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Recommended Discs & Deals of the Week: ‘The Duke of Burgundy,’ ‘Spy,’ ‘A Separation,’ and More

29 September 2015 8:01 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Every week we dive into the cream of the crop when it comes to home releases, including Blu-ray and DVDs, as well as recommended deals of the week. Check out our rundown below and return every Tuesday for the best (or most interesting) films one can take home. Note that if you’re looking to support the site, every purchase you make through the links below helps us and is greatly appreciated.

Black Coal, Thin Ice (Yi’nao Diao)

Despite having won the Golden Bear last year at the Berlin Film Festival, writer and director Yi’nao Diao’s acclaimed new film, Black Coal, Thin Ice somehow didn’t receive U.S. theatrical distribution. However, it’s finally available on Blu-ray. The modern noir tells the story of an ex-cop and his old parter, who reunite to investigate the chain of murders that brought their careers to an end after »

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2016 Oscar Predictions: Best Adapted Screenplay

27 September 2015 10:47 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

This is one of the few categories with a bunch of near locks: Can one really imagine Phyllis Nagy's screenplay for "Carol" or Nick Hornby's for "Brooklyn" not eventually making the cut? And now that they've made their festival debuts, Lucina Coxen's take on "The Danish Girl," Emma Donahue's adaptation of her own "Room," Aaron Sorkin's "Steve Jobs" and Cary Fukunaga's "Beasts of No Nation" script both seem like good bets as well. Is our five coming from those six? Not if the incoming likes of "The Revenant" (scripted by last year's Best Original Screenplay winner Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu), "The Big Short," "The Secret In Their Eyes and "In The Heart of The Sea," among others, are as good as they could be. But the chances of at least 3 or 4 of them not making the cut seems extremely slim at this point.  Best Adapted Screenplay predictions below. »

- Peter Knegt

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San Sebastian: Beltramino Launches Mr Zelig (Exclusive)

24 September 2015 11:30 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

San Sebastian — Javier Beltramino, director of “Arroz y fosforos,” has created a Buenos Aires-based animation studio, Mr Zelig, designed to become a building block of an Argentina toon industry in the wake of Juan Jose Campanella’s “Foosball,” the biggest animated feature ever made out of Latin America.

Overseen by Beltramino, but with day-to-day management delegated to third parties, Mr. Zelig will initiate business looking to service third-party productions, Beltramino said at San Sebastian.

Beltramino’s main focus and day-job remains, he said,  Telefonico Studios where, as its production manager for Latin America, he reports to Axel Kuschevatzsky. “I’m very grateful to Axel for the freedom he gives me to dedicate my spare time to animation,” he said.

Mr Zelig’s mid-term plans are far more ambitious than services, hoswever,, repping a pioneering thrust to take much of Latin America’ toon industry, in Argentina and beyond, to another level. »

- John Hopewell

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San Sebastian: Tornasol, Salado Team for Brechner’s ‘Memorias’

22 September 2015 10:30 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

San Sebastian – Two of the Spanish-speaking world’s most energetic distaff producers, Mariela Besuievsky at Madrid Tornasol Films and Mariana Secco, based out of Salado in Uruguay’s Montevideo, are linking to produce “Memorias del calabozo,” an extraordinary true-life story of physical and above-all psychological resistance.

Alvaro Brechner, whose “Bad Day to Go Fishing” and “Mr. Kaplan” were both Uruguay’s Academy Award entries and the latter a Platino Award finalist, will direct. Latido Films, headed by Antonio Saura, will handle international sales.

Written by Brechner, and a majority Spanish co-production, “Memorias” was one of the standout projects presented at San Sebastian’s4th Europe-Latin America Co-production Forum, which runs Sept. 21-23.

