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‘Furiosa’ Opening Action Muted With $59M Global Debut; Why Didn’t It Strong-Arm The Marketplace? – International Box Office - deadline.com - USA
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26.05.2024 / 17:25

‘Furiosa’ Opening Action Muted With $59M Global Debut; Why Didn’t It Strong-Arm The Marketplace? – International Box Office

Refresh for latest…: Warner Bros’ Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga was greeted with a very warm reception during its Cannes Film Festival world premiere in an early showcase last week, and amid much love for franchise architect George Miller. It has followed up with strong critical and social scores. Nevertheless, in this currently wonky theatrical landscape, the prequel underperformed in its global opening this launch weekend, grossing $58.9M from 76 total markets through Sunday.

Cannes Film Festival Winners Analysis: Comedy, Humanity Takes Jury’s Heart Over Politics - deadline.com - Canada - Russia - Iran
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25.05.2024 / 19:25

Cannes Film Festival Winners Analysis: Comedy, Humanity Takes Jury’s Heart Over Politics

Often, the juries at the Cannes Film Festival will try to make a political statement in their choices for the winners of the world’s most famous film festival. Not this year. At least, not in the way they might have.

Cannes Film Festival Winners Announced – Updating Live - deadline.com - Canada - Russia - county Moore
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25.05.2024 / 16:51

Cannes Film Festival Winners Announced – Updating Live

Refresh for latest…: The 77th Cannes Film Festival draws to a close this evening with the prize ceremony about to kick off inside the Grand Théâtre Lumière. The past 10 days have been building to this moment after a somewhat muted start that arrived under gloomy skies. The clouds have since cleared and several films have emerged as potential winners tonight. Scroll down for the list of laureates which is being updated as awards are announced.

‘To A Land Unknown’ Review: Sympathetic Story Of Stranded Palestinian Refugees Avoids Turning Them Into Heroes – Cannes Film Festival - deadline.com - Germany - Denmark - Berlin - Lebanon - Palestine - city Athens
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24.05.2024 / 01:39

‘To A Land Unknown’ Review: Sympathetic Story Of Stranded Palestinian Refugees Avoids Turning Them Into Heroes – Cannes Film Festival

By the time we meet them, Chatila and Reda already are down in the lower depths. Cousins from Palestine, they have spent much of their lives living as refugees on the run. Having made it as far as Athens, a kind of holding zone for people from the Middle East trying to slip into Europe, they are trying to scrape together money to get to Germany.

Cannes Goes Apes— for ‘The Substance,’ Demi Moore and Margaret Qualley’s Flesh-Shredding Body Horror, With 11-Minute Standing Ovation - variety.com - France - Hollywood - county Moore
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19.05.2024 / 23:21

Cannes Goes Apes— for ‘The Substance,’ Demi Moore and Margaret Qualley’s Flesh-Shredding Body Horror, With 11-Minute Standing Ovation

The Substance” — a body horror thriller from French director Coralie Forgeat starring Demi Moore and Margaret Qualley — rocked Cannes Film Festival on Sunday night with an 11-minute standing ovation. Its the tale of a once-great actress (Moore) whose certain age has relegated her to a Jane Fonda-style fitness show. When she’s fired, she is offered a trial of the medical treatment the film is named after.

‘Oh, Canada’ Producers Talk Nerve-Racking Wait For Interim Agreement – Cannes - deadline.com - USA - Canada
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18.05.2024 / 21:15

‘Oh, Canada’ Producers Talk Nerve-Racking Wait For Interim Agreement – Cannes

Paul Schrader hit Cannes this weekend with Competition title Oh, Canada, reuniting him with American Gigolo star Richard Gere in the role of a terminally ill documentarian who reveals secrets as his life nears its end.

‘Oh, Canada’ Review: Richard Gere & Jacob Elordi Are Brilliant In Paul Schrader’s Moving Contemplation Of Legacy [Cannes] - theplaylist.net - Canada
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18.05.2024 / 14:29

‘Oh, Canada’ Review: Richard Gere & Jacob Elordi Are Brilliant In Paul Schrader’s Moving Contemplation Of Legacy [Cannes]

Diaries are written in secrecy, free-flowing thoughts anchored to the page as if the ink could stop memories from vanishing through the hands of time. Filmmaker Paul Schrader understands the lingering, often quiet desperation of journaling like few filmmakers do.

Paul Schrader Teases Next Film “Non Compos Mentis’ To Shoot Next Fall; Talks Collaboration On ‘Oh, Canada’ With Richard Gere 45 Years After ‘American Gigolo’ – Cannes - deadline.com - USA - Canada
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18.05.2024 / 12:19

Paul Schrader Teases Next Film “Non Compos Mentis’ To Shoot Next Fall; Talks Collaboration On ‘Oh, Canada’ With Richard Gere 45 Years After ‘American Gigolo’ – Cannes

Paul Schrader revealed first details about his next feature project entitled Non Compos Mentis, at the press conference for his Cannes Competition title Oh, Canada on Saturday.

