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Cannes Adds Michel Hazanavicius, Mohammad Rasoulof, Emanuel Parvu Titles to Official Competition

The Cannes Film Festival has unveiled new additions to the Official Selection for its upcoming 77th edition from May 14 to May 25. Three new films have been added to the Competition lineup: Oscar-winning director Michel Hazanavicius’ animated feature The Most Precious of Cargoes, Iranian director Mohammad Rasoulof’s Seed of the Sacred Fig and Emanuel Parvu’s Three Miles to the […]

Diane Kruger, Fatih Akin Reunite for ‘Amrum’

Diane Kruger is re-teaming with her In the Fade director Fatih Akin on the new German period drama Amrum, which began principal photography in Hamburg today. The film follows a family living in a small village on Amrum Island in rural northern Germany in early 1945, in the final days of World War II. The […]

Netflix to Present Sneak Peek of New Wallace & Gromit, Zack Snyder’s ‘Twilight of the Gods’ at Annecy

Claymation legends Nick Park and Merlin Crossingham will offer stop-motion fans a sneak peek at their upcoming Wallace & Gromit film at this year’s Annecy animation festival. The still-untitled feature will see inveterate, cheese-loving inventor Wallace designing a “smart gnome” for the family garden who begins to develop a mind of its own. As events […]

Cillian Murphy, ‘Kin’ Season 2 Among Irish Film & Television Awards Winners

Cillian Murphy, Kin season two and Paul Mescal were among the winners of the Irish Film & Television Awards 2024, which were handed out during a ceremony in Dublin on Saturday. Lies We Tell, about an orphaned teenage heiress in 19th-century Ireland who is forced to embrace the dark legacy of her family, led the […]

Cannes Film Festival 2024 Poster Unveiled

The Cannes Film Festival has unveiled the official poster for its 77th edition. Cannes likes to evoke cinematic history in its official merch, and this year’s poster is no exception. It features a scene from Rhapsody in August, Japanese classic from the late Akira Kurosawa, which premiered out of competition in Cannes in 1991. In […]

Sony Pictures Classics to Re-Release 4K Version of ‘Run Lola Run’ for 25th Anniversary

Lola better get some new sneakers. Sony Pictures Classics has announced it will re-release Tom Tykwer’s 1999 German action classic Run Lola Run, in a new 4K restored version, in U.S. cinemas this summer, timed to the 25th anniversary of the movie’s original domestic bow. Franka Potente stars as the titular athletic Lola in the […]

BAFTA Confirms Date for 2025 Awards

BAFTA has confirmed the date for next year’s film awards ceremony, which will be held Sunday, February 16, 2025. The date means the BAFTAs will come exactly two weeks before the 2025 Oscars, set for March 2. Once again, the British awards will take place smack in the middle of the Berlin Film Festival, which […]

Netflix Adds Cesc Gay-Directed Drama ’53 Domingos’ to Spanish Film Slate

Netflix will produce and release 53 Domingos, the new film from Spanish director Cesc Gay, an adaptation of his own award-winning theater play. The dramedy follows three brothers who meet up to discuss what to do with their octogenarian father who has started behaving oddly. As they debate whether to put him in a nursing […]

Rupert Everett Honored at Lovers Film Festival in Italy

Rupert Everett landed in Turin, Italy, on Thursday to collect the Star of the Mole, the special award given by the National Cinema Museum to personalities who have left an indelible mark on the world of cinema and society. The award — a pink star — is presented during the Lovers Film Festival, Europe’s oldest […]

Roger Dicken, VFX Artist on ‘Alien’ and ‘When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth,’ Dies at 84

Roger Dicken, the Oscar-nominated British special effects artist, sculptor and model maker known for his work on Alien and When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth, has died. He was 84. Dicken died Feb. 18 at his home in North Wales, Mick Cooper, a friend of more than five decades, told The Hollywood Reporter. On his first […]

How the Beijing Film Fest Played a Crucial Role in the Career of Acclaimed Director Gu Xiaogang

Gu Xiaogang knows firsthand the impact that international film festivals can have. Gu turned to the Beijing International Film Festival back in 2018 in an effort to get his breakthrough feature, Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains, made. He took his film to BJIFF’s project market and he walked away with the funds he needed after […]

Mubi Picks Up Elizabeth Sankey’s ‘Witches’ Worldwide (Exclusive)

Art house streamer Mubi has picked up worldwide rights for Witches, the new documentary feature from British director Elizabeth Sankey (Romantic Comedy) and will roll out the movie globally following its world premiere in the Viewpoints section of the Tribeca Festival in June. Inspired by Sankey’s own struggles with mental health, the film draws connections […]