Citadel (I) (2012)
“Sinister 2” director Ciaran Foy is attached to helm. Trevor Macy will produce via his Intrepid Pictures banner.
Foy will direct the David Chirchirillo screenplay, which was on the 2015 Black List script, which Ian Goldberg and Richard Naing revised. John Zaozirny will also produce through Bellevue Productions. Matt Alvarez will executive produce, and Melinda Nishioka will co-produce for Intrepid.
The story centers on a young boy undergoing treatment for a rare disease at a secluded clinic, which becomes a haunted prison with no way out.
Foy has a number of projects in the works with Blumhouse productions, including “The Shee,” which he will write and direct. Foy’s debut feature was “Citadel,” which premiered at SXSW in 2012 and won the festival’s Midnighters Audience Award.
Intrepid is currently in production on “The Haunting
Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami (opening in cinemas nationwide on 27 October) re-invents the music film as an electrifying journey through the performance, private and public worlds of pop cultural icon Grace Jones, whose bold aesthetic echoes throughout the film. Director Sophie Fiennes (The Pervert’s Guide To Ideology, The Pervert’s Guide To Cinema, Over Your Cities Grass Will Grow) creates a powerful cinematic experience, contrasting breathtaking musical sequences with intimate personal footage, ultimately reaching beyond the iconic mask. In Jamaican patois, ‘Bloodlight’ is the red light that illuminates when an artist is recording and ‘Bami’ means bread, the substance of daily life.
The film is produced by Katie Holly (Love & Friendship, The Queen Of Ireland, Citadel) of Dublin-based Blinder Films, alongside Sophie Fiennes, Shani Hinton and Beverly Jones. The film is backed by BBC Films (Brooklyn,
It really is quite refreshing, when you watch as much TV as I do, to appreciate just how damn well written this show is. With only very minor exceptions, every scene is brimming with good lines. With strong characterisation. With what is not said being just as important as what is. Game of Thrones really is a masterclass in how to write a good TV programme. It just also happens to contain dragons. And eunuch sex.
But seriously. There were so many decent scenes to talk about here that it really doesn’t do it justice to just type about it. So, if you haven’t seen this episode yet, and if you don’t watch Game of Thrones, then for the love of God. Get watching!
So, we began this week on a very stormy Dragonstone, with
Ciarán Foy will direct Broad Green Pictures’ horror film from a screenplay that Ian Goldberg and Richard Naing are rewriting based on David Chirchirillo’s 2015 Black List script.
Production is scheduled to begin this summer on Eli, which centres on a young boy who undergoes treatment for a disease in a clinic that becomes a haunted prison with no way out.
Trevor Macy will produce through his Intrepid Pictures alongside John Zaozirny on behalf of Bellevue Productions, while Broad Green co-founders Gabriel and Daniel Hammond will serve as executive producers.
Foy most recently directed Sinister 2 and has a number of upcoming projects set up at Blumhouse Productions, including The Shee, which he will write and direct.
Citadel, Foy’s feature debut, premiered at SXSW in 2012 and won the Midnighters Audience Award.
Goldberg and Naing recently wrote The Boy Who Drew Monsters, which [link=nm
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The film follows the story of a young boy named Eli, who suffers from an unusual disease. When he gets admitted into a secluded facility for treatment, the boy soon realizes that the place is haunted and that he will not be able to get out.
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Trevor Macy will produce the film under his Intrepid Pictures banner. John Zaozirny will also produce via Bellevue Productions, and Gabriel and Daniel Hammond will executive produce for Broad Green. Melinda Nishioka will co-produce for Intrepid.
Ian Goldberg and Richard Naing will rewrite David Chirchirillo’s 2015 Black List script on which the film is based.
The movie, which begins shooting this summer, centers on a young boy who undergoes treatment for a rare disease at a secluded clinic, which becomes a haunted prison with no way out.
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Trevor Macy producing via his Intrepid Pictures banner. John Zaozirny will also produce for Bellevue Productions, and Gabriel and Daniel Hammond will executive produce for Broad Green. Melinda Nishioka will co-produce for Intrepid.
Foy has several projects in the works at Blumhouse Productions, including “The Shee,” which he will write and direct. Foy’s debut feature was “Citadel,” which premiered at SXSW in 2012 and won the festival’s midnighters audience award. Focus Features
Dunkirk marks the event that shaped our world. Dunkirk opens as hundreds of thousands of British and Allied troops are surrounded by enemy forces. Trapped on the beach with their backs to the sea they face an impossible situation as the enemy closes in. Today, we get to see more of the action and thrills of this harrowing moment from history with all-new footage. And it surely impresses.
