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Barry Jenkins Shares Charming Story About Meeting Greta Gerwig For ‘Lady Bird’ Premiere

5 September 2017 2:09 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Last fall, Barry Jenkins was a little-known filmmaker with one feature under his belt, 2008’s “Medicine for Melancholy.” Then he premiered future best picture winner “Moonlight” at the 2016 Telluride Film Festival and everything changed. At the 2017 edition, he returned the favor, not only introducing a series of short film programs at the festival as he has for years, but also by presenting another rising filmmaker to the world.

Read More:‘Lady Bird’ Trailer: Saoirse Ronan Delivers Her Greatest Work in Greta Gerwig’s Brilliant Directorial Debut

Just a few hours after receiving a standing ovation for one of his short film programs, Jenkins took the stage at the Chuck Jones Cinema for the world premiere of “Lady Bird,” the coming-of-age comedy that marks the solo directorial debut of veteran actress Greta Gerwig. There was a practical connection between “Lady Bird” and “Moonlight,” in that both movies share A24 as a distributor. »

- Eric Kohn

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Lola Kirke, Zoe Kravitz’s Crime Thriller ‘Gemini’ Sells to Neon

16 March 2017 4:03 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Newly-launched distributor Neon has acquired U.S. rights to the Los Angeles mystery “Gemini,” starring Lola Kirke, Zoe Kravitz, and John Cho, following its SXSW premiere.

It’s the first major deal out of the Austin festival, which concludes on Sunday. Neon is operated by veteran indie distributions Tim League and Tom Quinn.


Zoe Kravitz on ‘Fantastic Beasts’ Sequel, Donald Trump and SXSW Drama ‘Gemini

Gemini,” directed by Aaron Katz from his own script, centers on the relationship between a tenacious personal assistant (Kirke) and her Hollywood starlet boss (Kravitz). As the assistant travels across Los Angeles to unravel the mystery, she must stay one step ahead of a determined policeman, played by Cho.

Gemini” is Katz’s fifth feature as a writer-director. He previously co-wrote and co-directed “Land Ho!” with Martha Stephens, which premiered at Sundance in 2014, and won the 2015 Independent Spirit John Cassavetes Award. Katz also directed “Cold Weather, »

- Dave McNary

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Zoë Kravitz and Lola Kirke Wander Through a Dreamy Los Angeles in Aaron Katz’s Hypnotic Mystery ‘Gemini’ — SXSW 2017 Review

12 March 2017 9:06 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

A satisfying mystery usually involves more engagement from various puzzle pieces than the way they fit together, and Aaron Katz’s playful L.A. neo-noir “Gemini” falls right into that tradition. It pits the elements of a scrappy whodunit against the backdrop of film industry satire, keeps us guessing the whole way through, and arrives at a solution that’s beside the point. Revisiting the genre innovations of his 2010 feature “Cold Weather,” Katz delivers another minimalist addition to the canon of shaggy dog detective stories stretching back to “The Long Goodbye,” filtered through his own indelible poetic gaze.

At first glance, Katz’s movies are slight character studies with little to offer beyond endearing situational humor and a complimentary atmosphere. His first two features, “Dance Party, USA” and “Quiet City,” were delicate mood pieces in which plot took a backseat to a handful of emotionally-charged exchanges. With “Cold Weather,” Katz »

- Eric Kohn

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How the SXSW 2017 Film Festival Shows Us the Future of the Movies

10 March 2017 11:14 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Over the past decade, South By Southwest has become 10 days of hand-to-hand combat between media and technology. Nestled within that war zone is a film festival — this year, 125 features screen at the SXSW Film Festival, including 51 from first-timers. Most come to town without distribution, and they may never see a bigger audience than this one.

The film festival is a solid platform for discovering new filmmakers; if you want to explore the connective tissue of contemporary American cinema, few other places offer such a fertile arena. Unlike industry heavyhitter Sundance, it’s not a fast-paced marketplace — but the SXSW conference is still one of the biggest windows into the future of the movies because so much of it has nothing to do with the movies at all.

This year, SXSW Film’s marquee titles duke it out with the TV shows in the Episodics section. (Among its premieres are two »

- Eric Kohn

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