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'Sons of Anarchy' producer Paris Barclay on filming that Venus/Tig scene

13 November 2014 9:53 AM, PST | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

If you're a Sons of Anarchy fan who can't stop talking about the performances Walton Goggins and Kim Coates delivered in that beautiful bedroom conversation between Venus and Tig in the Nov. 11 episode, you are not alone. Executive producer Paris Barclay, who directed "Faith and Despondency," phoned EW Radio from Wales on Wednesday to rave about what he considers to be possibly the best performance by any two actors in the FX drama's seven seasons. Listen to the clip below. "There was really true love there, and when it was done, the crew just stopped and applauded them," Barclay says. »

- Mandi Bierly

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Irrfan Khan special guest at Florence Indian Film Festival

12 November 2014 2:29 AM, PST | DearCinema.com | See recent DearCinema.com news »

Irrfan Khan will be the special guest at the 14th River to River Florence Indian Film Festival.

The festival will screen Qissa by Anup Singh, The Namesake by Mira Nair and Paan Singh Tomar by Tigmanshu Dhulia as part of a special tribute to the versatile actor. Seven episodes of the third season of the Us HBO series In Treatment, starring Khan, will also be screened.

The 14th River to River Florence Indian Film Festival will take place at Cinema Odeon in Florence (Piazza Strozzi 2) from December 6 to 12 and screen more than 40 films.

A special selection of films from the festival will also be screened in Rome (December 13 – 14) and Milan (February 2015).

The festival is directed by Selvaggia Velo and is supported by the Embassy of India and Find – India/Europe Foundation for New Dialogues, with the contribution of the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage – Cinema Department, the Tuscan Region and Fondazione Sistema Toscana, »

- NewsDesk

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Homeland And The Affair Get Series Renewals From Showtime

11 November 2014 3:32 AM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Showtime has staked its claim on the 2015 Sunday nights of TV audiences, by handing series renewals to its two biggest shows – Homeland and The Affair. The dramatic pair is broadcast as a duo on the network – a coupling that has proved highly successful. With the flagship title of Homeland as the espionage-heavy, globe-trotting lead-in, ratings have shown that viewers are then more than happy to stick around for the more intimate The Affair, leading executives to plan a repeat of that scheduling in 2015.

The renewal of Homeland – created by Howard Gordon and Alex Gansa (24) – will take it into its fifth season, and represents an impressive achievement on the part of the show’s creative team. As season three drew to a close at the end of 2013, many doubted the ability of the show to reinvent itself following the devastating conclusion of its biggest storyline, and loss of a lead character. »

- Sarah Myles

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Shannon, Weisz lead Joshua Marston drama

5 November 2014 2:01 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Parts & Labor-produced English-language drama sold by Protagonist.

Rachel Weisz and Michael Shannon are to star in Maria Full of Grace director Joshua Marston’s first English-language feature, which has come together ahead of the Afm where it is likely to be among the hottest indie packages.

New York production outfit Parts & Labor (Beginners, Love is Strange) will produce the as-yet untitled feature, also written by Marston, with Protagonist handling international sales.

Weisz will play Alice, the intriguing guest introduced at a dinner party hosted by Tom (Shannon) and his wife, celebrating his birthday.

Tom increasingly believes he knows Alice but by a different name and a different biography, and suspects that she’s not there entirely by coincidence.

The evening spins into a highly-charged reunion between a man in need of making a change in his life and a woman who desperately wants to stop changing.

Parts & Labor’s Lars Knudsen and Jay Van Hoy are producing »

- andreas.wiseman@screendaily.com (Andreas Wiseman)

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Katie Holmes Reveals Her Busy Mom Beauty Trick, Plus Her Favorite Hair Products

24 October 2014 8:17 AM, PDT | Us Weekly | See recent Us Weekly news »

Katie Holmes has a trick for the mamas to try at home!  During an intimate Manhattan gathering to promote Alterna Haircare on Tuesday, Oct. 21, brand ambassador Holmes, 35, revealed just how she keeps her brunette tresses in tip-top shape while juggling life as a single mom. ’’I use the Caviar Shampoo and Conditioner to start, then the Moisture Milk Leave-In Treatment,” Holmes, mom to Suri, 8, explained. The Giver actress also said that though she likes to use oil on her hair, she tends to leave the [...] »

