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BBC Films boss Christine Langan set to step down

19 July 2016 7:14 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Philomena producer is to join Steve Coogan’s Baby Cow Productions.

Christine Langan is set to step down as head of BBC Films and replace Henry Normal as CEO of Baby Cow Productions.

A spokesperson for BBC Films told Screen the organisation “could not comment on speculation” but Screen sources have subsequently confirmed the departure, which was first revealed by Screen’s sister publication Broadcast.

Langan’s contract and a timetable for the exit are currently being ironed out but Screen sources have indicated that a late October departure is possible.

Langan, producer of Oscar winners The Queen and Philomena, will work closely with Baby Cow co-founder and actor Steve Coogan to shepherd the company through its next phase of growth.

Baby Cow co-produced Philomena, in which Coogan starred and co-wrote, as well as other Coogan vehicles including Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa, 24 Hour Party People and A Cock And Bull Story.

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First look: Annette Bening and Jamie Bell in 'Film Stars Don't Die In Liverpool'

18 July 2016 4:36 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: First look at Annette Bening and Jamie Bell in Barbara Broccoli-produced drama shooting in UK.

Screen can reveal the first image from Barbara Broccoli-produced UK romance-drama Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool, starring Annette Bening (American Beauty) as Hollywood golden age actress Gloria Grahame.

Bening stars alongside Jamie Bell (Billy Elliott) in the true story of the young Liverpudlian actor Peter Turner who fell in love with the older Hollywood actress Grahame, an Oscar-winner known for performances in Crossfire, The Bad And The Beautiful and Oklahoma!

The duo’s bond intensified after Grahame was diagnosed with terminal cancer and went to stay with Turner’s family home in Liverpool.

Cast on the long-gestating biopic also includes Vanessa Redgrave, Julie Walters, Kenneth Cranham, Stephen Graham, Frances Barber and Leanne Best.

Broccoli of James Bond producer Eon and Synchronistic Pictures’ Colin Vaines (Coriolanus) produce, while Im Global is co-financing the film and handling international sales. Lionsgate »

- wendy.mitchell@screendaily.com (Wendy Mitchell)

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First look: Annete Bening and Jamie Bell in 'Film Stars Don't Die In Liverpool'

18 July 2016 4:36 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: First look at Annete Bening and Jamie Bell in Barbara Broccoli-produced drama shooting in UK.

Screen can reveal the first image from Barbara Broccoli-produced UK romance-drama Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool, starring Annete Bening (American Beauty) as Hollywood golden age actress Gloria Grahame.

Bening stars alongside Jamie Bell (Billy Elliott) in the true story of the young Liverpudlian actor Peter Turner who fell in love with the older Hollywood actress Grahame, an Oscar-winner known for performances in Crossfire, The Bad And The Beautiful and Oklahoma!

The duo’s bond intensified after Grahame was diagnosed with terminal cancer and went to stay with Turner’s family home in Liverpool.

Cast on the long-gestating biopic also includes Vanessa Redgrave, Julie Walters, Kenneth Cranham, Stephen Graham, Frances Barber and Leanne Best.

Broccoli of James Bond producer Eon and Synchronistic Pictures’ Colin Vaines (Coriolanus) produce, while Im Global is co-financing the film and handling international sales. Lionsgate »

- wendy.mitchell@screendaily.com (Wendy Mitchell)

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Why Kenneth Branagh Loves Mysteries, from ‘Wallander’ to ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ (Emmy Watch)

26 June 2016 10:01 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Kenneth Branagh fell into his love affair with the “Wallander” mysteries by Swedish author Henning Mankell (1948 – 2015) for “the sheer pleasure of the reading,” he told me over the phone. “It was novel by novel. I’m not usually a kind of completist in this regard, but each novel did send me to the next one, and I did read them in order, and I did find myself drawn in, hypnotically. I didn’t feel I’d met anyone quite like this before or this landscape.”

The novels are set in Sweden, in and around the town of Ystad, 35 miles south-east of the city of Malmö, in the southern province of Skåne. And that’s where the PBS Mystery series (four seasons, from 2009 through 2016) is also filmed. “It’s vast and flat,” said Branagh. “It has a strong regional dialect. It’s a curious, forgotten, unfashionable pocket of land. Over 60 percent »

- Anne Thompson

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Why Kenneth Branagh Loves Mysteries, from ‘Wallander’ to ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ (Emmy Watch)

26 June 2016 10:01 AM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Kenneth Branagh fell into his love affair with the “Wallander” mysteries by Swedish author Henning Mankell (1948 – 2015) for “the sheer pleasure of the reading,” he told me over the phone. “It was novel by novel. I’m not usually a kind of completist in this regard, but each novel did send me to the next one, and I did read them in order, and I did find myself drawn in, hypnotically. I didn’t feel I’d met anyone quite like this before or this landscape.”

