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Emmanuelle Charlier

  • Lionsgate takes God’s Not Dead


    The studio has entered into an agreement with Pure Flix Entertainment for the US home entertainment rights to the faith-based spring hit.
  • Jim Belushi joins The Whole Truth


    Jim Belushi will join Keanu Reeves and Renée Zellweger on the cast of Courtney Hunt’s The Whole Truth, which has begun production this week in New Orleans. FilmNation handles international sales.
  • Martin Provost, Violette


    Martin Provost’s French period drama Violette relates the story of author Violette Leduc and her relationship with Simone de Beauvoir. It stars Emmanuelle Devos and Sandrine Kiberlain and has just opened in Los Angeles ahead of a national roll-out.
  • Eurocinema On Demand launches on Mediacom


    North American VOD channel Eurocinema is now available on Mediacom Communications.
  • Rania Attieh and Daniel Garcia, Recommended By Enrique


    The neo-noir premieres at the Los Angeles Film Festival on June 13 and plays again on June 17 and tells of a young actress and an aging cowboy in a small Texan town on the Mexican border. Emmanuelle Charlier saddles up.
  • Writing lecturer offers ebook courses


    Jennine Lanouette is revolutionising the way the art of screenwriting is taught, as Emmanuelle Charlier discovers.
  • Peter Bogdanovich to direct Tycoon


    Cohen Media Group has tapped Oscar-nominated director Peter Bogdanovich to direct its television miniseries adaptation of Edward Ball’s The Inventor And The Tycoon: A Gilded Age Murder And The Birth Of Moving Pictures.
  • Outfest 2014 unveils line-up


    The 2014 Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival has announced its complete programming line-up for the event, set to run from July 10-20.
  • Indiecan unveils Indiegogo projects


    Indiecan Entertainment in partnership with Indiegogo has announced the launch of the Indiegogo campaigns for this year’s INDIECAN10K feature film projects.
  • ShortFest unveils first titles


    First 10 films selected will play on the festival’s website ahead of online voting, which takes place from June 10-21.
  • Fandor to Reinvent Hollywood


    Streaming service teams up with Reinventors for a six-part interactive web series.
  • Little Hope finds distribution


    Slamdance documentary Little Hope Was Arson will be distributed by PBS series Independent Lens in conjunction with film and music distributor The Orchard, the film’s producers announced (13).
  • Takashi Murakami, Jellyfish Eyes


    Renowned Japanese artist Takashi Murakami talks to Emmanuelle Charlier about his feature directorial debut, a two-part tale about a fatherless youngster in a post-Fukushima world who relocates with this mother to the countryside where he discovers a strange creature.
  • Refn, Anderson join AGFA


    The American Genre Film Archive (AGFA) announced (24) the addition of filmmakers Nicolas Winding Refn and Paul Thomas Anderson to its advisory board.
  • Sundance chooses Theatre Lab fellows


    The Sundance Institute has selected nine projects to participate in its 2014 Theatre Lab that runs from July 7-27 at the Sundance Resort in Utah.
  • Alloy readies Sisterhood Everlasting


    Alloy Entertainment is developing Sisterhood Everlasting, the third film from its Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants series.
  • NXNE expands to include film


    Toronto’s North By Northeast (NXNE) is expanding its film festival programing beyond music-themed movies to include films of all genres.
  • BANFF honour for Henry Winkler


    Henry Winkler will be the recipient of the 2014 Banff World Media Festival (BANFF) Award Of Excellence.
  • Falco Ink promotes Michelle DiMartino


    New York-based entertainment PR firm Falco Ink has promoted Michelle DiMartino to account executive.
  • Eunice Shin joins Manatt Digital Media


    Manatt Digital Media announced (April 2) it has hired consultant and business strategist Eunice Shin as director.
  • VMI Worldwide picks up Hellion


    LA-based VMI Worldwide has acquired international rights to Kat Candler’s Hellion starring Aaron Paul and will introduce to buyers in Cannes next month.
  • TFI Interactive schedule announced


    Top brass at the Tribeca Film Institute have announced (27) the line-up for the third annual TFI Interactive (TFIi) event to take place on April 26 during Tribeca Innovation Week at the Tribeca Film Festival.
  • Illuminate Pictures launches with BFF


    Richard Zelniker and Chris Monte have joined forces to launch the production company and unveiled plans for a seven-film slate led by the high school film.
  • Yellow Brick casts up on Sugar Mountain


    Melora Walters, Anna Hutchison and John Karna have joined the cast of Yellow Brick Films’ Sugar Mountain, currently in production.
  • CinemaCon honour for Chris Pratt


    Chris Pratt will receive the 2014 CinemaCon Breakthrough Performer Of The Year Award in Las Vegas on March 27.
  • GoDigital books Butch Walker


    GoDigital announced Thursday (Aug 1) it had acquired North American VOD and digital distribution rights to the documentary Butch Walker: Out Of Focus.
  • Yellow Sun to open ttff


    Nigerian drama Half Of A Yellow Sun starring Thandie Newton and Chiwetel Ejiofor will open the 2013 trinidad+tobago film festival (ttff), festival top brass announced on Monday [29].
  • Two IMAX sites set for Ecuador


    Executives at IMAX and Supercines, Ecuador’s largest exhibitor, announced on Monday [Jul 29] the construction of two theatres in the city of Guayaquil, the country’s largest and most populous city.
  • IMAX, CJ CGV to add 35 theatres


    IMAX in partnership with CJ CGV Holdings, operator of South Korea’s largest multiplex cinema chain, has announced the addition of 35 new IMAX theatres to the companies’ existing commitment in South Korea and China.
  • Jodorowsky’s Dune goes to SPC


    Sony Pictures Classics has acquired North American rights to the Cannes Director’s Fortnight selection.
  • ICFF honours Berberian, Soldini


    Peter Strickland’s Berberian Sound Studio was named best film by members of the Toronto Film Critics Association at the finale of the second annual Italian Contemporary Film Festival (ICFF) on Saturday night [6].
  • Mingyian portal draws A-listers


    M Night Shyamalan has joined a group of investors in backing Chinese brand management start-up Mingyian’s micro-event platform for celebrities and influencers.