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Foursome: Bobby Bukowski talks about Rosewater, Infinitely Polar Bear, 99 Homes & Time Out of Mind

18 November 2014 4:00 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Trevor Hogg chats with Bobby Bukowski about a busy year of collaborating with four different filmmakers who each had a separate cinematic project…

One cannot accuse Bobby Bukowski of having a boring life as he went from studying Biochemistry with the intention of pursuing a medical career to a photographer’s assistant in Paris which resulted in him documenting a pilgrimage of sacred sites led by the Dalai Lama to being a bike messenger while obtaining his Master of Fine Arts degree to a cinematographer.  “It’s been a good life,” observes the native of New York City who has also taught at New York University TishAsia campus located in Singapore.  “The question that always arises from curious minds is, ‘Why do you do it that way?’  The academic query is a pertinent one.  “It’s good to remind oneself to throw everything up in the air and say, ‘What »

- Trevor Hogg

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Robin Wright and Ben Foster Call Off Their 10 Month Engagement

12 November 2014 2:17 PM, PST | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

After three years together and a ten-month engagement, Robin Wright and Ben Foster have reportedly called off their engagement, according to Us Weekly.

The two began dating in 2011 after they met on the set of Rampart and Foster popped the question in January 2014. The 48-year-old House of Cards star told the Telegraph in February that same year that that getting engaged to 34-year-old Foster wasn’t all that different than dating.

Watch: Robin Wright Can Dance!

"We felt married anyway,” Wright said. “We've been together ever since the first date."

The Golden Globe winner added that it wasn’t just the ring she had on her ring finger that represented her devotion to her now-ex.

“Ben has an ‘R’ tattoo in the same place,” she said, admitting that she actually has a ‘B’ tattoo on his ring finger as well. “I’ve been so anti-tattoos my whole life. But doing this felt right because we’re not »

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Robin Wright and Ben Foster Have Split

12 November 2014 7:55 AM, PST | | See recent Popsugar news »

Robin Wright and fiancé Ben Foster have ended their engagement after 10 months, Us Weekly reports. The couple, who was last spotted together at the Golden Globes back in January, ultimately decided to call it quits due to scheduling conflicts. A source close to the House of Cards star said, "She got swept up in the engagement last Christmas, but then their schedules got crazy and she realized it wasn't the right decision," adding, "The [age] gap just ended up being too much. Ben was kind of immature. She couldn't deal with him anymore." Ben is 14 years Robin's junior and popped the question in January, just days before Robin took home the Golden Globe award for best TV actress. Robin and Ben reportedly started dating in early 2012 after filming the movie Rampart together. The relationship came two years after Robin's divorce from Sean Penn, with whom she shared 13 years of marriage and has two children, »

- Brittney-Stephens

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10 Producers to Watch: Ken Kao

11 November 2014 10:00 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Taking a gander at Kao’s IMDb page, one notices a brief, six-title list of films he’s produced. But look a bit more closely, and Kao’s past and upcoming production credits rep a rather imposing collection of cinema’s most renowned auteurs, from Martin Scorsese (“Silence”) to Gus Van Sant (“Sea of Trees”), Terrence Malick (“Knight of Cups” and another untitled project), and Oren Moverman (2011’s “Rampart”).

So what is it about this young producer that inspires such trust from helmers who’ve seen it all?

“Well, I’d be interested in hearing what they have to say,” he says. “I think it’s that we have a real personal relationship. As cliched as it might sound, it’s always people first. Outsiders tend to have a really glamorous idea of what filmmaking may be, and people in the industry sometimes have this really Byzantine view of what we do, »

- Andrew Barker

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Richard Gere Starrer ‘Time Out Of Mind’ Nabbed By IFC Films

20 October 2014 10:10 AM, PDT | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

Oren Moverman’s Time Out Of Mind world premiered last month at Tiff and had its U.S. premiere at the New York Film Festival and now IFC Films has acquired U.S. rights to the pic. Written and directed by Moverman, the film stars Richard Gere as George, a desperate man who is thrust onto New York City’s gritty and unforgiving streets. He seeks refuge at an intake center for homeless men at Bellevue, and through a series of events, begins to repair the relationship with his estranged daughter. Ben Vereen, Jena Malone, Kyra Sedgwick, Jeremy Strong, Michael Kenneth Williams, Yul Vazquez, Coleman Domingo, Geraldine Hughes, and Steve Buscemi also star. Gere is producing with Blackbird Films’ Lawrence Inglee, Caroline Kaplan, Edward Walson, Cold Iron Pictures’ Miranda Bailey and River Road Entertainment’s Bill Pohlad. Mohammed Al Turki, Zak Tucker, Cold Iron PicturesAmanda Marshall and Eva Maria Daniels are exec producers. »