The novels are set in Sweden, in and around the town of Ystad, 35 miles south-east of the city of Malmö, in the southern province of Skåne. And that’s where the PBS Mystery series (four seasons, from 2009 through 2016) is also filmed. “It’s vast and flat,” said Branagh. “It has a strong regional dialect. It’s a curious, forgotten, unfashionable pocket of land. Over 60 percent »

- Anne Thompson

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'Richard III': Theater Review

17 June 2016 3:30 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

It's a shame the Almeida Theatre Company's solid, effective and sinister production of Richard III is slated to finish its run Aug. 6 since, with its emphasis on bones, skulls and ghosts, it would make a perfect seasonal choice for Halloween. Featuring Ralph Fiennes in the title role and Vanessa Redgrave as Queen Margaret (the two last appeared together in Fiennes' own contemporary film adaptation of Coriolanus), director Rupert Goold's production borrows more than a little of its vernacular from horror films and the theater of shock. He seldom gets his own hands dirty, but this Richard is a psychopath by

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- Leslie Felperin

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Embankment, Kevin Loader team for Ferarri racing documentary

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

Exclusive: In The Loop and Coriolanus producers team with Embankment Films.

Producers Kevin Loader (The Lady in the Van, In The Loop) and Julia Taylor-Stanley (Coriolanus) have joined forces with Embankment Films to tell the story behind the iconic Ferrari motor racing team of the late 1950s.

Ferrari: Race To Immortality, which is currently in production, will chart the story of one of the greatest decades in motor racing history.

Enzo Ferrari was the complex visionary whose obsessions and passions knew no limits – winning was everything and his drivers would pay the ultimate price. Collins, Hawthorn, Musso and de Portago all pushed themselves to the limit with fatal consequenses.    

The film will use re-creation, first-hand accounts and archive material to tell the story of the one of greatest teams of drivers ever assembled – Ferrari’s La Scuderia – considered gladiators of motor sport.      

Sports film director Daryl Goodrich, whose Olympic Games launch film Make Britain Proud played a role »

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

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Broccoli, Im Global launch 'Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool'

6 May 2016 2:23 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Paul McGuigan-directed drama, written by Matt Greenhalgh, to shoot June 27 in UK; Annette Bening, Jamie Bell lead cast.

Im Global will launch sales in Cannes on prestige UK package Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool, set to star BAFTA-winners Annette Bening (The Kids Are Alright), Jamie Bell (Billy Elliot) and Julie Walters (Brooklyn).

Lucky Number Slevin and Sherlock director Paul McGuigan will direct the period feature, written by Control and Nowhere Boy writer Matt Greenhalgh.

James Bond producer Barbara Broccoli (Spectre) will produce under her Eon Productions banner alongside Gangs Of New York executive and Coriolanus producer Colin Vaines. Stuart Ford’s Im Global will also co-finance.

Based on the memoir by British actor Peter Turner, Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool follows the playful, but passionate relationship between Turner (Bell) and the eccentric Academy Award-winning actress Gloria Grahame (Bening), who rose to fame in the 1940s.

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

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Kaleidoscope appoints Buckner director of international sales

29 April 2016 3:49 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Former Icon executive appointed on permanent basis; Caroline Stern assumes commercial affairs role.

UK sales and distribution outfit Kaleidoscope Film Distribution (Kfd) has appointed Anthony Buckner director of international sales.

The former Icon and Terra Mater executive has served in the role since last year but has now been made permanent with former director of international sales Caroline Stern assuming the newly created role of director of commercial affairs and business development.

At Kaleidoscope, Buckner has worked on deals including the sale of animation Top Cat Begins to Warner Bros and thriller River to Ascot Elite in Germany.

Spencer Pollard, CEO of Kfd commented: “We are delighted Anthony has agreed to join us permanently. I think our commercial tastes and views on how to grow the International business are aligned and we’re excited that he’s agreed to be part of our long-term plans.”

Buckner added: “I am very pleased to be joining Spencer and his »

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

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Jessica Chastain’s Rise to Oscar Nominee and Blockbuster Star

2 April 2016 6:26 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Sara Hemrajani on the rise of Jessica Chastain

In the past five years, Jessica Chastain has gone from unknown actress to established talent. The Californian famously embraces all genres, from a modern interpretation of Shakespeare’s Coriolanus to spy thriller The Debt to elaborate costume horror Crimson Peak, to name but a few. With the release of Zero Dark Thirty and Mama in early 2013, Chastain also became the first woman in 50 years to have the leading role in the top two films at the North American box office.

The two-time Oscar nominee will next be seen in cinemas in The Huntsman: Winter’s War, one of her most commercial projects so far. She plays a trained warrior alongside Chris Hemsworth and the pair battle against a cruel, loveless existence created by evil sisters Emily Blunt and Charlize Theron.

Let’s take a look at the roles and films which put »

- Sara Hemrajani

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Berlin: Eastern European Below the Line Artists Draw More Hollywood Work

17 February 2016 1:00 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Eastern European artists have long won over filmmakers from the West with masterful production and costume design — generally at a fraction of the cost of comparable work done by U.S. specialists — and recent projects that span other worlds and ages have raised the game to new heights.

Prague’s Barrandov Studios, a pre-wwii facility that found new life after Czech production incentives were instituted in 2010, has been crawling with creatives of late. “Underworld 5” demanded fantastical designs for its tale involving epic werewolf-on-vampire combat.

Production designer Ondrej Nekvasil, who set the look of other Prague-shot work including the “Missing” TV skein, “Snowpiercer” and “The Illusionist,” was brought in for “Underworld 5” to invoke a strange and fearsome setting for the Kate Beckinsale-starring franchise.

Producer-helmer Anna Foerster found Nekvasil’s sensibility for the surreal just right, teaming him with Serbian master costumer Bojana Nikitovic, whose work on “A Good Day to Die Hard »

- Will Tizard

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