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  • 'Get Out,' 'Dunkirk' Back In Theaters

    'Get Out,' 'Dunkirk' to Return to Movie Theaters Following Oscar Nominations

    Months after leaving multiplexes, “Get Out” and “Dunkirk” are returning to movie theaters in the wake of scoring best picture Oscar nominations. “Get Out,” which opened Feb. 24 and grossed $254 million at the worldwide box office, left theaters in July. It received four nominations Tuesday — best picture for producers Sean McKittrick, Jason Blum, [...]

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    A&E, Sundance Institute Partner on Documentary Film Grants (EXCLUSIVE)

    The Sundance Institute and A&E are partnering on a new series of grants that will help documentary filmmakers develop their projects. Dubbed the “Brave Storytellers Award,” the program will give four directors $25,000 in seed funding, as well as mentorship from the staff of the Institute. The idea is to help them shape their documentaries at [...]

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    Anne Hathaway's 'Barbie' Moved Back Two Years to 2020

    Sony has pushed the release of its live-action “Barbie” movie back nearly two years from Aug. 8 to May 8, 2020. Anne Hathaway is expected to star. Amy Schumer left the project last March, citing scheduling conflicts, and Hathaway was reported in talks last summer. Alethea Jones is directing the film, which has been developed [...]

  • Bellucci, Belmondo Announced As Lumière Award

    Monica Bellucci, Jean-Paul Belmondo Announced as Guests of Honor at France's Lumière Awards

    The Lumière Academy has announced that Monica Bellucci and Jean-Paul Belmondo will be guests of honor for the 23rd edition of the organization’s Awards, taking place Feb. 5 at Paris’ Arab World Institute. The distinction is reserved for actors whose work has helped illuminate French cinema across the world. Launching 1995, the Lumière Awards were [...]

  • 'Death of Stalin' Banned in Russia

    Russia Bans Dark Comedy 'The Death of Stalin'

    Russia has banned “The Death of Stalin” from being shown in cinemas after officials claimed the dark comedy was offensive. A Russian culture ministry spokeswoman said the film is being pulled for containing “information whose distribution is legally banned in Russia,” according to Agency France-Presse. The political satire was previously set for a limited release [...]

  • BAFTA L.A. and N.Y. Elect New

    BAFTA L.A., N.Y. Announce New Chair, Board Members

    The British Academy of Film and Television Arts announced on Tuesday it has elected new board members in New York and Los Angeles. Arianna Bocco has been elected to serve as chair of the board of BAFTA New York, replacing Luke Parker Bowles, who will step down to the position of vice chair for one year. [...]

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