- The Deadline Team

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Sandra Bullock and David Gordon Green's 'Our Brand Is Crisis' Gets Going

13 October 2014 11:14 AM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Filming is underway in New Orleans on David Gordon Green's feature adaptation of the 2005 political campaign doc of the same name. In her first live-action feature film appearance since "Gravity," Sandra Bullock plays retired political consultant "Calamity" Jane Bodine. She's pulled back into the game by a team of Americans tasked with getting an unpopular Bolivian president reelected. The campaign gets chaotic when Billy Bob Thornton shows up as the opposition — and, as we learn, he's also Jane's worst enemy. The film's top drawer cast includes Anthony Mackie (“Captain America: The Winter Soldier”), Scoot McNairy (“Gone Girl,” “Argo”), Zoe Kazan (“Ruby Sparks”), Ann Dowd (“Side Effects,” HBO’s “The Leftovers”), Reynaldo Pacheco (“Beginners”), Dominic Flores (“Rampart”), Louis Arcella (NBC’s “The Blacklist”), Octavio Gómez Berríos (“Che: Part One”) and Joaquim de Almeida (“Fast Five”). Green, who has deftly carried projects both indie ("George »

- Ryan Lattanzio

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Filming Begins on David Gordon Green’s Our Brand Is Crisis Starring Sandra Bullock, Anthony Mackie, Zoe Kazan & Billy Bob Thornton

13 October 2014 10:49 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

Filming is underway in New Orleans on director David Gordon Green’s (“Pineapple Express,” “George Washington”) feature adaptation of the critically acclaimed 2005 documentary Our Brand Is Crisis, starring Oscar winners Sandra Bullock (“The Blind Side”) and Billy Bob Thornton (“Sling Blade”).

When a group of American consultants accept the challenge of getting an unpopular Bolivian president re-elected, they realize they need help. Tracking down retired maverick political consultant Jane Bodine (Bullock) to her cabin in the woods, they persuade her to lead the team—a decision they quickly come to regret, as “Calamity” Jane begins to live up to her nickname, unleashing her very own brand of chaos on the campaign.

Just as all seems lost, the loathsome Pat Candy (Thornton), Jane’s worst enemy, arrives in town to work for the opposition. Suddenly things become personal and as the battle begins the consultants get to see Jane the legend in action. »

- Michelle McCue

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Nyff: Out of Sight, Time Out of Mind

2 October 2014 11:30 AM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Nyff continues. Here's Glenn looking at Richard Gere in 'Time Out of Mind'.

“The Richard Gere homeless movie” is a bit of a glib way to describe Time out of Mind, but that is the moniker that Oren Moverman’s third feature has found itself labelled with. I mean, it’s not like it’s without merit; Richard Gere does indeed play a homeless man, something far removed from the type of roles we’re more typically used to seeing the 65-year-old actor portray – and something one critic at the post-film Q&A attempted to allude to by asking the actor to compare this role to that in Paul Schrader’s American Gigolo, much to the actor’s and the crowd’s confusion.

I wish I could say there was more going on in Oren Moverman’s film, but I’m not sure I can. At least outside of the formal aspirations, »

- Glenn Dunks

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Richard Gere Takes Major Risks In Oren Moverman's Time Out Of Mind

2 October 2014 8:46 AM, PDT | | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Oren Moverman has been carving out his reputation as a challenging and compelling writer-director with intense films about men feeling lost and angry. In 2009 he made his directorial debut with the admired veteran drama The Messenger. Two year later, he returned with the acclaimed crime-drama Rampart, which starred a Woody Harrelson brimming with barely suppressed rage. Now, Moverman has come to the New York Film Festival with his third feature, the Richard Gere-fronted Time Out of Mind. In many ways, it's his riskiest endeavor to date.for better or worse. Coming into a Moverman movie, I anticipated a hero who'd be stern, even off-puttingly angry. Richard Gere delivers both as George, a homeless man who refuses to accept his own homelessness, and often connives and snipes at those around him. What's shocking about the film is not so much its dedicated depiction to the harsh realities of homelessness, which »

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First Look at Matthew McConaughey in 'Sea of Trees'

30 September 2014 3:04 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Two-time Oscar nominated director Gus Van Sant (Good Will Hunting, Milk) has wrapped principal photography on The Sea of Trees, which filmed on location in Japan and Massachusetts, starring Oscar winner Matthew McConaughey (Dallas Buyers Club, Interstellar, Mud, The Wolf of Wall Street), Ken Watanabe (Inception, Memoirs of a Geisha, The Last Samurai) and two-time Oscar nominee Naomi Watts (The Impossible, 21 Grams, King Kong, Mulholland Dr.). The cast also includes actors Katie Aselton (star of FX's The League) and Jordan Gavaris (Orphan Black).

