her family is shattered and scattered. And yet Lily retains a resolute, almost steely kindness and optimism; from our initial introduction to her, at her cashier’s job in a casino in a seaside English town, the model-turned-actor Agyness Deyn (Clash of the Titans) effortlessly imbues her »

- MaryAnn Johanson

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Luke Evans interview: The Hobbit, Lego

11 December 2014 8:29 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Duncan chats to Luke Evans about stunts, green screens, and being turned into a toy

Spoilers ahead for The Hobbit movies…

Having been a fan of Luke Evans's work for some years now, it was a strange coincidence that after finally getting a chance to interview him for Dracula Untold a few months back in October, we were almost immediately offered another chance for a catch up for the release of The Hobbit: Battle Of The Five Armies, which is finally unleashed on the 12th December.

The timing couldn’t be better though, as if there was one part of the trilogy to discuss all things Bard the Bowman, it was this one. After Peter Jackson controversially decided to end The Desolation Of Smaug on a cliff-hanger, it left poor Bard trapped in a jail and postponed his rightful moment to shine with his face off against the titular dragon, »

- sarahd

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International Star You Should Know: Agyness Deyn

5 December 2014 10:00 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Dedicated followers of fashion know Agyness Deyn, 31, as the British supermodel to whom style bible iD once devoted an entire issue. But to British auteur Terence Davies, she was just another unknown actress when she auditioned for the lead in his latest opus “Sunset Song.”

“Terence doesn’t engage with the contemporary world of celebrity, so he had no idea who she was,” says producer Bob Last. “Even to this day, I think he’s oblivious.”

Potential-‘Pusher

Her bigscreen debut as Aphrodite in “Clash of the Titans” conformed to the supermodel stereotype — a bit of decorative typecasting in a blockbuster, with as few lines as possible. But she caught the attention of casting agents with her London stage debut in “The Leisure Society” in 2012, and that same year showed her screen potential with a gritty supporting role in the U.K. remake of Danish thriller “Pusher.”

Electric Lead

This year, »

- Adam Dawtrey

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Germany’s Tmg Takes Muse’s Pharaoh Drama ‘Tut’

4 December 2014 9:55 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

London — Herbert L. Kloiber’s Tele München Group has taken all rights in German-speaking Europe to Ben Kingsley starring epic miniseries “Tut,” which is based on the life of Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun.

Muse Entertainment’s six-part action-adventure-thriller tells the story of Tutankhamun’s rise to power and his struggle to lead Egypt to glory, while his closest advisors, friends and lovers scheme for their own nefarious interests.

The drama, which is shooting on location in Morocco, also stars Avan Jogia (“Twisted”) as Tutankhamun and Alexander Siddig (“Clash of the Titans,” “Da Vinci’s Demons”).

Tut” is being produced for Spike TV by Muse, whose historical drama “The Kennedys” earned 10 Emmy Award nominations, winning four. Its event series “Pillars of the Earth” also won an Emmy.

Tut” is directed by David Von Ancken (“Hell on Wheels,” “Californication”), who is also an executive producer, and written by Michael Vickerman, Peter Paige and »

- Leo Barraclough

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Trailer for A.D.: Beyond the Bible miniseries

2 December 2014 4:20 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

The first trailer has arrived online for A.D.: Beyond the Bible, a twelve-hour sequel to The History Channel’s hit miniseries The Bible, which is set to air on NBC next year, and we have it for you below after the official synopsis…

A.D.: Beyond The Bible begins in the dark days after Jesus’ betrayal and death. A perfect storm brews in the Holy Land, fueled by social injustice, Roman military oppression and religious unrest. High priests and the Herod dynasty vie for power. Zealot revolutionaries turn to violence to regain what they believe is their promised land. And in the face of terrible odds and brutal persecution, the small band of Jesus’ disciples stand against the combined might of Rome and their own local authorities. In a generation of rebellion, war, famine, and carnage, who can they trust? Who should they fear? Will tomorrow bring a violent death? »

- Gary Collinson

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Sleepy Hollow season 2 episode 10 review: Magnum Opus

26 November 2014 1:30 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

The Mills sisters revisit their past in this week's Sleepy Hollow. Here's Holly's review of an identity-themed episode...

This review contains spoilers.

2.10 Magnum Opus

This week’s Sleepy Hollow is all about identity - Ichabod’s, Abbie’s, Abe’s, even the show’s itself. From the very first episode of the series, we’ve seen this journey with Ichabod, beginning with his emergence from the earth and continuing throughout his fish-out-of-water navigation of the new world. This journey, of course, is hijacked by the necessity of preventing the coming apocalypse.

