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  • The film premiered at the 2017 London Film Festival from October 4th to 15th, and will be on general release on February 23rd, 2018. (indian.co.uk)
  • 16.30 MAIN HALL 2017, 19′, colour, stereo, DCP, 16:9 fiction / drama Following a failed episode in Berlin, Mitja returns to Slovenia, where he is awaited by his boyfriend Bojan. (fsf.si)
  • 11.30 MAIN HALL 2017, 15′, colour, stereo, DCP, 1:1.85 fiction / drama After serving his sentence, Nikolaj leaves the community home insecure, knowing deep down that the return home is not going to be easy. (fsf.si)
  • 22.45 AMFITEATER 2017, 18′, colour, stereo, DCP, 16:9 fiction / drama, comedy Bojan and his wife Ida seem to live a harmonious life, yet without any physical contact between them. (fsf.si)
  • 20.30 AMFITEATER 2017, 15′, colour, Dolby SR, DCP, 1:1.85 fiction / drama It has been exactly 100 years since Marcel Duchamp exhibited his famous work Fountain, which basically was a mere urinal. (fsf.si)
  • 18.45 MAIN HALL 2017, 9′, colour, stereo, HD File, 1:2.35 fiction / drama Before embarking on a long journey, Alja has to say goodbye to Iris. (fsf.si)
  • 09.30 MAIN HALL 2017, 11′, b-w, stereo, HD File, 4:3 fiction / drama, comedy Passing the time knitting socks, doing crosswords and watching TV home shopping ads, lonely Grandma has her routine disturbed by an annoying fly. (fsf.si)
  • 09.30 MAIN HALL 2017, 16′, colour, stereo, HD File, 1:2.35 fiction / fantasy drama A film about adolescents and about how each individual should assume responsibility for their actions. (fsf.si)
  • As a filmmaker, Estevez most recently wrote, directed and starred in the film The Public, which premiered at TIFF in 2018. (deadline.com)
  • Star Showbiz: Can you tell us something about the TV dramas that you have been a part of in 2018? (thedailystar.net)
  • Composer Khaled Mouzanar, from left, director Nadine Labaki, actors Zain Al Rafeea, and Yordanos Shiferaw pose for photographers upon arrival at the premiere of the film "Capharnaum" at the 71st international film festival, Cannes, southern France, on May 17, 2018. (mainichi.jp)
  • It tells the rags to riches American Dream story of Rocky Balboa, an uneducated, kind-hearted working class Italian-American boxer, working as a debt collector for a loan shark in the slums of Philadelphia. (yahoo.com)
  • Always in control but kind-hearted. (lompocrecord.com)
  • Three Men and a Baby is a 1987 comedy film directed by Leonard Nimoy, and starring Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg, Ted Danson and Nancy Travis. (ranker.com)
  • Baby Boom is a 1987 comedy film starring Diane Keaton. (ranker.com)
  • In the 1980s, he graduated to Hitchcockian thrillers like "The Bedroom Window" (1987) and "Bad Influence" (1990), which paved the way for his true breakthrough film, "The Hand That Rocks the Cradle" (1992), a tense psychological thriller that became his first bona fide box office hit. (cineplex.com)
  • Shelton graduated from UW's School of Drama in 1987, then left acting for directing. (seattlemet.com)
  • In addition to appearing in all three The Godfather movies, she starred in eight Woody Allen films, including Sleeper , Annie Hall , Manhattan , Radio Days (1987) and Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993). (turner.com)
  • Event Horizon is a 1997 British-American science fiction horror film. (ranker.com)
  • Zeus and Roxanne is a 1997 family comedy/adventure film directed by George T. Miller. (ranker.com)
  • Lancashire's next role was district nurse Ruth Goddard in the ITV drama series Where the Heart Is , which began airing in 1997. (yahoo.com)
  • Also in 1997 she filmed a situation comedy for the BBC, Bloomin' Marvellous , in which she played Liz, one half of an argumentative married couple trying for a baby. (yahoo.com)
  • The 2019 film "Blackbird" follows the story of Lily (Susan Sarandon), who is terminally ill with ALS. (amny.com)
  • The film officially premiered at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival and has earned a 71% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. (amny.com)
  • Viveik Kalra, Nell Williams, and Aaron Phagura appear in "Blinded by the Light" by Gurinder Chadha, an official selection of the Premieres program at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. (campuscircle.com)
  • It is the Sundance Film Festival, starting its 2019 edition Thursday night, that draws the hopeful year after year the way these snowy hills lured miners once upon a time. (campuscircle.com)
