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Mubi, Studiocanal Strike Streaming Deal for Hundreds of Movies (Exclusive)

Mubi, Studiocanal Strike Streaming Deal for Hundreds of Movies (Exclusive)
Wim Wenders’ “Wings of Desire,” Alejandro G. Inarritu’s “Amores Perros” and the Coen brothers’ “Blood Simple” will play on boutique streaming service Mubi after it struck a major content deal with Studiocanal.

The multiyear deal will give Mubi ongoing access to a raft of Studiocanal-distributed titles. The exclusive Svod agreement covers territories including the U.K., France, Germany, Italy and Latin America.

Despite its growing library, Mubi offers subscribers only 30 films at a time, dropping one title and adding another every day to keep the lineup fresh. The Studiocanal deal expands the library with films from Inarritu, Wenders, Pedro Almodovar, Werner Herzog, Jean-Luc Godard, and Jean Cocteau. The first of the new crop of movies will appear on the service in July. Mubi founder Efe Cakarel did the deal.

“It’s such a thrill to be able to share this incredible catalogue of European and world cinema auteurs, classic and contemporary,
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Gael Garcia Bernal Blends Genres in Auteur Vehicle ‘Here on Earth’

“Here on Earth,” a political thriller that is an auteur turn from Gael Garcia Bernal, will bring much needed star power to the Croisette during the international TV Canneseries festival.

Produced by Fox Networks Group Latin America (Fngla) and Mexico’s La Corriente del Golfo, “Here on Earth” is more than just a star vehicle. In industry terms, it’s a high-end scripted drama. In political terms, it skewers Mexico’s ruling elite, turning a spotlight on the horse-trading, influence peddling, luxury, blackmail and murder — ferociously unexpectedly or hauntingly casual — practiced by one of Mexico’s most influential families whose patriarch,
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Natalia Almada’s “Everything Else” Acquired by Cinema Tropical

“Everything Else”

Natalia Almada’s narrative debut has secured U.S. distribution. Cinema Tropical snagged the rights to “Everything Else,” a press release announced. After making its world premiere at the 2016 New York Film Festival, the award-winning drama went on to screen at fests including Rio de Janeiro, Palm Springs, and Göteborg.

“Everything Else” sees Oscar-nominated actress Adriana Barraza (“Amores Perros,” “Babel”) playing Doña Flor, a 63-year-old bureaucrat who lives in Mexico City. Barraza, whose outstanding acting career includes films with renowned international filmmakers such as Alejandro G. Iñárritu, Sally Potter, Robert Duvall, and Sam Raimi, delivers a bravura performance in her first starring role, in a nuanced and non-stereotypical character for a Latina actress. The pic explores her interior life “as she awakens from her bureaucratic malaise and yearns to become visible again,” according to its official synopsis. “Inspired by Hannah Arendt’s idea that bureaucratic dehumanization is a brutal form of violence,
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Guillermo del Toro Holds Masterclass, Opens Theater, Announces Scholarship at Guadalajara

Guillermo del Toro Holds Masterclass, Opens Theater, Announces Scholarship at Guadalajara
Guadalajara — Excitement surrounding Guillermo del Toro’s presence at Mexico’s Guadalajara Festival reached fever pitch by the end of last week. The genial four-times Oscar winner did not disappoint.

Del Toro received a rousing standing ovation when he made his first appearance at this year’s 33rd edition of the Guadalajara Film Festival. It had long been planned that the director would come back to his home town to open a theater in his name and give a masterclass. That was before the genial Mexican won best director and best picture at last Sunday’s Academy Awards.

Spots for Saturday’s scheduled masterclass filled immediately when an astounding 30,000 requests for entry were made in the first half hour. In typical selfless fashion, del Toro offered to host another, and when that one filled, he volunteered for a third. All free of charge, and open to the public, including at
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Monica Lozano’s Alebrije Cine & Video to Remake Argentina’s ‘El Garante’ (Exclusive)

“El Garante” (“Collateral Man”), possibly the most-awarded local mini-series in Argentina’s TV history, is getting a Mexican version with Mexican uber producer Monica Lozano of Alebrije Cine & Video (“Instructions Not Included,” “Que Culpa Tiene el Niño,” “Amores Perros”) exploring a film makeover of the 1997 series.

