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‘La Chimera’ Is Another Enchanting Modern Myth From Alice Rohrwacher [Cannes] - theplaylist.net - Britain - France - Italy - Germany
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27.05.2023 / 22:37

‘La Chimera’ Is Another Enchanting Modern Myth From Alice Rohrwacher [Cannes]

Alice Rohrwacher’s “La Chimera” flits between languages (English, Italian, French, German) as fluidly as it does mediums (35mm, Super16mm, and 16mm cinematography) and styles (jerkily sped up Chaplin-esque scenes, clinical CCTV footage, audacious 180-degree camera flips). Rohrwacher uses this mosaic of disparate approaches to hone in on other kinds of incongruous and unpredictable interplay: modern Italy and its ancient past, heartbreak and new love, and the real world and its spiritual mirror realm.

‘La Chimera’ Review: Josh O’Connor is a Grave Robber Seeking More Elusive Treasure in Alice Rohrwacher’s Enchanting New Film - variety.com - Italy - county Treasure
variety.com
26.05.2023 / 16:29

‘La Chimera’ Review: Josh O’Connor is a Grave Robber Seeking More Elusive Treasure in Alice Rohrwacher’s Enchanting New Film

Guy Lodge Film Critic In “La Chimera,” the ancient past nestles mere inches below the surface of the present, eventually breaking above ground and disrupting, if not the space-time continuum, the more mundane order of things. The borders between life and death feel similarly frictious and permeable, as if we could merely visit one from the other, as easily as sleeping and waking. Arthur (Josh O’Connor), the wandering Brit at the center of Alice Rohrwacher’s marvelously supple and sinuous new film, is accustomed to such limbo states. So are admirers of Rohrwacher’s filmmaking, which, in this eccentric, romantic tale of competing grave-robbers in Central Italy, touches the transcendental without diving into the outright fabulism of 2018’s “Happy as Lazzaro.”

‘La Chimera’ Review: Josh O’Connor Digs Into Italy’s Past In Alice Rohrwacher’s Splendid And Mysterious New Drama – Cannes Film Festival - deadline.com - Britain - Italy
deadline.com
26.05.2023 / 15:51

‘La Chimera’ Review: Josh O’Connor Digs Into Italy’s Past In Alice Rohrwacher’s Splendid And Mysterious New Drama – Cannes Film Festival

A Chimera is something one tries to achieve but alas, never manages to find. It is the heart and soul of a quest in life, in different ways, for the cast of characters in writer/director Alice Rohrwacher’s beautiful new film La Chimera premiering today as one of the last entries in competition at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival. It also happens to be one of the best.

Director Alice Rohrwacher On Gatecrashing The Cannes Boys’ Club And The Childhood Memories That Influenced Her Competition Entry ‘La Chimera’ - deadline.com - Britain - Brazil - Italy
deadline.com
26.05.2023 / 15:13

Director Alice Rohrwacher On Gatecrashing The Cannes Boys’ Club And The Childhood Memories That Influenced Her Competition Entry ‘La Chimera’

In less than 10 years, Alice Rohrwacher has carved out a formidable reputation for herself, notably by gatecrashing the boys’ club that is traditionally the Cannes competition, and the fact that she did so in 2014 with only her second film, The Wonders, is further proof of a distinctive talent. One competition slot doesn’t guarantee another, yet Rohrwacher was back in 2018 with the follow-up, Happy as Lazzaro. Both films won prizes — Grand Prix and Best Screenplay, respectively — which means that expectations are high for the Oscar-nominated 41-year-old Italian, whose new film, La chimera, makes it three in a row.

A24 Posts Deals For Cannes Palme D’Or Hot Favorite ‘The Zone Of Interest’ - deadline.com - Spain - France - Italy - Austria - Germany - Japan - Switzerland - city Sandra - Greece - Poland
deadline.com
26.05.2023 / 13:21

A24 Posts Deals For Cannes Palme D’Or Hot Favorite ‘The Zone Of Interest’

A24 has unveiled a raft of key territory deals for Jonathan Glazer’s hotly tipped Cannes Film Festival Palme d’Or frontrunner The Zone Of Interest ahead of the awards ceremony on Saturday.

Italy’s RAI Cinema Takes Ron Howard’s ‘Origin of Species’ at Cannes Where They Have Four Films Including ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France - China - Italy - Rome
variety.com
26.05.2023 / 10:55

Italy’s RAI Cinema Takes Ron Howard’s ‘Origin of Species’ at Cannes Where They Have Four Films Including ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Italy’s RAI Cinema, which has four titles in this year’s Cannes selection, has closed a deal on Ron Howard’s next movie “Origin of Species,” a hot project at the Cannes market starring Daisy Edgar-Jones, Ana de Armas, Jude Law and Alicia Vikander. RAI Cinema chief Paolo Del Brocco said the company – which is the film arm of Italian state broadcaster RAI – has teamed up with Rome-based Lucisano Media Group to acquire Italian rights from CAA Media Finance on Howard’s survival thriller penned by Noah Pink (“Tetris”) about a a group of eclectics who turn their backs on civilization and head to the Galapagos. In Cannes, RAI Cinema also picked up Italian rights from Gaumont on family movie “Moon The Panda,” by French humans and animals adventures specialist Gilles de Maistre, known for “Mia and the White Lion”and “The Wolf and the Lion.” De Maistre’s latest, about the friendship between a boy and a panda, is set to shoot later this month in China’s Sichuan mountains.

