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With the Oscars now just a week-old memory, the time has come for the final edition of this column (for this season). From the Toronto International Film Festival's unofficial awards season kickoff in September to last weekend's generally underwhelming ceremony, it's been six long months of speculation and anticipation and we're ready to move on (as we're sure many of you are as well).
There is one final column before letting awards talk rest in peace until September.
In introducing his "Joe" star Nicolas Cage to the stage at a SXSW panel held in the actor's honor, director David Grodon Green called the Oscar-winner a "mysterious and magical man." His words couldn't have been more apt. Over the course of the hour-long "fireside chit-chat" (per Green), the idiosyncratic icon did not disappoint, answering every question posed by Green and his well-prepared fanbase in attendance with a mix of gusto and humility.
Josh Hartnett and director Juan Antonio Bayona couldn't have been more welcoming when they introduced "Penny Dreadful," their new horror program backed by Showtime at SXSW. Bayona, the director of the series' first two episodes, joked about his height relative to the quite tall Hartnett as the happy duo welcomed a full house to the series' world premiere.
Late last year, producer John Sloss called upon other distributors to release their VOD numbers. Unfortunately, aside from Sloss' own companies (FilmBuff and PDA) releasing numbers for "Spark: A Burning Man Story" (in conjunction with Paladin) and "Escape from Tomorrow" and Radius-TWC providing some data related to "Man of Tai Chi," no other distributors shared information with the new statistic, which Sloss dubbed "Multi-Screen Gross."
Yesterday on a panel at SXSW, Sloss once again called on distributors to release the numbers, and also urged filmmakers to demand them.
"If you have the leverage, you can put it in your contract," Sloss, Founder of Cinetic, LawCo, and FilmBuff told Indiewire.