  • Murder Mystery is a 2019 American comedy mystery film directed by Kyle Newacheck and written by James Vanderbilt. (askdavid.com)
  • But audiences found the black Trans Am-driving Reynolds' high-speed car-chase movie irresistible, and it came in second to "Star Wars" as the year's top-grossing film. (cantonrep.com)
  • So for this year's write-up, I'm dividing the categories into the various reasons I watched the dramas in the first place. (dramabeans.com)
  • The teenager also made history as the youngest-ever best actress nominee for her role in Chinese filmmaker Vivian Qu's drama Angels Wear White, which also competed in this year's Venice film festival. (channelnewsasia.com)
  • This year's Festival included 89 features and 60 short films from 46 countries, programmed by a team led by Tribeca's Chief Creative Officer Geoff Gilmore, new Artistic Director Frederic Boyer, and Director of Programming Genna Terranova. (filmfestivals.com)
  • Much discussed at this year's festival has been gender equality at the film festival and Cannes' past rate of selecting female filmmakers to its competition lineup. (mainichi.jp)
  • Martha Stephens' period drama was a crowd favorite at last year's Sundance Film Festival. (indiewire.com)
  • Most films are ephemeral, some are slow burners, but there are just a few which become instant classics, and immediately connect with audiences. (listverse.com)
  • The tax increase for foreign produced TV films, tele dramas, soaps was a step in the right direction to revitalize the TV and movie industry in Sri Lanka, and encourage domestic exponents in the field to produce quality indigenous material suitable for Sri Lankan audiences and preserve indigenous cultural and moral values. (nation.lk)
  • The film focuses on the plight of young ex-LTTE militants and though mainly in Tamil language, it reached both Sinhala and Tamil audiences alike due to the effective use of subtitles. (nation.lk)
  • The film, which left preview audiences in tears, opened July 22 on more than 4,000 Chinese screens-an unprecedented number. (newsweek.com)
  • Early in his directing career, Feng won over audiences with his comedies Party A, Party B and Be There or Be Square -small ventures that explored the lives of ordinary folks from rapidly changing urban China. (newsweek.com)
  • For a generation, The Mighty Ducks stood for teamwork, friendship, and heart and we're excited to see the Ducks fly together once again and bring the franchise to new audiences around the world. (deadline.com)
  • And Chinese audiences these days like to go watch bigger films. (hollywoodreporter.com)
  • The chilling drama about a wealthy family entangled in deadly political and business intrigues was also voted best film by audiences. (channelnewsasia.com)
  • The film, which tells the story of a security guard at a factory that makes Buddha statues, has struck a chord with Taiwanese audiences as it focuses on the struggles of ordinary people against the backdrop of a widening wealth gap. (channelnewsasia.com)
  • Sabnam Faria won the hearts of audiences with her very first drama. (thedailystar.net)
  • It's been so gratifying to see the audiences react so positively to the films, and our juries have been equally passionate. (filmfestivals.com)
  • Although the story is based in India, due to issues, filming was moved to Sri Lanka where the director fell in love with the charming coconut palm fringed setting of the Bolgoda Lake. (timeout.com)
  • Birds of Paradise," a new drama from the director of the buzzy indie "Buster's Mal Heart," has been set at Amazon Studios with producer Anonymous Content. (variety.com)
  • Director Radu Jude's richly detailed camerawork-shot on 35mm film in the full-screen, square Academy ratio-provides a master class in mise-en-scène. (filmmovement.com)
  • Few would understand the trials and tribulations of living with a special-needs child, but as the mother of a son on the autism spectrum, director Janet Grillo ( Fly Away ) ably and unsentimentally immerses viewers in that demanding experience with Jack of the Red Hearts . (villagevoice.com)
  • A former high school dropout who became a photographer and editor at Cinema magazine, writer-director Curtis Hanson honed his filmmaking skills by writing screenplays for low-budget horror flicks before directing eventually Oscar-caliber films. (cineplex.com)
  • He was instrumental in helping actress Faye Dunaway land her seminal role in "Bonnie and Clyde" (1967), when his pictures of her on another film set where seen by actor-producer Warren Beatty and director Arthur Penn. (cineplex.com)
