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Patrick Stewart

Patrick Stewart to play white supremacist

21-Oct-2014 | By

Broad Green Pictures (BGP) and filmscience have announced that Patrick Stewart has joined the cast of Jeremy Saulnier’s Green Room.

Manglehorn

IFC Films acquires Manglehorn

21-Oct-2014 | By

IFC Films has snapped up US rights to David Gordon Green’s drama Manglehorn starring Al Pacino that premiered in Venice and Toronto.

Natalie Dormer

Natalie Dormer to star in The Forest

21-Oct-2014 | By

Game of Thrones star joins supernatural thriller, based on an original idea by David S Goyer.

Mark Duplass

Mark Duplass to give SXSW keynote

21-Oct-2014 | By

Mark Duplass has been confirmed as one of four daily keynote speakers at SXSW.

Lay Me Down

Screen partners on Underwire festival award

21-Oct-2014 | By Wendy Mitchell

The fifth Underwire Festival, which showcases shorts made by female filmmakers, will run Nov 11-15 at The Yard Theatre in Hackney Wick, London.

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Tribeca

Lionsgate, Tribeca launch SVOD service

20-Oct-2014

Lionsgate and Tribeca Enterprises have announced a subscription VOD service to carry “a prestigious” selection of films from both companies as well as third-party global content.

Christine Eloy

Europa Distribution warns of single digital market ‘catastrophe’

20-Oct-2014

Europa Distribution has warned that the European Commission’s proposed single digital market would be a “catastrophe” for the independent film sector.

Patrick Stewart

Patrick Stewart to play white supremacist

Broad Green Pictures (BGP) and filmscience have announced that Patrick Stewart has joined the cast of Jeremy Saulnier’s Green Room.

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles tops UK chart

Paramount’s reboot dethrones Gone Girl with a $7.7m (£4.8m) debut, including previews; Fox’s Gone Girl reaches $22.8m (£14.1m); Munro Films’ Northern Soul records highest three-day opening weekend gross for a British film opening in under 100 sites.

Fury

Fury rolls into top US slot

The prospect of Brad Pitt in a tank proved irresistible to North American audiences as the Second World War tale rolled into action through Sony, while Birdman delivered the result of the weekend with a massive limited launch via Fox Searchlight.

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Adrian Wootton

UK Film & TV Week launches in LA

Touring representatives from the UK’s Screen Agency Network will promote UK facilities, locations and tax benefits during the inaugural UK Film & TV Week in Los Angeles this week.

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