Jose Levy of Creative Andina and Alex Ferrara co-wrote a novel based on the series, sold by Amazon on its Best Latino Thrilllers Collection and available in English, Spanish and Turkish. Alebrije is basing its film adaptation on the book, said Lozano.

Chile’s Tvn already made its own version of the Argentine hit in 2005 where it ranked second in overall ratings that year, after a telenovela. Spain’s Morena Films has also optioned the show for its own TV version.

“How such a cult series in Argentina has been able to appeal to various territories, in whatever format, is great,” said Levy who
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Three Amigos Take Hollywood: Guillermo del Toro’s Oscar Wins Are a Big Deal For Latinos in the Film Industry

Three Amigos Take Hollywood: Guillermo del Toro’s Oscar Wins Are a Big Deal For Latinos in the Film Industry
Collectively known as the Three Amigos, Mexican directors Alfonso Cuarón, Alejandro González Iñárritu and Guillermo del Toro are now the Three Oscar-winning Amigos. On Sunday’s telecast, Guillermo del Toro, the genre filmmaker who prefers to tell stories about soulful monsters and monstrous villains, walked away with two of his film’s four Oscars, Best Director and Best Picture. For a filmmaker whose work is more personal than commercial or prestigious, joining his compadres in the winner’s circle was a symbolic win for Latinos so often left outside of Hollywood.

See More:Oscars 2018, Inside the Show: Jordan Peele, Guillermo Del Toro, and PTA Get Candid About Awards

Like the new Hollywood of the ‘70s that gave us legends like Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppola and Steven Spielberg, the Three Amigos’ careers benefited from their collective presence. They each began their road to Hollywood in Mexico with a wave of stylish and poignant movies,
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Guillermo del Toro (‘Shape of Water’) may finally join his ‘Amigos’ Alfonso Cuaron & Alejandro G. Inarritu as an Oscar winner

Guillermo del Toro (‘Shape of Water’) may finally join his ‘Amigos’ Alfonso Cuaron & Alejandro G. Inarritu as an Oscar winner
Will Guillermo del Toro (“The Shape of Water”) finally join his filmmaking friends Alfonso Cuaron and Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu in the pantheon of Oscar winners this year? If our odds are to be believed, he’s a strong front-runner to snag Best Picture, Best Director, and maybe even Best Original Screenplay for his romantic fantasy about a mute janitor (Sally Hawkins) in love with a fish man. And just think, it was a little more than a decade ago, in 2007, that the Three Amigos of Cinema, as they like to be known, were competing alongside each other for their 2006 films “Babel” (Inarritu), “Children of Men” (Cuaron) and “Pan’s Labyrinth” (del Toro). Two of them were first-time Oscar nominees that year. Now, by March 4, they could all be Oscar winners.

“There was a moment [in 2006] where we all felt like a historical weight,” del Toro recalled in our recent video interview
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International Newswire: Genre, Sci-Fi, Thrillers Rise in Latin America, and Beyond

In today’s International Newswire, Latin America sees the rise of genre filmmaking, Film4 strengthens its exec team as it enters awards season, and FremantleMedia inks a scripted deal with 87 Films.

Genre filmmaking is becoming a more commercially potent force in Latin America and elsewhere as digital distribution gains strength.

At last week’s Mar del Plata Film Festival, of 12 Argentine movie projects presented at one of its main pitching sessions, over half were horror or thriller movies, including some of its most notable titles, whether Paula Martel’s assassination suspenser “First We Take Anillaco,” Rosendo Ruíz’s neo-noir “Boom Boom,” or Maximiliano Anríquez’s post-apocalypse low-fi sci-fi “The Doggy.”

