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Vancouver Film - "Ghost Wars", Dragged Across Concrete", "Overboard",

Thanks to VancouverFilm.Net, here is the Vancouver Film Production Update for July 2017, including "Ghost Wars", "Dragged Across Concrete, "Overboard" and a whole lot more:

13 Miles

Feature

Local Production Company: Habethy Film Productions

Director: Anthony Epp, Helena Thom

Producer: Shanyn Maguire, Anthony Epp, Helena Thom

May 19/17 - Aug 20/17

Dragged Across Concrete

Feature

Local Production Company: Moot Point (Dragged) Productions

Director: Craig Zahler

Producer: Sefton Fincham, Jack Heller, Keith Kjarval, Dallas Sonnier

Jul 17/17 - Sep 16/17

Fatal Visit

Feature

Local Production Company: Lone House Films Ltd.

Director: Yuen Leung Calvin Poon

Producer: Fiona Lee, Michael Parker

Jul 09/17 - Jul 31/17

Motivated Seller

Feature

Local Production Company: Motivated Seller BC Productions

Director: Deon Taylor

Producer: Darcy Wild, Jonathan Schwartz

Jun 21/17 - Jul 21/17

Nicole

Feature

Parent Studio: Disney

Director: Marc Lawrence

Producer: Justis Greene

Sep 01/17 - Dec 31/17

One Of A Kind

Feature

Local Production Company: Two Sixty Six Productions Inc

Director: Felix Chong

Producer: Costa Vassos
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Vancouver Film - "Psych: The Movie", "Love Machine", "Lost In Space"

Thanks to VancouverFilm.Net, here is the Vancouver Film Production Update for June 2017, including "Psych: The Movie", "Love Machine", "Lost In Space" and a whole lot more:

 

Game Over, Man

Feature

Local Production Company: Lumberjackson Productions Inc.

Director: Kyle Newacheck

Producer: Seth Rogan, Scott Rudin

Apr 12/17 - Jun 06/17

Love Machine

Feature

Local Production Company: Tcf Vancouve Productions Ltd

Director: David Leitch

Exec. Producer(s): Ethan Smith, Kelly McCormick

Jun 26/17 - Oct 06/17

One Of A Kind

Feature

Local Production Company: Two Sixty Six Productions Inc

Director: Felix Chong

Producer: Costa Vassos

Jul 13/17 - Jul 31/17

Overboard

Feature

Local Production Company: Tgl Productions Ltd

Director: Robert Greenberg

Producer: Eugenio Derbez, Ben Odell

May 23/17 - Jul 14/17

Skyscraper

Feature

Local Production Company: Main Mast Production - Can, Inc

Director: Rawson Marshall Thurter

Exec. Producer(s): Eric Hedayat

Aug 14/17 - Nov 17/17

Altered Carbon ~ Season 1

TV Series

Local Production Company: Altered Carbon Productions I Inc.
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‘Lady Macbeth’ Goes to Roadside Attractions in Big Tiff 2016 Buy

‘Lady Macbeth’ Goes to Roadside Attractions in Big Tiff 2016 Buy
The Toronto Film Festival’s latest big buy is Roadside Attractions’ acquisition of U.S. and Canadian rights to critics’ fave “Lady Macbeth,” starring breakout star Florence Pugh (“The Falling”) in a 19th-century take on the Shakespeare character.

William Oldroyd’s feature debut, programmed in Tiff’s Platform section, was adapted by playwright Alice Birch from Nikolai Leskov’s 1865 novella “Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District.” Set in rural 1865 England, “Lady Macbeth” follows Katherine (Pugh) through her stifling marriage to an older man who falls in love with one of her husband’s estate workers.

Distributors huddled after the film’s world premiere screening last week. Produced by Fodhla Cronin O’Reilly, “Lady Macbeth” is a Sixty Six Pictures and iFeatures production, a Creative England, BBC Films and BFI presentation in association with Oldgarth Media. The cast also includes Cosmo Jarvis, Paul Hilton, Naomi Ackie, and Christopher Fairbank.

