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Articles from September 5

'A Family': Venice Review
Micaela Ramazzotti and Patrick Bruel star in Sebastiano Riso’s melodrama about professional surrogatesDir: Sebastiano Riso. Italy/France. 2017. 119 minsRelationship drama A Family aims for the ‘harrowing’ bracket but falls short and lands squarely on...
Annapurna Completes $350M Credit Facility
Funding will back future growth for rapidly expanding company.Annapurna has completed a $350m revolving credit facility that will allow Megan Ellison’s company to grow its production, development and distribution activities and expand into new mediums.The...
Backlash as Trump Scraps 'Dreamers' Programme
Disney chief Bob Iger calls decision on immigration scheme ‘cruel and misguided’.US Spanish-language TV networks Telemundo and Univision alongside Disney chief Bob Iger have blasted president Donald Trump for scrapping the Deferred Action for Childhood...
Casey Affleck to Star in Adaptation 'Stoner' for Blumhouse
Joe Wright set to direct, Andrew Bovell set to write script.Blumhouse Productions, Cohen Media Group (CMG) and Film4 have announced that Casey Affleck has signed on to play the title role of William Stoner in the film adaptation of the 1965 John Williams...
'Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond': Venice Review
Compelling documentary looks back at the shooting of Milos Forman’s ‘Man On The Moon’ with Jim Carrey going full method to play Andy KaufmanFull title: ’Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond - The Story of Jim Carrey & Andy Kaufman Featuring a Very Special,...
Kino Lorber Snaps Up Telluride Duo
Kino Lorber has picked up North American rights to Tony Zierra’s Filmworker and Rüdiger Suchsland’s Hitler’s Hollywood.Kino Lorber has picked up North American rights to Tony Zierra’s Filmworker and Rüdiger Suchsland’s Hitler’s Hollywood.Both films screened...
'Mother!': Venice Review
Darren Aronofsky delivers an expressionistic ode to the times we live in.Dir. Darren Aronofsky. US. 2017. 120 minsDarren Aronofsky’s churning fever dream mother! is a devouring and restless experience: a creative surge that’s like the lancing of a boil,...
'My Generation': Venice Review
London in the Swinging Sixties is fondly remembered by Sir Michael CaineDir: David Batty. UK. 2017. 85 minsAs remembered by Michael Caine in documentary My Generation, London in the 1960s was an amazing place: the music was swinging, the colours were...
?'The Third Murder': Venice Review
Hirozaku Kore-Eda turns his hand to crime noirDir/scr/ed: Hirokazu Kore-Eda. Japan, 2017. 124 minMiles away from the deeply moving family dramas (Nobody Knows, Still Walking, I Wish, After the Storm) he is famous for, this film noir shows Hirokazu Kore-Eda...
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