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Two Lovers And A Bear Review [Tiff 2016]

13 September 2016 4:20 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Despite being the setting of one of early cinema’s seminal works, the Canadian North rarely comes to mind as a prime region for cinematic exploration. Kim Nguyen’s new film Two Lovers and a Bear takes advantage of this relatively untapped environment to depict a story where geographical isolation serves as a microcosm of universal, existential isolation, where love is essential for survival.

This is one of those movies where its sense of place is integral to every aspect of its being: its plot, its themes, and its performances. It takes place in Nunavut, a territory whose remoteness is exemplified by how isolated it is from the rest of Canada, a country that already feels relatively separated from civilization. Despair is ubiquitous in its harsh conditions, with sanctuary found in community, or in sparse supplies of alcohol.

Our principal characters, the titular lovers, are Roman, played by Dane DeHaan, »

- Darren Ruecker

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10 Great Podcast Episodes from Summer 2016: Subliminal Cassette Tapes, Kansas Sweet Crude and More

7 September 2016 9:41 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Reason #489 to love podcasts: no expiration date. Even though some shows thrive on being the entertainment du jour, it’s never too late to catch up with the greats. With scores of new feeds popping up on a weekly basis, this summer had plenty of quality hours from established favorites and newcomers alike.

Read More: 10 Must-Listen Podcast Episodes from 2016 So Far

But if you’ve come to the end of your listening queue after the Labor Day weekend festivities, allow us to recommend some of our favorites from the summer months. (Some of our top episode picks from the halfway point of 2016 dropped in the first week of June, so be sure to check there for other recent favorites.) A few of these are podcast mainstays. The others are well on their way.

The Bright Sessions – #24: Zero Hour

Airdate: June 15th

Radio dramas for the podcast age often veer »

- Steve Greene

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‘Get Shorty’: Ray Romano and Chris O’Dowd Cast in Epix’s TV Adaptation of the Crime Drama

23 August 2016 2:00 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Another day, another news item related to a TV show based on a movie: Epix has announced that Ray Romano and Chris O’Dowd will star in its small-screen “Get Shorty” reboot. The 1995 film, itself an adaptation of Elmore Leonard’s novel published five years earlier, starred John Travolta and Gene Hackman and made $115 million at the box office.

Read More: Elmore Leonard’s ‘Get Shorty’ Being Adapted for Television by Epix

O’Dowd will play Miles Daly, an enforcer for a criminal syndicate in Nevada who attempts to launder money through Hollywood by becoming a producer; Romano is set to star opposite O’Dowd as Rick, a producer whose failing career trajectory tk. Romano, still best known for his starring role on the long-running sitcom “Everybody Loves Raymond,” is coming off a recent turn in “Vinyl” and career-best work in “Parenthood.”

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- Michael Nordine

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‘Get Shorty’: Ray Romano and Chris O’Dowd Cast in Epix’s TV Adaptation of the Crime Drama

23 August 2016 2:00 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Another day, another news item related to a TV show based on a movie: Epix has announced that Ray Romano and Chris O’Dowd will star in its small-screen “Get Shorty” reboot. The 1995 film, itself an adaptation of Elmore Leonard’s novel published five years earlier, starred John Travolta and Gene Hackman and made $115 million at the box office.

Read More: Elmore Leonard’s ‘Get Shorty’ Being Adapted for Television by Epix

O’Dowd will play Miles Daly, an enforcer for a criminal syndicate in Nevada who attempts to launder money through Hollywood by becoming a producer; Romano is set to star opposite O’Dowd as Rick, a producer whose failing career trajectory tk. Romano, still best known for his starring role on the long-running sitcom “Everybody Loves Raymond,” is coming off a recent turn in “Vinyl” and career-best work in “Parenthood.”

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- Michael Nordine

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Former CBS Boss Nina Tassler Developing Showtime Series With Liz Tigelaar

22 August 2016 8:30 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Former CBS Entertainment chairman Nina Tassler is putting her producing hat on.

Less than one year after Tassler left the network executive ranks, she’s put a series into development at Showtime, Variety has learned.

Showtime has bought a script for “The Middlesteins,” a half-hour series based on the book of the same name. The novel’s author Jami Attenberg will serve as a producer on the television adaptation, which is written by “Girls” scribe Jason Kim. “Life Unexpected” creator Liz Tigelaar will serve as showrunner. Along with Tassler, Tigelaar and Kim, Jonathan Levin will also exec producer. CBS Television Studios is producing.

Published in 2012, “The Middlesteins” is about a suburban couple who splits up after 30 years, partly because of the wife’s obsession with food. The story carries themes of marriage, family and obsession.

