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Brit films should be cheaper at cinemas, says Lionsgate UK CEO

18 November 2014 3:03 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Lionsgate UK CEO calls for cheaper ticket prices for British films.

Lionsgate UK CEO Zygi Kamasa has called for greater flexibility of cinema ticket-pricing, as a way to stimulate admissions and increase demand for British films.

“Exhibitors have to do something drastic in 2015 and beyond to counter the decline in admissions,” he told ScreenDaily.

“One way to do this could be to implement more price flexibility. Why is Marvel’s Avengers, for example, the same price as a film such as What We Did On Our Holiday?”

Cost of production

“In most other industries, retail price is related to the cost of production, but not in the film business,” he continued.

“A blockbuster can cost $250m and a UK independent film can cost $4m but it’s £10 or more to see both. I think we should see UK films priced at £4 and Us films at £10. A trip to the cinema isn’t cheap anymore.

“I have spoken »

- andreas.wiseman@screendaily.com (Andreas Wiseman)

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Amazon Announces 7 Pilots For 2015

12 November 2014 7:57 AM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

As Netflix continues to assert itself as a major television company with such acclaimed series as House of Cards and Orange is the New Black, Amazon Studios is racing to catch up by ordering series it hopes will be equally well-received. So far, Amazon has scored one big hit in the form of Jeffrey Tambor-led dramedy Transparent, and it hopes to find some more in the new lineup of pilots, which will be made available for viewing as part of the company’s first pilot season of 2015.

Enclosed are descriptions of all seven pilots, courtesy of Deadline. The talented involved on all of them is impressive, to say the least. Mad Dogs comes from Cris Cole (The Bill) and Shawn Ryan (The Shield), while The Man In The High Castle hails from Frank Spotnitz (The X-Files). Carlton Cuse (LostThe Strain) and Randall Wallace (Braveheart) are behind Point Of Honor, »

- Isaac Feldberg

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Amazon Studios announces it pilot season line-up for 2015

11 November 2014 8:42 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Amazon has announced its pilot season line-up of original programming for 2015, with seven shows featuring in total, including pilots from the likes of Frank Spotnitz (The X-Files), Carlton Cuse (Lost), Ridley Scott (Prometheus) and Shawn Ryan (The Shield).

The seven new pilots premiering early next year will include hour-long shows Cocked from Sam Baum (Lie to Me) and Sam Shaw (Manhattan ), Mad Dogs from Cris Cole (The Bill) and Shawn Ryan (The Shield), The Man in the High Castle from Frank Spotnitz (The X-Files), and Point of Honor from Carlton Cuse (Lost) and Randall Wallace (Braveheart). The three half-hour pilots are Down Dog from Robin Schiff (Are You There, Chelsea?) and Salem Rogers from newcomer Lindsey Stoddart, as well as The New Yorker Presents, a docu-series pilot produced in cooperation with America.s most award-winning magazine. Here’s the full details

Cocked

Cocked stars Sam Trammell (True Blood) as Richard Paxson, »

- Gary Collinson

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'Theory of Everything' Star Felicity Jones Says Jane Hawking Has the 'Determination of a Battle General'

5 November 2014 7:00 AM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

In the moving new biopic, "The Theory of Everything," Felicity Jones plays Jane Hawking, who made the extraordinary decision to stand by Stephen Hawking, even when he was diagnosed with a devastating motor neuron disease and given only two years to live. It's debatable whether Hawking (played in the film by Eddie Redmayne) would have survived without Jane by his side.

While Jones has played real-life characters before (in "The Invisible Woman" and an "Anne Frank" miniseries), this is the first time she's played a character who's still very much alive. Jones talked to Moviefone about drawing her inspiration from the woman she refers to as a having "the determination of a battle general" and how nerve-wracking it was to film scenes with their real-life counterparts looking on.

Moviefone: How much time did you spend with Jane?

