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Kiefer Sutherland to receive Zurich’s Golden Eye Award

19 hours ago | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

The actor will also attend the gala screening of his latest film Forsaken at the festival.

Kiefer Sutherland, noted for his performances in The Lost Boys, Young Guns and Melancholia, as well as his long-standing role as Jack Bauer in TV series 24, will receive the Golden Eye award at this year’s Zurich Film Festival (Sept 24 – Oct 4).

He will also attend the festival’s gala screening of his latest film Forsaken, in which he acts alongside his father Donald Sutherland. Demi Moore and Brian Cox also star in Jon Cassar’s western about a community besieged by ruthless land-grabbers.

The Golden Eye is presented to an important guest at the festival, it has only been awarded on one previous occasion, to Helen Hunt, who attended the festival in 2012.

“The way Kiefer Sutherland has reinvented himself throughout his career is a testament to the rare acting skills he exhibited at a young age and honed as his roles »

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Film4 FrightFest 2015 Review – Stung (2015)

28 August 2015 12:00 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Stung, 2015

Directed by Benni Diez

Starring Clifton Collins Jr., Jessica Cook, Lance Henriksen, David Masterson, Matt O’Leary, Cecilia Pillado, Kathleen Renish


A fancy garden party turns into upper class prey when a colony of killer wasps mutates into seven foot tall predators.

Imagine if you took The Fly, The Thing, Aliens, Eight Legged Freaks and that cockroach scene from A Nightmare on Elm Street 4 and put them into a blood-filled blender and you get the idea of what to expect from the wickedly fun Stung.

Taking place in a stately home during a rather posh dinner party to remember a family’s dead father, a group of party-goers and the duo providing the catering are given the shock of their lives when they are attacked by killer wasps. But matters turn to worse when the stings from these wasps turn their victims into giant versions of these killer wasps, »

- Luke Owen

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Where are the cast of Bring It On now? Here's what happened to Kirsten Dunst, Eliza Dushku and the squad

24 August 2015 4:01 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

15 years ago today, the Toros stepped out onto the football field and put some serious cheer back into the atmosphere. To steal a phrase from the film: Bring It On's the poo - so take a big whiff.

But what have Kirsten Dunst, Eliza Dushku and the rest of the squad been cheering about since then? To mark the movie's birthday, we put down the pompoms and find out what they've been up to since.

Kirsten Dunst

A Hollywood star from the age of 12 thanks to her breakthrough role in Interview with the Vampire, Dunst's star was burning brightly when she led the Toros as Torrance Shipman. Two years later, she went on to land her biggest role as Mary Jane Watson in Sam Raimi's three Spider-man films.

In recent years, she's reinvented herself as a critical darling, winning Best Actress at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival for Melancholia, »

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New trailer for Fargo season 2

14 July 2015 7:59 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

FX has today debuted a new trailer for their upcoming second season of hit show Fargo, which you can view in the player below…

See Also: Two new teasers for Fargo season 2

The show switches characters for the new season, and is led by Patrick Wilson (Watchmen), Kirsten Dunst (Melancholia) and Ted Danson (Cheers), with a supporting cast that also includes Jean Smart, Jesse Plemons, Jeffrey Donovan, Nick Offerman, Kieran Culkin, Bokeem Woodbine, Angus Sampson, Keir O’Donnell, Bruce Campbell, Michael Hogan, Rachel Keller, Cristin Milioti and Adam Arkin.

The all new “true crime” case of Fargo’s new chapter travels back to 1979 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota and Luverne, Minnesota, where a young State Police Officer “Lou Solverson” (Wilson), recently back from Vietnam, investigates a case involving a local crime gang and a major Mob syndicate. Helping him piece things together is his father-in-law, “Sheriff Hank Larsson” (Danson). The »

- Scott J. Davis

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Stung | Review

1 July 2015 10:00 AM, PDT | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

Spirit of the Wasp’s Nest: Diez’s Debut a Schlocky Creature Feature

African killer bees were once a common threat in disaster themed American cinema of the 1970s, reaching a penultimate plateau of ridiculousness with Irwin Allen’s famous 1978 celebrity packed stink bomb, The Swarm. Their aggressive cousins, mutant wasps, get a chance at bat in Stung, the directorial debut of Benni Diez. Previously a visual effects supervisor, whose most notable credit was Lars Von Trier’s Melancholia (2011), Diez utilizes his particular skillset to notable effect in his first feature. Unfortunately, some striking special effects are the only details saving the picture from being a complete waste of its audience’s time.

