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M-Appeal swoops on ‘King Of Ravens’ for virtual Cannes (exclusive)

M-Appeal swoops on ‘King Of Ravens’ for virtual Cannes (exclusive)
The erotic drama is the second feature of Piotr J Lewandowski (‘Jonathan’).

Berlin-based sales outfit M-Appeal has picked up Piotr J Lewandowski’s King Of Ravens and will unveil the erotic drama at the Marché du Film Online.

The film centres on the relationship between a young and handsome undocumented immigrant named Darko and a mysterious woman who leads a steady life in Germany. Despite social and cultural differences, they share an immediate connection. The cast includes Malik Blumenthal, Antje Traue and Danuta Stenka.

It marks the second feature from Polish-German writer-director Lewandowski following Jonathan, which received its world premiere
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Antje Traue

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Antje Traue
Unlike many other actors in the Netflix series, Dark, Antje Traue, isn’t new to American viewers. She made her first appearance in an American production in the 2009 film, Pandorum, in which she had a lead role. However, she is probably best-known for her role as Faora in the 2013 film, Man of Steel. Over the years, Antje has consistently proven that she has what it takes to entertain millions of people all over the world. Working on productions for different countries isn’t always easy, but Antje has managed to do it with ease. Now viewers can’t wait to see

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Berlin: ‘Dark’ Creators Attend Studio Babelsberg Night

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Berlin: ‘Dark’ Creators Attend Studio Babelsberg Night
“Dark” creators Baran bo Odar (left) and Jantje Friese (right), “Berlin Station” actress Emilia Schuele and actor Nikolai Kinski, and Michael Mueller, Mayor of Berlin, were among the guests at the Studio Babelsberg Night Friday at Berlin’s Soho House. Hosting the event were Studio Babelsberg’s president and CEO, Charlie Woebcken, and its COO, Christoph Fisser. Canada Goose was event partner.

Speaking about Babelsberg’s year ahead, Fisser said: “We are in talks for several international and German productions, including feature films and high-end drama series, like the third season of Netflix’s ‘Dark.'”

He added: “We hope that Germany’s film production support system will continue to improve in order to meet the demands of a variety of productions.”

Other guests included actresses Franka Potente, Lea van Acken, Antje Traue, Claudia Michelsen, Iris Berben, Heike Makatsch, Nora von Waldstaetten, Christiane Paul and Jessica Schwarz.

The actors present included Mark Waschke,
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'Cut Off', 'Blame Game' sell to multiple territories for Global Screen (exclusive)

‘Cut Off’ is based on Sebastian Fitzek and Michael Tsokos’ book.

Global Screen has announced a raft of sales on its new thriller Cut Off, directed by genre specialist Christian Alvart (Antibodies) and produced by Ziegler Film, Syrreal Entertainment and Warner Bros Film Productions Germany.

The film has gone to China (Shanghai Jushi Films), Japan (Culture Entertainment Co), South Korea (Jaye Entertainment), Taiwan (Swallow Wings Films), Ukraine (Ufd) and Russia (Cinema Prestige) with France and the Us in negotiation.

Screening this week at Efm, Cut Off is based on the bestselling book by Sebastian Fitzek and Michael Tsokos about a
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German Hitmakers Are Back in Saddle for the Cannes Market

German Hitmakers Are Back in Saddle for the Cannes Market
Historical romance, literary adaptations, arthouse drama, star-studded comedies, children’s pics, animated fare and a high-profile documentary are among the many German films and co-productions on offer at this year’s Cannes Film Market.

Unspooling as part of the festival are Wim Wenders’ “Pope Francis: A Man of His Word,” repped by Focus Features and bowing in Special Screenings; “In My Room,” Ulrich Koehler’s story of a man who suddenly realizes everyone around him has disappeared, which world premieres in Un Certain Regard; and, in Intl. Critics’ Week sidebar, Anja Kofmel’s Swiss co-production “Chris the Swiss,” a partially animated documentary from Urban Distribution that investigates the mysterious death of a young Swiss journalist during the Yugoslav wars.

On the market side, one historical niche that is proving particularly successful is that of the turn-of-the-century artist.

Picture Tree Intl. is following its 2016 hit “Egon Schiele — Death and the Maiden,
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‘Bye Bye Germany’ by Director Sam Garbarski

Review by Peter BelsitoThe film is a deeply felt yet unsentimental, often wry look at a group of Jewish friends — all Nazi-era survivors — who, in 1946 Frankfurt, unite to sell high-end linens to raise the funds to emigrate to America. Not your typical Holocaust-inspired drama.