  • Hanson used his clout with Dunaway to gain access to that set, where he interviewed director Penn and Beatty for the magazine.During this time, Hanson befriended several big name directors of the day, including Don Siegel and Sam Fuller, the latter of whom invited the ambitious young man to watch him edit his films. (cineplex.com)
  • Foreign films and teledramas are dubbed with the basic motive of tapping the Sinhala audience at a lower cost and thereby increase the profit margin of TV stations, according to veteran film director Asoka Handagama. (nation.lk)
  • literally: "Leftover Girl as Bodyguard") is a 2012 Taiwanese television series starring Alien Huang and Summer Meng, and directed by Golden Bell Award-winning director Fung Kai. (wikipedia.org)
  • The cast also features Jonathan Groff ( Spring Awakening ), Stephen Spinella ( Angels in America ), Normal Heart Broadway co-director Joel Grey ( Cabaret ), Denis O'Hare ( Take Me Out ), BD Wong ( M. Butterfly ), Alfred Molina ( Red ), Corey Stoll ( A View from the Bridge ) and Finn Wittrock ( Death of a Salesman ). (playbill.com)
  • The creative team for the film includes production designer Shane Valentino, director of photography Danny Moder, editor Adam Penn, costume designer Daniel Orlandi and composer Cliff Martinez. (playbill.com)
  • As a director, Feng has become a strong draw on his own-an anomaly in Chinese entertainment, where movie stars usually make or break a film. (newsweek.com)
  • Since 1970, Eastwood has enjoyed parallel success as director-producer of his own Malpaso Productions, with Bird , Mystic River and Letters from Iwo Jima , demonstrating formidable directing credentials. (google.com)
  • In 2015, Academy Award-winning director Terry George (Hotel Rwanda, In the Name of the Father) took on the challenge of making the first mainstream film about the Armenian Genocide, despite previous failed attempts. (filmcourage.com)
  • British composer Harry Escott and artist PJ Harvey have collaborated on An Acre of Land , a new recording that is the theme to Dark River, the latest film by Director Clio Barnard. (indian.co.uk)
  • The news was announced by film director Amy Heckerling on Thursday (25th June). (contactmusic.com)
  • Produced by Dev Jolly, it was directed by Rafiq Rizvi - whose career as a director came to a close with this film. (accademiamandolinisticapugliese.it)
  • I love foreign films---interestingly my favorite French foreign film director, Jean Pierre Jeunet, co-directed one of the Alien sequels so you can't go wrong there. (swap-bot.com)
  • Writer-director Chen Daming is considered a young rising talent in the Chinese film world. (hollywoodreporter.com)
  • Taiwanese actress Vicky Chen (2nd left), Taiwanese director Yang Ya-che (centre) and actress Kara Hui Ying-hung (2nd right) pose with members of the cast after their film "The Bold, the Corrupt, and the Beautiful" won Best Feature Film at Taiwan's 54th Golden Horse film awards. (channelnewsasia.com)
  • TAIPEI: Taiwanese director Yang Ya-che's thriller The Bold, the Corrupt, and the Beautiful dominated the Golden Horse awards, dubbed the Chinese Oscars, winning the coveted best film and two acting awards on Saturday (Nov 25). (channelnewsasia.com)
  • Taiwanese director Ang Lee (left) and Taiwanese director and actress Sylvia Chang (right) pose together at Taiwan's 54th Golden Horse film awards. (channelnewsasia.com)
  • A Frozen Flower " and "Blind" Director Yoo Ha 's last film, " A Frozen Flower ", was a rich and compelling and it caught my attention when I was first getting into Korean cinema. (hancinema.net)
  • Best New Director prizes were awarded to a first-time director for both narrative and documentary films, selected from a pool of 24 feature films throughout the program. (filmfestivals.com)
  • We salute the courage of the jury to award films that not only tell stories about real issues in the world, but are beautifully constructed and crafted," said Frederic Boyer, TFF Artistic Director. (filmfestivals.com)
  • Michael Osinski co-founded Flashpoint Theatre Company in Philadelphia, where he served as the Producing Artistic Director and directed Caryl Churchill's Far Away , Neil LaBute's autobahn , and four other local premieres. (dramaleague.org)
  • Zi Alikhan is a theatre director who couldn't be more honored to begin working with The Drama League. (dramaleague.org)
  • director John Turturro's musical comedy "Romance and Cigarettes," starring opposite James Gandolfini, Kate Winslet and Steve Buscemi, "Mr. Woodcock" opposite Billy Bob Thornton, and the Paul Haggis film "In the Valley of Elah. (cinemareview.com)