One of
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‘Lady Macbeth’ Goes to Roadside Attractions in Big Tiff 2016 Buy

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‘Lady Macbeth’ Goes to Roadside Attractions in Big Tiff 2016 Buy
The Toronto Film Festival’s latest big buy is Roadside Attractions’ acquisition of U.S. and Canadian rights to critics’ fave “Lady Macbeth,” starring breakout star Florence Pugh (“The Falling”) in a 19th-century take on the Shakespeare character.

William Oldroyd’s feature debut, programmed in Tiff’s Platform section, was adapted by playwright Alice Birch from Nikolai Leskov’s 1865 novella “Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District.” Set in rural 1865 England, “Lady Macbeth” follows Katherine (Pugh) through her stifling marriage to an older man who falls in love with one of her husband’s estate workers.

Distributors huddled after the film’s world premiere screening last week. Produced by Fodhla Cronin O’Reilly, “Lady Macbeth” is a Sixty Six Pictures and iFeatures production, a Creative England, BBC Films and BFI presentation in association with Oldgarth Media. The cast also includes Cosmo Jarvis, Paul Hilton, Naomi Ackie, and Christopher Fairbank.

One of
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Rotterdam 2016. Top Picks & Coverage Roundup

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Below you will find our favorite films of the 45th International Film Festival Rotterdam, as well as an index of our coverage.Daniel Kasmantop Picksi. Lejos de los árboles, Le Moulin, Female Student Guerilla, Noche de vino tintoII. Juke: Passages from Films of Spencer Williams, Warsaw Bridge, MotherIII. Night and Fog in the ZonaIV. Where the Chocolate Mountains, ElliV. Operation Avalanche, Sixty Six, Fata Morgana, Cada vez que..., Oleg y las raras artes, ActeonCOVERAGEFirst Steps: Ear, Nose and Throat (Kevin Jerome Everson), Lejos de los árboles (Jacinto Esteva Grewe)Acting Out: General Report II: The New Abduction of Europe (Pere Portabella), Esquizo (Ricardo Bofill), Actor Martinez (Mike Ott, Nathan Silver)Japan's Cinematic Revolutionary: Sex Game (Masao Adachi), Female Student Guerilla (Masao Adachi), Artist of Fasting (Masao Adachi)The Streets, the Mountains, the Snow, and the Ocean: Noche de vino tinto (José María Nunes), Where the Chocolate Mountains (Pat O'Neill), Cinéma
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Rotterdam 2016. In Praise of Wang Bing and Spencer Williams

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In this era of digital cameras and laptop editing, ambitious video essays and filmmaker documentaries are hardly the uncommon encounter they had been when Claire Denis made her film for the Cinéma, de notre temps television series, Jacques Rivette - Le veilleur—a movie on a lot of our minds with the passing of the New Wave master last week. Yet, as with fiction films, while the increased democratization and affordability of movie-making apparatus has meant more such essays and more such documentaries, the quality of this greater proliferation varies widely. Which is why it was such a pleasure to come in Rotterdam across two stupendous examples of each: Night and Fog in the Zona, Jung Sung-il's long-form documentary on Chinese independent filmmaker Wang Bing, and Juke: Passages from the Films of Spencer Williams, American teacher and filmmaker Thom Andersen’s video essay on the culturally forgotten films by the African American director.
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Daily | Berlin Critics’ Week 2016 Lineup

Berlin Critics' Week returns this year for a second edition, running from February 11 through 18. We've got notes on the lineup, which includes Zahra Vargas's Homer, a Hunter's Fate, Pablo Agüero's Eva Doesn't Sleep, Sara Fattahi's Coma, Philippe Grandrieux's Malgré la nuit, Denis Côté's Que nous nous assoupissions, Andrej Zulawski's Cosmos, Apichatpong Weerasethakul's Vapour, Igor Minaev's Blue Dress, Lewis Klahr's Sixty Six, Isiah Medina's 88:88 and Marita Neher and Tatjana Turanskyj's Disorientation Isn't a Crime. » - David Hudson
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Daily | Berlin Critics’ Week 2016 Lineup