Genre in its widest sense, embracing horror, thrillers and sci-fi, is the film type of choice for Latin America’s newest generation of filmmakers. Drawn from all over Argentina, the directors and producers behind the projects at Mar del Plata are almost all under 40.

On Tuesday, out of
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Ventana Sur: Alebrije’s Monica Lozano and Mórbido’s Pablo Guisa Koestinger Announce Latin America Partnership (Exclusive)

Ventana Sur: Alebrije’s Monica Lozano and Mórbido’s Pablo Guisa Koestinger Announce Latin America Partnership (Exclusive)
Buenos Aires — Mexican uber-movie producer Mónica Lozano, whose credits include “Instructions Not Included,” and Morbido Horror and Fantasy Film Festival founder Pablo Guisa Koestinger have closed an exclusive production alliance, aimed at exploring different ways of developing, producing and release genre films in Latin America.

The announcement was made at Ventana Sur’s Blood Window, one of Latin America’s most important fantastic film industry meets.

Films created under the alliance will enroll themes that resonate across the region, while creating a new horror experience for movie-goers across Central and South America, the partners said in a statement.

Since she broke through producing Alejandro Iñárritu’s “Amores Perros,” Lozano has been one of the most influential voices in Mexican cinema, heading its producers’ association, participating in many of the territory’s most successful international productions including Berlinale Crystal Bear winner “Innocent Voices,” and backing Eugenio Dérbez’s directorial debut “Instructions Not Included,” the highest U.
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Ventana Sur: Cinepolis Corners Soccer Comedy ‘Penalty’ for Mexico and Central America (Exclusive)

Mexican exhibition giant Cinepolis’ fledgling distribution arm outbid other key players to seize Mexican and Central American theatrical distribution rights to Colombian hitmaker Dago Garcia’s Mexican remake of his 2001 soccer comedy blockbuster “La Pena Maxima” (“Penalty”).

“Penalty” will make its market debut at Ventana Sur on Nov. 30 with Elba McAllister and Diana Dudek’s Cineplex USA handling worldwide rights.

“It deals with a universal theme,” said Garcia who also pointed out that soccer fever is on the rise as expectation builds for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

The Mexican version, a co-production with Cristina Palacio’s Bogota-based Alibi Films, stars one of Mexico’s biggest comedy stars, Adrian Uribe, and a nearly all-Mexican cast that includes Jose Sefami (“Amores Perros”), Tere Monroy (“Aqui Entre Nos”) and a Colombian cast led by Julieth Restrepo (“The Rose Seller”).

Netflix has pre-bought the worldwide Ott rights to the film. Talks are underway for its U.S. theatrical
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Here’s What’s Leaving Netflix in December 2017

Although Netflix is adding a solid selection of titles in December, the changing of the months means we also have to say good-bye to some shows, whether their licenses have run out, if they’re moving to a new streaming service, or if they’re just being temporarily removed. In December, Netflix will lose Black Snake Moan, Terriers, Young Frankenstein, Nightcrawler, The Queen of Versailles, Amores Perros, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, and 11 seasons of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia among others. If you were planning to watch or rewatch any of …
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1 of Your Favorite Disney Movies Is Disappearing From Netflix Next Month

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December is the month of giving, but that hasn't stopped Netflix from taking away some of our favorite shows and movies. While there are some great titles heading our way next month, we'll also have to part ways with a number of classics, namely those scary movies you binge-watched in October. See what's leaving below. Related46 New Titles Are Coming to Netflix in November to Help You Survive Thanksgiving Dec. 1 All I Want For Christmas Bedazzled Black Snake Moan Compulsion Cousin Bette Hoffa La Viuda Negra, season one Picture Perfect Practical Magic Rebelde Scary Movie 2 Scary Movie 3 Super Size Me Terriers, season one The Crucible The Gospel Road: A Story of Jesus The Man from Snowy River Touch, season two Toys Two Girls and a Guy Waking Life Young Frankenstein Yu-Gi-Oh! Bonds Beyond Time Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal, seasons one-two Dec. 5 Holes Dec. 9 It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, seasons 1-11 Dec.
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New to Streaming: ‘Carrie,’ ‘Wonder Woman,’ ‘It Comes at Night,’ ‘Bottle Rocket,’ and More