Kristen Stewart, Josh O’Connor & Elle Fanning To Star In ‘Rosebushpruning’ For Karim Aïnouz, Mubi & The Match Factory — Cannes - deadline.com - Italy
deadline.com
24.05.2023 / 13:53

Kristen Stewart, Josh O’Connor & Elle Fanning To Star In ‘Rosebushpruning’ For Karim Aïnouz, Mubi & The Match Factory — Cannes

Kristen Stewart, Josh O’Connor and Elle Fanning are to lead The Match Factory and Mubi’s Rosebushpruning from Firebrand director Karim Aïnouz.

Lily-Rose Depp Reacts to Dad Johnny Depp's Standing Ovation at Cannes Film Festival (Exclusive) - www.etonline.com - France
etonline.com
24.05.2023 / 00:47

Lily-Rose Depp Reacts to Dad Johnny Depp's Standing Ovation at Cannes Film Festival (Exclusive)

Lily-Rose Depp is one proud daughter!ET's Rachel Smith spoke to Lily-Rose virtually from the Cannes Film Festival in the South of France Tuesday, where she said she couldn't be happier for her father, Johnny Depp, following the seven-minute standing ovation he received after the premiere of his new biographical drama, .The film marked the opening of the 76th annual event, and the  star's first leading role since his highly publicized defamation trial against his ex-wife, Amber Heard.The French-language film sees Johnny as King Louis XV. Set in the 18th century,  tells the story of Jeanne Bécu (Maïwenn), the daughter of an impoverished seamstress who rose through the Court of Louis XV and became his last official mistress.«I'm super happy for him.

Neon Acquires Justine Triet’s Cannes Competition Feature ‘Anatomy Of A Fall’ - deadline.com - France - USA - Germany - city Sandra
deadline.com
23.05.2023 / 09:05

Neon Acquires Justine Triet’s Cannes Competition Feature ‘Anatomy Of A Fall’

Neon has acquired North American rights to Justine Triet’s Cannes Competition feature Anatomy of a Fall.

‘The Idol’ Gets Five-Minute Standing Ovation After Cannes Premiere; Sam Levinson Gets Emotional In Speech - deadline.com
deadline.com
23.05.2023 / 00:03

‘The Idol’ Gets Five-Minute Standing Ovation After Cannes Premiere; Sam Levinson Gets Emotional In Speech

Sam Levinson’s The Idol, the new HBO series starring Lily-Rose Depp and Abel “The Weeknd” Tesfaye, received a five-minute-plus standing ovation after its world premiere out of competition at the Cannes Film Festival on Monday night.

Alice Rohrwacher on Casting ‘The Crown’ Star Josh O’Connor as a British Archeologist Who Helps Steal Etruscan Artifacts in ‘La Chimera’ – Watch Trailer (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Britain - Brazil - Italy
variety.com
22.05.2023 / 19:13

Alice Rohrwacher on Casting ‘The Crown’ Star Josh O’Connor as a British Archeologist Who Helps Steal Etruscan Artifacts in ‘La Chimera’ – Watch Trailer (EXCLUSIVE)

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Alice Rohrwacher is in the Cannes competition for the third time with “La Chimera,” in which “The Crown” star Josh O’Connor plays a young British archeologist named Arthur who gets involved in an international network of stolen Etruscan artifacts during the 1980s. For Rohrwacher, the film is connected to growing up in Umbria, once the center of the Etruscan civilization. But it’s also the final piece of a triptych on a territory that she started with her previous Cannes entries: “The Wonders” and “Happy as Lazzaro.” Three works that, as she has put it, pose a central question: “What to do with the past?”  

Martin Scorsese gets emotional during nine-minute standing ovation at Cannes - www.nme.com - New York - USA - Oklahoma - county Osage
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22.05.2023 / 13:21

Martin Scorsese gets emotional during nine-minute standing ovation at Cannes

Martin Scorsese got emotional after receiving a nine-minute standing ovation at the premiere of Killers Of The Flower Moon, taking place at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.At the end of the film, the legendary director walked into the Grande Theatre Lumiere at Cannes Film Festival to greet the audience. He appeared grateful and emotional as he reacted to the standing ovation, thanking the crowd over and over again.After nine-minutes of applause, Scorsese told the crowd: “I don’t think I’ve ever experienced anything like this.”9-minute standing ovation for Martin Scorsese at the premiere of his next film Killers of the Flower Moon.