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'Sons of Anarchy' director Paris Barclay on that 'Greensleeves' scene

21 October 2014 10:42 PM, PDT | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

Spoiler alert: The Oct. 21 episode of Sons of Anarchy, "Greensleeves," ended with Jax (Charlie Hunnam) receiving a box from August Marks that will haunt Samcro and viewers. Exec producer Paris Barclay, who directed the episode, takes EW inside filming that tragic twist and the other big moments. EW: Let's start at the beginning, with Juice being given back his cut at the site of John Teller's death, then setting off on his mission to get himself arrested so he can kill Lin inside. What is the significance of that site now? Barclay: I believe that it's going to be an »

- Mandi Bierly

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‘The Affair’s’ Dual Narrative and ‘Sensational Hook’ Reeled in Showtime

21 October 2014 10:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

“Great pay cable shows are about characters in extreme situations,” says Showtime president David Nevins, “but I’ve always wanted to do something about regular people in marriage. Then (showrunner) Sarah (Treem) comes in and hits me with a show that examines marriage through the lens of adultery. It’s a sensational hook.”

The idea for “The Affair” started with Hagai Levi, the creator of HBO’s “In Treatment.” “I like to take a topic that is common and make it my own,” he explains. “What happens if you consider yourself a good person, and you lose that image of yourself?”

Levi had worked with Sarah Treem on “In Treatment,” and recruited her to help develop the concept for the new show. They honed in on the “Rashomon”-like structure, recounting the affair from each character’s perspective. “Usually you only see it from one point-of-view,” Levi says. “I thought »

- Debra Birnbaum

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Must Watch: Full Trailer for Bennett Miller's Powerful 'Foxcatcher'

14 October 2014 10:37 AM, PDT | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

"Do you have any idea who I am?" So far, the the first, second & third teaser trailers for Bennett Miller's acclaimed new drama Foxcatcher haven't shown much, but they have hinted at some great performances from Steve Carell, Channing Tatum and Mark Ruffalo, along with an intense and powerful story. Now a full-length trailer has arrived painting a much better picture of this strange and tragic story about Olympic wrestling champions (Tatum & Ruffalo) who become at odds with their trainer John du Pont (Carell). This looks like such a stirring and even haunting drama, and this is sure to be an Oscar contender soon. Watch! Here's the full theatrical trailer for Bennett Miller's Foxcatcher, originally from Yahoo: You can also check out the first, second and third teaser trailers and read Alex's review. Foxcatcher is directed by Bennett Miller (Capote, Moneyball) and written by Dan Futterman (Capote, "In Treatment »

- Ethan Anderton

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Haut Et Cout TV Teams With July-August Prods. And Tandem For Yael Hedaya-Penned ‘Rubber Ducks’

13 October 2014 12:37 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

France’s Haut et Court TV, the company behind hit supernatural drama “The Returned,” is set to team up with Israel’s July-August Productions to develop “Rubber Ducks,” a psychological thriller series penned by Yael Hedaya (“In Treatment”). 

Studiocanal-owned Tandem is co-developing and will handle worldwide distribution of the series, which was unveiled at Mipcom by Caroline Benjo, managing director of Haut et Court TV.

“Rubber Ducks” tells a fictionalized story based on an actual experiment undertaken by Nasa in 2008.  During the low-tech experiment, Nasa dropped 90 rubber duck toys through holes in a Greenland glacier, trying to track how the Arctic icecap is melting. 

“Following the path of ‘The Returned’’s (pictured above) new take on a genre, we are thrilled to be producing this amazing high concept/ character-driven series, playing with the viewers expectations like any great modern TV storytelling — entertaining, complex, frightening and funny at the same time, »

- Elsa Keslassy

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Showtime's The Affair: Are You Wedded to This 'He Said, She Said' Drama?

12 October 2014 8:26 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

The seeds for Showtime’s The Affair were planted on Sunday night — will you be sticking around to see how this “He Said, She Said” drama plays out?