Arthur Brennan (McConaughey) treks into Aokigahara, known as the The Sea of Trees, a mysterious dense forest at the base of Japan's Mount Fuji where people go to contemplate life and death. Having found the perfect place to die, Arthur encounters Takumi Nakamura (Watanabe), a Japanese man who has also lost his way. The two men begin a journey of reflection and survival, which affirms Arthur's will »

- MovieWeb

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"Sea of Trees" Wraps Production

30 September 2014 12:30 PM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Two-time Oscar nominated director Gus Van Sant (Good Will Hunting, Milk) has wrapped principal photography on "The Sea of Trees", which filmed on location in Japan and Massachusetts, starring Oscar winner Mathew McConaughey (Dallas Buyers Club, Interstellar, Mud, The Wolf of Wall Street), Oscar nominee Ken Watanabe (Inception, Memoirs of a Geisha, The Last Samurai) and two-time Oscar nominee Naomi Watts (The Impossible, 21 Grams, King Kong, Mulholland Drive).  The cast also includes actors Katie Aselton (star of FX's The League) and Jordan Gavaris (Orphan Black).   Arthur Brennan (McConaughey) treks into Aokigahara, known as the The Sea of Trees, a mysterious dense forest at the base of Japan's Mount Fuji where people go to contemplate life and death.  Having found the perfect place to die, Arthur encounters Takumi Nakamura (Watanabe), a Japanese man who has also lost his way. The two men begin a journey of reflection and survival, which affirms »

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Producers Guild hands Mark Gordon its Norman Lear Award

22 September 2014 11:23 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

If Mark Gordon's name isn't familiar, his filmography will be. The producer's diverse 20-year includes "The To Do List," "Rampart," "Source Code," "The Day After Tomorrow," "Wonder Boys," "A Simple Plan," and "Speed." He earned an Oscar nomination in 1999 for "Saving Private Ryan." His upcoming films include Aaron Sorkin's Steve Jobs biopic and Todd Phillips' upcoming comedy "Arms and The Dudes" starring Shia Labeouf and Jesse Eisenberg. And today, the Producers Guild of America announced that Gordon would be honored with a lifetime achievement award — for his contributions to television. Yes, Gordon's success stems to successful TV too. Gordon is currently the executive producer on ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy,” CBS’ “Criminal Minds” and Showtime’s “Ray Donovan,” with notable past work including "Private Practice," "Army Wives" and "Reaper." The PGA will present Gordon with the 2015 Norman Lear Achievement Award in Television during its 26th Annual Producers Guild Awards ceremony on Jan. »

- Matt Patches

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Life on the Streets: Richard Gere on Going Homeless

15 September 2014 7:55 AM, PDT | | See recent Rolling Stone news »

If you live in a decent-sized city, much less a metropolis, you probably see someone like George every day. Having fallen on hard times, George lives on the street; if he's not able to procure a bed at the chaotic, prison-like local shelter, he's apt to be sleeping in a cardboard box or, if he's lucky, the basement of an apartment building he's snuck into. He spends his days shuffling around the city, occasionally panhandling for change. A winter coat he's picked up from a church is pawned for money for a bottle. »

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Toronto 2014: 'Time Out of Mind' review

14 September 2014 2:37 AM, PDT | CineVue | See recent CineVue news »

★★★★☆When Bob Dylan released his thirtieth studio album in 1997, many critics claimed that the ominous atmosphere created by producer Daniel Lanois was palpable, but also almost drowned the singer's vocals. It's interesting then that New York-based director Oren Moverman - who co-wrote Todd Haynes' Dylan pseudo-biopic I'm Not There (2007), as well as helming dramas The Messenger (2009) and Rampart (2011) - chooses to use the same title for his film concerning a homeless man adrift and voiceless in New York. Time Out of Mind (2014) is the director's third feature and the latest in an ongoing exploration of institutional failure - this time, in supporting those members of society who can't support themselves.


- CineVue UK

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Tiff Review: 'Love & Mercy' Starring Paul Dano, John Cusack, Elizabeth Banks & Paul Giamatti

8 September 2014 5:40 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

"I keep looking for a place to fit/Where I can speak my mind/I've been trying hard to find the people/That I won't leave behind/They say I got brains/But they ain't doing me no good/I wish they could," Brian Wilson sings on The Beach Boys' "I Just Wasn't Made For These Times," and it's easy to see the autobiography in the lyrics. The songwriter and vocalist's career and life has been defined not just by his singular standing in the pop culture sphere, but also by a genius that created one of the greatest albums of all time, while his own mental instability and decline is the stuff of much rumor and specualation. The stories around Wilson are as legendary as the songs, but how do chronicle his life without making it salacious, while also celebrating his musical accomplishments? Well, screenwriter Oren Moverman ("Rampart, »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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Toronto Film Review: ‘Time Out of Mind’

8 September 2014 1:52 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Richard Gere goes slumming in the streets of Manhattan and emerges with one of his more remarkable performances in “Time Out of Mind,” . Executed in a plot-free observational mode that relatively few American independent filmmakers have attempted this side of early Ramin Bahrani, this simple story of a vagrant slowly grasping the depths of his despair is New York neorealism par excellence, bearing patient, resonant witness to the everyday trials and indignities suffered by America’s homeless population. Unfolding deliberately over the course of two hours, Moverman’s spare, soulful character study will prove a challenging sit for non-festival audiences, but couldn’t be more deserving of careful handling by an equally brave and uncompromising distributor.