A humanist survival drama, the true-fact based “Memorias” begins in September 1973 as Uruguay’s falls under military dictatorship and nine captured Tupamaro guerrilla members are subjected to a solitary confinement which will last 12 years. How they survived is ˝Memorias’” story. »

- John Hopewell

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Recommended Discs & Deals of the Week: ‘Moonrise Kingdom,’ ‘Results,’ ‘Saint Laurent,’ and More

22 September 2015 7:57 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

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Moonrise Kingdom (Wes Anderson)

Wes Anderson’s leap through the animated realm was a key moment that shifted his filmic characterization toward metaphysical poignancy, thus making way for Moonrise Kingdom, an impressionistically stylized portrait of a pre-Vietnam adolescent bliss. It’s not just Pierret Le Fou for children, but a story about the recreation of storytelling, appropriating aesthetics from low and high arts to burn memories of innocent times as a protection against the fears of adulthood, portrayed here as a melancholic, »

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San Sebastian Film Fest Proves Diversity Can Be Filmmakers’ Best Friend

18 September 2015 12:29 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Just a decade ago, international filmmakers were accustomed to sticking to their own national boundaries in terms of subjects, shooting locations and settings and the nationality of the characters in their projects.

But things have changed and as San Sebastian’s wide-ranging Spanish line-up underscores, filmmakers know no frontiers. The 11 Spanish titles that fill out its official selection and on whose merits this year’s 63rd edition will often be judged, are very often a reflection of expanding globalization. As film talent collaborates across borders more than ever, its comfort zone knows few boundaries.

To wit, San Sebastian’s flagship world premiere, held on Sept. 18, is Alejandro Amenabar’s psychological suspense-thriller “Regression,” which stars Emma Watson and Ethan Hawke. It was shot in Canada’s Ontario province, its rolling plains doubling for 1990 Minnesota. “The King of Havana,” a torrid sexual story from Barcelona’s Agusti Villaronga, is set in an embargo-hit ’90s Cuba, »

- John Hopewell

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Tom Hardy’s ‘Legend’ Pushed Back to November

16 September 2015 3:11 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Universal Pictures has pushed the release of the Tom Hardy gangster film “Legend” back by more than a month.

The studio will now release the picture in a handful of theaters in New York and Los Angeles on Friday, Nov. 20, slowly expanding to additional theaters before going wide on Dec. 11.

Legend” was originally slated for release on Oct. 2, where it would have debuted against “The Martian” with Matt Damon and an Imax-only limited release of “The Walk,” a 3D look at Philippe Petit’s tightrope walk between the Twin Towers. Both of those films are geared at the same adult audience that “Legend” wants to attract.

In its new slot, “Legend” will go up against “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2,” which will be more geared at younger crowds, and will face its fiercest competition from thriller “The Secret In Their Eyes.”

Legend” centers on the Kray twins, infamous British »

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Toronto: Filmax Closes France, Italy on ‘Truman’ (Exclusive)

14 September 2015 9:57 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

A Disney release in Argentina, “Truman,” with Ricardo Darin (“The Secret in Their Eyes,” “Wild Tales”), has clinched more major sales off its world premiere this weekend at Toronto; with which it has sold more than half the world.

Completing distrib deals on four of Europe’s big five markets, Marc-Antoine Pineau’s La Belle Company, distributor of Andrew Nicoll’s “Good Kill” and Simon West’s “Wild Card,” has picked up France on the Cesc Gay-helmed dramedy.

Claudia Bedogni’s Satine Film, which has nursed a series of higher-profile arthouse titles – “Beasts of the Southern Wild,” “The Broken Circle Breakdown” – to appreciable 100,000-plus admission trawls, has acquired rights to Italy.

Outsider Films has closed Portugal. Produced by Marta Esteban for Imposible Films, sold by Filmax, which also distributes in Spain, and co-starring Javier Camara (“Talk To Her”), major territory deals on “Truman” include Ascot Elite for German-speaking Europe, »

- John Hopewell

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Toronto: ‘No Kids’ Sells, Engenders Remake Deals (Exclusive)

12 September 2015 5:10 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Ariel Winograd’s “No Kids,” the latest comedy from Argentina’s Disney-backed Patagonik and Tornasol (“The Secret in Their Eyes”), has closed a North America sale to HBO Films.