Berlin Critics' Week returns this year for a second edition, running from February 11 through 18. We've got notes on the lineup, which includes Zahra Vargas's Homer, a Hunter's Fate, Pablo Agüero's Eva Doesn't Sleep, Sara Fattahi's Coma, Philippe Grandrieux's Malgré la nuit, Denis Côté's Que nous nous assoupissions, Andrej Zulawski's Cosmos, Apichatpong Weerasethakul's Vapour, Igor Minaev's Blue Dress, Lewis Klahr's Sixty Six, Isiah Medina's 88:88 and Marita Neher and Tatjana Turanskyj's Disorientation Isn't a Crime. » - David Hudson
See full article at Keyframe »

Another Big Win for "Carol"

Todd Haynes' "Carol" has been receiving a lot of love from various critics groups and this time, it topped the ranking of the year's best films at the annual Film Comment magazine poll!

Take a look at the complete list below and then wonder, didn't these critics see "Star Wars: The Force Awakens?"

Film Comment's Top 20 Films of 2015

1. "Carol"

2. "The Assassin"

3. "Mad Max: Fury Road"

4. "Clouds of Sils Maria"

5. "Arabian Nights"

6. "Timbuktu"

7. "Spotlight"

8. "Phoenix"

9. "Inside Out"

10. "The Look of Silence"

11. "Hard to Be a God"

12. "Anomalisa"

13. "In Jackson Heights"

14. "Son of Saul"

15. "Horse Money"

16. "Jauja"

17. "Tangerine"

18. "Brooklyn"

19. "The Diary of a Teenage Girl"

20. "Bridge of Spies"

Film Comment's Best Undistributed Films of 2015

1. "Right Here, Right Now"

2. "Chevalier"

3. "The Sky Trembles and the Earth Is Afraid and the Two Eyes Are Not Brothers"

4. "The Academy of Muses"

5. "Don't Blink . Robert Frank"

6. "Cosmos"

7. "Journey to the Shore"

8. "Happy Hour"

9. "Lost and
See full article at Manny the Movie Guy »

Weekly Rushes. 16 December 2015

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Rushes collects news, articles, images, videos and more for a weekly roundup of essential items from the world of film.When Directors CollideLeft: Emigre directors Ernst Lubitsch and Fritz Lang take a dip in the pool. Right: John Ford visits Sam Fuller's Shock Corridor set.Philippe Garrel Remembers Chantal AkermanThe essential read of the week is Craig Keller's translation of French filmmaker Philippe Garrel's reflections on Chantal Akerman, published in Cahiers du Cinéma in November:"We only ran into one another with finished films, not in the factory. It was always one film under our arms, one new film under our arms. We weren't at all jealous of one another; just the opposite. I was laughing, saying if Chantal hadn't liked women, I would have married her. I thought she was an extraordinary woman."Trailer for King Hu's A Touch of ZenA new trailer for the
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‘Carol,’ ‘The Asssassin,’ and ‘Fury Road’ Top Film Comment’s End-of-Year Poll

At the halfway point of December, there are, to put it lightly, many end-of-year lists hitting the web, and few publications have round-ups as consistently excellent as Film Comment‘s. (“Consistently excellent” translates to “aligns with my specific taste,” of course.) Their 20-film selection represents the year rather nicely, from the widely seen and frequently listed (e.g. Mad Max: Fury Road and Inside Out) landing among some of our limited-release favorites, including Timbuktu, The Assassin, and Jauja. As editor Gavin Smith says, “That balance, which happens to be encapsulated in the top five in micro form, feels about right for the agenda of this magazine, which, since the very beginning, has been to champion the best in cinema wherever it hails from, all creatures great and small. Since we managed to run features on 11 of these and sung the praises of another five, it’s a pleasure to close
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In Pictures and Video: More Aamir Khan and Tiger Shroff at Heropanti Trailer Launch!