Julia (Jessica Cook) has recently had to take over control of her father’s catering business following his untimely death. She’s unsure if she’s up to snuff, relaying her fears to lone employee Paul (Matt »

- Nicholas Bell

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Cannes: ‘Heli’ Director Amat Escalante Preps ‘Untamed’ (Exclusive)

13 May 2015 9:00 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Mexico’s Amat Escalante, whose “Heli” won Cannes’ 2013 best director award, is scaling up and branching out for sci-fi pic “The Untamed” (La region salvaje). To be made on a “significantly higher” budget than “Heli,” “The Untamed” will roll in the fall, shooting in Guanajuato, the director said.

“The Untamed” is lead-produced by Jaime Romandia’s Mantarraya, which also produced Carlos Reygadas’ 2012 best director winner “Post Tenebras Lux.” Jean Labadie’s Paris-based Le Pacte co-produces, as does Katrin Pors at Denmark’s Adomeit Film and Norway’s Mer.

Ndm, the Paris-Mexico City sales company launched by Mantarraya and Reygadas’ Nodream Cinema, will initiate pre-sales on “The Untamed” at Cannes. Manuel Alberto Claro, the d.p. on Lars von Trier’s “Melancholia” and “Nymphomaniac,” will serve as cinematographer. Peter Hjorth, the vfx supervisor on all Von Trier’s movies since “Dancer in the Dark,” will play a similar role on “Untamed. »

- John Hopewell

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Sweden’s Film Industry Seeks More Tax Breaks

13 May 2015 10:00 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Sweden, with a celebrated film history of its own, has been playing an increasing role in hosting the production of both big- and small-screen projects. The country not only served as the location for the Millennium trilogy based on the novels of native son Stieg Larsson — it was also the shooting locale for the American adaptation of series’ first installment, David Fincher’s “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.”

The country also hosted Swedish and British versions of the TV series “Wallander,” as well as numerous films by Danish director Lars von Trier, including “Melancholia,” “Antichrist” and “Dogville.”

Not wanting to lose momentum, members of the Swedish film and TV community are now lobbying the government to establish a production tax credit similar to that of many other countries. “Our main argument is the increased competition from countries in Europe who have the tax incentives in place,” says Ingrid Rudefors »

- Todd Longwell

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Watch: Lars von Trier Explains the Rules of Dogme 95

30 April 2015 8:09 AM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Lars von Trier's "less is more" school of filmmaking, cofounded by Thomas Vinterberg, sought to break down to the medium to its most essential elements. They launched the movement with von Trier's "The Idiots" and Vinterberg's "The Celebration" in 1998, inspiring a generation of filmmakers to also try and do more with less, including Harmony Korine and Susanne Bier. Von Trier, like all practitioners of Dogme 95, started to bend the rules here and there, and then the manifesto became history -- though its spirit lives on in "Dogville," "Melancholia" and "Nymphomaniac." Read More: 5 Things You Didn't Know About Lars von Trier Watch as he explains, while making "The Idiots," the collective's ten rules, which are: 1. Shooting must be done on location. Props and sets must not be brought in. 2. The sound must never be produced apart from the image or vice-versa. 3. The camera must be handheld. Any movement or »

- Ryan Lattanzio

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Lars Von Trier Has Started Drinking Again To Help The Creative Process

21 April 2015 12:02 PM, PDT | | See recent Cinema Blend news »

It could be said that Lars von Trier.s films have driven people to drink, because of the way that they push the envelope of dark, depressing human emotion. But now the director of Melancholia, Dogma and two Nymphomaniac films has revealed that alcohol cures his anxiety, which allows him to make those films. Ah, the bizarre circle of creativity and life. While speaking with The Guardian, Lars Von Trier admitted to attending AA meetings for the better part of a year and a half, but revealed that she has started drinking again "so that I can work." As he elaborates: When you shoot a film, it.s hard work, and you tend to drink more. . taken other drugs that helped me a lot . that was kind of the way I worked. But drinking is more to overcome some anxiety. It.s one of the least controversial statement »

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Bill Pullman And Judd Hirsch Will Return For Independence Day 2

17 April 2015 12:48 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Sequels to massive summer blockbusters arrive in theaters with a built-in audience who, like most people, want to see a story to its conclusion. An added bonus for those same moviegoers is when studios manage to corral the same actors back into the fold. You know, so you’re not left wondering why Tony Stark’s dad looks loads different to the last time you saw him. Luckily, Roland Emmerich has for the most part convinced the cast of Independence Day to reprise their roles for its sequel Independence Day 2 (which may be called Independence Day Forever: Part 1).

While Will Smith has turned down offers to star (’cause he’s busy filming a little movie called Suicide Squad), the majority of his onscreen chums have said yes to those same exact opportunities. Jeff Goldblum, Vivica A. Fox and even Brent Spiner have signed on for another battle with the extraterrestrials. »

- Gem Seddon

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Lars Von Trier to make first France trip since Cannes scandal

16 April 2015 5:04 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Filmmaker to give masterclass ahead of French theatrical release of Nymphomaniac Directors’ Cut.

