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‘How to Get Away With Murder’ Actress Karla Souza on Success in Mexico, Character’s Changes

16 February 2017 10:00 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Over the past five years, Karla Souza has appeared in some of Mexico’s top-grossing films, including “We Are the Nobles” and “Instructions Not Included.” Since 2014, she’s been a regular on the ABC TV drama “How to Get Away With Murder.” She has dabbled in producing as well, with the 2016 comedy “¿Qué Culpa Tiene el Niño?” and “Everybody Loves Somebody,”  a film that opens Feb. 17. Souza spoke with Variety about wearing multiple creative hats, avoiding stereotyping, and how she’s coping with the loss of her baby daddy on “Murder.”

You’ve had successes in both your native Mexico and the U.S. How do you pick your projects? 

My entire career I’ve depended so much on my team and a group of people that have led me to great scripts, knowing [what will help] me grow as an actor. I’m very grateful for having had success in both countries, because »

- Sarah Ahern

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Dave Bautista to Co-Star with Jodie Foster in New Thriller Hotel Artemis

13 February 2017 9:33 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Daily Dead recently caught up with Dave Bautista at the Sundance Film Festival for the world premiere of his new film Bushwick, and it's been announced at the European Film Market in Berlin that the actor has now joined Jodie Foster in the thriller Hotel Artemis, which will take place in a hospital for criminals.

Press Release: Berlin – The Ink Factory, a multi-platform production company dedicated to high-end story telling through film, television and on digital, today announced that Dave Bautista (Spectre, Guardians of the Galaxy) will join Academy Award winner Jodie Foster (Silence of the Lambs, The Accused) in Drew Pearce’s (Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation, Iron Man 3) much-anticipated directorial debut Hotel Artemis. Lionsgate launched international sales on the Ink Factory financed and produced action thriller at this week’s Berlin Efm (European Film Market), with Wme Global handling U.S. rights.

Best Picture Academy Award nominee Marc Platt (La La Land, »

- Derek Anderson

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10 Reasons Why Mexico Deserves the Spotlight at Berlin

11 February 2017 10:00 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

For its first Country in Focus program, the 2017 Berlin Festival could have chosen many countries in the world. Why Mexico? Variety drills down on 10 reasons:

1. World-class talent

Mexico is the third-biggest Oscar-winning nation in the world this decade. Only the U.S. and the U.K. have won more Academy Award trophies. France, with eight Oscars, trails Mexico’s 10. Beyond three director Oscars (“Gravity,” “Birdman,” “The Revenant”), Mexico has won two helming trophies at Cannes (2012’s “Post Tenebras Lux,” 2013’s “Heli”), a Venice Golden Lion and director prize (“Far Away,” “The Untamed”), and a Cannes screenplay award (“Chronic”).

2. Incentive program

Mexico’s fiscal incentive, now dubbed Eficine 189, turned 10 in 2016, and has “facilitated a whole new generation of filmmakers with very different propositions,” says Gaz Alazraki, director of 2014 smash hit “We Are the Nobles.” Mexico’s newest wave ranges wildly: From mainstream filmmakers (Eugenio Derbez, Marco Polo Constandse, Leonardo Zimbron, Manolo Caro »

- John Hopewell

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U.S. Neighbor Mexico Will Bridge Festival Walls at Berlin

11 February 2017 10:00 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Berlinale Special

Devil’s Freedom

(Films Boutique)

It says much about the strength of Mexico’s documentary production that the first pick-up announced from last year’s Morelia Festival was a docu-feature, Everard Gonzalez’s “Devil’s Freedom,” a harrowing account of the devastating psychological and emotional damage of Mexico’s drug wars.

Generation

Tesoros

(FiGa Films)

Children’s adventure from María Novaro (“Danzon”) revolves around the joys of growing up on Mexico’s idyllic Barra de Potosi coast, as 6-year-old Dylan and friends search for Captain Drake’s treasure.

Forum

Casa Roshell

(Tonalá Lab)

Mexico’s Interior Xiii (“I Promise to You Anarchy”) co-produces Chilean Camila Donoso’s story of a couple of transvestites that run a Mexico City hideout for men seeking to freely express their desires.

Berlin Classics

Canoa

(Conacine/Stpc)

Felipe Cazals’ Berlin 1976 Silver Bear winner inspired a young Alfonso Cuaron, and it’s not difficult »

- John Hopewell and Emiliano De Pablos

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Globalgate adds partners from Brazil, Colombia

2 February 2017 11:37 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Lionsgate’s local-language venture that launched in May last year has added Paris Filmes and Cine Colombia to 11-strong consortium of production and distribution partners.

The network already includes Televisa, Gaumont, Nordisk, Kadokawa, Lotte, Tobis, Tme and Belga. Globalgate launched on the eve of the Cannes Film Festival 2016 and is led by co-founders Paul Presburger, the Pantelion Films CEO, Lionsgate senior advisor William Pfeiffer and former president of Worldview Entertainment motion pictures group Clifford Werber.

