At a press conference today in Istanbul, Netflix announced Original drama series Midnight At the Pera Palace, produced by Karga Seven Pictures Turkey, the Turkish production arm of LA-based production company Karga Seven Pictures, part of the Red Arrow Studios group. The eight-episode Turkish-language time-travel series has started production in multiple locations in Turkey. The show is focused on a young journalist called Esra and her encounter with the legendary Pera Palace Hotel in Istanbul from where she travels back in time to 1919. The story is inspired by the non-fiction book of the same name written by Charles King, and was created for TV by Emre Sahin, Kelly McPherson and Sam Anzel, written by Elif Usman, and directed by Emre Sahin. The series is executive produced by Sarah Wetherbee, Kelly McPherson and Emre Sahin for Karga Seven Pictures.
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The story follows Jesse, a charismatic but down on his luck troubadour who finds himself at an existential crossroads as bad choices catch up with him during an unexpected reunion with Carla (Sophia Bush), an old flame. Also starring RZA, Dermot Mulroney, Brian Sacca, Melora Walters, and Eric Roberts, we’re pleased to exclusively premiere the first images from the film, courtesy of Synthetic Pictures.
“I spent my childhood in Austin, TX singer/songwriter bars owned by family friends watching performers like Townes Van Zandt, Guy Clark, Steve Earle, Billy Joe Shaver,
The movie is clearly not trying to portray Sanders in a positive light. For example, at one point, a young Sanders can be seen in front of a propaganda poster of Stalin, saying, “I totally pledge with this blood oath to dedicate my life to never picking up a dinner check, never donating to charity, and like in the glorious Soviet Union, making sure the government pays for everything.”
Malcolm McDowell serves as the film’s narrator. “Aw, Bernie, bless his cotton socks,” McDowell caps off the trailer by saying.
There’s really no way to properly describe “Free Lunch Express,” so here is how the producers sum up the film:
Once upon a
In addition to panels, the writers-driven fest will feature the world premiere of Anne Rapp’s Horton Foote: The Road to Home, which puts the spotlight on the work of the titular Oscar-winning screenwriter of the 1962 adaptation of Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird. Aff will also feature world premieres from second-round writers through the Festival’s Screenplay competitions, including The Catch from first-time director Matthew Ya-Hsiung Balzer as well as Paper Tiger, which also marks the directorial debut of Paul Kowalski. Khaled Ridgeway will also debut the Texas Premiere of his film Death of a Telemarketer starring Larmorne Morris, Haley Joel Osment, and Jackie Earle Haley.
Aff will spotlight Texas filmmakers with the North-American premiere of Blinders, directed by former Terrence Malick
As it moves back in time, one of the documentary’s fascinations is the way it’s constantly juxtaposing big Hollywood movies and European art movies and softcore exploitation films and everything in between. That, of course, is just as it should be. Aesthetically, there’s a world of difference between “Vixen” and “The Virgin Spring,
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Roberts has been acting since she was a kid but has truly blossomed over the past few years. The 2010s saw her branch out, doing a great job in various genres including horror, comedy, and drama. Based on the ratings at IMDb, these are the highlights of her career.
“Testing is the hardest thing right now for production,” said Ganiere, who wrapped production July 17. “They’re having problems where productions just can’t get access to tests.”
As infection numbers rise across the country, public testing sites struggle to provide results even within 10 days — a far cry from the 48-hour-max turnaround that SAG-AFTRA demands before giving productions the Ok. “What happens in 10 days? You could have a pandemic happen on set,” Ganiere said.
Nearly two months after a SAG- and DGA-led coalition of unions and guilds released Covid-19 guidelines, Ganiere’s drama is among a small group of productions that offer test cases for the real-world realities
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Eric Roberts has supported the following charities:
600million.orgBest Friends Animal SocietyChildren Mending HeartsChildren's Hospital Los AngelesFarm SanctuaryFeed the ChildrenHear The WorldHelen Woodward Animal CenterPrecious PawsProject Save Our SurfSafety Harbor KidsThe Humane SocietyThe Natural Child ProjectThe Rescue TrainTrue Colors Fund Read more about Eric Roberts's charity work and events. Related articles A Little "Moore" For CharityJulia Roberts - More Than Just A Pretty WomanDrew Barrymore Leaves Her Mark For Charity AuctionHeather Mills Hosts 2008 Farm Sanctuary GalaDave Dobbyn Promotes Hearing Awareness In Fiji
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1981 / Color / 1:85 widescreen / 94 min. / Street Date July 28, 2020 / available through Kino Lorber / 29.95
Starring: Sissy Spacek, Eric Roberts, Sam Shepard, William Sanderson, Tracey Walter, R.G. Armstrong, Henry Thomas,
Orange Is the New Black
Unfortunately, in these times it's a person's best bet at meeting the love of their life, but the odds of meeting someone like Vincent are way too high for comfort.