  • Australian director Phillip Noyce's stolen generation drama Rabbit-Proof Fence impressed as the highest opener of the week. (screendaily.com)
  • That Lynn is honored by the Television Academy is not only a tribute to her accomplishments as a director but her style of directing. (lompocrecord.com)
  • The drama follows Elliot Anderson ( Kevin Costner , reteaming with director Mike Binder after 2005's The Upside of Anger ) who is entwined in a custody battle against Rowena ( Octavia Spencer ) over his biracial granddaughter, Eloise ( Jillian Estel ) after both his wife and daughter die. (thefilmstage.com)
  • Marking Binder's first project as both director and writer since Reign Over Me in 2007, check out the trailer below for the film also starring Andre Holland, Anthony Mackie, Bill Burr, David Jensen, Gillian Jacobs, Indigo, Jennifer Ehle , and Mpho Koaho . (thefilmstage.com)
  • As a director I was finding it hard to source short-form material that I really wanted to direct and as a result I started writing my own scripts after spending some time studying the craft. (writersguild.org.uk)
  • Richard Brooks, a director, producer and screenwriter whose films included "The Blackboard Jungle," "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" and "Looking for Mr. Goodbar," died Wednesday at his home in Beverly Hills. (baltimoresun.com)
  • The director was on hand for a lively Q&A after the screening in which a number of contentious issues were discussed, but overall I think the film was well received - but just not quite what the audience had been led to expect. (eatmybrains.com)
  • Managing Director, Jeff Zinn, directs. (gloucesterstage.com)
  • Jacob Gronlykke directed this $3 million Danish drama, the first production filmed completely in Greenland, with Inuit dialogue. (movies.com)
  • A new remake of a Danish film weaves together drama and humor as a woman brings her family together one last time before she ends her life. (amny.com)
  • This brooding Danish drama (directed by May el-Toukhy) is an intense, convincingly done family story detailing what happens when a teenage stepson moves in with his father and his second wife. (campuscircle.com)
  • My first film of the day was a Danish thriller Murk (4 stars) about a journalist who is investigating the apparent suicide of his sister. (eatmybrains.com)
  • Dana Wynter, a leading lady who acted opposite some of Hollywood's biggest names in the 1950s but won enduring fame as the imperiled heroine of a low-budget science-fiction film about aggressive pod people, " Invasion of the Body Snatchers ," died May 5 of congestive heart failure at a hospital in Ojai, Calif., according to the Los Angeles Times. (washingtonpost.com)
  • Sarah is a talented, visionary filmmaker who we're so happy is part of the Amazon family, and we can't wait to bring her next story to life with Birds of Paradise," said Julie Rapaport, film co-head at Amazon Studios. (variety.com)
  • The film also goes a long way toward cementing Feng's reputation as the country's most important filmmaker. (newsweek.com)
  • Entertaining, illuminating and packed with information, Aim for the Heart is the first book to cover his full life in the movies, showing how as both actor and filmmaker Eastwood aims for the heart of the drama, whatever the story. (google.com)
  • Cohen's description of Hitchcock's films as "exercises in the indeterminacy of language" is intriguing because, not only does it place him within a firmly modernist context through comparison with James, but it also suggests a particularly modernist theme running throughout Hitchcock's work as a filmmaker: namely, a loss of faith in the stability and authority of the linguistic sign. (thefreelibrary.com)
  • Even if you've seen one high school film too many, the exceptional rapport between costars Pete Davidson and Griffin Gluck as wildly age-inappropriate friends holds us and takes us where filmmaker Jason Orley wants to go. (campuscircle.com)
  • Sam Waterston, playing a good-hearted philosophy professor, fares the best, primarily because his long tenure on Law & Order has so sharpened his skill at delivering pedantic, moralizing speeches. (chicagoreader.com)
  • Notable for his many iconic roles in the films of the Coen Brothers, Steven Spielberg's 2002 sci-fi golden egg "Minority Report" and, even, really big-budget comic book fare such as 2008's more action-oriented "The Incredible Hulk", Nelson really takes to task all that he's learned as a character actor and apply it to his own original creation. (hubpages.com)