Danish filmmaker Lars Von Trier may not be headed to the Croisette this year but he will be touching down in France in May nonetheless for a masterclass at the Cinemathèque Française.

The special event on May 4 will tie in with the French theatrical release of Nymphomaniac Volume I and Volume II: Extended Director’s Cut by Les Films du Losange on May 6.

The distributor confirmed that it will be Von Trier’s first official visit to France since the “painful episode” at the Cannes Film Festival in 2011, at which he made an ill-judged joke about being a Nazi during the press conference for Melancholia

The episode led to him being temporarily declared “persona non grata” by the festival as well as a French police investigation into whether he violated a law on war crime denial. 

The charges were dropped six months later and Cannes »

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Review: The Reconstruction Of William Zero Offers Reproduction Fatigue

9 April 2015 9:00 AM, PDT | Twitch | See recent Twitch news »

There seems to be some kind of movement out there where low-key indie dramas of personal tragedy cloak themselves in the veneer of heady science fiction concepts: films like Mike Cahill's Another Earth, James Byrkit Ward's Coherence, Lars Von Trier's Melancholia, and what is perhaps the sub-genres most recent peak, Shane Carruth's Upstream Color. Spaceships, laser guns and time portals are replaced with hand-wringing, self-doubt and self-destruction. There is metaphor aplenty. William Blake and his wife Jules are a seemingly normal, over-worked, slightly distracted parents. As the opening moments of The Reconstruction of William Zero unfold, he is distractedly scrambling to get to work, she is busy in the kitchen preparing a breakfast that nobody seems to want, and their son Kevin is itching to...

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Boardwalk Empire’s Travis Tope Enters Talks For Independence Day 2

25 March 2015 3:19 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Casting on Roland Emmerich’s long-awaited blockbuster sequel continues today as The Wrap reports that Travis Tope is now circling a part in Independence Day 2. Should he lock down the gig, Tope will be the latest in a long line of franchise newbies destined to duke it out with the extraterrestrials in another global battle.

Those fresh faces include Charlotte Gainsbourg (Nymphomaniac, Melancholia), Liam Hemsworth (The Hunger Games series), who is expected to play the son-in-law of Bill Pullman’s President Whitmore from the 1996 original, and Jessie Usher (When The Game Stands Tall), who will bust out the quips as the stepson of Will Smith’s fast-talking pilot Steven Hiller.

With specifics on Tope’s role under wraps, there’s a good chance he may also play a character tenuously linked to the original as well. Forging a stronger connection to that first outing are a small ensemble of »

- Gem Seddon

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A Nymphomaniac boards the ever growing cast of Independence Day 2

20 March 2015 1:20 PM, PDT | | See recent JoBlo news »

The cast of Indepenence Day 2 is growing as THR has reported that Nymphomaniac star Charlotte Gainsbourg is in talks to join the sci-fi action flick. Gainsbourg has appeared in three of Danish director Lars von Trier’s films; Antichrist, Melancholia, and Nymphomaniac, but I’m a bit more familiar with her work in 21 Grams and The Science Of Sleep. Joining the cast of Independence Day 2 would be quite the departure from her usual roles, but everyone deserves to take some »

- Kevin Fraser

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'Independence Day 2' Targets Charlotte Gainsbourg

20 March 2015 12:49 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Charlotte Gainsbourg, who most recently starred in director Lars von Trier's controversial Nymphomaniac Volume I and Nymphomaniac Volume II, is in negotiations to join the cast of 20th Century Fox's sci-fi action sequel Independence Day 2. No details were given for her character, but if a deal is finalized, she will join Jessie Usher, Liam Hemsworth and Jeff Goldblum, who reprises his David Levinson role from 1996's Independence Day. While Will Smith is not returning as Air Force pilot Stephen Hiller for the follow-up, it is believed that Bill Pullman will be back as Thomas Whitmore.