Felicity Jones: Well, it was really amazing to meet Jane because I'd »

- Sharon Knolle

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Delegation unveiled for Two Cities

3 November 2014 8:15 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Event aimed at increasing co-production between London and Paris was masterminded by Film London and Ile de France Film Commission.

Television drama producers from London and Paris will take part in A Tale Of Two Cities.

Masterminded by Film London and Ile de France Film Commission, the event is aimed at making new creative and financing connections to increase co-production and collaboration between the two cities.

The producers taking part are:

London

Kate Sinclair, Feet Films / Company Pictures (Shameless, The White Queen)

Lachlan MacKinnon, Intrepido (Burton And Taylor, Spooks)

Stewart Mackinnon, Headline Pictures (Quartet, The Invisible Woman)

Ben Grass, Pure Grass Films (Twist, The Drake Equation)

David Tanner, Rainmark Films (The Other Man, The Special Relationship)

Dominic Barlow, Barlow Pallis Films (Garrow’s Law, The Revolution Will Be Televised)

Paris

Christine de Bourbon Busset of Lincoln TV (Pigalle la Nuit, Tony’s Revenge)

Marie Dours of Marilou Films (Guts and Glory)

Aurélie Meimon of Mademoiselle Films (The Odissey »

- ian.sandwell@screendaily.com (Ian Sandwell)

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The Theory of Everything | Review

30 October 2014 10:00 AM, PDT | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

Scenes From a Marriage: Marsh’s Distilled Look at Physicist Stephen Hawking

Spanning twenty five years in their lives together and based on the memoir Travelling to Infinity: My Life with Stephen by Jane Hawking, The Theory of Everything is the first major motion theatrical release to explore the life of one of the world’s most celebrated physicists, Stephen Hawking, a man with a compelling foothold in the cultural lexicon. As an arena for poignant and impeccably calibrated performances, the film is bound to be highly notable, not unlike a pair of names that overshadowed the significant shortcomings of last year’s The Dallas Buyers Club. As directed by James Marsh, the film is something of a crowd pleaser from a filmmaker that vacillates between arresting documentaries (Man on Wire; Project Nim) and brooding cinema (Shadow Dancer and a portion of the BBC Red Riding trilogy). Standardly told, »

- Nicholas Bell

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A New Season Begins

13 October 2014 5:54 AM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

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Whenever I announce a new season, I like to illustrate with ruthless programmer Diana Christensen even though she'd immediately cancel us for our ratings share and low episode counts 

The Semi-Regulars

Mondays Monologues | Stage Door | Beauty vs. Beast

Tuesdays Top Ten | Curio | New Or Returning Series 

Wednesdays New Or Returning |  A Year With Kate - only 11 episodes left! 

Thursdays Ahs: Freakshow | New Or Returning |  Tim's Toons 

Fridays Posterized | Michael's Weekly Review 

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On my radar: Joanna Scanlans cultural highlights

11 October 2014 11:00 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

The Thick of It and Getting On star reveals a love of Welsh art, stolen sculpture, rumbustious literary romps and alternative energy

Actor and TV writer Joanna Scanlan was brought up in Ruthin in north Wales. She studied history at Cambridge University, where she joined the Footlights comedy club. After university she lectured on drama for eight years before taking up a career in acting. In 2006 she took on the role of Terri Coverley in The Thick of It, and in 2009 she co-wrote and starred in Getting On. Her big-screen roles include Girl with a Pearl Earring and The Invisible Woman. Scanlan stars in the second series of David Walliamss Big School, released on DVD on 13 October.