If Her Deadly Groom wasn't anything else, it's a cautionary tale about online dating, or better yet, dating in general.
Allison should've celebrated her divorce by focusing on her peanut butter business and taking a girls' trip to an island somewhere with Brenna and Nicky. It would've saved her a lot of heartbreak, losses, and near-death experiences with handsome new hubbies.
Lifetime is known for its romantic thrillers, and to some degree, frustratingly naive protagonists. Is it even a classic Lifetime flick if you aren't on the edge of your seat yelling at the screen for some character or another to open their eyes and see what's right in front of them as plain as day?
“Inmate #1: The Rise of Danny Trejo” is a compelling and heartfelt documentary that fills all of that in.
The Skin: A History of Nudity in the Movies documentary features revealing interviews with actors including Pam Grier, Eric Roberts, Shannon Elizabeth, Sean Young, and Malcolm McDowell, along with directors Peter Bogdanovich (The Last Picture Show), Kevin Smith (Clerks), and Amy Heckerling (Fast Times at Ridgemont High). In the trailer, we see American Pie's Shannon Elizabeth talking about the benefits of
"...'Skin' is the definitive documentary on the history of nudity in the movies, beginning with the silent movie era through present day, examining the changes in morality that led to the use of nudity in films while emphasizing the political, sociological and artistic changes that shaped this rich history.
"The film features revealing interviews with actors Pam Grier and Malcolm McDowell...
"...as well as directors Peter Bogdanovich, Kevin Smith and Amy Heckerling.
"Shannon Elizabeth, Diane Franklin, Eric Roberts and Sean Young are also featured..."
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A definitive documentary on the history of nudity in the movies, beginning with the silent movie era through present day, examining the changes in morality that led to the use of nudity in films while emphasizing the political, sociological and artistic changes that shaped this rich history.
Skin: A History Of Nudity In The Movies delves into the gender bias concerning nudity in motion pictures and will follow the revolution that has pushed for gender equality in feature films today. A deep discussion of pre-code Hollywood and its amoral roots, the censorship that
The pic follows sixteen-year-old Mark (Jackson) who, after his foster mother dies, goes on the run with his foster brother Tristan (played by Christian Ganiere), a young boy with Autism and Ptsd in order for them to stay together and not become separated by the system. However, Mark finds out that keeping him and his brother together is going to be harder than it looks. They must rely on each other and a gruff stranger, a retired military veteran named Stan, seeking his own redemption, in an effort to keep their family from being torn apart and the truth from being discovered.
Tom Nowicki, Miriam A. Hyman, Sal Velez Jr, Michael Patrick Lane (Tully) Petri Byrd (Judge Judy), Stacy Haiduk Ethan McDowell, Zuri Starks (Valley of the Zombies), Sunday Curry (The Price of Fame) and Starletta DuPois round out the cast.
The film aims to explore foster care in the United States, where a child is entered into the system every two minutes. Of the children that reach the age of eighteen and age out of the system without being adopted, half of them will end up in prison within two years, one in five will become homeless, and only 3 percent of those children will go on to earn a college degree.
The Ganieres are producing the pic via their Rio Vista Universal label with a plan to put it through the festival circuit.
Roberts is repped by Peter Young Sovereign Talent Group; Jackson by Stw Talent; Christian Ganiere by Mavrick Artists Agency and Transcend Talent Management; Nowicki by Alliance Talent Group; Hyman by A3 Artists and Luber Rocklin.
Directed and produced by Moroccan-born filmmaker Aziz Tazi, Night Walk follows Frank, a Western traveler visiting the Middle East, where his girlfriend Sarah lives. After a tragic incident leading to Sarah’s death, Frank is wrongfully imprisoned by corrupt police, and under the guidance of the prison’s top shot-caller (Mickey Rourke) and the protection of his Muslim cellmate (French multi-platinum rap artist La Fouine), he unravels political corruption at the top seats of government in his quest for justice. Louis Mandylor and Patrick Kilpatrick also star.
Grindstone has a multi-year agreement with Lionsgate and plans a release for the pic next year.
Night Walk was shot in Los Angeles and Morocco.
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