Martin Scorsese’s ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ gets nine-minute standing ovation at Cannes Film Festival - nypost.com - New York - Oklahoma - Indiana - county Harrison - county Ford - city Tinseltown
nypost.com
21.05.2023 / 21:01

Martin Scorsese’s ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ gets nine-minute standing ovation at Cannes Film Festival

adapted from David Grann’s book of the same name — is set in Oklahoma during the 1920s and depicts the serial murders of members of the oil-wealthy Osage Nation, which was later dubbed the Reign of Terror and led to the formation of the FBI. The Post reached out to Scorsese for comment.“It’s taken its time to come around, but Apple did so great by us, shooting out there … there was lots of grass — I’m a New Yorker,” said the “Goodfellas” director in a post-film speech.

Alicia Vikander Reigned Over an Eight-Minute Standing Ovation at Cannes Premiere of Brutal Historical Drama ‘Firebrand’ - variety.com - Brazil
variety.com
21.05.2023 / 20:25

Alicia Vikander Reigned Over an Eight-Minute Standing Ovation at Cannes Premiere of Brutal Historical Drama ‘Firebrand’

Alicia Vikander was greeted with an eight-minute standing ovation at the May 21 Cannes premiere of Brazilian director Karim Aïnouz’s “Firebrand,” from a crowd that included best actress Oscar winners Michelle Yeoh and Marion Cotillard.With her husband Michael Fassbender beaming on from the row behind, Vikander motioned for the cheering audience to stop or she would cry. But then she gave into the adulation and blew kisses to the upper balconies Vikander’s co-star Jude Law and Aïnouz also got huge applause. Vikander joins a group of Cannes leading ladies including Lily Gladstone, Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore who have turned in show-stopping performances.

Todd Haynes’ ‘May December’ Gets Eight-Minute Standing Ovation At Cannes Premiere - deadline.com - city Savannah
deadline.com
20.05.2023 / 23:39

Todd Haynes’ ‘May December’ Gets Eight-Minute Standing Ovation At Cannes Premiere

Todd Haynes returned to the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday night with his latest, May December, playing in competition. The complex melodrama starring Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore scored an eight-minute standing ovation inside the Grand Theatre Lumière.

Martin Scorsese’s ‘Killers Of The Flower Moon’ Receives Nine-Minute Standing Ovation At Cannes World Premiere - deadline.com - USA - Oklahoma
deadline.com
20.05.2023 / 20:39

Martin Scorsese’s ‘Killers Of The Flower Moon’ Receives Nine-Minute Standing Ovation At Cannes World Premiere

Martin Scorsese’s anticipated epic Killers of the Flower Moon just had its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, where the audience gave the film starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro and Lily Gladstone a nine-minute standing ovation.

Beyond Cannes: Are Zendaya, Emma Stone and Bradley Cooper Already Packing Their Bags for Venice Film Festival? - variety.com - Italy - city Venice - Beyond
variety.com
19.05.2023 / 04:33

Beyond Cannes: Are Zendaya, Emma Stone and Bradley Cooper Already Packing Their Bags for Venice Film Festival?

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Yes, the Cannes Film Festival has only just started. But Hollywood is already quietly planning for the Venice Film Festival lineup, as the unofficial launch of awards season in late August is starting to shape up with several high-profile titles, Variety has learned. Among the films in contention to bow on the Lido: Luca Guadagnino’s sexy tennis comedy “Challengers,” starring Zendaya and Josh O’Connor, and Yorgos Lanthimos’ surrealist science-fiction romance “Poor Things,” with Emma Stone and Marc Ruffalo, among entries believed to be locked-in for a Venice launch. Zendaya was last in Venice in 2021 with “Dune,” but Denis Villeneuve’s sequel, which has an early November launch date, is not expected to follow suit to the fest.

Italy Looks to ‘A Brighter Tomorrow’ - variety.com - Italy - city Budapest - Rome - Hungary
variety.com
18.05.2023 / 22:17

Italy Looks to ‘A Brighter Tomorrow’

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Cinema Italiano is on a roll, as reflected by the fact that this year Italy has scored three Cannes competition slots. Despite the persisting sore spot that sees the country still lagging behind other European territories in terms of post-pandemic box office returns, Italy “continues to produce and invest heavily in film and is overcoming the crisis,” noted Cannes artistic director Thierry Fremaux after announcing the lineup. The robust Croisette contingent marks the second time in 20 years that Italy lands three Cannes competition berths. Though the trio of selected directors — Marco Bellocchio, Nanni Moretti and Alice Rohrwacher — are all Cannes regulars “they represent three different generations of auteurs,” said Paolo Del Brocco, chief of state broadcaster RAI’s RAI Cinema arm that co-produced all three titles. And each of these films, he went on to point out, displays “very different ideas and cinematic visions.”

‘Indiana Jones And The Dial Of Destiny’ Gets Five-Minute Standing Ovation In Cannes, Leaves Harrison Ford And James Mangold Emotional - deadline.com - Indiana - county Harrison - county Ford
deadline.com
18.05.2023 / 20:45

‘Indiana Jones And The Dial Of Destiny’ Gets Five-Minute Standing Ovation In Cannes, Leaves Harrison Ford And James Mangold Emotional

Following its out-of-competition world premiere this evening at the Cannes Film Festival, Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny was treated to a five-minute standing ovation as the audience inside the festival’s Grand Théâtre Lumière.

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