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- Kathryn Bromwich

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'Martha Marcy' director hitches a ride to a 'Little House on the Prairie'

10 October 2014 6:30 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Sean Durkin knows farms. In his spine-tingling, 2011 directorial debut "Martha Marcy May Marlene," Durkin explored the inner-workings of modern cult life, an organic brainwashing operation set against a lush plantation. John Hawkes' Old McManson was creepy as hell, but the backdrop — just lovely! Durkin has taken time and deviations in putting a follow-up feature together (he recently directed the British mini-series "Southcliffe," which earned him a BAFTA), but his next project is coming to light — and takes him back to the homestead. The Hollywood Reporter reports that Durkin is set to direct a film version of Laura Ingalls Wilder's "Little House in the Prairie," previously adapted into the popular Michael Landon-led TV that aired on NBC from 1974 to 1983. The books follow a fictionalized version of Laura as she grows up the in the 19th century American Midwest. Scott Rudin is producing the feature project, from a script by Abi Morgan ("Shame, »

- Matt Patches

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Headline Pictures reveals TV slate

7 October 2014 3:49 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

London-based Headline Pictures, the outfit behind Quartet and The Invisible Woman, has revealed further details of its slate of high end TV dramas. 

One of the company’s long gestating projects, Philip K Dick adaptation The Man In The High Castle, is now shooting in Seattle.

Headline has partnered with Amazon Studios, which is wholly funding the project, and is being filmed in the first instance as a pilot.

This will be broadcast in December and a decision will be taken as to whether a 10-part series will follow.

The drama, set in an alternate future in which Germany and Japan won the Second World War, is scripted by Frank Spotnitz and is being directed by David Semel.

The Man In The High Castle has been put together as a production between Scott Free, Headline Pictures and Electric Shepherd, the production arm of the Philip K. Dick estate.

“Headline created this show, secured the rights »

- geoffrey@macnab.demon.co.uk (Geoffrey Macnab)

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Past Oscar Nominees Could Dominate Costume Design Category

2 October 2014 9:26 AM, PDT | Scott Feinberg | See recent Scott Feinberg news »

By Anjelica Oswald

Managing Editor

The 87th Academy Awards could see a collection of familiar names in the costume design category, from Oscar winner and 10-time nominee Colleen Atwood to one-time nominee Michael Wilkinson. When It comes down to securing nominations for costumes, it doesn’t matter how well the film has fared in other Oscar categories. Films such as Jane Eyre (2011), Mirror Mirror (2012) and The Invisible Woman (2013) were only nominated for costume design.

Atwood could receive nominations for Disney’s Into the Woods and Tim Burton’s Big Eyes during the upcoming awards cycle. Of her 10 nominations to date, she’s won three: best picture winner Chicago (2002), Memoirs of a Geisha (2005) and Burton’s Alice in Wonderland (2010). Atwood has designed the costumes for nine of Burton’s films: Edward Scissorhands (1990), Ed Wood (1994), Sleepy Hollow (1999), Planet of the Apes (2001), Big Fish (2003), Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007), Alice in Wonderland »

- Anjelica Oswald

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More Stars are Making the Transition from Actor to Director

18 September 2014 9:53 AM, PDT | Scott Feinberg | See recent Scott Feinberg news »

By Anjelica Oswald

Managing Editor

For some actors, it is a natural progression to move from using their talents in front of the camera to testing their skills behind it. Though actors have been making the transition for years, 2013 was a particular popular year for actors-turned-directors. Among some of the releases throughout the year were Ben Stiller‘s The Secret Life of Walter Mitty and Lake Bell’s In A World…, her directorial debut. The 2013 Toronto International Film Festival was the directorial launching pad of Jason Bateman’s Bad Words and Mike MyersSupermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon, and the festival also screened Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s directorial debut Don Jon and Ralph FiennesThe Invisible Woman.

Though many of these actors’ projects may not garner any awards, there are some that make their way to the Oscars, such as Ben Affleck’s Argo (2012), which won the best picture Oscar »

- Anjelica Oswald

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Kate Mara Offered Role In Ridley Scott’s ‘The Martian’

17 September 2014 4:11 PM, PDT | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

Exclusive: Following an Emmy-nominated run on Netflix’s House Of Cards, Kate Mara has been offered a role in Ridley Scott’s The Martian. The 20th Century Fox sci-fier is picking up steam: Deadline reported this month that Jessica Chastain and Kristin Wiig are circling lead roles opposite Matt Damon in the saga of an astronaut marooned on Mars. The script is adapted by Cabin In The Woods‘ Drew Goddard from the book by Andy Weir, which sold to publisher Crown in 2013 after enjoying meteoric sales as an e-book. Fox has set The Martian for release November 25, 2015. Mara already is set to play Sue Storm/The Invisible Woman in the studio’s superhero reboot Fantastic Four, which Chronicle‘s Josh Trank is helming. She’s repped by UTA.

