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First Look + Updates On Forest Whitaker/Rachid Bouchareb Feature Collaboration 'Enemy Way'

11 December 2013 10:26 AM, PST | ShadowAndAct | See recent ShadowAndAct news »

An update to a project we first profiled in August 2011 and have been following since. Forest Whitaker has teamed up with Oscar-nominated Algerian filmmaker Rachid Bouchareb to star in the first film in a trilogy of English-language films that will explore the complex relationship between the west and the Arab world. "The questions I'm asking in my movies here in America are 'Where are we?' and 'Where are we going?' and 'Why do we need to have hope in this relationship?'" the director of Hors la Loi (Outside the Law), his most recent work, and London River before that (both films we've covered on S&A) said. Titled Enemy Way, in the film, Whitaker plays a Muslim »

- Natasha Greeves

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Bouchareb readies Enemy Way

11 December 2013 5:31 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

French-Algerian filmmaker Rachid Bouchareb is close to completing post-production on his upcoming drama Enemy Way, starring Forest Whitaker and Harvey Keitel.

Whitaker plays a former prisoner and Islamic convert who is pursued by a vengeful police officer played by Keitel in the film which is a strong contender for Cannes selection in 2014. The picture was filmed in the Us state of New Mexico for nine weeks this spring.

Algeria’s Agence Algerienne pour le Rayonnement Culturel (Aarc) is also hoping the film will be a contender for the 2015 Academy Awards. Bouchareb’s Outside The Law was among the final five films nominated in the foreign-language category of the 2011 Oscars.

Paris-based Pathe International is handling sales on the film, co-produced by Aarc, Algerian Tassili Films, French Pathe Cinema, France 2 Cinema, Solenzara, Belgian Scope Invest and Taghit LLC and the Cohen Media Group in the Us.

Aarc has become a key player in the Algerian film industry following a 2012 law »

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Aarc teases Lakhdar-Hamina’s Crepuscule

8 December 2013 10:25 PM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Algerian cultural agency Aarc is showing first images of Mohamed Lakhdar-Hamina’s Crépuscule des Ombres at the Dubai Film Market.

It is the first work in 30 years from Lakhdar-Hamina, best known for Chronicle Of The Years Of Ember, which won the Palme d’Or in 1975 and remains the only Arab or African film to have clinched Cannes’ top prize.

Set in the Algerian desert and epic in scale, Crépuscule des Ombres revolves around a local freedom fighter and two French soldiers, one in favour of Algerian independence, the other against.

French actor Samir Boitard, who starred in hit French TV series Spiral, plays the Algerian revolutionary opposite Nicolas Bridet and Laurent Hennequin as the soldiers.

Aarc started investing in cinema in 2012 as part of a state-backed initiative to build up Algeria’s film industry. To date it has supported roughly 100 works. As a key backer, it handles rights for all the titles, either partially »

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Aarc sheds light on Lakhdar-Hamina’s Crepuscule

8 December 2013 10:25 PM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Algerian cultural agency Aarc is showing first images of Mohamed Lakhdar-Hamina’s Crépuscule des Ombres at the Dubai Film Market.

It is the first work in 30 years from Lakhdar-Hamina, best known for Chronicle Of The Years Of Ember, which won the Palme d’Or in 1975 and remains the only Arab or African film to have clinched Cannes’ top prize.

Set in the Algerian desert and epic in scale, Crépuscule des Ombres revolves around a local freedom fighter and two French soldiers, one in favour of Algerian independence, the other against.

French actor Samir Boitard, who starred in hit French TV series Spiral, plays the Algerian revolutionary opposite Nicolas Bridet and Laurent Hennequin as the soldiers.

Aarc started investing in cinema in 2012 as part of a state-backed initiative to build up Algeria’s film industry. To date it has supported roughly 100 works. As a key backer, it handles rights for all the titles, either partially »

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Gotham Awards Shines Light on Thesps

27 November 2013 9:00 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Since their inception 23 years ago, Ifp’s Gotham Independent Film Awards have experienced their share of growing pains and gains. For years, the low-key kudofest, which takes place at the outset of awards season, was truly independent and unconcerned about their impact on the Academy Awards.

In 2005, categories for Best Film Not Playing at a Theater Near You and ensemble were added to the Gothams’ parade of accolades, designed to celebrate films and performances overlooked by Oscar. But this year, those categories have been scrapped and replaced with more traditional actor and actress kudos.

According to Ifp exec director Joana Vicente and senior director of programming Milton Tabbot, the redesign wasn’t meant to align with the Oscars. Instead a “changing distribution landscape” and difficulty meeting the ensemble category criteria led to a shift toward standard awards honoring five thesps per gender.

“Independent film is where a lot of amazing actors get great, »

- Addie Morfoot

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Casting Net: 'Evil Dead' actress joins 'Pompeii'; Plus Robert De Niro, Harvey Keitel, Luke Evans, more

8 April 2013 5:20 PM, PDT | EW - Inside Movies | See recent EW.com - Inside Movies news »

• What’s worse? Being in Pompeii when Mt. Vesuvius erupts, or getting possessed by demon spirits in the middle of the woods? Evil Dead’s Jessica Lucas will be able to tell us soon enough. She’s just been cast in Paul W.S. Anderson’s Pompeii with Emily Browning, Kit Harington, and Kiefer Sutherland, which began filming in Italy last month. Best known for her role in the TV series Cult, Lucas can be seen next in Are We Officially Dating? alongside Zac Efron and Miles Teller (Project X). [Deadline]

Robert De Niro will take the ring once more, this time »

- Lindsey Bahr

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Keitel, Blethyn, Burstyn and Guzman all join ‘Enemy Way”

8 April 2013 4:52 PM, PDT | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

Harvey Keitel, Brenda Blethyn, Ellen Burstyn and Luis Guzman have all joined the cast of Enemy Way. They will join Forest Whitaker in the drama.

In the film Whitaker will play “a man struggling to rebuild his life in a small New Mexico town after 18 years in prison. Keitel will play the Sheriff who launches a campaign to return Whitaker’s character to prison for life.”

Rachid Bouchareb is directing from a script he co-wrote with Olivier Lorelle and Yasmina Khadra.

Its nice to see Keitel in something that has the potential to be good. The last thing I saw him in was Little Fockers, or as I like to call it Wasting Good Actors to Beat the Focking Shit Out if a Tired Premise.

Source: Variety »

- Philip Sticco

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Harvey Keitel, Brenda Blethyn, Ellen Burstyn, Luis Guzman in ‘Enemy Way’

8 April 2013 11:00 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Harvey Keitel, Brenda Blethyn, Ellen Burstyn and Luis Guzman will star opposite Forest Whitaker in indie drama “Enemy Way.”

Tessalit Productions is producing. Rachid Bouchareb is directing from a script he co-wrote with Olivier Lorelle and Yasmina Khadra.

Whitaker portrays a man struggling to rebuild his life in a small New Mexico town after 18 years in prison. Keitel will play the Sheriff who launches a campaign to return Whitaker’s character to prison for life.

Bouchareb’s directing credits include “Dust of Life,” “Days of Glory” and “Outside the Law.” »

- Dave McNary

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