Check it out we have bonus video and pictures from the trailer launch of Heropanti. The film, directed by Sabbir Khan, is the debut film of Tiger Shroff and Kriti Sanon. Set to hit on 23rd of May, Tiger Shroff and Kriti Sanon will blow you away with their performance in this action packed love story!

Synopsis:

Sixty six years since India became free, but are we still free to love, to choose our own life really? Rising from present India in the conflicting era of shining modernity and deep-rooted archaic traditions, in the era of big city versus small towns, comes a love story sealed with an impossible fate. The story of the bold Bablu and the bratty Dimpy.

Will Bablu and Dimpy’s love blossom under the terror of a brutal clan and the violent landscape it is set against.

Heropanti is the story of today’s youth,
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The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty (2013) – The Review

The last time busy Hollywood triple threat Ben Stiller (actor, writer, director) stepped behind the camera was way, waaaay back in 2008 for the Summer satirical comedy smash Tropic Thunder. So what work has inspired him to return to film making this winter? Why it’s a short story from James Thurber, himself something of a multiple threat (author, playwright, cartoonist) who passed away over fifty years ago. Now his work did make to the big and small screen during (and soon after) his lifetime. The Male Animal was a starring vehicle in the 40′s for Henry Fonda. His story “A Unicorn in the Garden” became an acclaimed Upa animated short subject in the 1950′s. And in 1970 his writings and drawings were the inspiration for an NBC sitcom in 1970 called “My World and Welcome to It” (a gem that lasted barely one season). Two years later those same works also inspired
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Pda can kill relationship

Pda can kill relationship
London, Feb 12: One in ten women will consider separating from a man who is too affectionate in front of other people, a study has found.

According to the survey of 2,000 people, more than a quarter of people are too embarrassed to hug or even hold hands in public, the Daily Mail reported.

Sixty six percent of the people polled, asserted that they would be no more affectionate to their partner on Valentine's Day than on any other day.

The study that was conducted by MSN, also found that 28 percent of the people were uncomfortable around other couples' Pda.

People from Yorkshire topped on the list of Feb uary 14 cynics, with 71 percent saying that they would not be any more loving towards their partner. .
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Wizards of Waverley star joins Panda Eyes

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Young British Disney star Gregg Sulkin is currently filming supernatural thriller Panda Eyes in Wales, alongside Game of Thrones star 16 year old Sophie Turner.

Panda Eyes has been adapted from Catherine MacPhail’s novel Another Me, about a teenage girl Fay, with a dysfunctional family, who starts noticing strange things, and believes she is being pursued by her own double.

20 year old Gregg started acting as child when he played the lead role of Bernie Reubens in Sixty Six, directed by Paul Weiland. He plays the love interest of Selena Gomez in Wizards of Waverly Place, and is currently recurring on ABC Family's Pretty Little Liars. He has recently filmed a number of indie features including White Frog, and Camilla Dickinson with Adelaide Clemens.

Panda Eyes is directed by Spanish film-maker Isabel Coixet and also stars Jonathan Rhys Myers and Rhys Ifans.
See full article at ScreenTerrier »

Top Ten Watershed Moments in Xbox’s Ten Years

Ten years ago today, on 14th March 2002, the XBox brand came to the UK, announcing a new wave of gaming for the masses and taking a grip on the market that only a handful of other consoles have managed in the same time. To celebrate, the XBox team have put together a pretty nifty timeline charting the evolution of the brand, which you can see here.

Happy British Birthday, XBox.