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- Jen Yamato

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New York Film Festival to honor Ethan Hawke and Richard Gere by Anne-Katrin Titze - 2014-09-10 12:25:04

10 September 2014 4:25 AM, PDT | eyeforfilm.co.uk | See recent eyeforfilm.co.uk news »

52nd New York Film Festival honoree Ethan Hawke at Boyhood premiere Photo: Anne-Katrin Titze

The Film Society of Lincoln Center will honor Ethan Hawke on September 30 and Richard Gere on October 8 during the 52nd New York Film Festival with a dinner and conversation with Director of Programming and Selection Committee Chair Kent Jones. Gere is starring in Oren Moverman's Time Out Of Mind and Hawke's documentary Seymour: An Introduction will be screened during the festival.

51st New York Film Festival honoree The Invisible Woman director Ralph Fiennes Photo: Anne-Katrin Titze

Ethan Hawke is currently starring in Richard Linklater's Boyhood with Patricia Arquette, Ellar Coltrane and Lorelei Linklater. At the New York premiere Hawke told me "I think the movie feels nostalgic for people like us because we remember being a kid. If you're a kid in the first person, I don't think it's about memory."

The Film Society »

- Anne-Katrin Titze

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Review: Eddie Redmayne is remarkable as Stephen Hawking in ‘Theory of Everything’

7 September 2014 3:30 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Toronto — Actors who undergo extreme physical transformations for dramatic roles often are overpraised for their performances. That will never be the case for Eddie Redmayne’s remarkable depiction of Stephen Hawking in the new Focus Features drama "The Theory of Everything." Debuting at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival, "Theory" begins with the great physicist and cosmologist enjoying life as a young doctoral student at Cambridge University. He's a goof with his mates and has his eye on the charming Medieval Studies major Jane Wilde (Felicity Jones). All happy times before he's diagnosed with motor neuron disease and his body’s physical functions slowly slip away. While clearly a biopic about Hawking’s life, the movie focuses centrally on his illness and his relationship with Jane, who would eventually become his wife. Showing great promise at Cambridge, Hawking’s world turns upside down when he suddenly collapses in a courtyard, falling face first to the ground. »

- Gregory Ellwood

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Shia Labeouf, Kate Mara, Gary Oldman Set To Star In Psychological Thriller, Man Down

4 September 2014 11:32 AM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Shia Labeouf (Transformers, upcoming Fury), Emmy nominee Kate Mara (Netflix’s “House of Cards,” upcoming The Fantastic Four) and Oscar nominee Gary Oldman (Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes, The Dark Knight Rises) are set to star in the psychological thriller, Man Down, it was announced today by producers Dawn Krantz (Doonby), Stephen McEveety (The Passion Of The Christ) and Jon Burton (The Lego Movie).

Dito Montiel (A Guide To Recognizing Your Saints, Fighting) will direct from a screenplay by Adam Simon (Synapse).

Currently in pre-production, principal photography is scheduled to start on October 30th in Louisiana.

The Solution Entertainment Group (“The Solution”) is handling international rights and will present the project to buyers at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Lisa Wilson and Myles Nestel from The Solution are also executive producing the projectalongside Roger Goff. Also slated to executive produce are Russell Geyser and Clay Pecorin. Patrick Hibler will co-produce the feature film. »

- Michelle McCue

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Shia Labeouf Will Reunite with Dito Montiel in Thriller 'Man Down'

4 September 2014 9:01 AM, PDT | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

Shia Labeouf (Transformers, upcoming Fury), Emmy® nominee Kate Mara (Netflix’s “House of Cards,” upcoming The Fantastic Four) and Oscar® nominee Gary Oldman (Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes, The Dark Knight Rises) are set to star in the psychological thriller, Man Down, it was announced today by producers Dawn Krantz (Doonby), Stephen McEveety (The Passion Of The Christ) and Jon Burton (The Lego Movie).

