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  • David Oyelowo, Nightingale

    26-Jun-2014

    Having starred in films like Jack Reacher and Lee Daniels’ The Butler, UK-born David Oyelowo talks to Elbert Wyche about his lead role in Nightingale, which premiered at the LA Film Festival in June.
  • VFX on Maleficent

    19-Jun-2014

    Digital Domain’s Kelly Port tells Elbert Wyche how he created technical processes to produce the stellar effects for Disney’s fantasy blockbuster Maleficent.
  • Andrew Rossi, Ivory Tower

    18-Jun-2014

    Director Andrew Rossi takes on the rising debt crisis in his documentary film Ivory Tower, which premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival and opens in the US on June 13 through Samuel Goldwyn. Elbert Wyche reports.
  • Curtis Burch, Words And Pictures

    23-May-2014

    Producer Curtis Burch talks to Elbert Wyche about financing the film, the need for more character-based films in Hollywood, surprises from the cast and his plans for the future.
  • Nicholas Stoller, Neighbors

    10-May-2014

    Nicholas Stoller is the director of such films as Forgetting Sarah Marshall, The Five-Year Engagement and Get Him To The Greek, which he also co-wrote. He is also the screenwriter of Fun With Dick And Jane, Yes Man and this year’s Muppets Most Wanted.
  • François Truffart, COLCOA

    23-Apr-2014

    As the 18th Annual City of Lights, City of Angels (COLCOA) gathers pace, Elbert Wyche speaks to executive producer and artistic director François Truffart about the state of French cinema and his efforts to promote awareness in the US.
  • Paolo Sorrentino, The Great Beauty

    19-Feb-2014

    The director of the Oscar-nominated Italian film talks about shooting in Rome and his leading man, Toni Servillo.
  • Mace Neufeld, Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit

    21-Jan-2014

    Mace Neufeld has produced all five films in the Jack Ryan franchise – The Hunt for Red October, Patriot Games, Clear And Present Danger and The Sum Of All Fears and now Jack Ryan: Shadow Recuit. The producer talks to Elbert Wyche.
  • Adam Wingard, The Guest

    17-Jan-2014

    The fast-rising filmmaker talks to Elbert Wyche about paying homage to the masters and his desire to break – albeit briefly – from the confines of genre filmmaking.
  • Shosh Shlam & Hilla Medalia, Web Junkie

    13-Jan-2014

    Elbert Wyche talks to the Israeli film-makers about their Sundance World Cinema Documentary selection.
  • Zeresenay Berhane Mehari, Difret

    13-Jan-2014

    The Ethiopian filmmaker talks to Elbert Wyche about his World Cinema Dramatic selection. Angelina Jolie serves as executive producer and presenter on Difret, which will screen in Berlin’s Panorama section in February.
  • Golden Globes: nominees react

    13-Dec-2013

    GOLDEN GLOBES: Cinema’s leading lights express gratitude, surprise
  • Keanu Reeves, Man Of Tai Chi

    10-Dec-2013

    Keanu Reeves talks to Screen about his directorial debut, the joys of playing a villain and his love of martial arts in film. 
  • Strand acquires Cat Fish

    4-Dec-2013

    Strand Releasing has acquired US rights to Claudia Sainte-Luce’s The Amazing Cat Fish from Pyramide International.
  • Brian Tyler, composer, Thor: The Dark World

    18-Nov-2013

    Composer Brian Tyler talks to ELBERT WYCHE about his musical process and how scoring Thor: The Dark World was a dream come true.
  • Richard Dreyfuss, Mark Montefiore: Cas & Dylan

    11-Nov-2013

    Screen speaks to Oscar-winning actor Richard Dreyfuss and producer Mark Montefiore about Jason Priestley’s directorial debut.
  • IFP unveils Gotham audience nominees

    7-Nov-2013

    The Independent Filmmaker Project (IFP) has announced the five nominees for the 4th annual Gotham Independent Film Audience Award.
  • Cutie among Cinema Eye honourees

    6-Nov-2013

    Cinema Eye Honors has announced its nominees for the 7th Annual Nonfiction Film Awards. Forty feature films and six shorts will vie for this year’s Cinema Eye Honors for Nonfiction Filmmaking.
  • Stars of Tomorrow 2013: Brits in LA