The project keeps Tassler in the CBS family, though she has remained in an advisory role with the network since her departure »

- Elizabeth Wagmeister

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‘Complete Unknown’ Exclusive Clip: Rachel Weisz and Michael Shannon Pretend To Lead Different Lives In Romantic Identity Drama

16 August 2016 2:33 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

People walk in and out of your life all the time, and it’s not clear what they do after they leave. Are they the same person? Did they become just like you? Did they drop off the face of the map? Or did they in fact leave their old life behind and become someone else entirely? Joshua Marston’s new romantic identity drama “Complete Unknown” centers around a woman (Rachel Weisz) who constantly leaves her identity behind and reinvents herself, and soon tries to bring an ex-lover (Michael Shannon) into her spontaneous life. Watch an exclusive clip from the film below.

Read More: Sundance Review: Joshua Marston’s ‘Complete Unknown’ Starring Rachel Weisz And Michael Shannon

The film is written and directed by Joshua Marston. He’s best known for writing and directing the films “Maria Full of Grace” and “The Forgiveness of Blood,” as well as directing episodes of “Six Feet Under, »

- Vikram Murthi

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‘Complete Unknown’ Trailer: Rachel Weisz And Michael Shannon Star In Romantic Identity Drama

10 August 2016 10:38 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

What if you just walked away from your life and completely started over? What if you walked away from that new life and started over again? What if you did that again and again and again? That’s the premise of Joshua Marston’s new romantic identity drama “Complete Unknown,” starring Rachel Weisz as a woman who constantly reinvents herself and soon brings an ex-lover Tom (Michael Shannon) into her manufactured world.

Read More: Sundance Review: Joshua Marston’s ‘Complete Unknown’ Starring Rachel Weisz And Michael Shannon

As Tom celebrates his birthday with a group of close friends, he sees a woman from his distant past at the party. At first Jenny, or Alice as she prefers to call herself, pretends to have never met Tom before, she eventually reveals that she began to create different identities for herself after she left Tom’s life 20 years earlier, taking on new names and careers every time. »

- Vikram Murthi

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Stream this in the summer: 'In Treatment'

2 August 2016 7:38 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

In my early days on the beat, NBC had an ad campaign encouraging people to watch summer reruns, promising, "If you haven't seen it, it's new to you!" In the age of Peak TV, that slogan seems less cynical than accurate. The rise of streaming services has put the bulk of TV history only a click or two away, which means that people are constantly discovering The Wire, or Arrested Development, or Terriers (sigh) for the very first time. In lieu of a summer rewind this year, I wanted to offer up primers of shows you can stream, whether an older series available in full(*) or something current you can catch up on before its next season begins. So far, I've done a few current shows in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Halt and Catch Fire, and Rectify, plus completed shows in United States of Tara and Flight of the Conchords. (*) Note: with these picks, »

- Alan Sepinwall

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Embeth Davidtz Talks About Shooting Her ‘Ray Donovan’ Nude Scene After Surviving Breast Cancer

1 August 2016 11:01 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Nude scenes are often thought of as one of the more difficult, trying experiences actors endure while on the job. That’s doubly true of Embeth Davidtz, a breast-cancer survivor who exposed her partially reconstructed right breast on last night’s episode of “Ray Donovan” alongside Liev Schreiber. The actress describes the experience in a Vulture interview, calling the visible signs of her double mastectomy “a battle scar” and speaking about the difficult process of preparing for the role.

Read More: Showtime’s a la Carte Streaming Service Hits in July

Davidtz, who plays Sonia Kovitzky on the Showtime drama and previously appeared in films like “Matilda,” “Schindler’s List” and “The Amazing Spider-Man,” adds that after shooting the scene she “couldn’t move for two days afterwards. I felt like I’d been hit by a truck. It does have an impact, and I’m curious to see when I put the phone down, »

- Michael Nordine

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Embeth Davidtz Talks About Shooting Her ‘Ray Donovan’ Nude Scene After Surviving Breast Cancer

1 August 2016 11:01 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Nude scenes are often thought of as one of the more difficult, trying experiences actors endure while on the job. That’s doubly true of Embeth Davidtz, a breast-cancer survivor who exposed her partially reconstructed right breast on last night’s episode of “Ray Donovan” alongside Liev Schreiber. The actress describes the experience in a Vulture interview, calling the visible signs of her double mastectomy “a battle scar” and speaking about the difficult process of preparing for the role.