With a seemingly endless amount of streaming options — not only the titles at our disposal, but services themselves — we’ve taken it upon ourselves to highlight the titles that have recently hit platforms. Every week, one will be able to see the cream of the crop (or perhaps some simply interesting picks) of streaming titles (new and old) across platforms such as Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, and more (note: U.S. only). Check out our rundown for this week’s selections below.

Bottle Rocket (Wes Anderson)

Wes Anderson’s feature debut, the slyly comedic Bottle Rocket, positions its heroes, three young wannabe criminals with an eye for small-scale robberies, as blind innocents, lost in the unfamiliar world of adulthood. As part of his 75-year plan, Dignan (Owen Wilson) forms a gang, consisting of himself, Anthony (Luke Wilson) who’s fresh out of a voluntary psychiatric hospital, and Bob (Robert Musgrave) who
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What's New on Netflix in September?

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2017-08-30T11:47:12-07:00What's New on Netflix in September?

There's not much happening at the box office this weekend, but there's plenty happening, movie-wise, at home thanks to Netflix. The people at The Verge have given us this helpful list of all the new content coming to Netflix in September, along with some of the new gems coming to Amazon and HBO, too.

Via The Verge.

The seventh season of HBO’s Game of Thrones is now over, sending the world careening into a hopeless content abyss. At this point, even the summer movie season isn’t around to lend any help. Desperate moments like this make it crystal clear why having multiple streaming services to choose from is a good thing.

Netflix is bolstering its movie selection in the coming month, adding films like Dead Poets Society, Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Amores Perros, and all four Jaws movies.
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‘Carol’ Comes to Netflix: See the Full List of Films to Binge in September 2017

‘Carol’ Comes to Netflix: See the Full List of Films to Binge in September 2017
Netflix may be in massive debt, but that hasn’t changed much for the streaming giant, which announced a robust list of new additions today. Todd Haynes’ “Carol” is heading to Netflix, as well as two other masterpieces from provocative auteurs: Quentin Tarantino’s “Pulp Fiction” and Darren Aronofsky’s “Requiem for a Dream.” As the summer movie season winds down, Netflix has plenty of gems to carry you into fall.

Other titles heading to the streaming service include the entire “Jaws” franchise, Martin Scorsese’s Daniel Day Lewis vehicle “Gangs of New York,” and Noah Baumbach’s “The Squid and the Whale.” Check out the complete list of all the new films joining Netflix in September, 2017 below, including our 7 must-see choices.

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September kicks off with “Amores Perros,” the breakout feature from “Birdman” and “The Revenant” director Alejandro González Iñárritu.
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Here’s What’s Coming to Netflix in September 2017

Netflix has announced the titles it will be adding to its streaming service next month. Noteworthy movies hitting the service include Amores Perros, City of God, Dead Poets Society, Disney’s Hercules, Disney’s Mulan, Gone Baby Gone, Jaws, Pulp Fiction, Requiem for a Dream, The Squid and the Whale, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast (2017), and Carol. That should keep you pretty busy throughout the month, especially when you factor in worthwhile originals like Little Evil, BoJack Horseman Season 4, Jerry Before Seinfeld, and Gerald’s Game. Check out the full list of titles hitting Netflix next month, …
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Filmax Group Handles Toronto-San Sebastián Title ‘The Motive’

Filmax Group Handles Toronto-San Sebastián Title ‘The Motive’
Madrid — Spain’s Filmax Group is handling international sales rights on “The Motive” (“El autor”) which has just been selected as a Special Presentation at the 2017 Toronto Film Festival. “The Motive” will then segue to a main competition berth at San Sebastian.