    6-Nov-2013

    Introducing the rising talents among US-based UK actors, writers and directors whose work is destined to grace our screens for years to come.
  • George Sluizer, Dark Blood

    4-Nov-2013

    The director talks about completing Dark Blood, which halted production following the death of lead actor River Phoenix.
  • SFFS / KRF grantees announced

    31-Oct-2013

    The San Francisco Film Society (SFFS) in partnership with the Kenneth Rainin Foundation (KRF) announced nine narrative projects that will receive a total of $425,000 in funding.
  • Pair to open Korean American FF

    24-Sep-2013

    The annual Korean American Film Festival New York (KAFFNY) has announced it will celebrate its seventh edition from October 24-26 at Village East Cinema in NYC.
  • MoMA sets Berliner Schule show

    20-Sep-2013

    The Museum Of Modern Art has announced that it will present The Berlin School: Films From The Berliner Schule. The exhibition will run from November 20-December 6.
  • Wash Westmoreland and Richard Glatzer, The Last of Robin Hood

    6-Sep-2013

    Elbert Wyche talks to Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland about their new film, The Last of Robin Hood, which will receive its world premiere in Toronto on Sept 6.
  • FilmBuff takes Double Play

    29-Aug-2013

    New York distributor FilmBuff announced that it will release the documentary and Venice Classics selection Double Play: James Benning And Richard Linklater in 2014. Meanwhile XLrator Media has cut a pioneering first-window deal with DIRECT CINEMA for CBGB.
  • Cathy Schulman joins Dodge

    28-Aug-2013

    Mandalay Pictures president Cathy Schulman and Tropic Thunder set designer John Chichester have joined the faculty at Chapman University’s Dodge College Of Film And Media Arts.
  • Reno Taho Studios to boost Nevada film

    27-Aug-2013

    Film Reno Tahoe, a new division of Reno-Sparks Convention and Visitors Authority (RSCVA), has announced the opening of Reno Tahoe Studios as part of the initiative to boost film production in northern Nevada.
  • Wicker Man Final Cut to open in US

    26-Aug-2013

    Reissue distributor Rialto Pictures has announced it will release a long-unseen and complete version of 1970s horror film, The Wicker Man: The Final Cut on Sept 27 in New York City.
  • Clear Blue Sky to get nationwide roll-out

    22-Aug-2013

    Screenvision has announced that, along with distributor Area 23a and Asphalt Films, it will release Out Of The Clear Blue Sky as a national one-night theatrical event on Sept 11.
  • Porto Digital amps up Portomídia

    21-Aug-2013

    Brazilian tech company Porto Digital will instal a FilmLight Baselight FOUR colour grading and management system along with a FilmLight FLUX storage and data management network at its Portomídia initiative in the Recife region.
  • Iconic, Flatcat line up Dog Daze

    21-Aug-2013

    LA-based Iconic Media Productions and Flatcat Productions have teamed up for the upcoming comedy The Dog Daze Of Harry Sumpter.
  • AMPAS sets tech nominees

    16-Aug-2013

    The Scientific and Technical Awards Committee of the Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences announced that 14 scientific and technical achievements have been selected for further awards consideration.
  • Cinedigm to release Penguin

    8-Aug-2013

    Cinedigm announced on Thursday [8] that it had acquired North American rights to the documentary Adventures Of The Penguin King from Atlantic Productions.
  • Oscilloscope gets close to Doors

    7-Aug-2013

    Oscilloscope Laboratories plans a 2014 release after it announced that it had acquired all North American rights to Sam Fleischner’s Stand Clear Of The Closing Doors .
  • Thor Freudenthal, Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters

    7-Aug-2013

    Director Thor Freudenthal talks to Elbert Wyche about his entry into filmmaking and the challenges of directing a sequel.
  • Blanc-Biehn lines up The Girl

    6-Aug-2013

    EXCLUSIVE: Jennifer Blanc-Biehn will direct The Girl for her Blanc/Biehn Productions label.
  • Raven Banner gets Fear

    5-Aug-2013

    The Toronto-based company has acquired Canadian rights to Slasher Films’ Nothing Left To Fear and plans an autumn theatrical release.
  • Ed Harris joins Cymbeline

    5-Aug-2013

    The Oscar nominee has joined the cast of Michael Almereyda’s Shakespeare adaptation. International Film Trust handles sales outside the US, where CAA represents the project.
  • Studer rises at Paramount