We reported earlier this month that Jessie Usher is playing the son of Will Smith's Stephen Hiller, but in the original Independence Day, it was never revealed that Hiller had a son. His girlfriend, Jasmine Dubrow (Vivica A. Fox) did have a young son named Dylan (Ross Bagley), but Hiller was not the father. »

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Charlotte Gainsbourg in Talks to Join 'Independence Day 2'

20 March 2015 12:11 PM, PDT | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

It appears Independence Day 2 has found its female lead, as The Hollywood Reporter reports Charlotte Gainsbourg (Nymphomaniac) is in talks to star opposite Liam Hemsworth, Jessie Usher, and Jeff Goldblum in Roland Emmerich's sequel, which comes 20 years after the first film made its way into theaters. I'm not terribly well-versed in Gainsbourg's oeuvre, in fact Melancholia is a film of hers that's just been sitting idle in my Netflix queue for the last couple years, so perhaps I ought to get on that, and no, no Nymphomaniac or Antichrist in my life either. As for this Independence Day sequel, I quite enjoy Independence Day, and I had a bunch of toys related to the film when I was growing up, but I think the primary reason I enjoyed the film was the combination of Goldblum and Will Smith, the latter of whom unfortunately won't be back in the saddle for this one. »

- Jordan Benesh

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Charlotte Gainsbourg Joins Independence Day 2

20 March 2015 11:51 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

In one of the most interesting pieces of casting news to land this week, THR reports that Charlotte Gainsbourg has entered talks to appear in sci-fi sequel Independence Day 2. The actress is known for her aggressively method performances in Lars Von Trier’s back catalogue of works including Nymphomaniac, Antichrist and Melancholia, so stepping away from character-driven pieces and into the realm of blockbuster fare is certainly an unexpected move for Gainsbourg.

The long-gestating follow-up to Roland Emmerich’s 1996 box office behemoth has hit headlines in recent weeks due to an influx of new cast members. In addition to today’s news, Emmerich – who’s back at the helm – took to Twitter not long ago to announce Jeff Goldblum’s return as scientist David Levinson. Along with original star Will Smith (who won’t be reprising his role), Goldblum knocked out the alien threat by administering a digital virus »

- Gem Seddon

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Weinstein Acquires ‘The Eichmann Show'; ‘Childhood Of A Leader’ Adds Cast; More Berlin Briefs

7 February 2015 2:26 AM, PST | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Refresh for latest… The Weinstein Co has acquired U.S. distribution rights to The Eichmann Show, the feature-length drama that stars Martin Freeman and Anthony Lapaglia and charts the 1961 Trial of the Century of Adolf Eichmann. Directed by Paul Andrew Williams, the drama follows the televised trial of one of the key architects of the Holocaust in a behind-the-scenes look at how black-listed TV director Leo Hurwitz (Lapaglia) and ground-breaking producer Milton Fruchtman (Freeman) set out to capture his testimony. Rebecca Front, Andy Nyman and Nicholas Woodeson also star. Content Media is selling the Feelgood Fiction/BBC production that integrates actual footage from the trial which became the first truly global TV event — shown in 37 countries over four months — and was the first time the horror of the death camps had been heard live from the mouths of its victims. Simon Block wrote the script for the film which aired »

- Nancy Tartaglione

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Cunningham, Moreau join Bejo, Pattinson drama

6 February 2015 10:00 PM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Shoot underway on Childhood of a Leader.

Berenice Bejo, Robert Pattinson and Stacy Martin have been joined by Liam Cunningham (Game Of Thrones), Yolande Moreau (Amelie) and Sophie Curtis (Arbitrage) for Brady Corbet’s directorial feature debut The Childhood of A Leader, which is shooting now on location in Hungary.

The film charts the birth of a terrifying ego during the rise of fascism in the early 20thcentury.

Protagonist reps international sales, Wme handles North America.

Corbet, best known for his work as an actor in Melancholia, Martha Marcy May Marlene, and Funny Games, co-wrote the script with Mona Fastvold.

The drama is a Unanimous Entertainment and Mact Films production in association with FilmTeam in Hungary. Funding comes from Media House Capital, Bow and Arrow Entertainment, Scope Pictures and Scion Pictures.

Producers are Chris Coen (Funny Games), Antoine de Clermont-Tonnerre, Helena Danielsson (Beyond) and Istvan Major. Ron Curtis, Brian Young, Aaron L. Gilbert, [link »

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Lars von Trier speaks at Danish Robert awards

2 February 2015 6:32 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Controversial director makes rare appearance and speeches at Danish film awards.

Lars von Trier has once more broken his “vow of silence” to accept an armful of prizes at Denmark’s Robert awards.

The controversial Danish filmmaker’s Nymphomaniac: Director’s Cut scooped eight trophies including best feature and best director at the Danish Film Academy’s awards last night (Feb 1) – and von Trier was in attendance at the ceremony for the first time.

Accepting the Robert for best feature, von Trier said: “From Peter Aalbæk Jensen (his producing partner at Zentropa Entertainments), I know that some of the Robert awards are won by five votes, so I would like to thank those five persons in the auditorium. Thank you very much.”

The director of Antichrist and Dancer in the Dark has rarely spoken in public after being expelled from the Cannes Film Festival in 2011, where he brought Melancholia, after publicly joking that he was a Nazi »

- (Jorn Rossing Jensen) (Michael Rosser)

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