Until recent episodes, his has been the most fleshed-out backstory. And it’s been enough, to say the least - the guy was already pretty interesting in his own time, what with all the turncoating and conspiring with our founding fathers. His turbulent relationships, as well, were a colonial soap opera. The constant flashbacks to his earlier life have »

- louisamellor

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Interview with Shahin Sean Solimon, writer, director and star of Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage

17 November 2014 4:14 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

david j. moore chats with Shahin Sean Solimon, writer, director and star of Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage

Every once in a blue moon a film will come out of nowhere, and Shahin Sean Solimon’s independently financed adventure film Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage was released to theaters in North America for a single week. Those who were lucky enough to catch it theatrically were treated to a long-gone style of filmmaking. Filled with stop motion animated monsters, real sets, an orchestral score, and a tirelessly intrepid ambition to remind viewers of a bygone era, the film hearkened back to the glory days of special effects pioneer Ray Harryhausen, who had contributed indelible, hand-crafted special effects wizardry in films like The 7th Voyage of Sinbad (1958), Jason and the Argonauts (1963), and Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger (1977). Inspired by Harryhausen’s groundbreaking work, Solimon took it upon himself to write, direct, »

- Gary Collinson

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The movie characters who scared us as children

5 November 2014 3:42 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Jaws from James Bond

One movie character who scared me as a child was Jaws, the shiny-toothed James Bond villain. Those silver teeth freaked me out, big time – I remember the early sequence from The Spy Who Loved Me was particularly chilling: Jaws lures a defenceless older man into a trap, and proceeds to bite into his neck, killing him. While we're shown no violence, the whole scene terrified me: the way Jaws walked slowly towards the man in a knowing, menacing way, and the idea of him simply biting the man to death (though at least he had the courtesy to stun the victim first).

Being bitten by Jaws isn't like being bitten by a vampire – he drinks no blood. Instead, he just seems to sink those artificial teeth into flesh and tear a hole big enough to cause fatal bleeding. Whenever I'd watch that scene, it made me deeply uncomfortable, »

- sarahd

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Holiday 2014 Forecast: 'Exodus: Gods and Kings'

4 November 2014 9:59 AM, PST | Box Office Mojo | See recent BoxOfficeMojo.com news »

<< Back to Holiday 2014 ForecastExodus: Gods and KingsRelease Date: December 12th (3D)Studio: 20th Century FoxGenre: DramaDirector: Ridley ScottWriters: Adam Cooper & Bill Collage and Jeffrey Caine and Steven ZaillianCast: Christian Bale, Joel Edgerton, Ben Kingsley, Aaron Paul, Sigourney Weaver, John Turturro, Ben Mendelsohn, Indira VarmaStudio Description: The defiant leader Moses rises up against the Egyptian Pharaoh Ramses, setting 600,000 slaves on a monumental journey of escape from Egypt and its terrifying cycle of deadly plagues.Analysis: Exodus: Gods and Kings arrives in theaters less than nine months after director Darren Aronofsky's Noah, which wrapped up its run at the domestic box office with $101.2 million. It's likely that Ridley Scott's big-budget retelling of the Exodus story tops that number, though it's hard to say by how much.The two movies share a number of similarities. Both explore well-known Old Testament stories that aren't specific to one religion or another: Moses and »

- Ray Subers <mail@boxofficemojo.com>

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Afm: K5 Picks Up Stephen Fingleton’s Thriller ‘The Survivalist’

4 November 2014 7:00 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

London — Oliver Simon and Daniel Baur’s K5 Intl. has taken international rights to writer/director Stephen Fingleton’s thriller “The Survivalist,” and added the film to its Afm slate.

Written and directed by Fingleton (“Magpie,” “Slr,” “Shirin”), “The Survivalist” is a dystopian thriller set in a time of starvation, where a lone man lives off a small plot of land hidden deep in forest, protecting his crop from intruders with his shotgun and improvised traps. But the long years alone have taken their toll on him, and he is beginning to lose his grip on reality.

Everything changes when a starving woman and her teenage daughter discover the farm. Desperate for food and shelter, the mother offers up her daughter to spend the night with him in return for bed and board. Overcome with desire, the man breaks his strict code of self-preservation and accepts them into his cabin. »

- Leo Barraclough

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PalmStar Media, Basil Iwanyk’s Thunder Road Set $200 Million in Annual Financing Deal

22 October 2014 3:34 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

PalmStar Media Capital has closed a multi-year financing agreement with Thunder Road Pictures, giving the production company access to more than $200 million in equity annually.