As announced at Cannes, Buena Vista Intl. has acquired most of South America plus Latin American TV/VOD rights.

The Disney-distribbed “No Kids” has sold about 500,000 admissions in Argentina, said Guido Rud at FilmSharks Intl., which is handling world sales.

“No Kids” has sold to Brazil’s Paris Filmes, and has also closed deals in Mexico (Corazon Films), Greece (Tanwee), Chile Peru, Ecuador (Cinecolor), Colombia (Procinal) and Central America/Caribbean (Palmera Films). Syldavia Films released recently “No Kids” in Spain to €220,000 B.O. ($226,000).

The film has Argentine Diego Peretti (“The German Doctor”) playing a divorcee who only thinks about looking after his daughter until he meets the love of his life (Spain’s Maribel Verdu, “Y tu mama tambien”). Trouble is, »

- John Hopewell

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Toronto: ‘Truman’ Clinches Key Sales (Exclusive)

11 September 2015 5:18 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Spaniard Cesc Gay’s “Truman” has struck major territory pre-sales ahead of its world premiere Sept. 12 at Toronto.

Major territory deals on “Truman” include Ascot Elite for German-speaking Europe, Australia’s Palace Films, Gussi in Mexico and Pandora for Brazil.

Made by Filmax and produced by Marta Esteban for Imposible Films, pic will be released by Disney in Argentina, and stars Ricardo Darin (“The Secret in Their Eyes,” “Wild Tales”) and Javier Camara (“Talk To Her”).

Truman” will be released in Spain by Filmax. Bd Cine co-produces out of Argentina, where Disney has distribution rights.

Further pre-sales on “Truman,” a San Sebastian competition player, include Benelux (ABC-Cinemien), Colombia (Cine Colombia), Venezuela (Cines Unidos), Hungary (Cirko Film), Greece (Spentzos) and Puerto Rico/Dominican Republic (Wiesner).

A friendship dramedy in which Julian (Darin), living in Madrid, summons his best friend  (Camara), to help put his affairs in order before he dies, “Truman »

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Toronto: Miami Fest, Related Group Team on New Argentina Fund (Exclusive)

11 September 2015 5:17 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

As Argentina drives much of Toronto’s early breaking news from Latin America – sales on Pablo Trapero’s “The Clan” and Cesc Gay’s Ricardo Darin starrer “Truman”; a new Lucia Puenzo movie, “Cromo” – the Miami Dade College Miami Int. Film Festival is teaming with The Related Group to launch a new Argentine film fund.

Titled Miami Film 2016, the grant program will award a total $32,500, divided into three cash prizes, to a trio of Argentine film projects in development. These should be helmed by Argentine directors will at least one prior internationally distributed feature film credit. Awards will be made on the basis of project quality and production feasibility. The three winners will be invited to the 33rd Miami Fest, running March 4-13, to receive the award and a retrospective screening of their earlier feature films.

In a novel initiative which will move the program onto the Latin American stage, »

- John Hopewell

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Venice Film Review: ‘The Clan’

6 September 2015 11:24 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Argentine powerhouse Pablo Trapero (“Carancho,” “White Elephant”) takes a case so upsetting many refused to believe it was possible and retells it in ghastly detail from the p.o.v. of the perpetrators in “The Clan,” a muscular, Hollywood-style account of the Puccio fiasco, in which a relatively well-to-do San Isidro family kidnapped their rich neighbors in order to extort ransoms from their relatives. Opening nearly 30 years after the Puccios’ sensational arrest, the film has been an explosive success back home, raising the bar for strongest opening ever for an Argentine film with half a million admissions in four days, before heading to competition berths at the Venice and Toronto film festivals, sure to propel this vicious Almodovar brothers-produced crime saga onto the world stage.