Co-created by In Treatment‘s Sarah Treem and Hagai Levi, The Affair stars Dominic West (The Wire) as Noah Solloway, a New York City school teacher and aspiring novelist who is spending the summer at his in-laws’ estate out on Long Island. As he, wife Helen (ER‘s Maura Tierney) and their brood of kids arrive for this getaway, they make the acquaintance of a local waitress, Alison (Luther‘s Ruth Wilson »

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The Affair, Ep. 1.01: “Pilot” sets up an engrossing new series

12 October 2014 8:25 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Joshua Jackson, Ruth Wilson

The Affair, Season 1, Episode 1: “Pilot”

Teleplay by Sarah Treem, Story by Sarah Treem and Hagai Levi

Directed by Mark Mylod

Airs Sundays at 10 pm Et on Showtime

Over the past few years, shows such as In Treatment, The Wire, Fringe, and Luther have all garnered widespread critical acclaim. The newest series from Showtime brings together talents from all four shows, as Sarah Treem and Hagai Levi team up once again to create The Affair. Focusing on two couples and the toll an extramarital affair has on both, the new series stars Dominic West, Ruth Wilson, Joshua Jackson, and Maura Tierney, and uses multiple perspectives to look at the same event from different angles. The show’s pilot episode indicates these talents have not been wasted, as it delivers an engrossing episode that uses its unique storytelling structure to great effect, while painting a compelling mystery populated by strong characters. »

- Deepayan Sengupta

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The Affair Tells Two Stories — But Which One Do We Believe?

11 October 2014 3:06 PM, PDT | TVGuide.com - Features | See recent TVGuide - Features news »

There are two sides to every story, and Showtime's provocative new drama The Affair aims to tell them both.

The series, debuting Sunday at 10/9c, uses a Roshomon-like technique to tell the stories of Noah Solloway (The Wire's Dominic West) and Allison Lockhart (Luther's Ruth Wilson), a pair who begin their titular adulterous romance during a summer in Montauk. Each person is recalling his or her version of events as part of a present-day framing device, and, naturally, there are significant differences depending on who is telling the story.

Fall Preview: Check out all the must-see new shows

"I'm interested in psychology and the way that people think about themselves and who they are versus who they want to be," executive producer Sarah Treem, who developed the series with In Treatment's Hagai Levi, tells TVGuide.com....

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- Adam Bryant

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The Affair Tells Two Stories — But Which One Do We Believe?

11 October 2014 3:06 PM, PDT | TVGuide - Breaking News | See recent TVGuide - Breaking News news »

There are two sides to every story, and Showtime's provocative new drama The Affair aims to tell them both.

The series, debuting Sunday at 10/9c, uses a Roshomon-like technique to tell the stories of Noah Solloway (The Wire's Dominic West) and Allison Lockhart (Luther's Ruth Wilson), a pair who begin their titular adulterous romance during a summer in Montauk. Each person is recalling his or her version of events as part of a present-day framing device, and, naturally, there are significant differences depending on who is telling the story.

Fall Preview: Check out all the must-see new shows

"I'm interested in psychology and the way that people think about themselves and who they are versus who they want to be," executive producer Sarah Treem, who developed the series with In Treatment's Hagai Levi, tells TVGuide.com....

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- Adam Bryant

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'The Affair': TV Review

10 October 2014 2:12 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Sarah Treem's version — and vision — of infidelity is rendered superbly in The Affair, her new Showtime series that combines excellent writing, nuanced acting and an intriguing structural device to hook viewers. The Affair comes at a time when the broadcast networks haven't delivered much meat, a good deal of buzz is being generated over on Amazon (for its excellent Transparent series), and cable is wrapping up some very good newcomers and trotting out some solid vets. Meaning, cable could use something new and electric right now, and The Affair fits the bill. Treem (House of Cards, In Treatment),

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- Tim Goodman

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'The Affair' co-creator Sarah Treem: 'We wanted to tell a story about two good people'

10 October 2014 1:06 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

The premise of Showtime’s “The Affair” — in which Dominic West and Ruth Wilson get together, cheating on, respectively, Maura Tierney and Joshua Jackson — didn’t much interest me when I heard about it, even when those actors were involved. Then I heard that Sarah Treem was one of the creators and the lead writer, and my tune started to change. Treem, a playwright turned screenwriter, was on staff for all three seasons of HBO’s great “In Treatment” — she was, in fact, the only writer to be with the show for all three years — and helped craft the episodes involving three of my favorite characters: Sophie the gymnast, April the cancer patient and Jesse the teen in search of his birth parents. (As the youngest writer on the show, she inevitably got assigned the youngest characters.) As it turns out, I really liked the pilot for “The Affair,” which Treem created with Hagai Levi, »