Dito Montiel (A Guide To Recognizing Your Saints, Fighting) will direct from a screenplay by Adam Simon (Synapse).

Currently in pre-production, principal photography is scheduled to start on October 30th in Louisiana.

The Solution Entertainment Group (“The Solution”) is handling international rights and will present the project to buyers at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Lisa Wilson and Myles Nestel from The Solution are also executive producing the projectalongside Roger Goff.  Also slated to executive produce are Russell Geyser and Clay Pecorin.  Patrick Hibler will co-produce the feature film. »

- Kellvin Chavez

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‘Fury’, ‘Foxcatcher’, ‘Mr. Turner’ headline BFI 58th London Film Festival 2014

3 September 2014 9:47 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Fury (David Ayer)

[via the BFI]

The programme for the 58th BFI London Film Festival launched today, with Festival Director Clare Stewart presenting this year’s rich and diverse selection of films and events. The lineup includes highly anticipated fall titles including David Ayer’s Fury, Bennett Miller’s Foxcatcher, the Sundance smash Whiplash, Jean-Luc Godard’s Goodbye to Language 3D, The Imitation Game starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Mike Leigh’s Mr. Turner, Jason Reitman’s Men, Women and Children and Jean-Marc Vallee’s Wild.

As Britain’s leading film event and one of the world’s oldest film festivals, it introduces the finest new British and international films to an expanding London and UK-wide audience, offering a compelling combination of red carpet glamour, engaged audiences and vibrant exchange. The Festival provides an essential profiling opportunity for films seeking global success at the start of the Awards season, promotes the careers of British and »

- John

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Universal's Classic Monsters, 'Draft Day' and 'Night Moves' This Week On DVD & Blu-ray

2 September 2014 8:00 AM, PDT | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

Draft Day I guess the discussion before releasing Draft Day was whether or not to take advantage of the start of the NFL season with the theatrical release or the DVD and Blu-ray release and the home video marketing team won because clearly that's the reason for bringing it out today, but does anyone care at this pointc The movie is no good, especially for anyone with a passing understanding of, or interest in, the NFL.

Universal Classic Monsters: Complete 30-Film Collection I'm not sure what I think about this one. While it would be awesome to own all of these titles, why Universal decided to go DVD-only is beyond me. If someone is a big enough fan of Universal's Classic Monsters franchise aren't they going to want them all and be willing to pay for them all on Blu-rayc Is it the cost involved in restoring them all and »

- Brad Brevet

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September 2nd Blu-ray & DVD Releases Dracula (1979), Cabin Fever: Patient Zero, Universal Classic Monsters Collection

1 September 2014 4:58 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

September gets off to a fantastic start if you’re a genre fan, as Universal Home Entertainment is unloading a Ton of Universal Monsters-related titles on Blu-ray and DVD, including Universal Classic Monsters: The Complete 30-Film Collection and Dracula (1979) starring Frank Langella as the titular bloodsucker.

Also being released by Universal this week are a handful of horror and sci-fi themed 4-Movie Packs, an 8 Film Collection of Hammer horror titles and several other modern horror classics in high definition, including The People Under the Stairs and Firestarter. The third Cabin Fever film, Patient Zero, is also finally arriving on DVD & Blu-ray as well.

Spotlight Titles:

Cabin Fever: Patient Zero (Rlj Entertainment, Blu-ray & DVD)

A group of friends planned the perfect vacation in the Caribbean, but when they head ashore to explore a remote island, their ultimate bachelor weekend devolves into their worst nightmare. After an ill-fated swim in contaminated water, »

- Heather Wixson

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