Paris Filmes is the number-one Brazilian distributor of local-language films with an 81% market share and is a leading Brazilian distributor of English-language films including those of Lionsgate. 

Recent releases include Os Dez Mandamentos, Loucas Pra Casar, Minha Mae E Uma Peca and Meu Passado Me Condena 1 & 2.  

Cine Colombia is the top distributor in Colombia on 46% market share and distributes studio, independent and local-language films.

It is joined in the Globalgate venture by Dynamo Productions, the country’s leading producer behind Netflix show Narcos »

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Globalgate network adds partners from Brazil, Colombia

2 February 2017 11:37 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Lionsgate’s local-language venture that launched in May last year has added Paris Filmes and Cine Colombia to 11-strong consortium of production and distribution partners.

The network already includes Televisa, Gaumont, Nordisk, Kadokawa, Lotte, Tobis, Tme and Belga. Globalgate launched on the eve of the Cannes Film Festival 2016 and is led by co-founders Paul Presburger, the Pantelion Films CEO, Lionsgate senior advisor William Pfeiffer and former president of Worldview Entertainment motion pictures group Clifford Werber.

Paris Filmes is the number-one Brazilian distributor of local-language films with an 81% market share and is a leading Brazilian distributor of English-language films including those of Lionsgate. 

Recent releases include Os Dez Mandamentos, Loucas Pra Casar, Minha Mae E Uma Peca and Meu Passado Me Condena 1 & 2.  

Cine Colombia is the top distributor in Colombia on 46% market share and distributes studio, independent and local-language films.

It is joined in the Globalgate venture by Dynamo Productions, the country’s leading producer behind Netflix show Narcos »

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Lionsgate’s Globalgate Entertainment Adds Brazilian, Colombian Partners

2 February 2017 9:00 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Globalgate Entertainment, the local-language production-financing venture aligned with Lionsgate, has added Brazil’s Paris Filmes and Colombia’s Cine Colombia to its worldwide consortium of partners.

The consortium already includes Belga (Benelux), Gaumont (France), Kadokawa (Japan), Lotte (Korea), Nordisk Film (Scandinavia), Televisa/Videocine (Mexico), Tme (Turkey), and Tobis (Germany). The nine-month-old venture announced the new partners on Thursday.

Paris Filmes, founded 57 years ago, is the top Brazilian distributor of local-language films with an 81 percent market share. It’s also a leading Brazilian distributor of English-language films including those of Lionsgate. Its recent strong performers include “Os Dez Mandamentos,” “Loucas pra Casar,” and “Minha Mae e uma Peca.”

Cine Colombia, the top distributor in Colombia with a 46 percent market share, also announced that its Globalgate partnership would include Colombia’s top production company, Dynamo Productions, producers of Netflix’s “Narcos,” “The Hidden Face,” and “Undertow.” Cine Colombia has 290 screens at 43 locations in 12 Colombian cities. »

- Dave McNary

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Ghost In The Shell (1995) Returning to Theaters This February from Lionsgate & Funimation Films

9 January 2017 9:17 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

It's been over 20 years since the initial release of the groundbreaking anime movie Ghost in the Shell (based on Masamune Shirow's popular manga), and ahead of the live-action film adaptation's release this March, Lionsgate and Funimation Films are teaming up to bring the anime back to the big screen in February:

Press Release: Santa Monica, Calif., – January 9, 2017 —The “Ghost in the Shell” franchise has been entertaining audiences for more than 25 years and this February, Lionsgate and Funimation Films are partnering together to bring the 1995, groundbreaking anime film back to theaters for a two-day limited theatrical engagement. The original “Ghost in the Shell” movie from acclaimed director Mamoru Oshii, will return to the big screen on February 7 – 8, 2017 in 110 theaters across the United States. Moviegoers will be able to enjoy both the original Japanese version with subtitles as well as the English dub of the film. Each will be available on separate days of the engagement, »

- Derek Anderson

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Isabelle Huppert, Dany Boon, Romain Duris, Omar Sy Take Center Stage at 19th UniFrance Paris Rendez-Vous

3 January 2017 9:10 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Paris — Dany Boon’s “R.A.I.D. Special Unit,” Romain Duris-starrer “The Confession,” and Omar Sy’s “Two Is a Family” will screen at the 19th UniFrance Rendez-Vous With French Cinema, the biggest national film market in the world.

The 2017 edition, which runs Jan. 12-16 at Paris’ Intercontinental Hotel, acts as a sales platform for France’s more commercial movies, many of which will hit theaters in the first part of 2017. The Paris Rendez-Vous also features some notable debuts and arthouse standouts, and highlights trends, talents and challenges in Europe’s biggest movie industry-cum-arthouse-crossover export hub.

Here are 10 things you should know about this year’s edition:

1. Boon, Sy, Reno, And Duris

Boon directs the Pathe-sold “R.A.I.D,” where he plays a misogynistic elite police operative paired with a klutzy female recruit (Alice Pol). 2014’s “Superchondriac,” Boon’s latest movie as a director, earned about $36 million in France, »

- John Hopewell

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