- Alan Sepinwall

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You’ll Want to Embrace the Mystery in Showtime’s The Affair

10 October 2014 8:35 AM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

At first glance, you wouldn’t think of The Affair as being mainly a show about marriage. Narrated via flashback from what we soon discover is a police interrogation and switching perspectives every half-hour, the series seems like it’s trying to be James M. Cain by way of John Irving: A blocked Brooklyn novelist named Noah Solloway (Dominic West) and a waitress named Alison (Ruth Wilson) meet during the Solloways’ summer vacation in Montauk and forge a connection that leads to artfully elided tragedy. But series creators Sarah Treem and Hagai Levi (masterminds of the great and terminally underrated In Treatment) treat the noirish aspects as a means to an end. This show is less interested in procedural details than in examining the ways in which couples and their children grow over time, and then grow apart — and even more so the tendency of first-person experience to distort »

- Matt Zoller Seitz

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Review: Showtime's complicated, engrossing 'The Affair'

9 October 2014 11:00 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

"I was a happy man back then," Noah  explains. "Was proud of my family. My first book had just come out. Everything I'd promised myself I would achieve as a young man, I'd done it." "But?" he's asked. And Noah replies, "That's the thing: There is no 'but.' When I look back, I can't tell you why it happened." "It" is the subject of "The Affair," the new drama premiering Sunday at 10 on Showtime, and the most complicated and interesting thing the show does is to make it clear that there was no obvious explanation for Noah cheating on his wife. Sometimes, affairs happen because partners aren't getting along, because one of them has a weakness the other can't help with, or because one partner just got bored with the other. Sometimes, though, they just happen. "The Affair" offers a little from Column A, a little from Column B. »

- Alan Sepinwall

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What’s Hot and What’s Not in Mipcom Markets

8 October 2014 2:17 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Brazil

TV production in Brazil has spiked thanks to a new law that requires pay TV networks to air 3½ hours of national content during primetime. Brazil’s pay TV market is expected to grow 13.3% between 2013 and 2017, per the PwC Global Entertainment and Media Outlook report. This growth is fueled by the increasingly upward mobility of lower and middle socioeconomic classes. Telcos are making major investments to match the trend. In September, leading telco Globosat inked a memo of understanding with Colombian private broadcaster Caracol TV to jointly launch a Spanish-language pay TV channel in the U.S.

Colombia

Colombia now has the highest pay TV penetration in Latin America according to the Latin American Multichannel Advertising Council. Pay TV shot up 23 percent in the past five years in Colombia where it now reaches 84.4 percent of the TV households, outpacing Argentina’s penetration rate of 83%. Growth is highest among the lower »

- Elsa Keslassy, Leo Barraclough, Anna Marie de la Fuente, Debra Kamin and Nick Vivarelli

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TV Review: ‘The Affair’

7 October 2014 8:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

The pairing of Dominic West and Ruth Wilson alone would be enough reason for enthusiasm about “The Affair,” a Showtime series that wraps infidelity in a mystery, then spoons out what happened in “Rashomon”-like dueling narratives. Launched behind “Homeland,” this is the kind of conceptually low-key series with which pay cable sometimes struggles to distinguish itself, but meticulously crafted and cleverly introduced, it’s likely to hook a discriminating audience, as well as launch Wilson, in particular, to another level in the U.S. after smaller theatrical roles and arresting TV work in her native U.K.

Why men cheat, of course, is an age-old question, especially when they seemingly have such idyllic-looking lives and so much to lose. In the case of West’s Noah, a schoolteacher and author (having sold a first novel), that includes a pretty wife, Helen (Maura Tierney), he’s still hot for and »

- Brian Lowry

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Homeland Season 4: A 'Clean Start' for Carrie, Though Brody's Not Forgotten

5 October 2014 8:50 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Showtime’s Homeland concluded a trilogy of sorts with its Season 3 finale, as Nicholas Brody (played by Damian Lewis) — a disgraced Marine sergeant who loomed large as both a sometime threat to his own country and as a pivotal figure in CIA officer Carrie Mathison’s life — was written off the canvas in a quite definitive manner.

Related Homeland Season 4 Scoop on Carrie and Quinn

With Brody removed from the equation, Carrie (Claire Danes) stationed in Islamabad Kabul and her onetime boss Saul Berenson toiling for a private military contract as Season 4 opens this Sunday at 9/8c (with two new »

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