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“A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence” is a truly delightful film from Swedish director Roy Andersson. Not that it didn't fit right in with the dark and depressing 2014 Venice Film Festival, where Andersson won the Gold Lion. He starts right off with three “meetings with death.” These short tableaux set up what is to come: many other tableaux, mini-films that are like paintings coming to life.
Andersson is an artist of the Wes Anderson ilk by way of Jacques Tati: He clearly has thought out each detail, the production design as much as the writing.
You may not know Nikolaj Arcel, the Danish filmmaker who wrote and directed 2013 foreign Oscar nominee "A Royal Affair," and penned the original Swedish "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo." But you will soon.
Deadline reports that Sony Pictures Entertainment, which signed on earlier this year to finance a "Dark Tower" franchise, is circling Arcel to direct and rewrite this massive genre project that will involve condensing — or expounding upon — the eight novels in King's celebrated, quasi-Western, sci-fi fantasy opus.
There's already a script out there, co-written by Akiva Goldsman and Jeff Pinkne, for "The Gunslinger," King's first novel in the series that follows titular lone warrior Roland on his mythic trudge to find the mysterious and cosmically powerful Dark Tower.
The fact that Fox Searchlight picked up Paolo Sorrentino's second English-language effort "Youth" before it screened in Cannes was a tip that the film was both commercially accessible and awards-worthy. The film will now open Friday, December 4, 2015 following a likely Fall festival ramp-up.
Michael Caine is dignified, emotionally vulnerable and sad as a retired and "apathetic" composer and conductor, called "maestro," who is enjoying submitting to massages, ogling nubile naked women in the spas, and spending time with his daughter (Rachel Weisz), who takes out her anger on her father for being jilted by her husband for a younger pop diva who "is good in bed."
Maestro also hangs with a young Hollywood star (Paul Dano) who is prepping a role, and his close friend, a movie director (Harvey Keitel) who is conjuring up his latest cinematic "testament" with a group of young collaborators who throw around terrible ideas for how
There's a paradigm shift in terms of how filmmakers think about distribution, said Caitlin Boyle, founder and executive director of Film Sprout, the grassroots distribution and marketing company, in her presentation at Oregon Doc Camp, on May 30 in Sublimity, Oregon.
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Boyle likened traditional distribution to "a delivery system and you can think of it like a ferris wheel.