7 items from 2009
9 October 2009 3:00 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
The 10th annual Ojai-Ventura International Film Festival kicks off Nov. 5 with Judith Ehrlich and Rick Goldsmith's documentary, "The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers," screening at the Ojai Valley Inn & Spa in Ojai, Calif.
Under artistic director Steve Grumette, the fest, which runs through Nov. 8 at several venues throughout Ojai as well as Ventura's Brooks Institute, will present more than 60 films.
Here are the new MPAA ratings from Bulletin No: 2087. 21 And A Wakeup Rated R For violence, language and brief nudity. American Virgin Rated R For pervasive crude and sexual content, nudity, drug and alcohol use and language. Capitalism: A Love Story Rated R For some language. Release Date: October 2, 2009 Couples Retreat Rated PG-13 For sexual content and language. Note: The Original "R" Rating Has Been Changed By The C.A.R.A. Appeals Board. Release Date: October 9, 2009 Dare Rated R For sexual content, language and alcohol use - all involving teens. Endgame Rated PG-13 For violence/disturbing images and some strong language. Release Date: Tba The Graves Rated R For bloody violence. Jerusalema Rated R For violence, language, drug use and some sexual content. Jordon Saffron: Taste This! Rated R For language, some drug use and brief sexual content. Leaves Of Grass Rated R For violence, pervasive language, and drug content. »
- Brad Brevet
16 September 2009 11:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
MPAA ratings: Sept. 16, 2009. The following feature-length motion pictures have been reviewed and rated by the Classification and Rating Administration pursuant to the Motion Picture Classification and Rating program. Each of the designated ratings is defined as follows under the Motion Picture Classification and Rating program.
G -- General Audiences. All ages admitted.
PG -- Parental Guidance Suggested. Some material may not be suitable for children.
PG -13 --Parents Strongly Cautioned. Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13.
R -- Restricted. Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian.
Nc-17 -- No One 17 And Under Admitted.
Rated for violence, language and brief nudity.
Rated for pervasive crude and sexual content, nudity, drug and alcohol use and language.
Rated for some language
Rated for some sexual content and language. »
Remember Mira Sorvino? She of The Replacement Killers and the Academy Award winning Woody Allen film Mighty Aphrodite? Well, the beaty is back in a film called Like Dandelion Dust, a flick which has just debeuted at the Deauville Film Festival in France. The iMDB lists the synopsis for the film.
Jack and Molly Campbell enjoyed an idyllic life with their adopted 6-year-old son, Joey. One phone call shatters their world when they learn Joey's biological father has just been released from prison and discovered a loop hole in the adoption papers and now lays claim to his son. He wants to start a new life by taking back his son. When a judge upholds the biological father's claim and Molly and Jack learn they must give Joey over to this brutal man they devise a plan. How far would you go to protect your family?
Here's the Ms. Sorvino at the premiere in Deauville. »
French actress Frederique Bel arrives at the premiere of the film 'Like dandelion dust' during the 35th Deauville American Film Festival, in Deauville, France, 07 September 2009. The festival runs from 04 to 13 September. Epa/Daniel Joubert French actor and humorist Jean-Marie Bigard arrives at the premiere of the film 'Like dandelion dust' during the 35th Deauville American Film Festival, in Deauville, France, 07 September 2009. The festival runs from 04 to 13 September. Epa/Daniel Joubert Us director Daniel Davila poses during the photocall before the screening of his film 'Harrison Montgomery' during the 35th Deauville American Film Festival, in Deauville, France, 07 September 2009. The movie is selected in the official competition at the festival running from »
- James Wray
21 July 2009 9:05 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Ford will be the guest of honor at Deauville, which kicks off on Sept. 4 in the Normandy seaside town. The fest also plans homages to Garcia, whose film "City Island" from Raymond de Felitta will screen at the fest, and Wright Penn, whose "Private Lives of Pippa Lee" will unspool out of competition.
Nine films will compete for the event's top prizes, four of which are first features, namely Oren Moverman's "The Messenger," Cary Joji Fukunaga's "Sin Nombre," Daniel Davila's "Harrison, Montgomery" and Sophie Barthes' "Cold Souls" starring Paul Giamatti and Emily Watson. »
- By Rebecca Leffler
- This past weekend I had the chance to attend one of the more beautiful settings for a film fest. The Sonoma Film Festival offers such a splendid backdrop that makes it difficult to trade it, and the tasty food and delicious wines donated by local restaurants and wineries in for, a darkened environment to watch a slate of films. With exceptions such as the Korean film "Story of Wine" which almost feels tailor made for the festival, the festival's film selections feels catered towards a local, discerning audience who probably take their movies as seriously as they do about making wine. The friendly and patient audience had a chance to indulge in a selection of local shorts, international features and the highlight of the 12th festival edition was a tribute to Hollywood legend Bruce Willis would have preferred to be honoured as a great "Line Memorizer" rather than accepting »
7 items from 2009
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