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New York’s MoMA To Fete Italy’s Rai Cinema, Matteo Garrone’s ‘Tale of Tales’ U.S. Bow

24 November 2015 6:43 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Rome – New York’s Museum of Modern Art will celebrate Italy’s Rai Cinema with a screening series set to kick off on December 4 with the U.S. bow of Matteo Garrone’s English-language fantasy/horror film “Tale of Tales” segued by nine other high-profile Italo titles co-produced by the powerhouse film production and distribution unit of Italian pubcaster Rai.

Garrone will be making the trek to New York for the U.S. launch of his freaky “Tales,” (pictured) which is based on folk myths collected and published by the 16th-century Neapolitan poet and scholar Giambattista Basile.

Pic, which made a splash in Cannes, stars Salma Hayek, Vincent Cassel, Toby Jones and John C Reilly. Its U.S. distributor, IFC, has yet to announce the stateside release date. Garrone will introduce the ambitious new work, which is emblematic of Rai Cinema’s support of visionary Italo auteurs, along with MoMA »

- Nick Vivarelli

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European Film Screenings Initiative Set To Kick Off In United Arab Emirates With ‘Song of the Sea’

20 October 2015 8:06 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Irish animator Tomm Moore’s Celtic lore-inspired toon “Song of the Sea” will open the second edition of the European Film Screenings in the United Arab Emirates where standout titles from eighteen European countries will unspool for audiences in Abu Dhabi and Dubai, interspersed with Emirati shorts.

The unique October 21-31 event held in Novo Cinema multiplexes in both UAE cities has increased its raison d’être in the region, partly filling a gap left by the recent elimination of the Abu Dhabi film fest.

Song of the Sea” will kick things off presented by producer Stephan Roelants whose Luxembourg-based Melusine Production is co-producing Angelina Jolie’s upcoming animated pic “The Breadwinner.”

Hosts of the free-of-charge European screenings are the Luxembourg Embassy to the UAE and the European Delegation to the country. This year’s edition has been strongly supported by the Film Fund Luxembourg, directed by Guy Daleiden who is also making the trek. »

- Nick Vivarelli

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European Film Screenings Initiative Set To Kick Off In United Arab Emirates With ‘Song of the Sea’

20 October 2015 8:06 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Irish animator Tomm Moore’s Celtic lore-inspired toon “Song of the Sea” will open the second edition of the European Film Screenings in the United Arab Emirates where standout titles from eighteen European countries will unspool for audiences in Abu Dhabi and Dubai, interspersed with Emirati shorts.

The unique October 21-31 event held in Novo Cinema multiplexes in both UAE cities has increased its raison d’être in the region, partly filling a gap left by the recent elimination of the Abu Dhabi film fest.

Song of the Sea” will kick things off presented by producer Stephan Roelants whose Luxembourg-based Melusine Production is co-producing Angelina Jolie’s upcoming animated pic “The Breadwinner.”

Hosts of the free-of-charge European screenings are the Luxembourg Embassy to the UAE and the European Delegation to the country. This year’s edition has been strongly supported by the Film Fund Luxembourg, directed by Guy Daleiden who is also making the trek. »

- Nick Vivarelli

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