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Japan’s Tohokushinsha appoints Kiyotaka Ninomiya as president

Promotion is part of a restructuring of the company to face the challenges of the digital age.

Japan’s Tohokushinsha Film Corporation (Tfc) has promoted Kiyotaka Ninomiya to the position of president and chief executive officer as part of a restructuring of the company to face the challenges of the digital age.

Ninomiya began his career at global advertising agency Hakuhodo and has worked with Tfc for 19 years, most recently as executive vice president and chief operating officer. He replaces Tetsu Uemura who is stepping down and will continue to advise the company in the role of executive principal.

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Film Movement acquires Toronto selection 'Styx' (exclusive)

Thriller won awards after world premiere in Berlin.

Film Movement has acquired all North American rights from Beta Cinema to Wolfgang Fischer’s thriller Styx ahead of its Contemporary World Cinema slot in Toronto next month.

Styx premiered at the Berlinale and will receive its North American premiere in Canada before opening at New York’s Film Forum in February 2019.

Susanne Wolf stars as a German emergency room physician who embarks on a solo voyage across the Atlantic and must take matters into her own hands when she encounters a damaged boat containing dozens of refugees.

The film won the Heiner Carow Prize,
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Exclusive Trailer for Japan Cuts 2018, Featuring New Films from Takeshi Kitano, Naomi Kawase, Kiyoshi Kurosawa & More

Even those who live in Asia may find there’s no better time and place to be a fan of their cinema than this July in New York City. A mere few days after New York Asian Film Festival concludes, the last half of the month features the return of Japan Cuts, which is dedicated to the best in Japanese cinema, and this year proves to be another stellar line-up. Featuring 28 feature-length films and 9 short films, we’re pleased to exclusively debut the trailer for the festival, which runs from July 19 through the 29 at Japan Society.

Highlights from this year’s festival include Takeshi Kitano’s crime drama sequel Outrage Coda, Naomi Kawase’s Radiance, the U.S. premiere of Shinsuke Sato’s much-anticipated live-action manga adaptation Bleach, Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s recent Berlinale premiere Yocho (Foreboding), and many more. This year’s Opening Night film is Eric Khoo’s Ramen Shop,
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Film Review: Outrage Coda (2017) by Takeshi Kitano

“I still have something to do.”

“Don’t be too reckless.” Shortly after the release of “Beyond Outrage”, the first sequel he filmed to this day, Kitano stated how he wanted to conclude his modern day-narrative on the yakuza. Besides the financial success of the last two films, a conclusion seems to be the logical next step after focusing on the hierarchy within the underworld (“Outrage”) and its evolution to a business (“Beyond Outrage”). The last entry into the series would be centered around the individual and highlight the lasting consequences of Otomo’s actions and those of the other characters.

Outrage Coda is screening at the Toronto Japanese Film Festival

Despite their roots within the cinema of directors like Ken Takakura or Kinji Fukasaku, Kitano emphasizes how he regards his films as different from these traditions. Even though his approach remains stylized, the image of the yakuza as an
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U.S. Deals in Cannes 2018

Fifty-one films have thus far been acquired by U.S. distributors out of Cannes. The following show these titles, linked to IMDb. To buy the quarterly and annual reports on all U.S. distributors and their films, go to http://www.sydneysbuzz.com/rights-reports

A24 acquired Gaspar Noé’s Acclaimed Drug Trip Movie Climax, winner of Directors’ Fortnight Art Cinema Award for No. America from Wild Bunch. Read the Indiewire review here.

Amazon picked up Best Director Prize Winner in the Competition, Pawel Pawlikowski’s Cold War, last August. Based on his own parents’ love story, this gorgeously shot, Robert Doisneau-esque (when in Paris) black and white period piece takes a slice of your heart away in its retelling. Read Indiewire review here.

Best Director Prize to Pawel Pawlikowski for Cold War starring Joanna Kulig and Tomasz Kot

Archstone acquired No. American rights to The Big Take from Bleiberg.

Bleecker Street acquired No.
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Film Movement Nabs Milad Alami’s ‘The Charmer’ For North America (Exclusive)

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Film Movement has acquired North American rights to Swedish-Iranian director Milad Alami’s feature debut “The Charmer” which world premiered at San Sebastian Film Festival and went on to win awards at Chicago and Palm Springs.