Read More: Showtime’s a la Carte Streaming Service Hits in July

Davidtz, who plays Sonia Kovitzky on the Showtime drama and previously appeared in films like “Matilda,” “Schindler’s List” and “The Amazing Spider-Man,” adds that after shooting the scene she “couldn’t move for two days afterwards. I felt like I’d been hit by a truck. It does have an impact, and I’m curious to see when I put the phone down, »

- Michael Nordine

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From Snapchat Movies to Web Series: The ‘Sickhouse’ Team Plans ’60 Second Docs’

28 July 2016 8:56 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The first feature-length movie released on Snapchat was just the tip of the iceberg for Indigenous Media, which is following up “Sickhouse” — which it produced on the social media platform — by turning to documentaries. The aptly named “60 Second Docs” is a new web series profiling eccentric real-life characters in just one minute. Its tagline: “Life. One minute at a time.”

The first installment, which premiered on June 1, is available on Facebook, YouTube and VidMe. The latest episode was released today. Already, the series has gained significant momentum, with over two million views to date.

Read More: Sundance Review: Rodrigo Garcia’s ‘Last Days In The Desert’ With Ewan McGregor As Both Jesus & The Devil

The company has developed the idea out of its recent experiences with short-form content. “Since they’re so easy to consume, we found that people go down the rabbit hole,” said Indigenous COO Jake Avnet by phone. »

- Jude Dry

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Woman Battled Eating Disorder for 30 Years, Four Pregnancies

25 July 2016 7:20 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

From the time she was 8 years old, Dena Larsen-Gazeley struggled with disordered eating. "It began as a habit of overeating," Larsen-Gazeley, now 44, tells People. "At 8 years old, I realized I was bigger and taller than all the other girls my age, and I began to feel uncomfortable in my body. There was this emptiness inside me that I would attempt to fill with food." Larsen-Gazeley binged on bowls of cereal, entire packages of cookies and cartons of ice cream, and continued to have compulsive eating habits until she was 21. "Food was my drug," says the Arizona-based mother of four. "The »

- Gabrielle Olya, @GabyOlya

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Film Review: ‘Lost in Munich’

22 July 2016 5:05 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Czech director-writer Petr Zelenka’s absurdist mockumentary “Lost in Munich” offers new theories about the 1938 Munich agreement, which forced Czechoslovakia to cede much of its border region to Germany, as part of a failed film within a film on the subject, and also reflects on the perils of filmmaking. While Zelenka was celebrated on the international festival circuit in the late 1990s as the drily witty, young auteur responsible for “Happy End” and “Buttoners,” his brand of whimsy now feels a tad forced and insular. Nevertheless, Czech critics selected “Munich” as their best film of 2015. Expect further fest play geared to expat audiences and humor events.

In the first part of the film, set in 2008, and which is later revealed to be the film within the film, Sir P, a 90-year-old African gray parrot, owned by Edouard Daladier, the French prime minister responsible for signing the controversial Munich Treaty, is »

- Alissa Simon

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Exclusive Interview with Rj Lackie & Steph Quaknine, producers of Inhuman Condition

17 July 2016 12:30 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

In an exclusive interview, Flickering Myth’s Tony Black sat down with his old friend Rj Lackie, writer of web series Inhuman Condition we recently featured, and fellow producer Steph Quaknine, to talk how the production came to be, and the future of web series development…

Obvious first question, but where did the idea for Inhuman Condition come from?

Rj: It started out in a shockingly pragmatic fashion: Budget concerns. Four years ago, when I was in university, I was preparing for my fourth-year major project (for which we choose between writing or production), and I was considering production. I knew, either way, I wanted to do a dramatic web series. I knew that, on a microbudget, my biggest selling point would be giving great actors room for strong performances, much like HBO’s In Treatment. At the time I was also a huge fan of Supernatural, which had developed a strong online fanbase. »

- Tony Black

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Film Review: ‘The Phenom’

23 June 2016 3:17 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

A a time when the cachet of talk therapy continues on its long slow downward spiral (so much more time-consuming, and déclassé, than the mood-altering drugs marketed by Big Pharma), movies about the wonders of baring your soul to a doctor who’s been paid to care are not exactly in high demand. HBO, of course, did its bit to stir up the drama of therapy with “The Sopranos” and “In Treatment.” But it’s now a different world from the one where ordinary people once sought out movies like “Ordinary People.” When you watch “The Phenom,” about a superstar Major League rookie pitcher who is having control issues, you think you’re in for a baseball story, but it’s really a movie about how a guy who throws five wild pitches in one inning needs to heal on the inside.

