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Top Showrunners Talk Shop, Swap Stories at Produced By Confab

25 October 2014 9:48 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

The art of showrunning is changing, as evidenced by the foursome who came together Saturday for a panel at the Produced By: New York confab.

Greg Yaitanes, showrunner of Cinemax’s “Banshee,” came up the ranks as an episodic director. He’s not a writer per se but he’s “a good idea guy” who helps arc out the broader storylines while series creator Jonathan Tropper focuses more on writer.

Jenni Konner, showrunner of “Girls,” works in a different way because of her partnership with star-writer-director Lena Dunham. Post-production, for one, is almost entirely done after all filming is complete, while casting decisions are often made during shooting downtime in Dunham’s trailer.

Terry Winter, creator/showrunner of “Boardwalk Empire,” said his first call when setting up the show was to his fellow “Sopranos” alum Tim Van Patten because he knew he would need the assist from the director-producer.

Barbara Hall, »

- Cynthia Littleton

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Casting: Janssen, Offerman, Bateman, Barron

30 June 2014 7:14 AM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Jack Of The Red Hearts

Famke Janssen ("X-Men") and AnnaSophia Robb ("The Carrie Diaries") have joined the cast of the indie drama "Jack Of The Red Hearts" which just began filming in New York.

Janet Grillo ("Fly Away") helms the story of a teenage con artist who tricks a desperate mother into hiring her as a live-in companion for her autistic daughter. [Source: Deadline]

Welcome to Happiness

Nick Offerman ("Parks and Recreation") has joined the cast of Oliver Thompson's metaphysical drama "Welcome to Happiness" at Minutehand Pictures. Filming is currently underway in Los Angeles.

Kyle Gallner plays a children's book author with a secret door in his closet. Offerman will play the character's father-figure and landlord. Olivia Thirlby, Molly C. Quinn, Frances Conroy, Paget Brewster, Josh Brener and Brendan Sexton III also star. [Source: Variety]

Untitled Bateman Comedy

"Bad Words" actor/director Jason Bateman will star in and direct a currently untitled FBI-themed comedy. »

- Garth Franklin

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Famke Janssen and AnnaSophia Robb Join 'Jack of the Red Hearts'

27 June 2014 5:42 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Famke Janssen and AnnaSophia Robb have signed on to star in the indie drama Jack of the Red Hearts, which is currently shooting in New York City.

The story centers on a teenage con artist who convinces a desperate single mother to hire her as a live-in caregiver and companion for her autistic daughter. Screenwriter Jennifer Deaton developed the script with Lucy Mukerjee at Film Independent's Producer's Lab.

Janet Grillo (Fly Away) is directing, with Lucy Mukerjee producing alongside Sundial Pictures' Stefan Nowicki, Joey Carey and Morgan White.

Famke Janssen is coming off of her surprise cameo in X-Men: Days of Future Past and the indie boxing drama A Fighting Man. She will next be seen in Kickback, and in Season 2 of Hemlock Grove, which debuts in its entirety on Netflix starting July 11.

AnnaSophia Robb most recently starred in Soul Surfer and The Way, Way Back. »

- MovieWeb

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Famke Janssen, AnnaSophia Robb Join ‘Jack Of The Red Hearts’

27 June 2014 4:48 PM, PDT | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

Exclusive: Indie drama Jack Of The Red Hearts has begun filming in New York with X-Men‘s Famke Janssen and The Carrie DiariesAnnaSophia Robb anchoring the cast. Janet Grillo (Fly Away) is directing the film about a teenage con artist who tricks a desperate mother into hiring her as a live-in companion for her autistic daughter. Writer Jennifer Deaton developed the project with Lucy Mukerjee-Brown at Film Independent’s Producers Lab, and Sundial Pictures is producing it hot off the release of the Jenny Slate-starring Sundance comedy Obvious Child. The company’s Stefan Nowicki, Joey Carey, and Morgan White are producing alongside […] »

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Lenny Kravitz Turns 50: A Look Back at the Rocker at 25

26 May 2014 7:45 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Nowadays, Lenny Kravitz is a four-time Grammy winner who has sold more than 38 million records and is preparing to release his 10th studio album. But back in February 1990, Kravitz was Sassy magazine's "One To Watch." In honor of the "Fly Away" crooner's 50th birthday Monday, we dug up a vintage issue of the alt-teen mag, which profiled him at the age of 25. Kravitz, in the midst of promoting the Beatles-influenced album Let Love Rule, told Sassy, "People think I'm stuck in the '60s but I'm not at all. I mean, that was the last time when this sort of feeling [the whole peace-and-love thing] was happening. »

- Erin Clements

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UK's Bbe teams with Indian filmmakers

15 May 2014 11:00 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: UK-based Beautiful Bay Entertainment teams up with Vikramaditya Motwane and Tulsea Pictures.