Taylor Sheridan Says Farewell To Dabney Coleman, Explains Why He Gave Mentor Unforgettable Turn As Dutton Family Patriarch In ‘Yellowstone’ - deadline.com - Montana - county Coleman
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18.05.2024 / 12:19

Taylor Sheridan Says Farewell To Dabney Coleman, Explains Why He Gave Mentor Unforgettable Turn As Dutton Family Patriarch In ‘Yellowstone’

When a great actor like Dabney Coleman passes away, there is no shortage of platitudes that come from the acting community. There is a shorter list of people who repay their admiration or a good turn, when it really makes a difference. That’s when the actor is still alive. Quentin Tarantino has done it many times, resurrecting careers, and Yellowstone co-creator did it by casting Coleman in a flashback scene with Kevin Costner that is a most fitting epitaph for the actor. His touching turn as John Dutton Sr. was also a pivotal plot point, revealing a promise made by John Dutton (Kevin Costner) that explains why he would not sell off a single square foot of his sprawling Montana ranch. Why did Sheridan choose Coleman? It goes back to when Sheridan was trying to make it as an actor, long before he found his purpose as a prolific storyteller.

Exploring Gender Issues, Indigenous Peoples, Climate Change, Teen Suicide, Chilean Docs at Cannes Doc Plumb Universal Themes - variety.com - Chile - Argentina - Israel
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18.05.2024 / 12:13

Exploring Gender Issues, Indigenous Peoples, Climate Change, Teen Suicide, Chilean Docs at Cannes Doc Plumb Universal Themes

Anna Marie de la Fuente With Maite Alberdi, twice Oscar nominated for her last two docus, “The Eternal Memory” and “The Mole Agent,” and Tana Gilbert whose feature debut “Malqueridas” won the Grand Prize at Venice’s Critics’ Week, Chilean documentaries are having a banner year. Five documentaries participate in the May 20 Chilean Docs-in-Progress Showcase at the Marché du Film’s docu section, Cannes Docs.

Jacob Elordi Skips Cannes as Crying Paul Schrader Accepts 4-Minute Standing Ovation for ‘Oh, Canada’ - variety.com - Canada - Vietnam
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18.05.2024 / 00:27

Jacob Elordi Skips Cannes as Crying Paul Schrader Accepts 4-Minute Standing Ovation for ‘Oh, Canada’

Paul Schrader shed tears as his new film “Oh, Canada” earned a four-minute standing ovation at Cannes Film Festival on Friday night. Jacob Elordi was notably absent from the premiere, possibly because he is filming Guillermo del Toro’s “Frankenstein,” in which he stars as The Monster. After the ovation finished, Schrader addressed Elordi not being there, saying: “I’m very happy with Richard, Uma, Jake — not here with us –and it all worked out.

Richard Gere Gets Family Support at Cannes Film Festival Premiere of 'Oh, Canada,' Co-Star Uma Thurman & More Also Attend - www.justjared.com - France - Canada
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17.05.2024 / 23:41

Richard Gere Gets Family Support at Cannes Film Festival Premiere of 'Oh, Canada,' Co-Star Uma Thurman & More Also Attend

Richard Gere poses for a family photo while attending the 2024 Cannes Film Festival premiere of his upcoming film Oh, Canada held at Palais des Festivals on Friday (May 17) in Cannes, France.

‘Oh, Canada’ Review: Paul Schrader Separates the Art From the Artist in Prismatic Portrait of a Dying Director - variety.com - USA - Canada
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17.05.2024 / 21:47

‘Oh, Canada’ Review: Paul Schrader Separates the Art From the Artist in Prismatic Portrait of a Dying Director

Peter Debruge Chief Film Critic Straying from the hotheaded “Taxi Driver” style that has dominated much of his career, Paul Schrader pays ruminative and respectful tribute to his late friend, novelist Russell Banks, who gave the writer-director the raw material for one of his best films, “Affliction” — and now, for one of his best films in years. Adapted from Banks’ “Foregone” (and given the title the author told Schrader he wanted for the book), “Oh, Canada” presents a dying artist’s final testimony as a multifaceted film-within-a-film, honoring Banks while also revealing so many of Schrader’s own thoughts on mortality.

Richard Gere Goes Back in Time — and Transforms Into Jacob Elordi — in First Look at Paul Schrader’s ‘Oh Canada’ - variety.com - USA - Canada - Vietnam
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16.05.2024 / 08:21

Richard Gere Goes Back in Time — and Transforms Into Jacob Elordi — in First Look at Paul Schrader’s ‘Oh Canada’

Angelique Jackson Richard Gere and Jacob Elordi star in Paul Schrader‘s latest, highly anticipated film ‘Oh Canada,’ which premieres at the Cannes Film Festival on Friday. Based on the late Russell Banks’ 2021 novel “Foregone,” the film centers on Gere’s Leonard Fife, an acclaimed filmmaker and “one of sixty thousand draft evaders and deserters who fled to Canada to avoid serving in Vietnam, shares all his secrets to de-mythologize his mythologized life.” Elordi plays the younger version of Leonard. In this first-look clip, Gere’s Leonard speeds up to someone’s home, gets out of a car and walks toward the gate.