These clever door-to-door peddlers, led by David Bermann (a superb Moritz Bleibtreu), whose family’s once-thriving linen store was seized by the Nazis and now stands in ruins provide an interesting context in which the filmmakers build an interesting deeply felt story.

David is suspected of collaboration with the Nazis and is questioned by tough, cold and very attractive American Army investigator, Sara (Antje Traue), who suggeststhat David, whose parents and brothers perished at Auschwitz, may have been working with the Nazis.

These interrogation sessions give way to flashbacks of how the jokey David, while imprisoned in a concentration camp, was plucked by its loathsome
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Bye Bye Germany Movie Review

Bye Bye Germany (Es war einmal in Deutschland) Film Movement Reviewed by: Harvey Karten Director: Sam Garbarski Screenwriter: Michel Bergmann, Sam Garbarski, based on Michel Bergmann’s “Die Teilacher” and “Machloikes Cast: Moritz Bleibtreu, Antje Traue, Tim Seyfi, Mark Ivanir, Anatole Taubman, Hans Low, Pal Macsai, Vaclav Jakoubek Screened at: Critics’ link, NYC, 4/7/18 Opens: April […]

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‘Justice League’ Actress Defends Skimpy Amazon Costumes: ‘I Have Never Felt More Empowered’

‘Justice League’ Actress Defends Skimpy Amazon Costumes: ‘I Have Never Felt More Empowered’
Actress and stunt person Samantha Jo has taken to Twitter to sound off on a simmering controversy involving the apparently skimpy and sexualized costumes worn by the Amazon warriors in Zack Snyder’s upcoming “Justice League.” Earlier this week, fans of “Wonder Woman” were dismayed to discover that behind the scenes pictures of the Amazons and early looks at them in action in Synder’s film showed off some seemingly questionable costume changes, ones that appear to value sexuality over practicality and didn’t reflect the vision first laid out in Patty Jenkins’ film from earlier this year.

But while Jo welcomes the discussion, she’s also eager to set the record straight. In a long and thoughtful response on her social media, Jo writes: “I think that the sexualization happens largely in the intent of the creators. In this case, I’ve heard Zack Snyder and [costume designer] Michael Wilkinson’s name being thrown about.
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Sliff 2017 Review – Bye Bye Germany

Bye Bye Germany screens Wednesday, November 8th at 9:15pm and Friday November 10th as part of this year’s St. Louis International Film Festival. Both screenings are at The Plaza Frontenac.

In 1946 Frankfurt, David Bermann (Moritz Bleibtreu of “Run Lola Run” and “Munich”) and his Jewish friends have escaped the Nazi regime and are now dreaming of leaving for America. But how will they get the money in these tough postwar times? The smooth-talking businessman focuses on what the Germans now need most: fine bed linens nicely wrapped in amusing stories! The six talented entertainers go from home to home, praising housewives until the flattered ladies have no choice but to buy their irresistible items. Business flourishes and a bright new future can be seen on the horizon. But questions about Bermann’s past catch up with him: Could he have collaborated with the Nazis? The smart, uncompromising U.
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Wonderful Role: Interview with Wonder Woman's Samantha Jo

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Wonderful Role: Interview with Wonder Woman's Samantha JoWonderful Role: Interview with Wonder Woman's Samantha JoIngrid Randoja - Cineplex Magazine5/29/2017 9:36:00 Am

Samantha Jo spent nearly a decade working as a stuntwoman and taking risks. However, the biggest risk the Barrie, Ontario, native has taken is giving up stunt work to become an actor.

“It was incredibly scary but I am so happy I did it,” says Jo on the line from her home in Los Angeles. “I’ve had the pleasure of working with these amazing people, like Henry Cavill and Amy Adams, and it really inspired me, and I knew that I would kick myself if I didn’t do what my heart was telling me.”

The 26-year-old worked with Cavill and Adams on Man of Steel when she had both a small acting role as one of General Zod’s soldiers, Car-Vex, and was the stunt double for Antje Traue,
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Springtime in L.A.: The Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival

Springtime in L.A.: The Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival
Opening in Beverly Hills on April 26 and continuing to May 3, the Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival will showcase contemporary and classic films highlighting the best in Jewish Cinema.Of the 27 films showing, 14 are Los Angeles premieres. One World Premiere, one North American Premiere and one U.S. Premiere make for some great discoveries.