UK-based Beautiful Bay Entertainment (Bbe) is teaming with filmmaker Vikramaditya Motwane (Udaan, Lootera) and Tulsea Pictures on an Indian script development programme.

Motwane, the programme’s creative advisor, has already selected the first three writer-directors to be supported by the scheme, which aims to contribute to a longer-term development pipeline in the Indian film business.

The three filmmakers will receive funds to develop their projects from conceptual stage to the final draft of the script.

Tulsea Pictures, which manages writers and directors, advised on structuring the programme and will serve as packaging partner on the developed scripts. Tulsea represents Motwane as well as the writer-directors associated with the programme.

The three selected filmmakers are Varun Grover with sports biopic Spin Baloo, Atul Mongia with noir drama The Antagonist and Anvita Dutt with Gudiya, the story of two girls connected through past lives who are »

- lizshackleton@gmail.com (Liz Shackleton)

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Indian scheme secures UK tie-up

15 May 2014 11:00 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: UK-based Beautiful Bay Entertainment teams up with Vikramaditya Motwane [pictured] and Tulsea Pictures.

UK-based Beautiful Bay Entertainment (Bbe) is teaming with filmmaker Vikramaditya Motwane (Udaan, Lootera) and Tulsea Pictures on an Indian script development programme.

Motwane, the programme’s creative advisor, has already selected the first three writer-directors to be supported by the scheme, which aims to contribute to a longer-term development pipeline in the Indian film business.

The three filmmakers will receive funds to develop their projects from conceptual stage to the final draft of the script.

Tulsea Pictures, which manages writers and directors, advised on structuring the programme and will serve as packaging partner on the developed scripts. Tulsea represents Motwane as well as the writer-directors associated with the programme.

The three selected filmmakers are Varun Grover with sports biopic Spin Baloo, Atul Mongia with noir drama The Antagonist and Anvita Dutt with Gudiya, the story of two girls connected through past lives who are »

- lizshackleton@gmail.com (Liz Shackleton)

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Sundance, Mahindra Pick Lab Projects

18 March 2014 2:35 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

London — The Sundance Institute and Mumbai Mantra, the media and entertainment arm of Indian conglomerate the Mahindra Group, have announced the eight projects picked for their annual screenwriters lab, now in its third year. 

The projects are selected from more than 500 submissions from India and the Indian diaspora. This year’s picks are Navneet Behal’s “Experiments with Truth”, Ashvin Kumar’s “Noor”, Bornila Chatterjee’s “Nuclear Hearts”, Gaurav Madan’s “Shaktipur Crude”, Deepanjali B Sarkar’s “Svadharma”, Dylan Mohan Gray’s “The Last Day of Winter”, Sanjay Talreja “The River Murder” and Neeraj Ghaywan and Varun Grover’s “Fly Away”.

The projects are being mentored by writers Naomi Foner (“Very Good Girls”), Michael Handelman (“Dinner for Schmucks”), James V Hart (“Epic”), Malia Scotch Marmo (“Good Morning Karachi”), Anjum Rajabali (“Satyagraha”), Elena Soarez (“Xingu”), Rose Troche (“The Safety of Objects”), Sooni Taraporevala (“The Namesake”) and multi-hyphenate Dante Harper (“The Delicate Art of the Rifle »

- Naman Ramachandran

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Sundance names Mumbai Mantra writers

17 March 2014 4:29 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

The Sundance Institute and Mahindra Group division Mumbai Mantra have announced the eight Indian Screenwriters selected for the third annual Mumbai Mantra | Sundance Institute Screenwriters Lab.

The Lab is set to run at the Club Mahindra Resort in Tungi from March 16-21.

The Screenwriting Fellows, selected from submissions from India and the Indian diaspora around the world, are:

Navneet Behal (Experiments With Truth)Ashvin Kumar (Noor)Bornila Chatterjee (Nuclear Hearts)Gaurav Madan (Shaktipur Crude)Deepanjali B Sarkar (Svadharma)Dylan Mohan Gray (The Last Day Of Winter) Sanjay Talreja (The River Murder)Neeraj Ghaywan and Varun Grover (Ud Jayega / Fly Away Solo). »

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Sundance unveils eight Mumbai Mantra writing fellows

17 March 2014 4:29 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

The Sundance Institute and Mahindra Group division Mumbai Mantra have announced the eight Indian Screenwriters selected for the third annual Mumbai Mantra | Sundance Institute Screenwriters Lab.

The Lab is set to run at the Club Mahindra Resort in Tungi from March 16-21.

