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Articles from August 2011

Deauville Announces Line-Up, Additional Premieres
Ryan Gosling and Jessica Chastain to receive Deauville's Un Nouvel Hollywood award, feting upcoming American acting talent.The Deauville Festival Of American Film, running Sept 2-11, has unveiled its competition line-up featuring 14 films, nine of which...
Desplat, Zimmer, Mansell among World Soundtrack Awards Nominees
The winner of the World Soundtrack Academy's World Soundtrack Awards will be announced at the climax of the Ghent International Film Festival on Oct 22, when disco legend Giorgio Moroder will collect a lifetime achievement award.The film composer of...
Netflix to Launch in Spain in January 2012
Major film streaming and DVD rental site Netflix will arrive in Spain in January 2012, following its success in the US and Canada, but will face a tough challenge in a country ravaged by piracy.The news of Netflix's imminent arrival in Spain has been...
The Loneliest Planet
Dir: Julia Loktev. US/Germany. 2011. 113 mins.Julia Loktev follows up her prize-winning 2006 debut Day Night Day Night with a haunting three-hander set in the sprawling Caucasus Mountains of Georgia. Initially a simple portrait of the playful interactions...
Toronto Adds World Premieres Including Winnie, Killer Elite, Hysteria
The Toronto International Film Festival has today announced dozens more films in its programme.Eight new galas have been added, including David Hare's UK spy film Page Eight as the closing night film. New world premieres include Nick Murphy's supernatural...
Toronto Wavelengths, Future Projections Include Works by Rivers, Weerasethakul, Hopkins, Franco
TIFF's unveils works in Wavelengths and Future Projections, including James Franco and Gus Van Sant meditation on My Own Private Idaho.Dedicated to avant-garde films and video projects, Toronto's Wavelengths programme is split into five distinctive sections....
UK Government Commits [Pounds]363m to Broadband Roll-Out
Counties in England are set to get £294.8m, and Scotland £68.8m, in a move that has significant implications for the film industry. DCMS Secretary Jeremy Hunt today announced that the UK government is committing £363m to taking broadband to hard-to-reach...
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