Christopher Nolan went after a mostly unknown cast for his army of young soldiers faced with the unthinkable.
High-Rise, director Ben Wheatley adaptation’s of J.G. Ballard‘s eponymous sci-fi novel, more than fits into this strange subset of films, as it focuses on dystopian class warfare inside a monolithic beast of Brualist architecture. With the film now in theaters (and on VOD), we look at other other films that imagine the incredible, horrifying, or supernatural happenings in and around these deceptively unassuming structures.
Apartment Trilogy (Roman Polanski)
Has any set of films turned the usual drudgeries of apartment living — climbing up your stairs for the umpteenth time, dealing with troubled amenities, and trying your best to acknowledge neighbors’ existence without getting the least bit involved
The Irish Film Board (Ifb) has appointed Steven Davenport to the role of inward production manager.
Davenport will be the first port of call for both local and international producers filming in Ireland, providing on-the-ground logistical support. He will also be responsible for the promotion of Ireland as a shoot location.
Davenport has worked as a producer, production manager and location manager across film projects including John Carney’s Once, Erik Poppe’s 1000 Times Good Night and Ciaran Foy’s Citadel. TV work includes Love/Hate and Clean Break.
Recently, some of Ireland’s more remote vistas have played host to Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens and the forthcoming Episode VIII, while Whit Stillman’s period drama Love & Friendship made use of capital Dublin, which doubled for Victorian London.
High-end television productions that regularly film in Ireland include
Aneurin Barnard (Citadel) will star as Mozart alongside James Purefoy (Solomon Kane) and Samantha Banks (Les Miserables) in John Stephenson’s (Animal Farm) forthcoming drama Interlude In Prague, which is scheduled to shoot in Prague in April this year.
The plot follows Mozart as he composes his operatic masterpiece Don Giovanni. While visiting Prague, the composer becomes embroiled in a turbulent narrative of lust and murder.
London-based Carnaby International is handling worldwide sales rights and will be introducing the film to buyers at the Efm (Feb 11-19).
Huw Penallt Jones is producing the project for UK-based outfit Productive International alongside Hannah Leader.
Brian Ashby has penned the film’s screenplay, while Charlotte Truman will compose the film’s score.
Interlude In Prague will have cinematography from Michael Brewster and production design from Luciana Arrighi, who won an Oscar for her work on 1992 picture Howards End.
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Latino-Review is giving away a bundle Blu-ray package that will include “The Visit,” “The Green Inferno” and “Sinister 2.”
These movies are not to be missed for one lucky winner. All movies are already on the market today for purchase.
Here are the details on the movie:
A family visit takes a terrifying turn when two siblings learn who Grandma and Grandpa really are in The Visit, a found documentary-style suspense thriller coming to Digital HD on December 15, 2015, and Blu-ray™ and DVD as well as On Demand on January 5, 2016 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. The first collaboration from Academy Award®-nominated writer-director M. Night Shyamalan and Academy Award-nominated producer Jason Blum, The Visit Blu-ray and DVD are packed with exclusive bonus features including deleted scenes, behind-the-scenes featurette, and a suspenseful alternate ending.
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Mysterious found footage reveals a series of gruesome murders in Sinister 2, the chilling sequel to the sleeper horror hit currently available on Digital HD, before arriving on Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand on January 12, 2016 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. The latest heart-stopping tale comes from series co-creators and screenwriters C. Robert Cargill & Scott Derrickson (who directed the first installment), producer Jason Blum of Blumhouse (Insidious, The Purge) and director
Prize Details: (1) Winner will receive (1) Blu-ray copy of Sinister 2.
How to Enter: For a chance to win, email email@example.com with the subject “Sinister 2 Contest”. Be sure to include your name and mailing address.
Entry Details: The contest will end at 12:01am Est on January 17th. This contest is only open to those who are eighteen years of age or older that live in the United States. Only one entry per household will be accepted.
Press Release: Universal City, California, November 23, 2015 – Mysterious found footage reveals a series of gruesome murders in Sinister 2, the chilling sequel to the sleeper horror hit available on
After making big-budget movies like The Last Airbender and After Earth over the past few years, director M. Night Shyamalan returned to his thriller roots last year with The Visit. The story centers on a family visit that takes a terrifying turn when two siblings learn who Grandma and Grandpa really are. Faced with
In the aftermath of the shocking events of Sinister, a protective mother (Shannyn Sossamon of Wayward Pines) and her nine-year-old twin
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