Cannes 2012: John Woo Set to Remake Classic Japanese Mafia Pic 'Youth of the Beast' CANNES -- John Woo will direct Day of the Beast, a remake of Seijun Suzuki's celebrated 1963 film about the Japanese mafia. Woo and Terence Chang's Lion Rock Productions will produce with the Nikkatsu Corporation, home of Suzuki's Youth of the ... 05/16/2012 - 12:55 am | View Link
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"Maybe women don't know how to make nerds feel comfortable!"
So shouted a faux-angry T. J. Miller after being told tech nerds don't know how to talk to women during the lively Q&A portion of Monday afternoon's world premiere screening of "Silicon Valley," the new comedy from King ("of the Hill") Mike Judge.
A week after revealing their full feature film lineup, the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival today announced its lineup of 58 short films, 29 of which are world premieres. The selections were curated from a whopping 3,074 submissions. The chosen shorts come from a total of 16 countries, including Australia, Austria, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Iceland, India, Iraq, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Scotland, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.
Highlights include the recent 2014 Academy Award-winning Live Action Short, "Helium," and previous Tribeca-winner Edoardo Ponti's latest short, "Human Voice," starring Sophia Loren and shot by Academy Award-winner, Rodrigo Prieto.
Earlier this year, Fandor, the subscription streaming service, announced that veteran producer and former San Francisco Film Society executive director Ted Hope would head the online company as its new CEO. Yesterday at SXSW, Hope sat down with Indiewire to discuss his plans and goals for the site.
Why Fandor? And why now?
I feel like my filmmaking powers are their heights right now.
Adult Swim just announced that it's given the greenlight to a new scripted, half-hour live-action comedy to arrive later this year. Not to be confused with "Black Nativity," "Black Jesus" is about exactly what the title suggests -- Jesus, played by Gerald "Slink" Johnson, is out to spread love and kindness in present-day Compton, CA, supported by a small band of loyal locals.
Aaron McGruder ("The Boondocks," "Red Tails") created the series and will serve as executive producer alongside director Mike Clattenburg ("Trailer Park Boys").
In some kind of miraculous coup, Zach Galifianakis and the folks over at Funny or Die managed to book none other than President Barack Obama, for their longrunning online comedy series "Between Two Ferns." Galifianakis has conducted bizarre, frequently hilarious interviews with a slew of actors and fellow comedians over the course of the series, including Charlize Theron, Jon Hamm, Michael Cera, and Bruce Willis.
Will Lennon, a filmmaker and a producer of the Cinema Eye Awards, has crafted a documentary short about Phoebe, a 10-year-old celebrating her birthday. The three-minute video takes us through a full day's worth of activities. "Phoebe's Birthday Cheeseburger" just had its premiere at the SXSW Film Festival, where it will screen for a second time this afternoon as part of the Documentary Shorts Competition.