  • A Mighty Heart is a detailed account of the search for kidnapped Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl in 2002. (wikipedia.org)
  • Perhaps best known for her long comedic collaboration with Allen - including Play It Again, Sam (1972), Sleeper (1973), Love and Death (1975), Manhattan (1979) and more - she has proven herself equally adept at dramatic roles, with powerhouse performances in films such as Looking for Mr. Goodbar (1977), Reds (1981), The Little Drummer Girl (1984) and Marvin's Room (1996). (turner.com)
  • In 1972, she broke into film with Francis Ford Coppola's The Godfather and Woody Allen's Play It Again, Sam , reprising a role she had performed on stage. (turner.com)
  • The film also launched a subsequent television show, running from 1988 to 1989. (ranker.com)
  • 2 days ago · When Calls the Heart is a Canadian-American television drama series , inspired by Janette Oke's book of the same name from her Canadian West series , and developed by Michael Landon Jr. The series began airing on the Hallmark Channel in the United States on January 11, 2014, and on April 16, 2014 on Super Channel in Canada. (yahoo.com)
  • Whether on film or television or other recorded media such radio. (arts.ac.uk)
  • MA Screen: Acting prepares you for work in film and television and related fields by bringing together the key artistic knowledge and skills that are needed to give a truthful and exciting performance on screen. (arts.ac.uk)
  • MA Screen: Acting breaks away from the traditional stage-focused training by providing a specific programme directly relevant to film and television. (arts.ac.uk)
  • After directing the dueling-sisters comedy-drama "In Her Shoes (2005), poker drama "Lucky You" (2007) and television political drama "Too Big to Fail" (HBO 2010), Hanson fell ill with heart trouble during the filming of surf drama "Chasing Mavericks" (2012), causing the film to be finished by Michael Apted. (cineplex.com)
  • During the budget speech, the government said that they would increase the levy on foreign films and television dramas dubbed into Sinhala and Tamil from Rs. (nation.lk)
  • Wakista said that the levy is a direct attack on dubbing artistes by veterans of the film and television drama industry as they believe these dubbed dramas steal their market. (nation.lk)
  • Gregory Harrison is probably best known for playing Dr. Gonzo Gates on the long-running TV series, Trapper John, M.D. But his career has spanned television, film and theater, both as an actor and behind the scenes. (talkinbroadway.com)
  • In part, HEAL THE LIVING is a medical procedural, like on ER or countless television dramas, but what sets it apart is its fuller emotional portrait of the patients and their families, and its lush cinematic approach to the subject. (awfj.org)
  • BBC television series 'Peaky Blinders' starring Cillian Murphy, and BBC Radio 4 Drama productions Eurydice and Orpheus by Simon Armitage and Orpheus and Eurydice by Linda Marshall Griffiths, and Nadia Molinari's On Kosovo Field. (indian.co.uk)
  • The hard-working actress has made a career of choosing diverse and challenging projects both in film and television. (cinemareview.com)
  • Film/television credits include Guiding Light, Lifetime Television for Women and local commercials and voice work. (gloucesterstage.com)
  • One of the first feature length Hollywood films shot in Sri Lanka was Elephant Walk starring Elizabeth Taylor. (timeout.com)
  • Released in the shadow of the McCarthy-era Hollywood blacklists, the film has been widely described and dissected as a metaphor for anti-communist paranoia and unthinking conformism. (washingtonpost.com)
  • After the IPO of Bona Film Group, the first Chinese film firm to list in the U.S., he sat down at the Nasdaq building in Times Square to talk to The Hollywood Reporter 's New York bureau chief Georg Szalai about his remake of What Women Want , the Mel Gibson - Helen Hunt Hollywood film, the Chinese film market, future plans and his relationship with Bona. (hollywoodreporter.com)
  • After completing his studies, Williams worked in Hollywood, orchestrating and performing piano on film scores for composers such as Alfred Newman, Bernard Herrmann, Elmer Bernstein and Jerry Goldsmith. (moviemusicuk.us)
  • The film, which stars newcomers Everlyn Sampi, Tianna Sansbury and Laura Monaghan alongside screen veterans David Gulpilil and Kenneth Branagh (also appearing in the Harry Potter sequel), played particularly well in London's West End. (screendaily.com)