The Charmer” will have its North American premiere at New York’s Film Forum in December and will then roll out in additional markets, and will be released on digital and home entertainment.

A psychological drama with some thriller elements, “The Charmer” turns on a Danish-Iranian under-achiever who lives under a fake identity and is forced to reconsider his life after falling in love with a woman.

“One of Film Movement’s missions is to uncover fresh new voices from the international filmmaking community, and we’re certainly doing that with Milad,” said Michael Rosenberg, president of Film Movement. “We’re excited to share his assured debut – part hot-button, social issues drama, part dark
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Film Movement Acquires North American Rights to ‘Outrage Coda’ (Exclusive)

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Film Movement Acquires North American Rights to ‘Outrage Coda’ (Exclusive)
Film Movement has acquired North American rights to “Outrage Coda,” Takeshi Kitano’s 18th directorial outing and the final installment in his “Outrage” crime trilogy.

“Outrage Coda” is being represented in international markets by Hengameh Panahi’s Celluloid Dreams.

Set five years after surviving the all-out war between the Sanno and Hanabishi crime families, “Outrage Coda” follows former yakuza boss Otomo, who now works in South Korea for Mr. Chang, a renowned fixer whose influence extends into Japan.

Film Movement previously handled Kitano’s “Violent Cop,” “Boiling Point” and “Hana-Bi.” The U.S. company is planning to give “Outrage Coda” a limited theatrical and home entertainment release later this year.

“Kitano is one of the most unique and accomplished filmmakers of his generation,” said president of Film Movement Michael Rosenberg, who announced the deal today with Charlotte Mickie, Celluloid Dreams’s VP.

“From comedy to highly stylized violence, and from actor to director and writer,
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International Film Festival Rotterdam 2018. Lineup

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My Own Private HellThe titles for the 47th International Film Festival Rotterdam are being announced in anticipation of the event running January 24 - February 4, 2018. We will update the program as new films are revealed.SIGNATURESInsect (Jan Švankmajer)Asino (Anatoly Vasiliev)Lek and the Dogs (Andrew Kötting)The Bottomless Bag (Rustam Khamdamov)Mrs. Fang (Wang Bing)Readers (James Benning)The Wandering Soap Opera (Valeria Sarmiento, Raúl Ruiz)Lover for a Day (Philippe Garrel)Bright FUTUREThe Flower Shop (Ruben Desiere)Look Up (Fulvio Risoleo)My Friend the Polish Girl (Ewa Banaszkiewicz)Rabot (Christina Vandekerckhove)Respeto (Alberto Monteras II)The Return (Malene Choi Jensen)Windspiel (Peyman Ghalambor)All You Can Eat Buddha (Ian Lagarde)Azougue Nazareth (Tiago Melo)My Own Private Hell (Guto Parente)Ordinary Time (Susana Nobre)3/4 (Ilian Metev)Cocote (Nelson Carlo De Los Santos Arias)Drift (Helena Wittmann)The Wild Boys (Bertrand Mandico)Gutland (Govinda Van Maele)The Watchman (Alejandro Andújar
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Leaff announces line-up by Amber Wilkinson - 2017-09-16 09:29:40

Leaff will open with the international premiere of The Fortress Photo: Courtesy of Leaff The London East Asian Film Festival has announced its line-up. It will open on 19 October with the international premiere of Hwang Dong-hyuk’s historical drama The Fortress and close on 29 October with Takeshi Kitano’s final part of the Outrage trilogy, Outrage Coda (2017).

Naomi Kwase's meditative drama The Mourning Forest and Herman Yau's crime thriller Shock Wave are also in the line-up. The overarching theme of Leaff 2017 is time and the perception of time.

Screenings will include seven international premieres, seven European premieres and 13 UK premieres.

Festival director Hyejung Jeon said: “I am delighted to bring Leaff back to London in 2017. As a global hub, London represents the perfect Western gateway to show films from all over East Asia, appreciating the rich diversity of a region bubbling with creativity and renewal.