A clear factor in the pic’s success to date has been the near-total transformation of charismatic local star Guillermo Francella (“The Secret in Their Eyes”) into a stone-cold psychopath, »

- Peter Debruge

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‘The Clan’ Kicks in International Deals (Exclusive)

5 September 2015 10:00 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Pablo Trapero’s crime thriller “The Clan,” which unspools in the Venice competition Sunday, continues to pummel all-time box office records for Argentine movies, grossing an extraordinary $13 million in three weeks off an Aug. 13 bow in its native Argentina, where it is distributed by Twentieth Century Fox.

In international, Twentieth Century Fox has acquired rights to all Latin America, while Warner Bros. Pictures Espana will distribute “The Clan” in Spain. Sales agent Film Factory Entertainment has closed Germany (Prokino), France (Diaphana Distribution) and Australia (Vendetta).

Inspired by real events in the 1980s,  “The Clan” stars Guillermo Francella (“The Secret in Their Eyes,” “Heart of a Lion”), one of Argentina’s biggest marquee draws, as Arquimedes Puccio, the patriarch of Clan Puccio, a well-heeled Buenos Aires family. It made its money abducting people from its own neighborhood, securing boffo ransoms, and then killing them.

“The most emotional thing for audiences may be the father-son relationship, »

- John Hopewell

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The Gender-Flip

27 August 2015 8:36 AM, PDT | AreYouScreening.com | See recent AreYouScreening news »

In Trainwreck, Tilda Swinton steals every scene she’s in as Dianna, the editor of a crude men’s magazine and boss to Amy Schumer’s semi-autobiographical character. When the film premiered last month, many expressed surprise upon learning that it was actually Swinton — she’s virtually unrecognizable in the role. Seeing it, I was reminded of her equally stellar turn in another train-related movie: as Minister Mason in last summer’s Snowpiercer. I still haven’t forgiven the Academy for failing to recognize Swinton’s work in that film — and, incredibly, she might never have had the opportunity to play the role in the first place. In Snowpiercer‘s source material, the French graphic novel Le Transperceneige, Minister Mason was a male character; but when Swinton expressed interest in the film, director Bong Joon Ho gender-flipped the role so that she could play it.

The move represents but one marker in a growing trend. »

- Adrienne Ryan

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San Sebastian: ‘Calabozo,’ Burning Sun,’ ‘Broken Years’ Set for Europe-Latin America Co-Pro Forum

24 August 2015 2:53 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Madrid – In what may be highlights of a now firmly established industry meet, Alvaro Brechner’s “Memorias del calabozo,” Israel Adrián Caetano’s “Beneath This Burning Sun” and Gerardo Tort’s “The Broken Years” will be pitched at San Sebastián’s upcoming Europe-Latin American Co-production Forum, along with Carlos Ameglio’s “Kiken” and Marite Ugas’ “Contactado.”

Now in its fourth edition, the Forum is a fest fixture. Indeed, running parallel to San Sebastian’s Films in Progress over Sept. 21-23, it forms San Sebastian’s industry backbone, attracting a large third-party presence. A Focus on Canada, for instance, will run alongside the Forum, facilitating contacts between the Latin American, Spanish and Canadian producers in San Sebastian.

Three factors mark something of a departure at the Forum, however. As San Sebastian drives to shore up its world premiere credentials, it is insisting evermore that Forum projects are first looks: 11 of the »

- John Hopewell and Emiliano De Pablos

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San Sebastian: ‘Truman,’ ‘Apostate,’ ‘Eva’ Set For Competition

23 July 2015 2:32 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Madrid – Cesc Gay’s “Truman,” Federico Veiroj’s “The Apostate” and Pablo Aguero’s “Eva Doesn’t Sleep” will face off in competition at September’s 63rd San Sebastian Film Festival with Asier Altuna’s “Amama,” Agusti Villaronga’s “The King of Havana” and Marc Recha’s “Un Dia perfecto para volar.”