In his 2009 debut, “The Messenger,” Moverman found a raw, mournful power in the plight of Middle American families who had lost servicemen to the Iraq War; he followed it in 2011 with “Rampart,” a gritty »

- Justin Chang

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Tiff Interview: Oren Moverman Talks Homelessness, Compassion And Making 'Time Out Of Mind' Starring Richard Gere

4 September 2014 9:35 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

The films of Oren Moverman often find complex men at their center, trying to make it in a world that doesn't seem to understand them. Whether haunted by war ("The Messenger"), broken down by their profession ("Rampart") or tortured by genius (the Brian Wilson biopic "Love & Mercy," with a script by Moverman, also playing Tiff), his characters have been weathered and wearied but are never less than fascinating, and that will likely hold true for his next directorial effort "Time Out Of Mind." Starring Richard Gere, the film chronicles the tale of a homeless man in New York City who seeks shelter at Bellvue and begins trying to repair the relationship with his estranged daughter. Given his filmography so far, it may not be the most obvious choice for Moverman, but that's also because it wasn't his to start with. Speaking with us on the phone prior to Tiff, in »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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News Bits: Laura, Emperor, I.T., Ghostbusters

27 August 2014 1:20 AM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »


"L.A. Confidential" and "The Black Dahlia" author James Ellroy has signed on to pen a remake of Otto Preminger's classic 1944 film noir "Laura" for Fox 2000.

The original followed a detective who slowly falls in love and becomes obsessed with a well-heeled advertising exec over the course of investigating her murder. Ellroy also penned the scripts for "Street Kings" and "Rampart". [Source: THR]

The Emperor’s Children

Actress turned filmmaker Lake Bell is set to direct "The Emperor’s Children" for Imagine Entertainment. Brian Grazer and Erica Huggins are producing.

Noah Baumbach adapted the script from Claire Messud’s 2006 book about three friends in their early thirties living in NYC in the months leading up to September 11, 2001. [Source: Variety]


John Moore ("A Good Day to Die Hard," "Flight of the Phoenix") is set to direct and William Wisher Jr. will pen a rewrite of the thriller "I.T." which aims to begin production this Fall. »

- Garth Franklin

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James Ellroy Will Write Film Noir Remake 'Laura'

26 August 2014 4:15 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Celebrated crime author James Ellroy, whose books have been adapted into films such as L.A. Confidential and The Black Dahlia, has signed on to write the screenplay for a remake of the 1944 film noir thriller Laura.

Otto Preminger directed Laura, which centered on a detective who falls for the woman whose murder he is investigating. Gene Tierney, Dana Andrews, Clifton Webb and Vincent Price starred in the thriller, which was nominated for five Oscars, including Clifton Webb for Best Actor in a Supporting Role and Otto Preminger for best director, with Joseph Lashelle winning the Oscar for Best Cinematography.

Stuart Till is serving as executive producer for Fox 2000, but the project doesn't have a director attached at this time.

Aside from his novels, James Ellroy has also written the screenplays for Street Kings and Rampart.

Laura was released October 11th, 1944 and stars Gene Tierney, Dana Andrews, Clifton Webb, Vincent Price, »

- MovieWeb

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Watch: Otto Preminger's Film Noir Classic 'Laura' In Full; James Ellroy Penning Remake

26 August 2014 3:27 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

It's beyond dispute — Otto Preminger's 1944 film noir "Laura" is a stone cold classic, so of course it's going to be remade. The original starred Gene Tierney, Dana Andwers, Clifton Webb and Vincent Price, and concerned a murder investigation that turns obsessive. So if there must be a new version, we're glad it's in good hands. THR reports that legendary writer James Ellroy will craft a screenplay for the redo for Fox 2000. The author has dipped his toes into screenwriting before ("Street Kings," "Rampart"), and likely knows first hand how adaptations can both be regrettable ("Black Dahlia") and great ("L.A. Confidential"). We presume Ellroy will examine Vera Caspary's novel, from which Preminger's film was derived, and we're interested to see what his way into the story will be. If you haven't yet seen "Laura" (or want to again), you can watch the whole below with an easy click of the mouse. »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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