“Thunder Road has a long track record of success with both mid-size indie films and larger studio tentpoles,” company head Basil Iwanyk said. “This collaboration gives us tremendous flexibility in growing both sides of the business.”

Thunder Road will use the funds to fully finance and produce five to six “star-driven” independent films in the $20 to $50 million budget range per year, along with financing and co-financing the development and production of larger studio projects. The deal also provides more than $5 million in annual development capital for Thunder Road.

The deal comes at a time when studios are pulling back on mid-budget movies in order to focus on tentpoles and franchises.

Thunder Road and PalmStar said the partnership grew out of production of the Keanu Reeves action/thriller “John Wick, »

- Dave McNary

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'Warcraft' Lands 'Pacific Rim' Composer Ramin Djawadi

17 October 2014 1:21 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Composer Ramin Djawadi (Pacific Rim) has signed on to provide the score for director Duncan Jones' video game adaptation Warcraft, which is currently in post-production after wrapping principal photography in July.

Warcraft is based on the massively popular video game of the same name, where players control characters in a long-standing war between the Horde and the Alliance in a mystical realm full of various creatures. We reported in May that the project will undergo nearly two years of post-production work, before it is released in March 2016. Producer Thomas Tull revealed that the video game adaptation will employ "next generation" technology to bring this fantasy world to life. The first footage was shown at Comic-Con this summer, but it's unclear when the general public may get to see what this massive movie looks like.

Director Duncan Jones has used different composers for all of his movies, employing Clint Mansell for his 2009 directorial debut Moon, »

- MovieWeb

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Pacific Rim Composer Ramin Djawadi To Score Warcraft Movie

17 October 2014 9:22 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

According to Film Music Reporter, Pacific Rim and Game of Thrones composer Ramin Djawadi has signed on to score Legendary Pictures’ big-screen adaptation of Warcraft.

Along with the aforementioned duo, Djawadi’s previous credits include work on Clash of the Titans and this year’s Dracula Untold. Now, the experienced composer will take a trip to Azeroth along with Moon director Duncan Jones, who recently confirmed that production had wrapped on the live-action epic.

But Warcraft is far from completion, what with Industrial Light and Magic knee deep in special effects work. And given the fantastical setting of Jones’ film, it may be some time yet before we see a full-length trailer.

That said, during this year’s San Diego Comic-Con event, lucky attendees were fortunate enough to see some early footage for the film, which has since been billed as combining the epic scope found in The Lord of the Rings »

- Michael Briers

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Former Film Engine’s Navid McIIhargey Partners With German Financiers, Acquires First Project ‘The Feud’

17 October 2014 9:09 AM, PDT | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

Navid McIllhargey, the former FilmEngine president is back with a new company — Vandal Entertainment — and he just optioned his first project under the new banner: a revenge thriller called The Feud. Financed by German investors Film House Germany and Summerstorm Entertainment, McIllhargey just purchased the spec by Matthew Altman and David Matalon (no, not the Matalon who used to head New Regency). Described as The Raid meets Winter’s Bone, the story follows a mysterious man who returns to his home in Iowa for his brother’s funeral when he finds himself head to head with the local crime boss and traps him and his friends in an abandoned farm complex. They must battle for their lives against impossible odds.

McIllhargey, who formerly worked at Silver Pictures and New Regency, expects to announce several more projects in both film and television shortly; he and his financiers plan to do two »

- Anita Busch

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Pacific Rim Composer To Score Duncan Jones' Warcraft

17 October 2014 8:08 AM, PDT | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

According to filmmusicreporter.com, Legendary Pictures and director Duncan Jones have hired Ramin Djawadi to compose the Warcraft score. Ramin Djawadi is best known for scoring: Pacific Rim (2013), Clash of the Titans (2010), and Dracula Untold (2014). Duncan Jones' Warcraft wrapped filming in August and currently Ilm (Industrial Light & Magic) is hard at work adding digital effects. It'll be a long grueling  post-production but if the film is nearly as good as Jones' Moon (2009) we are all in for a real treat. A brief amount of footage was shown this year at San Diego's Comic-Con and for the most part it was compared to Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings in scope and the CG characters were said to be of high-quality like Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Sadly, the film won't arrive in theaters until 2016. Geesh! Legendary Pictures’ Warcraft, a 3D epic adventure of world-colliding conflict »

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