The best-known film event in the Spanish-speaking world, San Sebastian runs Sept. 18-26.

Revealed Thursday at a packed Madrid press conference by San Sebastian fest director Jose Luis Rebordinos, the Spanish nationality movie line-up underscores ever-closer links between Spain and Latin America: Four of the six San Sebastian Golden Shell contenders are co-productions with Latin America.

Bulwarked by titles such as Alex de la Iglesia’s “My Big Night,” playing out of competition, Imanol Uribe’s “Lejos Del Mar,” Fernando Colomo’s “Isla Bonita” and Alvaro Longoria’s “The Propaganda Game,” the 20 movie line-up also confirms San Sebastian »

- John Hopewell

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Stx launches sales division

22 July 2015 1:01 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Top brass at Robert Simonds’ studio have ended weeks of speculation and confirmed to Screendaily the hire of John Friedberg as president of international sales.

In a clear statement of Stx’s global ambitions the executive, who arrives from Block Entertainment where he most recently served as evp of international sales and distribution, will assemble a team, build a slate based on Stx’s development and production pipeline and explore strategic partnerships.

The initial sales roster will include Mile 22, in which Peter Berg will direct Mark Wahlberg, and an untitled Jackie Chan action film that Martin Campbell will direct. It remained unclear at time of writing whether Stx would scout third-party titles.

The sales slate does not cover the first four films that Stx will release in the Us. Blumhouse International and Sierra/Affinity handed international sales on psychological thriller The Gift, which Stx is scheduled to open on August 7.

Im Global licensed territories on thriller »

- jeremykay67@gmail.com (Jeremy Kay)

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Damian Szifron’s ‘Wild Tales’ Sweeps 2nd Platino Awards

18 July 2015 3:09 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Marbella, Spain – Damian Szifron’s Oscar-nominated and Cannes competition player “Wild Tales” swept the 2nd Platino Awards for Latin American Cinema winning eight kudos in all, including best picture, director, screenplay, music (Gustavo Santaolalla) and actress, Erica Rivas, the scorned bride in the final short).

Best picture was accepted by Agustin Almodovar and Hugo Sigman who exhorted a larger collaboration between Iberoa-American film agencies to create a cinema in Latinn America, Spain and Portugal with greater international reach.

Presented by Spanish actor Imanol Arias, Mexican actress-singer Alessandra Rosario and CNN presenter Juan Carlos Arciniegas, the awards proved a triumphal march for “Wild Tales.” Of major plaudits, only best actor went elsewhere, – to Spain’s Oscar Jaenada for his performance as the great Mexican comic in “Cantinflas,” a performance so convincing that it won over most Mexicans and went on to become the second highest-grossing foreign film in the U.S. »

- John Hopewell

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Henson Co. Pacts With Stx on R-Rated Comedy Movie

7 July 2015 7:19 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Stx Entertainment and the Jim Henson Company are teaming on an untitled comedy movie combining humans and puppets.

Brian Henson will direct the project, based on a story by Todd Berger and Dee Robertson. Berger wrote the screenplay with revisions by siblings Erich and Jon Hoeber; the story is set in a world where puppets and humans live together.

The plot is centered on the puppet stars of the iconic TV show “The Happytime Gang,” with the family-friendly cast leading lives off-camera that would make a tabloid writer blush. When the stars begin to be mysteriously murdered, two mismatched detectives – a take-no-prisoners human and a hard-drinking puppet — must put aside their differences to stop the killings and catch the culprit.

“The Henson puppets have always had a compelling adult component to them,” Adam Fogelson, chairman of the Stx Entertainment Motion Picture Group, told Variety.

Fogelson said the R-rated comedy would »

- Dave McNary

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