There isn’t likely to be a better day to talk about the ten key moments from the history of Xbox (you might have actually noticed a hashtag on Twitter today proclaiming #xboxis10), so here goes…

10. The Kinect

The newest peripheral addition to the XBox family has already shipped a frankly astonishing 18 million sensors so far, and it is still to reach anything like its in-game potential. This year, and the release of games like Fable: The Journey which will integrate Kinect gameplay more deeply,
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‘Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy:’ New Clip & Posters and Enthusiastic Early Buzz

‘Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy:’ New Clip & Posters and Enthusiastic Early Buzz
One of the most anticipated films of the Venice Film Festival was Tomas Alfredson's Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, which is a new take on John le Carré's 1974 cold-war thriller novel. The film remakes the well-loved 1979 BBC version starring Alec Guinness as retired MI6 agent George Smiley, called back to action to uncover a mole infesting the agency, aka 'the Circus.' This version features Gary Oldman as Smiley, with supporting players Colin Firth, Tom Hardy, Mark Strong, Benedict Cumberbatch, Ciaran Hinds, Mark Strong, Svetlana Khodchenko, Toby Jones, John Hurt, Stephen Graham and Kathy Burke. The first reviews of the film came out of Venice over the weekend and they position the film as one that fulfills most of the hopes we've developed based upon the material and cast. Notes from a handful of reviews follow after the break, along with four artful posters and one clip from the film.
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‘Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy’ One-Sheet Poster

Working Title released the poster for the thriller film “Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy.” The film stars Gary Oldman, Tom Hardy, John Hurt, Ciaran Hinds, Colin Firth, Toby Jones and Mark Strong. The film is based on the former bestselling novel written by John le Carre. Here is the official book’s synopsis: The man he knew as "Control" is dead, and the young Turks who forced him out now run the Circus. But George Smiley isn't quite ready for retirement-especially when a pretty, would-be defector surfaces with a shocking accusation: a Soviet mole has penetrated the highest level of British Intelligence. Relying only on his wits and a small, loyal cadre, Smiley traces the breach back to Karla-his Moscow Centre nemesis-and sets a trap to catch the traitor. The adapted screenplay is written by Bridget O’Connor (“Mrs. Ratcliffe’s Revolution,” “Sixty Six”) and Peter Straughan (“The Men Who Stare at Goats,
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Avalon High hits the UK

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Avalon High, the new Disney Original Movie based on the award-winning novel by best-selling author Meg Cabot (“The Princess Diaries”) premieres on the Disney Channel on Friday 28th January 2011 at 6:00pm.

Filmed in New Zealand in May, British actor Gregg Sulkin joins the mainly American cast as handsome quarter-back Will Wagner.

The 18 year old Londoner played Jj in the British version of As The Bell Rings, and recently appeared opposite Selena Gomez in BAFTA-winning The Wizards of Waverly Place. He has now relocated to Hollywood and seems set to join a growing list of global teen actors, who have been given their first television break with the Disney Channel.

Gregg discovered his passion for acting when he was chosen from 5,000 hopefuls to play the lead role of Bernie Reubens in Sixty Six directed by Paul Weiland, starring alongside Helena Bonham Carter, Eddie Marsen, Catherine Tate and Stephen Rea.

Avalon High follows Allie Pennington,
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9 Films Compete for Foreign Language Oscar

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced nine films that have advanced to the next round of voting in the Foreign Language Film category for the 83rd Academy Awards. Sixty six films had originally qualified, but the list has now been reduced to nine. The Academy will now narrow the list once more to five films that will go on to compete for the Oscar. All nominees will be announced live on Tuesday, January 25th at 8:30am Est. The awards show will then be presented on Sunday, February 27th and will be televised live on ABC. The Foreign Language nominees are (in alphabetical order by country): * Hors la Loi ("Outside the Law") - Algeria * Incendies - Canada * In a Better World - Denmark * Dogtooth - Greece * Confessions - Japan * Biutiful - Mexico * Life, above All - South Africa * Tambien la Lluvia ("Even the Rain") -
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