Read details of the full line-up.
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2017 Venice Film Festival lineup announced

Moments ago, the Venice Film Festival announced their lineup for this year, and it again seems to suggest a strong brewing Oscar race. Coming hot on the heels of the initial Toronto International Film Festival slate, there’s a lot of overlap between the two. Auteurs like Darren Aronofsky, George Clooney, Guillermo del Toro, Martin McDonagh, and Alexander Payne will be in Italy this time around. Each is hoping to make an Academy Award case for their latest work. Time will tell if that happens, but there’s definitely potential here. Read on to see some of what will be playing in Venice at the end of August/the beginning of September… Among the 2017 entrants of note for this fest, we have Downsizing from Alexander Payne, First Reformed from Paul Schrader, Lean on Pete from Andrew Haigh, mother! from Darren Aronofsky, The Shape of Water from Guillermo del Toro, Suburbicon from George Clooney,
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Venice 2017. Lineup

ZamaThe programme for the 2017 edition of the Venice Film Festival has been unveiled, and includes new films from Darren Aronofsky, Lucrecia Martel, Frederick Wiseman, Alexander Payne, Hirokazu Kore-eda, Abdellatif Kechiche, Takeshi Kitano and many more.COMPETITIONmother! (Darren Aronofsky)First Reformed (Paul Schrader)Sweet Country (Warwick Thornton)The Leisure Seeker (Paolo Virzi)Una Famiglia (Sebastiano Riso)Ex Libris - The New York Public Library (Frederick Wiseman)Angels Wear White (Vivian Qu)The Whale (Andrea Pallaoro)Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (Martin McDonagh)Foxtrot (Samuel Maoz)Ammore e malavita (Manetti Brothers)Jusqu'a la garde (Xavier Legrand)The Third Murder (Hirokazu Kore-eda)Mektoub, My Love: Canto Uno (Abdellatif Kechiche)Lean on Pete (Andrew Haigh)L'insulte (Ziad Doueiri)La Villa (Robert Guediguian)The Shape of Water (Guillermo del Toro)Suburbicon (George Clooney)Human Flow (Ai Weiwei)Downsizing (Alexander Payne)Out Of COMPETITIONFeaturesOur Souls at Night (Ritesh Batra)Il Signor Rotpeter (Antonietta de Lillo)Victoria
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Venice 2017 Lineup Includes ‘Zama,’ ‘Lean on Pete,’ ‘Mektoub,’ ‘Brawl In Cell Block 99,’ and More

On the heels of the Toronto International Film Festival announcement earlier this week, Venice Film Festival have now delivered their full lineup and while there’s no Terrence Malick as rumored, there’s a plethora of highly-anticipated titles. Along with the previously-announced opener Downsizing and the expected Suburbicon, mother!, The Shape of Water, and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, there’s Lucrecia Martel’s Zama, Andrew Haigh’s Lean on Pete, Abdellatif Kechiche’s Blue is the Warmest Color follow-up Mektoub, My Love: Canto Uno, and Brawl In Cell Block 99, the latest film from Bone Tomahawk director S. Craig Zahler.

Also in the lineup is Errol Morris’s Netflix crime drama Wormwood, Paul Schrader’s First Reformed, Frederick Wiseman’s Ex Libris – New York Public Library, Hirokazu Koreeda’s The Third Murder, Takeshi Kitano’s closing night film Outrage Coda, Michaël R. Roskam’s Racer and The Jailbird, the Kirsten Dunst-led Woodshock,
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Full Line-Up For Venice Film Festival 2017 Announced

The full line-up for this year’s Venice Film Festival has been announced.

Festival director Alberto Barbera announced the films for the 74th year of the festival with a slate of potential Oscar contenders amongst those on show.

Alexander Payne’s Downsizing, which stars Matt Damon, Kristen Wiig, Christoph Waltz, Laura Dern and Jason Sudeikis will have the honour of opening this year’s festival.

Darren Aronofsky brings his eagerly-anticipated horror film Mother!,which stars Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Bardem and Ed Harris, while George Clooney will also head back to Italy with Suburbicon, a film co-written with the Coen Brothers.

Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water, starring Michael Shannon, Sally Hawkins and Octavia Spencer, will also screem before showing across the pond at the Toronto International Film Festival days later.

Here’s the full line-up for the festival, which takes place from Aug. 30 to Sept. 9, 2017.