    30-Jul-2013

    Syrinthia Studer has been promoted to svp of marketing and acquisitions for Paramount Home Media Distribution.
  • Zero Hour to open Hollyshorts

    30-Jul-2013

    HollyShorts has announced that Dan Carrillo Levy’s Zero Hour will open the 9th annual HollyShorts Film Festival on Aug 15. 
  • WWZ to get domestic IMAX release

    29-Jul-2013

    Paramount executives said on Monday [29] they will re-release World War Z in North America in IMAX 3D for a one-week run beginning Aug 2.
  • Weber joins Glass Children

    29-Jul-2013

    TV actor Steven Weber is attached to star in Vancouver-based ThinkBox Entertainment and Syndicate Seven Films’ upcoming feature Glass Children.
  • Fantastic Fest lines up Tai Chi

    24-Jul-2013

    Fantastic Fest 2013 top brass have announced the first wave of programming with Keanu Reeves’ directorial debut Man Of Tai Chi among the line-up. The festival runs from Sept 19-26 in Austin, Texas.
  • Method, Halon strike alliance

    23-Jul-2013

    Method Studios and Halon Entertainment have announced a strategic alliance to collaborate on feature and commercial projects.
  • Mike Myers eyes Supermensch

    22-Jul-2013

    The comedian and actor is partnering with A&E IndieFilms on a documentary about the life of talent manager Shep Gordon that will mark his directorial debut.
  • Hurd among AMPAS donors

    22-Jul-2013

    The Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences has received three $5m naming gifts from producer and Academy governor Gale Anne Hurd, philanthropist Gerald Schwartz and his wife Heather Reisman, Victoria Mann Simms and her husband Ron Simms and their family.
  • HBRFest to honour Muylaert

    11-Jul-2013

    The Hollywood Brazilian Film Festival (HBRFest) celebrates its fifth anniversary with more than 30 premieres showcasing fiction, documentary and short films in competition from Jul 31-Aug 4 in Hollywood.
  • German Currents 2013 sets dates

    10-Jul-2013

    The seventh edition of German Currents, the annual celebration of German cinema, will run in Los Angeles from Oct 4-7.
  • Kino Lorber takes Drew Struzan doc

    3-Jul-2013

    The distributor has acquired all US rights to Erik P Sharkey’s documentary Drew: The Man Behind The Poster and plans an August theatrical roll-out followed by VoD and DVD in autumn.
  • Lifetime honour for Silvio Soldini

    21-Jun-2013

    Italian filmmaker Silvio Soldini is to receive the Italian Contemporary Film Festival’s inaugrual Lifetime Achievement Award.
  • Half Crown lines up biopic

    20-Jun-2013

    Colorado-based Half Crown Media has hired UK screenwriter Bart Gavigan to write an untitled biopic about the British missionary Hudson Taylor. 
  • Sundance names 22 doc Fellows

    19-Jun-2013

    Sundance Institute has announced the 22 Fellows representing nine documentary film projects participating in the 2013 Documentary Edit and Story Labs, set to run from Jun 21-29 and Jul 5-13 at Sundance Resort in Sundance, Utah.
  • PIFF to kick off on Jun 19

    18-Jun-2013

    The 15th anniversary of the Provincetown International Film Festival (PIFF) will begin on Jun 19 and runs through Jun 23.  
  • SFFS names 13 Doc Fund finallists

    17-Jun-2013

    The San Francisco Film Society has announced the contenders for the 2013 SFFS Documentary Film Fund awards totalling $100,000.
  • Screen Media corrals Running Wild

    13-Jun-2013

    Screen Media Films plans an October release after it acquired North American rights to Suzanne Mitchell’s documentary Running Wild: The Life Of Dayton O Hyde.
  • Sundance, TED unveil inaugural award winner

    11-Jun-2013

    Filmmaker Jerry Rothwell has won the first annual Sundance Institute | TED Prize Filmmaker Award, Institute senior executives announced on Tuesday [11].
  • Tornatore, Honey among Ischia honourees

    10-Jun-2013

    Giuseppe Tornatore’s romance The Best Offer and Valeria Golino’s drama Honey (Miele) will be honoured at the upcoming 11th annual Ischia Global Film & Musical Festival in Italy.

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