Rammstein frontman Till Lindemann has released a new solo single, “Lubimiy Gorod,” sung entirely in Russian for the original Devyatayev film, released April 29. Translated as “Beloved Town”, the song was composed by Yevgeniy Dolmatovsky (lyrics) and Nikita Bogoslovsky. It was originally performed by Mark Bernes in 1939. Devyatayev, directedRead More →

STXFilms has announced its partnership with John Wick Thunder Road studio to produce upcoming sports drama titled National champions with Oscar-winning actor JK Simmons (Whiplash) and Golden Globe nominee Stephan James (If Beale Street Could Talk) attached for the lead roles. Additionally, frequent STXfilms collaborator Ric Roman Waugh has alsoRead More →

STXFilms announced its partnership with John wick Thunder Road studio to produce the upcoming sports drama titled National Champions with Oscar winner JK Simmons (Whiplash) and Golden Globe nominee Stephan James (If Beale Street could speak) attached for the main roles. Additionally, frequent STXfilms collaborator Ric Roman Waugh has alsoRead More →

Roy is a 2015 romantic drama film directed by Vikramjit Singh. The film stars Ranbir Kapoor in the title role with Jacqueline Fernandez in the lead. Shernaz Patel, Rajit Kapur, Shibani Dandekar, Anupam Kher and others play supporting roles. Read ahead to know more about Roy movie shooting locations. TheRead More →

Fatherhood: Sony’s Kevin Hart-Led Drama Is Heading to Netflix According to DeadlineNetflix and Sony Pictures have officially teamed up for a new licensing agreement for the worldwide distribution rights to the upcoming drama titled Paternity. Originally slated for an April 2021 theatrical release, the Kevin Hart-directed feature is now setRead More →

Here are the winners in key categories from the 78th Golden Globe Awards, which were handed out on Sunday. ‘Nomadland’ boosted its Oscar momentum by winning Best Picture Drama and Best Director for Chloe Zhao. On the comedy side, “Borat Later Moviefilm” was named Best Musical or Comedy Film, andRead More →

Actor and film producer Gerard Butler, known for his roles in films like Angel fell, Olympus fell, 300, London fell, recently revealed that he enjoys being a producer of the disaster action movie Greenland. Butler served as the film’s producer, Greenland when he had the chance to play a moreRead More →

D’Aja Fulmore, a local film producer whose first episode of her series, “Crossover” caught the attention of Hollywood streaming companies, wrapped up her second episode which can be viewed on Youtube on February 1. Fulmore had written and filmed its first 20-minute episode in late 2020, filming around New BernRead More →

EJ Moreno on the best independent films of the year… In a year when cinemas were closed around the world, it was up to independent films to give hungry moviegoers exactly what they wanted. This focus on films in small series or directly on video-on-demand platforms has really given wayRead More →

Palmer Trailer: Justin Timberlake Stars in New Apple TV+ Drama Apple TV+ a published the official trailer for their upcoming drama movie titled Palm, featuring Justin Timberlake as his character forms an unexpected bond with an outcast child. The film will be available to stream on Friday, January 29, 2021.Read More →

News Office (The Jakarta Post) Jakarta ● Wed, November 25, 2020 2020-11-25 17:39 471 d66dcbf21949a93b498053ceec24417f 1 Entertainment GoPlay, independent films, GoPlay-Indie, Gojek, filmmaker Free Video-on-demand service GoPlay has rolled out a new feature to improve the independent film scene in Indonesia. Dubbed GoPlay Indie, the feature features more than 200Read More →

Hollywood agency ICM Partners has joined Rohena Gera’s favorite festival, “Sir,” and will represent it for sales in the English-speaking markets of the United States, United Kingdom and Australia, among other territories. The Hollywood agency will also serve as the lobbyist for the film’s awards season. A delicately observed studyRead More →

Joyride: Olivia Colman will star in a new feel-good drama Oscar-winning actress Olivia Colman (The favourite, The crown) has officially signed on to star in Emer Reynolds’ upcoming Irish feel-good drama titled Stroll which is due to start production next year at Wild Atlantic Way in the west of Ireland.Read More →

Staying at home hasn’t stopped programming director Richard Beer from arranging an ongoing film schedule for Vancouver’s only independent cinema, the Kiggins Theatre. “We just launched Virtual Cinema,” Beer said last week. It is a streaming service hosted by a company called Film Movement, which aims to bring the latestRead More →

Sam Mendes’ World War I drama beat out tough competitors to earn a major boost in the awards conversation. After wowing early audiences with its technical mastery and a career performance from Sam Mendes’ unique illusion George MacKay, the First World War drama entered awards season with a late twist.Read More →

AMC Theaters isn’t known for its arthouse fare, but the world’s largest exhibitor has begun to heavily promote independent films. In June, the company unveiled AMC Artisan Films, a programming and marketing initiative, which highlighted more original, adult-oriented fare that arrives without the benefit of a Marvel superhero in theRead More →

A24 Everyone loves a little drama. Fortunately, 2019 is full of them. A little less than three-quarters through the year, and moviegoers are set up with every genre of drama they could want. Want Manson Murders reimagined? They got you. Horror based on existential fear and/or the lingering sun? Covered.Read More →

Daniel McFadden/Universal Studios George Clooney’s first directorial effort on Netflix is ​​slowly assembling a pretty star-studded cast. And the newest addition to the movie is Catch 22 Kyle Chandler. He will star alongside Felicity Jones and Clooney in Hello, midnighta Netflix sci-fi drama. The story is set in a post-apocalypticRead More →

EXCLUSIVE: WestEnd Films has released a first international trailer for the British comedy-drama Denmarkwith Rafe Spall (Prometheus), before the screening of the film market in Cannes. Adrian Shergold (funny cow) directs Spall who plays Herb, an unlucky jobless Welshman with bad neighbors and even worse prospects. Discovering that Danish convictsRead More →

A frustrated independent filmmaker urges us to consider the barriers between independent films and their audiences. Over the weekend, “Morris From America” ​​director Chad Hartigan asked an intriguing question on Twitter: “Why do all movies cost the same to watch?” Specifically, Hartigan was curious if lowering ticket prices for someRead More →

There’s a lost generation of indie movies relegated to a landscape shrouded in undeserved oblivion, so hats off to critics Nick Pinkerton and Nic Rapold for bringing one of them, “Rhythm Thief,” back tonight at BAM Cinématek, with its director, Matthew Harrison, to discuss the film. The generation in questionRead More →