Uma Thurman On Making Paul Schrader’s Cannes Film ‘Oh, Canada’: “I Had A Strong Feeling This Was Very Personal To Him” - deadline.com - Canada
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16.05.2024 / 08:07

Uma Thurman On Making Paul Schrader’s Cannes Film ‘Oh, Canada’: “I Had A Strong Feeling This Was Very Personal To Him”

Uma Thurman has been to Cannes more times than she can remember, either to pledge support for the glamorous annual charity event amfAR or with films as diverse as the genteel Merchant-Ivory period film The Golden Bowl (2000) and Quentin Tarantino’s ultraviolent Kill Bill: Volume 2 (2004), in which she reprised her badass role as The Bride. The film that propelled her to stardom, Pulp Fiction, won the Palme d’Or there, and Thurman hasn’t forgotten what it did for her. This year, she’s back with Paul Schrader‘s Oh, Canada, the kind of smart, character-based indie on which she earned her spurs.

Pink Parrot Sells Animated ‘Hanna and the Monsters’ in Key Territories, Introduces Cannes Buyers to Holiday-Themed Sequel (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Spain - South Korea - Turkey - Hungary
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15.05.2024 / 18:35

Pink Parrot Sells Animated ‘Hanna and the Monsters’ in Key Territories, Introduces Cannes Buyers to Holiday-Themed Sequel (EXCLUSIVE)

Jamie Lang International sales and distribution outfit Pink Parrot Media has closed several key deals for Doce Entertainment and Mr. Miyagi Films’ animated kids and family feature “Hanna and the Monsters.” Agreements have been made with World Visions for CIS, Boxoo for South Korea, Front Row for the Middle East, GPI for the Baltics, Cinetel for Hungary, Wediacorp for Turkey and Movie Company for Benelux.

Why Return To Middle-Earth For ‘The Lord Of The Rings: The Hunt For Gollum?’ Peter Jackson, Andy Serkis & Philippa Boyens Explain, 23 Years After Cannes Saved The Billion Dollar ‘LOTR’ Trilogy - deadline.com - New Zealand
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15.05.2024 / 16:59

Why Return To Middle-Earth For ‘The Lord Of The Rings: The Hunt For Gollum?’ Peter Jackson, Andy Serkis & Philippa Boyens Explain, 23 Years After Cannes Saved The Billion Dollar ‘LOTR’ Trilogy

EXCLUSIVE: Since Warner Bros acquired the rights to make more Middle-earth films based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s works and the canon established by New Line’s original trilogy, Peter Jackson and his Lord of the Rings cohorts Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens hovered over the proceedings for a long time, as they mulled how to return, and much to involve themselves into another deep dive into Tolkien mythology.

The Gathering on Channel 4: What it's about, how many episodes, who's in the cast and where you've seen them before - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk
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14.05.2024 / 20:01

The Gathering on Channel 4: What it's about, how many episodes, who's in the cast and where you've seen them before

A new TV thriller from the producers of the hit BBC police procedural Line Of Duty is coming to screens this week. The Gathering, on Channel 4, promises to shock and intrigue across its six episodes, starting tonight (Tuesday) at 9pm.

Rising Interest Rates, a Fading Theatrical Movie Business and a Post-Strike Hangover: Breaking Down the Threats Facing the Cannes Market - variety.com - Canada
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14.05.2024 / 05:31

Rising Interest Rates, a Fading Theatrical Movie Business and a Post-Strike Hangover: Breaking Down the Threats Facing the Cannes Market

Paul Schrader was about to start shooting “Oh, Canada,” his adaptation of Russell Banks’ novel about a troubled artist taking stock of his life, when the major actors union went on strike. For a second, it looked like all that hard work, passion and planning might be for nothing — with performers on the picket lines and major studios holding out on their contract demands, it was hard to see how cameras would ever roll on the low-budget indie. “Everything shut down,” said Brian Beckmann, the CFO and COO of Arclight Films, which is selling international rights to the film.

From Paul Schrader to Christophe Honoré, Cannes Directors Keep Making Movies About Their Favorite Subject — Moviemaking - variety.com - China - Hollywood - Canada
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14.05.2024 / 05:31

From Paul Schrader to Christophe Honoré, Cannes Directors Keep Making Movies About Their Favorite Subject — Moviemaking

Gregg Goldstein These auteurs are ready for their close-up. When Quentin Dupieux’s comedy about an ill-fated film set, “The Second Act,” opened the Cannes Film Festival May 14, it will be just one of several movies about filmmaking and filmmakers to touch down on the Croisette. After all, directors Christophe Honoré, Paul Schrader and Josh Mond are among the other prominent filmmakers who are ready to premiere semi-autobiographical stories.

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