As already announced, Filmax, the Barcelona-based production-distribution-sales house behind horror movie franchise “[Rec]” and TV series “The Red Band Society,” will release “The Motive” in Spanish theaters on Nov. 17.

Written by Martin Cuenca and longtime co-scribe Alejandro Hernandez, and based on an early, 1987 novella by Spain’s Javier Cercas, who went on to write “Soldiers of Salamina,” inspiring David Trueba’s 2003 Cannes Un Certain Regard player, “The Motive” turns on a wanna novelist, stuck in a dead-end job as a notary in Seville, who desperately wants to write a great novel but, bereft of imagination, begins to manipulate the lives of his friends and neighbors to inspire his prose. But,
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Locarno Critics Academy 2017: Meet This Year’s Aspiring Film Critics

Locarno Critics Academy 2017: Meet This Year’s Aspiring Film Critics
The 2017 Locarno Film Festival recently wrapped its 70th edition, where several aspiring film critics participated in the latest edition of the Locarno Critics Academy, an international workshop to educate promising writers in the craft and discipline of contemporary film criticism. This year’s participants will contribute essays on highlights from the festival. Here’s an overview of their backgrounds and interests.

Name: Jaime Grijalba Gómez

Age: 27

Twitter handle: @jaimegrijalba

Home: Santiago de Chile, Chile.

Cinematic area of expertise: Chilean cinema, film festivals, horror cinema

Best movie you’ve seen in 2017: El mar la mar

Favorite book (or piece of writing) about film: Bresson’s “Notes on the Cinematographer”

I’m taking part in the Locarno Critics Academy because… I want to think that criticism today still has a role that goes beyond those interested in film or in making them. It has a role in society, and I want to find it.
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Lionsgate, Hemisphere launch Spanish-language streaming platform Pantaya

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Pantelion executives to oversee service.

Lionsgate and Hemisphere Media Group have launched the Spanish-language streaming platform Pantaya.

Most titles will appear exclusively on Pantaya including exclusive and first run access to all Spanish-language releases from the Lionsgate and Televisa joint venture Pantelion Films.

The slate includes Pantelion’s No Manches Frida and Instructions Not Included (pictured), as well as classic titles featuring Latino icons such as Pedro Infante, Maria Felix and Jorge Negrete, and films from Lionsgate’s 16,000-title library dubbed in Spanish, including Dirty Dancing and the Crank action franchise, and Amores Perros.

The roster includes Un Gallo Con Muchos Huevos, and Ladrones, as well as documentaries, concerts and other original premium content.

Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer said Pantaya marked “ the next logical step in Lionsgate’s track record of serving the Hispanic consumer with high-end premium content through our Pantelion Films venture with Televisa.”

Hemisphere CEO Alan Sokol said the service would provide Hispanic film-goers
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Wroclaw's New Horizons competition lineup revealed

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Wroclaw's New Horizons competition lineup revealed
Exclusive: 12 Polish premieres include Menashe and Makala.

This year’s New Horizons International Film Festival (August 3 – 13) competition in Wroclaw, Poland, will see 12 Polish premieres vying for the Grand Prix award.

The premieres include three Polish films: A Heart of Love, by director Łukasz Ronduda, a biopic about Polish art scene couple Wojtek Bąkowski and Zuza Bartoszek who are played by Jacek Poniedziałek and Justyna Wasilewska; Norman Leto’s Photon; and Karlovy Vary winner The Birds Are Singing in Kigali by Joanna Kos-Krauze and Krzysztof Krauze.

From Mexico will be director Michel Lipkes dark story Strange But True and Natalia Almada’s Everything Else, which stars Babel and Amores Perros actor Adrian Barraza in the lead role.

Mexican director Sergio Flores Thorija, a former student of Bela Tarr, will bring his Bosnia-set movie 3 Women about three women living in Sarajevo who wish to change their lives.

Menashe by Joshua Z. Weinstein is the first film since the second
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