The Screenwriting Fellows, selected from submissions from India and the Indian diaspora around the world, are:

Navneet Behal (Experiments With Truth);

Ashvin Kumar (Noor);

Bornila Chatterjee (Nuclear Hearts);

Gaurav Madan (Shaktipur Crude);

Deepanjali B Sarkar (Svadharma);

Dylan Mohan Gray (The Last Day Of Winter); Sanjay Talreja (The River Murder); and

Neeraj Ghaywan and Varun Grover (Ud Jayega / Fly Away Solo). »

- jeremykay67@gmail.com (Jeremy Kay)

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The Following season 2 episode 7 review: Sacrifice

4 March 2014 11:23 PM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Review Ron Hogan 5 Mar 2014 - 07:15

The Following's staggeringly weird universe welcomes more craziness and cults this week. Here's Ron's review...

This review contains spoilers.

2.7 Sacrifice

When you watch a lot of television like I've done, you get to know a lot of “that guy” actors and actresses who keep popping up on stuff to your surprise. They're people you kind of recognise from other stuff, but not enough to know who they are at first glance. This week's episode of The Following ends up being a who's who of the who's that set, with guest turns from a surprising amount of identifiable character actors playing a variety of horrible people who are popping up to make Ryan Hardy's life miserable.

Did you think that two separate cults were hard to follow? Lily on one hand, Joe on the other, Ryan Hardy on some mythical third hand, and lots »

- louisamellor

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The Following, Ep. 2.07, “Sacrifice”: All for Him

4 March 2014 12:34 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

The Following, Season 2, Episode 7, “Sacrifice”

Written by Scott Reynolds

Directed by Adam Davidson

Airs Mondays at 9pm (Et) on Fox

Last week’s episode of The Following, “Fly Away”, was mixed, although it did end strong with Joe (James Purefoy) and Ryan (Kevin Bacon) catching a glimpse of each other for the first time this season, Luke’s (Sam Underwood) brutal beating at the hands of Mike (Shawn Ashmore), and Lily’s (Connie Nielsen) collapse.

While there are lots of great moments in “Sacrifice”, The Following still hasn’t quite recovered from its previous episode. For one thing, Joe seems off his game, an observation this reviewer made last week as well. First there was his drugging at the hands of Lily and now he walks himself, Emma (Valorie Curry), and Mandy (Tiffany Boone) into the intense, terrifying cult that presumably gets Emma killed at the end of this week’s episode. »

- Tressa

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TV Recap: ‘The Following’ Episode 206: ‘Fly Away’

28 February 2014 10:00 AM, PST | The Flickcast | See recent The Flickcast news »

This week on The Following Mark hears noises coming from Luke’s room, and finds Giselle dead in Luke’s bed. Luke is pretending that she’s alive, but it’s very obvious that Giselle is dead. Luke tells him that Hardy killed her. Max is stitching up Hardy’s gunshot wound while Hardy calls Mike. He tells Mike that Lily has a […]

The post TV Recap: ‘The Following’ Episode 206: ‘Fly Away’ appeared first on The Flickcast. »

- Eric Miller

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Get an Insider Look at The Following Episode 2.06 - Fly Away

26 February 2014 12:45 PM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

This week's Episode 2.06 of "The Following," entitled "Fly Away," contains a scene in which planes, cars, and helicopters help Joe escape; and here's an "Insider" look at the sequence with the cast and crew. If you missed it, the ep repeats Saturday night.

"The Following" Episode 2.06 - "Fly Away" (aired 2/24/14, 9-10Pm; repeats 3/1/14, 9-10Pm)

Looking for back-up and hoping to execute their plan, Ryan and Max contact the FBI. But Weston has other ideas, leading to a standoff between good and evil.

Meanwhile, Joe’s new relationship escalates into uncharted territory, and Luke (Sam Underwood) finds himself in a troubling situation.

Related Story: New Photos from "The Following" Ep. 2.07 - "Sacrifice" Tease the Episode's Guest Stars

Cast: Kevin Bacon as Ryan Hardy; James Purefoy as Joe Carroll; Shawn Ashmore as Agent Mike Weston; Valorie Curry as Emma Hill; Connie Nielsen as Lily Gray; Sam Underwood as Luke; Jessica Stroup »

- Debi Moore

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The Following season 2 episode 6 review: Fly Away

25 February 2014 11:24 PM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Review Ron Hogan 26 Feb 2014 - 07:18

Is The Following currently the most violent, bloody show on television? This week's episode suggests so...

This review contains spoilers.