Hopper Gibson (Johnny Simmons), just out of high school, »

- Owen Gleiberman

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Epix Reimagines Elmore Leonard’s Crafty Novel 'Get Shorty' for Television

24 May 2016 7:43 PM, PDT | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

Premium TV network Epix announced today it will go into production on Get Shorty from MGM Television. Created and executive produced by Davey Holmes (“Shameless,” “In Treatment,” “Damages”), the one hour drama series is a reimagining of Elmore Leonard’s 1990 New York Times best-selling novel of the same name. Production on the series is anticipated to begin this fall and air summer 2017.

In Get Shorty, Miles Daly works as muscle for a murderous crime ring in Nevada. For the sake of his daughter, he attempts to change professions and become a movie producer, laundering money through a Hollywood film. But instead of leaving the criminal world behind, he accidentally brings it with him to Los Angeles.

Mark S. Greenberg, President and CEO, Epix said:

“We’re excited to be working with MGM on Get Shorty. I had the pleasure of working with Elmore Leonard early in my career and I »

- Kellvin Chavez

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‘Get Shorty’ Series Ordered by Epix

24 May 2016 1:28 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Epix has given a series order to “Get Shorty,” an adaptation of the novel by the late Elmore Leonard. The book was previously the basis for the 1995 film starring John Travolta.

MGM Television will produce the series.

The hour-long drama is created and executive produced by Davey Holmes, whose credits include “Shameless,” “In Treatment” and “Damages.” Production is set to begin in the fall, with the series premieres slated for summer, 2017.

“We’re excited to be working with MGM on Get Shorty,” said Mark S. Greenberg, president and CEO, Epix. “I had the pleasure of working with Elmore Leonard early in my career and I am a big fan of his writing. Davey Holmes is a tremendous talent and has created a fantastic new series that is in the spirit of Leonard’s unique brand of social satire and strong narrative voice. Get Shorty promises to be yet another example of the type of high-end, »

- Daniel Holloway

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Beauty vs Beast: Daughter Dearest

16 May 2016 10:00 AM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Howdy, folks - Jason from Mnpp here with this week's edition of "Beauty vs Beast" is which we'll be celebrating the 61st birthday of the great Debra Winger. I assume most of you, being right and proper actressexuals, have seen the terrific documentary bearing her name Searching For Debra Winger, but if not, get on that. I haven't seen it since it came out in 2002 and part of me wonders if it's maybe, hopefully, begun to feel a bit dated? That film feeling dated can only be a good thing because it means roles for actresses are getting better. If nothing else, Winger herself has been working somewhat steadily over the past few years with recent roles on In Treatment and the Netflix series The Ranch.

All that said, we're really here today for Classic Winger...

Previously Two weeks back we celebrated the sexy time that is A Bigger Splash »

- JA

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Nir Bergman’s 'Saving Neta' scores world sales deal

11 May 2016 10:00 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Israeli drama from In Treatment writer-director picked up by WestEnd; first image revealed.

WestEnd has boarded world sales rights to Nir Bergman’s (Broken Wings, In Treatment) upcoming drama Saving Neta.

The Isreali feature, in post-production, tells the stories of four women whose lives change after their brief encounter with a man called Neta.

The film is written by Eran Bar-Gil and Nir Bergman and stars Benny AvniNeta Riskin (A Tale of Love and Darkness), Rotem Abuhab, Irit Kaplan and Naama Arlaky.

Producers are Tami LeonAvraham Pirchi and Chilik Michaeli (Big Bad Wolves) and executive producer is Rina Schneur.

The film’s crew includes DoP Lutz Reitemeier (Wadjda) and composer Asher Goldschmidt (White God).

The film’s first image shows Avni (as Neta) and Riskin (as Sharona).

Bergman said: “At some time in our lives we’ve all made a wrong turn which brought about a sudden change. This is Neta »

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

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HBO’s Lgbt History: The End

11 May 2016 8:01 AM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

It's the final episode as Manuel has worked his way through all the Lgbt-themed HBO productions. 

I began this project because, after watching and recapping Looking here, I became fascinated with the idea that, with that Andrew Haigh show, the cable network had somehow reached peak gay TV even as it also managed to alienate the very viewers it was trying to coax. I wanted to, in a way, put Looking in context by watching everything HBO had produced and aired that had tackled Lgbt issues.

This required a lot of scavenging—despite their shiny HBOGo and HBO Now ventures, a lot of the network’s older and more obscure TV movies and shows remain unattainable. And so I reached back and watched a lot of not so great TV movies from the early 80s, caught up with key “very special episodes” of their most well-known dramas and comedies, and »

- Manuel Betancourt

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