Full Lineup


Human Flow,
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Venice Announces 2017 Lineup, Including ‘The Shape of Water,’ ‘Suburbicon,’ ‘mother!,’ and Many More

Venice Announces 2017 Lineup, Including ‘The Shape of Water,’ ‘Suburbicon,’ ‘mother!,’ and Many More
Will 2017 be the year that Venice gets its king-making mojo back? After a steady run of debuting recent best picture winners — from “Spotlight” to “Birdman” — the festival missed out on last year’s big winner, “Moonlight,” which bowed at Telluride. This year’s lineup is a promising one, and while it’s still very early in the process, it’s difficult not to pick through today’s announcement of the festival’s slate and not search for the big contenders.

As was previously announced, the festival will open with Alexander Payne’s social satire “Downsizing,” starring Matt Damon and Kristen Wiig. The festival will also play home to the premiere of the Netflix original “Our Souls at Night,” as part of their planned tribute to stars Robert Redford and Jane Fonda. Annette Bening will lead the competition jury, ending an 11-year succession of male jury chiefs.

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Kitano's Outrage Coda: New Trailer and Poster

I've fallen behind on my Outrage, I'm afraid, but here's a new trailer and poster for Outrage Coda. It's the third installment in what's become a series for Kitano Takeshi, following the original in 2010, which I quite enjoyed, and Outrage Beyond (2012), which I have yet to see. The story follows Ootomo, "who was stubbed in the jail in the last chapter of this franchise. Ootomo gets involved with new Yakuza battles after he comes back to the Yakuza society," according to the synopsis at IMDb. I'm sure we'll learn more in the next few months. The film is heading for theatrical release in Japan on October 7, 2017. Watch the trailer below and also enjoy the full-sized poster (you can click to embiggen)....

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Takeshi Kitano Gets Ruthless In New Trailer For ‘Outrage Coda’

In 2010, Takeshi Kitano returned to the yakuza genre with “Outrage,” a grim, violent, and cynical look at the world of Japanese gangsters. The film played at Cannes, where it received very good notices, and it was successful enough to spawn a sequel two years later with “Outrage Beyond.” I haven’t kept up with the series, which is now getting ready to close with “Outrage Coda,” but it looks like fans will get a healthy helping of Kitano at his wildest.

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First English-language trailer for Takeshi Kitano's 'Outrage Coda'

First English-language trailer for Takeshi Kitano's 'Outrage Coda'
Exclusive: Watch first teaser for final film in Kitano’s Outrage Trilogy.

Screen can reveal the first full-length English language trailer for Outrage Coda, written, directed, and starring Takeshi Kitano.

Watch the trailer for the Yakuza thriller below or on YouTube Here.

Outrage Coda is the third and final instalment in Kitano’s Outrage trilogy. Starring alongside Beat Takeshi are Toshiyuki Nishida, Nao Ohmori, and Pierre Taki.

The plot sees veteran gangster Otomo attempting to rebuild his old gang having returned from exile in Korea, and settling old scores once and for all.

Warner Bros Japan and Office Kitano are releasing the film in Japan on October 7, with the film set to premiere internationally in an Autumn festival.

It is a Bandai Visual, TV Tokyo, Warner Bros Pictures Japan, Tohokushinsha Film Corporation and Office Kitano Production. Co-producers are Masayuki Mori and Takio Yoshida.

Celluloid Dreams handles world sales.

The film crew includes composer Keiichi Suzuki, cinematographer [link=nm
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Celluloid boards sales on Takeshi Kitano’s 'Outrage Coda'

Exclusive: Third instalment in gangster trilogy will hit Japanese screens in October.

Paris-based Celluloid Dreams is joining forces with Takeshi Kitano once again to sell Outrage Coda, the third installment in his high-octane gangster thriller trilogy, in which he reprises his role as veteran Yakuza lieutenant Otomo.

The deal continues a long-running collaboration between Takeshi Kitano’s company Office Kitano and Hengameh Panahi’s Paris-based Celluloid Dreams, which has handled international sales on 14 features by the Japanese director.

The film follows on from the 2010 Outrage and 2012 Outrage Beyond [pictured], revolving around the fierce war between rival gangs, the Sanno and the Hanabishi, which ended in the defeat of the Sanno clan.

Outrage Coda sees Sanno member Otomo return from exile in Korea, where he has been working with local crime organisations, and attempt to rebuild his old gang with the support of his new Korean allies as well as settle old scores.

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