  • Nadine Labaki's "Capernaum" premiered Thursday night at the Cannes Film Festival where the neo-realistic drama about street kids in Lebanon received a rousing standing ovation. (mainichi.jp)
  • Having had the chance to sample a wide selection, I feel this is an especially strong year, not only in documentary, always a Sundance strength, but in drama as well. (campuscircle.com)
  • The effect that these deficits can have on one's cognition is demonstrated powerfully in the documentary film ' My Beautiful Broken Brain' , which tells the story of Lotje Sodderland, a young Londoner who suffered an intra-cerebral haemorrhage in 2011. (bmj.com)
  • The world competition winners for narrative and documentary films were chosen from 12 narrative and 12 documentary features from 18 countries. (filmfestivals.com)
  • Awards were also given for the best narrative short, best documentary short and student visionary films in the short film competitions. (filmfestivals.com)
  • The Northwest Film Center recognizes and honors the Indigenous peoples of this region on whose ancestral lands the museum now stands. (nwfilm.org)
  • Herzog's film, something of a curiosity in film history due to the fact that almost the entire cast performed while under hypnosis, tells the story of a small, 18th-century Bavarian village thrown into chaos after the death of its foremost resident-a glass blower and the lone holder of the secret recipe of the brilliant "ruby glass. (nwfilm.org)
  • Executive-produced by Murphy, Jason Blum, Dede Gardner and Dante Di Loreto, "The Normal Heart," according to press notes, "tells the story of the onset of the HIV-AIDS crisis in New York City in the early 1980s, taking an unflinching look at the nation's sexual politics as gay activists and their allies in the medical community fought to expose the truth about the burgeoning epidemic to a city in denial. (playbill.com)
  • This Iranian drama, set in the 80's, depicts the depressing realities of life in Tehran, and yet contains an optimistic outlook as it tells the story of a cabdriver looking for his stolen car. (gowatchit.com)
  • In most of his roles," Playboy magazine observed in 1979, "he portrays a kind of macho pixy who often doesn't take himself or even the film he's in very seriously. (cantonrep.com)
  • In the ensuing decades, she played mostly decorative roles, appearing as a beguiling brunette in dramas such "D-Day the Sixth of June" (1956) with Robert Taylor and "Something of Value," a 1957 film about the Mau Mau uprisings in Kenya with Rock Hudson and Sidney Poitier. (washingtonpost.com)
  • Prior to that, Sarandon had key roles in the films "Shall We Dance" with Richard Gere, "Alfie" opposite Jude Law, and "Noel" with Robin Williams, Paul Walker and Penelope Cruz. (cinemareview.com)
  • The film also stars Kerri Russell, center, and Cheryl Hines. (sfgate.com)
  • The film stars. (ranker.com)
  • So are creators Mark Frost and David Lynch, who also stars in and directs Showtime's 18-hour revival that kicks off with a two-hour premiere on May 21. (aarp.org)
  • Three-time Oscar nominee Johnny Depp (Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, Finding Neverland, the Pirates of the Caribbean films) stars as notorious mobster James "Whitey" Bulger in the drama Black Mass, directed by Scott Cooper (Crazy Heart). (lights-camera-jackson.com)
  • This Box Set has to one of my favourite war films, Battle of Britain it is packed full of stars and the film summarises the efforts of the famous outnumbered RAF who flew to fight the luftwaffe over the skies of England in June 1940. (ebay.co.uk)
  • Co-filmmakers Remy Auberjonois and Kate Nowlin (the pair co-wrote the film, while Auberjonois directed and Nowlin stars) deftly feminize the warrior archetype while building the story to an emotional crescendo, reminding us of how little we understand post-traumatic stress beyond its definition. (laemmle.com)
  • My final film of the day was Dorm (3 stars), the latest Thai horror production which is released nationwide this coming weekend. (eatmybrains.com)
  • NYT23) UNDATED -- May 1, 2007 -- WAITRESS-FILM-REVIEW -- "Waitress," the final film by Adrienne Shelley, left, opens Wednesday in New York and Los Angeles. (sfgate.com)
  • It centers on a young man much like him, Emanuel (Lucian Teodor Rus), who receives that diagnosis when he arrives at a sanitarium by the sea as the film opens in 1937. (filmmovement.com)
  • The decision for Lily to end her life is made before the film opens. (amny.com)