An opportunity for film lovers to celebrate the rich tapestry of Jewish history, Jewish heritage and Jewish characters, the Opening Night Red Carpet Reception at Laemmle’s Ahrya Fine Arts Theater in Beverly Hills evening will honor one of the entertainment industry’s most beloved figures, Ed Asner, with the Los Angeles premiere of the documentary “My Friend Ed”, directed by Sharon Baker and executive produced by Liza Asner.

For his distinguished body of work as an actor, and for his relentless commitment to activism and to preserving Jewish life.

Ed Asner

You know him best as Lou Grant,
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Amazon spring 2017 pilots include Richard Madden drama

Amazon spring 2017 pilots include Richard Madden drama
Streaming giant’s slate also includes comedy from creator of Gilmore Girls.

Amazon has announced its 2017 pilot slate, which includes space drama Oasis, with Game Of Thrones star Richard Madden, and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, a comedy from Gilmore Girls creator Amy Sherman-Palladino.

Five pilots will debut on 17th March in the UK, Us, Germany, Austria and Japan.

Customer reviews will help determine if the pilots are turned into a series.

The pilots are:

The Legend of Master Legend (half-hour)

A dark comedy about the life of a homemade superhero whose mission is to protect the people of Las Vegas from evil doers. Executive produced by Youree Henley (20th Century Women), Joshuah Bearman (Argo) and David Klawans (Argo), along with executive producers and writers Micah Fitzerman-Blue (Transparent) and Noah Harpster (Transparent). The pilot is directed by James Ponsoldt (The Spectacular Now) and stars John Hawkes (Winter’s Bone), Dawnn Lewis (Major Crimes), Shea Whigham (Boardwalk Empire) and newcomer
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'T2 Trainspotting', 'Logan' join Berlin lineup

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'T2 Trainspotting', 'Logan' join Berlin lineup
X-Men spinoff and Trainspotting sequel to play Out of Competition.

A further 13 films have been invited to screen in the Competition and Berlinale Special section at the 67th edition of the Berlin International Film Festival.

The festival has added commercial clout to its Out Of Competition lineup in the shape of Danny Boyle’s T2 Trainspotting and X-Men spinoff Logan.

There are also competition berths for new films by Hong Sangsoo, Thomas Arslan, Volker Schlöndorff, Sabu, Álex de la Iglesia and Josef Hader.

Bend It Like Beckham director Gurinder Chadha’s latest, Viceroy’s House, will have its world premiere out of competition at the festival. Starring Hugh Bonneville alongside Gillian Anderson, the period drama set in 1947 India depicts Lord Mountbatten, the man charged with handing India back to its people.

Also having its world premiered out of competition will be Álex de la Iglesia’s The Bar, a comedy-thriller about a group of strangers who get
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Films From Hong Sang-soo, Volker Schlöndorff, James Mangold & More to Premiere at Berlinale 2017

After an initial line-up that included Aki Kaurismäki‘s The Other Side of Hope, Oren Moverman‘s Richard Gere-led The Dinner, Sally Potter‘s The Party, and Agnieszka Holland‘s Spoor, the Berlin International Film Festival have added more anticipated premieres. Highlights include one of two (maybe three) new Hong Sang-soo films this year, On the Beach at Night Alone, along with Volker Schlöndorff‘s Return to Montauk with Stellan Skarsgård and Nina Hoss, as well as the high-profile world premiere of James Mangold‘s Logan and the international premiere of Danny Boyle‘s T2: Trainspotting.

With Paul Verhoeven serving as jury president for the 67th edition of the festival, check out the new additions below.


Bamui haebyun-eoseo honja (On the Beach at Night Alone)

South Korea

By Hong Sangsoo (Nobody’s Daughter Haewon, Right Now, Wrong Then)

With Kim Minhee, Seo Younghwa, Jung Jaeyoung, Moon Sungkeun,
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“I Have Never, Ever Been Asked About It”: Dario Argento Weighs In On The ‘Suspiria’ Remake

The proposed remake of Dario Argento‘s giallo classic “Suspiria” has been knocking around Hollywood for years, yet it hasn’t had problems attracting talent. David Gordon Green was attached for a good while, had financing put together and had assembled a promising cast including Isabelle Huppert, Isabelle Fuhrman, Janet McTeer, Michael Nyqvist and Antje Traue before legal woes tripped […]

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The "Man Of Steel" Sequel

On the news Warners is gearing up for an official "Man Of Steel" sequel, take a look @ the limited-edition Play Arts Kai action figure of  'Superman' in a grayscale variant:

Limited to 100 units, the statue stands 10 inches tall, featuring a flexible cape, interchangeable hands and two face pieces.

