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Once programming announcements were complete for Tiff, my thinking was that all arrows pointed to Sundance programmers gobbling up Amy Berg’s new direction in filmmaking. A crime film based on the screenplay by another Park City regular in Nicole Holofcener and shot late March in NYC, this is a departure for the filmmaker/producer of Sundance preemed doc films such as Deliver Us from Evil, Bhutto and West of Memphis. Lensed by Rob Hardy (The Forgiveness of Blood), Every Secret Thing will be a sought after acquisitions title with a new newcomer Danielle Macdonald being supported by Dakota Fanning, Diane Lane and Elizabeth Banks.
Gist: Based on Laura Lippman’s 2003 novel, when a young girl in a small town goes missing, the crime resembles a similar disappearance from seven years prior that ended in tragedy. Police officer Nancy Gates (Banks), still haunted by the outcome of that case, believes »
- Eric Lavallee
Dubai, Nov 15: Pakistani author Fatima Bhutto has shot down rumours that she had turned down a role in a big-budget Bollywood film.
The 31-year-old writer laughed and said that it was one of the funniest stories that she heard but it is patently and spectacularly untrue, the Gulf News reported.
Bhutto has made her debut as a novelist with 'The Shadow of the Crescent Moon', after having been a non-fiction writer.
Published by Penguin, the novel is set in Mir Ali, a small town in the troubled tribal region of Waziristan, close to the Afghan border.
She wanted the town, the epicenter of the story, to be. »
- Ketali Mehta
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