  • The film opens with her as a teenager who breaks the heart of a boy in love with her. (gowatchit.com)
  • The mournful, paranoid quality of ''Eternal Sunshine,'' which opens nationwide today, especially brings to mind REM's ''South Central Rain'': ''The city on the river, there's a girl without a dream,'' which turns out to be literally true later in this film for Clem (Kate Winslet). (nytimes.com)
  • Mantell was a character actor with more than 70 film and TV credits who received an Academy Award nomination in 1956 for his performance as Angie, the best friend of Ernest Borgnine in "Marty. (blogspot.ca)
  • Indian Bollywood film actors Ranveer Singh (R) and Deepika Padukone attend their first look trailer launch of the upcoming romantic-drama Hindi film 'Ram Leela' directed and produced by Sanjay Leela Bhansali in Mumbai on September 16, 2013. (ibtimes.co.in)
  • Alongside details of all his movies, Eastwood's story is illustrated with film stills, glimpses behind the scenes, and rare poster advertising material. (google.com)
  • The film starts off with John Nash (Crowe) at Princeton University, who was there for scholarship of mathematics alongside with other well respected classmates. (bartleby.com)
  • Beginning production in 2015 on what George hopes will be the Armenian "Schindler's List", he directs The Promise, a sweeping World War I romantic drama set in the heart of the Ottoman Empire during the 1915 Armenian Genocide that wiped out 1.5 million Armenians. (filmcourage.com)
  • The 11th annual Tribeca Film Festival, co-founded by Robert De Niro, Jane Rosenthal and Craig Hatkoff, and presented by founding sponsor American Express, announced the winners of its competition categories tonight at a ceremony hosted at the Conrad New York in New York City. (filmfestivals.com)
  • However, Andrew O'Hehir, film critic for Salon.com , while finding Jolie's performance "restrained and dignified", dismissed the film itself, writing, "it feels like an extra-long episode of 24 with a bad conscience and a bad ending. (wikipedia.org)
  • Film critic Neil Young, who annually compiles odds for the Palme, put "Capernaum" as the front-runner. (mainichi.jp)
  • In the film Lotje presents the world around her after her stroke as surreal and frightening, comparing it to a David Lynch film. (bmj.com)
  • Well-respected character actor Tim Blake Nelson wrote and directed this indie ensemble drama, and it bears all the earmarks of an actor's film: he's attracted a stellar cast of serious-minded players, but they fight a losing battle against the characters' overwritten dialogue and unlikely behavior. (chicagoreader.com)
  • As an actress, Shelly became known for starring in the ironic and gently absurd early films of Hal Hartley. (sfgate.com)
  • Although filmed with star Vivien Leigh in the lead role as the actress quit two days into filming she was promptly replaced by Taylor. (timeout.com)
  • Current student Mirin Barr won Best Actress at the Campus Moviefest Awards for her part in 'One Beautiful Day', directed by fellow student Rudina Hatipi. (arts.ac.uk)
  • The American Film Institute (AFI) Board of Trustees announced today that legendary actress Diane Keaton will be the recipient of the 45th AFI Life Achievement Award , the highest honor for a career in film. (turner.com)
  • Fearing for the safety of the film crew, the Karachi scenes were shot in Pune, India. (wikipedia.org)
  • Most scenes of the film were shot at the BMICH, Independence Square and the entrance of the John Keells head Quarters and Colombo Harbour. (timeout.com)
  • But since Corman was disappointed in the box office results, he had Hanson reshoot additional sex scenes and re-released the film under the alternate titles, "The Arousers" and "A Kiss from Eddie. (cineplex.com)
  • As with seemingly everyone of his age who wielded a camera, Hanson had his start penning "The Dunwich Horror" (1970) for the definitive mentor, Roger Corman, before directing "Sweet Kill" (1973) for the low-brow producer. (cineplex.com)
  • In 1970, Ms. Wynter appeared as Lancaster's wife in "Airport," but her film career mostly trailed off after she married and had a son. (washingtonpost.com)
  • The Garfield High grad, who films naturalistic indies that play Sundance and Cannes, claims her heart remains in her hometown. (seattlemet.com)
  • Instead of prospectors from places as far away as Scotland, Ireland, Scandinavia and even China, Sundance attracted 14,259 film submissions from a whopping 152 countries, almost double the 87 nations who compete for the foreign language Oscar. (campuscircle.com)