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Samuel Goldwyn takes Toronto sci-fi ‘No Men Beyond This Point’

Samuel Goldwyn Films has acquired worldwide rights (excluding Canada) to Mark SawersNo Men Beyond This Point and is planning a 2016 release for the sci-fi comedy.

Recently screened in the Vanguard section of the Toronto festival, the film is set in a world where women no longer need men in order to reproduce and are no longer giving birth to male babies, leaving the male population on the verge of extinction.

Sawers wrote and directed, with Patrick Gilmore, Kristine Cofsky, Tara Pratt, Cameron McDonald, Rekha Sharma, Ken Kramer, Morgan Taylor Campbell and Mary Black starring. Kaleena Kiff and Galen Fletcher produced.

Peter Goldwyn of Samuel Goldwyn Films said: “Mark has a truly original voice and made a film that is both smart and funny – and is also an incredibly interesting take on gender politics. I’m excited to have the opportunity to release it and imagine we will have a lot of fun on this campaign.”

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‘Leprechaun: Origins’ Review

Stars: Dylan ‘Hornswoggle’ Postl, Stephanie Bennett, Andrew Dunbar, Melissa Roxburgh, Brendan Fletcher, Garry Chalk, Teach Grant, Bruce Blain, Adam Boys, Mary Black, Emilie Ullerup, Gary Peterman | Written by Harris Wilkinson | Directed by Zach Lipovsky

The WWE has had some success with their chosen films, especially horror. See No Evil was entertaining enough No One Lives, The Call and Oculus also showed that they had an eye for quality and weren’t afraid to take a few risks. Leprechaun: Origins seemed to have been picked up as a vehicle to bring their own Leprechaun inspired wrestler Dylan ‘Hornswoggle’ Postl to the big screen in an acting role, but to try to remake Leprechaun without the much-loved Warwick Davis? The warning signs were already there for how horror fans would feel about this one.

With a name like Leprechaun: Origins and a campaign that connected it to the original, using the term
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Austin Film Festival Review: Simmons On Vinyl

Rating: 6.5/10

Writer: Cole Selix and Mark Potts

Director: Mark Potts

Cast: Cole Selix, Mark Potts, Mary Black, Brand Rackley, Lindsey Newell

It’s an indie film tale as old as time, song as old as rhyme. Boy pines for girl who’s way out of his league and thus unleashes a series of events in which boy pursues girl, making a complete jackass of himself before realizing he’s done this a million times before. While I’m tempted to say this story template started back with Clerks, I know there must be many more examples of this type of plot, dating back to the silent film era. The thing is, with the right characters and some good gags, it’s a solid go-to plot to have. While Mark PottsSimmons On Vinyl feels like a movie I’ve seen a hundred times before at dozens of film festivals, it
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Irish Artists Launch 'National Campaign for the Arts'

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Following Colm Toibin's introduction on Morning Ireland, a number of celebrated Irish artists came together to launch The National Campaign For the Arts. Singer, Mary Black, actress and star of 'In America' and 'The Tudors', Sarah Bolger, comedian Risteard Cooper, singer/songwriter Damian Dempsey, Mercury Prize nominee Lisa Hannigan, actress and novelist Amy Huberman, Oscar and Ifta winning director Neil Jordan, internationally acclaimed composer Bill Whelan, television star Don Wycherly and other representatives of Ireland's music, film, theatre, literary and visual arts industries were there to give their support to a campaign highlighting the value of the arts to Ireland's economic and social recovery.
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Steve Martin on Banjo at the Rubin: "My Hit Single 'King Tut' Was Not a Fluke"

He may have lost to Kris Allen on American Idol, but Steve Martin and his banjo album "The Crow" landed on the pop charts this week, his first time back there since 1981's Ep "The Steve Martin Brothers." Yet if we were guessing that his new Billboard status might have had something to do with his brand name or the bluegrass firepower he brings with him on his new record - Mary Black, Vince Gill, Tim O'Brien, Dolly Parton along with banjo masters Earl Scruggs, Pete Wernick and Tony Trischka - the joke is, well, on us. That was the verdict last night at the Rubin Museum of Art, after the award winning comedian-actor-playwright-novelist-memoirist rounded out an intimate two-night residency with a mesmerizing display of banjo pickin', songwritin', a bit of singing (his voice doesn't quite warrant the apostrophe) and,...
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'Galway Girl' remains on top in Ireland

Mundy and Sharon Shannon are at the top of the Irish singles chart for a third week with 'Galway Girl'.

Madonna and Justin Timberlake's '4 Minutes' climbs up to second place in the chart, knocking Flo Rida's 'Low' and Estelle's 'American Boy' down to third and fourth positions respectively.

New entries include Ireland's Eurovision representative Dustin the Turkey with 'Ireland Douze Points' at number five and Amy's 'Got Ur Number' at number nine.

Meanwhile, Mary Black's 25 Years 25 Songs remains at the top of the album chart, followed by the Last Shadow Puppets' The . . .
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'Galway Girl' stays on top in Ireland

Mundy and Sharon Shannon are at the top of the Irish singles chart with 'Galway Girl' for a second week.

Flo Rida's 'Low' and Estelle's 'American Boy' also retain last week's positions in the chart, sticking at second and third place respectively.

Madonna and Justin Timberlake climb up two places to number four with their track '4 Minutes', while Britney Spears' 'Break The Ice' shoots up from eleventh place to seventh.

Meanwhile, September's 'Cry For You' moves up twenty-seven places in the chart to number eight.

Mary Black sticks at the top of the album chart with 25 Years . . .
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'Galway Girl' climbs to top in Ireland

Mundy and Sharon Shannon are at the top of the Irish singles chart this week after climbing up four places with 'Galway Girl'.

Flo Rida's 'Low', Estelle's 'American Boy' and Chris Brown's 'With You' retain last week's positions of second, third and fourth respectively.

Last week's number one, Glen Keating and Greg Ryan's charity single 'The Munster Song', drops four places to number five.

Meanwhile, Sam Sparro moves up fourteen places to number seven with 'Black and Gold'.

Mary Black is at the top of the album chart this week with 25 Years 25 Songs, followed by . . .
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