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London — Daniel Bruhl, who stars in Marvel’s upcoming “Captain America: Civil War,” is to become a partner at Berlin- and Hamburg-based production company Amusement Park Film.
He joins forces with Malte Grunert and Klaus Dohle as a producer with the aim of finding, developing and producing material across both film and television, and with a focus on English-language product.
Bruhl and Grunert, who previously worked together on Anton Corbijn’s “A Most Wanted Man,” are both attending the Toronto Film Festival this week with their own projects. Bruhl will be in town to support “Colonia,” Florian Gallenberger’s thriller set in 1973 in Chile, in which he co-stars with Emma Watson. It receives its world premiere on Sept. 13. Grunert will be attending with director Martin Zandvliet for “Land of Mine,” a Danish/German co-production set in the immediate aftermath of World War II. The film opens the new Platform section on Sept. »
- Leo Barraclough
Daniel Brühl, the German star of A Most Wanted Man, Rush and Marvel’s forthcoming Captain America: Civil War, is set to become a partner at Hamburg/Berlin-based production company Amusement Park Film.
Brühl will join forces with Malte Grunert and Klaus Dohle as a producer with the aim of finding, developing and producing material across both film and television. Their focus will be on English-language products.
Brühl and Grunert are both attending the Toronto International Film Festival (Sept 10-20) this coming week with their own projects.
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- Ethan Sapienza
As seems to be the usual case, many of my top 2014 theatrical releases were actually 2013 titles I caught on the festival circuit (nearly half of them, actually), a trend that will probably continue throughout the tradition of year end best lists. Still, they’re gems that surfaced through hundreds of less than satisfactory or better than average titles. Though only about a century old, the notion of what defines cinema continues to grow and expand, albeit not on such as scale as many would hope. Established auteurs like David Fincher, Bong Joon-Ho, and even the continually infamous Roman Polanski may all have premiered works reflecting their particular preferred conventions (add rising voice Adam Wingard to their ranks), yet, in intelligent, playful, and arresting ways. Meanwhile, others continue to recycle similar themes, a harder feat when taking into consideration their own body of work, yet the Dardennes continue to surprise.
- Nicholas Bell
4 items from 2015
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