"Man of Steel" is a reboot of the 'Superman' film series that retells the character's origin story. 

In the film, 'Clark Kent' learns he is an alien from the planet 'Krypton'. He then assumes the role of mankind's protector as Superman, but finds himself having to prevent 'General Zod' from destroying humanity.

Directed by Zack Snyder and written by David S. Goyer, the film stars Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Michael Shannon, Kevin Costner, Diane Lane, Laurence Fishburne, Antje Traue, Ayelet Zurer, Christopher Meloni, and Russell Crowe.

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Man Of Steel"...
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Criminal review




Kevin Costner leads the impressive cast of the unimpressive Criminal...

When you think of how best to describe Criminal, the new body swap action thriller starring Kevin Costner, it wouldn't be by that name. As a title, Criminal is so hopelessly vague that it could apply to anything from Goodfellas to Les Misérables. The premise of this one isn't anywhere near that bland, but the film is not a whole lot better than it sounds either.

Seemingly flowing from the same vein of Euro-trash action films that Liam Neeson opened up with Taken, the film is driven by what CIA agent Bill Pope (Ryan Reynolds) knows, or rather what he knew, before a deal in London with a hacker known as the Dutchman (Michael Pitt) went awry and he was tortured to death by Spanish anarchist Xavier Heimdahl, (Jordi Mollà.)

His handler, Quaker Wells (Gary Oldman), needs
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Despite The Falling Snow review




Rebecca Ferguson stars in Despite The Falling Snow, and she's the best thing about the movie...

The main draw of Despite The Falling Snow is a dual performance by Rebecca Ferguson, who shot this in between her Emmy-nominated work on The White Queen and her memorable breakthrough role in last year's Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation. Adapted by writer-director Sharim Sharif from her own novel, this romantic thriller casts Ferguson as two women separated by time but connected by blood and a sequence of events that occurred in Moscow at the height of the Cold War.

In 1992, an American artist called Lauren (Ferguson) is curious as to why her weary uncle Sacha (Charles Dance) is so cagey about their family's history and the circumstances of his defection from Russia thirty years prior. In particular, she's beguiled by her aunt Katya (also Ferguson), of whom she is the spitting image.
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Movie Review – Criminal (2016)

Criminal, 2016.

Directed by Ariel Vromen.

Starring Kevin Costner, Gary Oldman, Gal Gadot, Tommy Lee Jones, Michael Pitt, Amaury Nolasco, Antje Traue, Alice Eve, Jordi Molla, Scott Adkins, Natalie Burn, Robert Davi, and Ryan Reynolds.


In a last-ditch effort to stop a diabolical plot, a dead CIA operative’s memories, secrets, and skills are implanted into a death-row inmate in hopes the he will complete the operative’s mission.

At least Criminal makes it clear what kind of illogical, loopy brain-dead experience will unfold, as it begins with protagonist (more like sociopath recruited for a government experiment to do some good) Jericho (Kevin Costner in what is easily the most ugly, gruff, and violent role of his long-running acting career) narrating to the audience his creed, which is literally “You hurt me, I hurt you worse”. That’s the kind of screenwriting (one of its writers actually penned Michael Bay
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Criminal – Review

The incoherent mess known as Criminal is rescued from disaster by a game cast. Seasoned pros join hot younger stars to elevate a ridiculous script, keeping what could have (and should have) been a train wreck mostly on track and lending Criminal far more credibility than it deserves.

Criminal opens with a gritty chase through the streets of London that ends with CIA agent Bill Pope (Ryan Reynolds) murdered by having a cattle prod shoved down his throat by the sinister “Spanish Anarchist” Heimdahl (Jordi Molla) and his vicious moll Elsa (Antje Traue). But Pope’s now-dead mind is full of critical, earth-saving info involving his interactions with “The Dutchman” (Michael Pitt), a nut who has hacked his way into the controls of U.S. nuclear missile silos and will start Wwiii unless his demands, mostly involving a passport and a big bag of cash, are met. Pope’s CIA
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