2.6 Fly Away

If I had to make a bet, I would say that on The Following there will not be an unperforated torso by the end of the season. Ryan is nursing a gunshot wound, and yet despite that, he still manages to gut someone with a fold-out tactical knife. Several of Lily's “International House of Psychos” family members get their torsos mangled this week, some courtesy of Joe, some courtesy of Ryan, and some courtesy of Mike (who was stabbed in the first season, checking him off the gut wound list). You've got so many knives and guns and surprisingly sharp fireplace pokers getting rammed into people or waved at people in a threatening manner that it's kind of difficult to keep track, »

- louisamellor

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The Following, Ep. 2.06, “Fly Away”: Messy episode disrupts show’s pacing

25 February 2014 6:53 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

The Following, Season 2, Episode 5, “Fly Away

Written by Dewayne Jones

Directed by Rob Seidenglanz

Airs Mondays at 9pm (Et) on Fox

For the most part, the second season of The Following has been miles ahead of its first. Between Lily Grey’s (Connie Nielsen) psychotic family, Ryan’s (Kevin Bacon) dark but understandable obsession with killing Joe (James Purefoy), and Purefoy’s continuously enjoyable performance, The Following has been a lot of fun. However, “Fly Away”, the season’s sixth episode, is uneven.

What’s become obvious in these last six episodes is that Mark and Luke (Sam Underwood) have turned into The Following’s most compelling characters, outside of Joe. There are some great scenes in “Fly Away” and the majority of them belong to Luke and Mark. Luke’s disbelief that Gisele (Camille De Pazzis) is gone, his taunting of Ryan, Mike (Shaun Ashmore), and Max (Jessica Stoup »

- Tressa

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TV Recap: 'The Following' Episode 206 - 'Fly Away'

25 February 2014 8:00 AM, PST | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

The Following Episode 206

Fly Away

Written By: Dewayne Jones

Directed By: Rob Seidenglanz

Original Airdate: 24 February 2014

In This Episode…

Picking up where we left off last week, Mark heads into the main house and he hears noises coming from Luke’s room. Naughty noises. Luke admits Giselle is back and alludes to them fooling around. Mark is a little naive and pushes his way into the room. Giselle is dead, laying in bed. Mark freaks, Luke insists she is just sleeping, then breaks down, crying, saying that Ryan killed her.

Down the hall, Joe and Lily are luxuriating in post-coital bliss. But Lily has lots to do - she has planned out everything. She, Joe, and the kids will take a small plane to Boston, where they will hop into a private jet and fly down to Venezuela. She has an enormous beach-front property there, they don’t extradite, and »

- Alyse Wax

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The Following 2.06 Review: “Fly Away”

25 February 2014 5:07 AM, PST | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Intent on reminding you that shocking violence is both shocking and violent, The Following brings to you “Fly Away,” its most recent and violently shocking episode. The frequent and leisurely way people get stabbed in The Following has finally convinced me that this is, in fact, not a Fox drama but another one of the network’s wonderful sitcoms. [&hellip

The Following 2.06 Review: “Fly Away” »

- Sean Colletti

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'The Following' Recap: Mike Joins Max And Ryan On The Hunt For Joe, Luke Is Fatally Wounded And Joe Leaves Lily

24 February 2014 9:00 PM, PST | Uinterview | See recent Uinterview news »

Mike Weston joined Ryan Hardy and Max in their rogue mission to find Joe Carroll while Lily’s plans with Joe fell apart in The Following’s “Fly Away.”

Ryan (Kevin Bacon) is still reeling from his run-in with Luke (Sam Underwood) and Gisele and the moments he thought Max (Jessica Stroup) was dead. While Max stitches up his gun wound, Ryan decides it’s finally time to call Mike Weston (Shawn Ashmore) and the FBI.

Mike, however, shows up alone. After seeing photographic proof that Joe (James Purefoy) is alive, he becomes convinced that there is a mole in the FBI. Someone must have gotten into the FBI records to fudge the DNA tests that proved that Joe was dead after last season. He takes his theory to Mendez (Valerie Cruz), but she doesn’t buy it and subtly urges him to take a few days off as his »

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'The Following': Watch Ryan finally ask Mike for help with Joe in 'Fly Away'

24 February 2014 12:30 PM, PST | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

So far this season on "The Following," Ryan Hardy (Kevin Bacon) has pushed his former protege Mike Weston (Shawn Ashmore) away, keeping him at arm's length in his quest to carry out his not-quite-legal revenge on Joe Carroll (James Purefoy). Since Mike is still working for the FBI and is forced to do everything by the book, that has definitely put a strain on their friendship.

But on Monday (Feb. 24) night's new episode, "Fly Away," it seems as if Ryan will finally realize that he can't take down Joe and his followers on his own -- especially since he's injured now, thanks to Luke (Sam Underwood). 

Zap2it has an exclusive clip from the episode of an intense conversation between Ryan and Mike, when he finally reaches out and asks for help. But Ryan's not the only one with a surprising question ...

Does Mike know that Joe is still alive? »

- editorial@zap2it.com

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