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    MoviePass’ biggest rival is rolling out Sinemia Cardless — a new feature that allows Sinemia customers worldwide to reserve movie tickets online without using a physical Sinemia card. Sinemia announced the new feature Thursday, and said it gives customers the opportunity to get their movie tickets through Sinemia immediately after signing up for the service [...]

  • Distrib Films US Nabs 2017 Cannes

    Distrib Films US Acquires Kornél Mundruczó's 2017 Cannes Competition Entry 'Jupiter's Moon' (EXCLUSIVE)

    Distrib Films US has acquired U.S. rights to Hungarian director Kornél Mundruczó’s “Jupiter’s Moon” which world premiered in competition at Cannes Film Festival last year. “Jupiter’s Moon” follows a young immigrant who mysteriously develops super powers enabling him to levitate at will after being shot down while illegally crossing the border. Thrown into a refugee [...]

  • Romania’s Daniel Sandu Steps Beyond New

    Romania’s Daniel Sandu Steps Beyond New Wave With ‘Seraphim’

    A coming-of-age story set in an Orthodox theological school is hardly the stuff of Hollywood summer tentpoles. But after cleaning up at March’s Gopo Awards – Romania’s equivalent to the Oscars – first-time director Daniel Sandu realized he’d struck a chord with local audiences with his unexpected crowd-pleaser, “One Step Behind the Seraphim.” “It gave [...]

  • Film Projects 'Astronauts,' 'Friends,' Highlights at

    Comedy Film Projects 'Astronauts,' 'Friends,' Highlights at Madrid Pitchbox

    MADRID  — Two female-driven feature comedy projects with potential international appeal, Cristina Trenas and Isabel Delclaux’s “Three Astronauts” and Roberto Goñi and Laura Molpeceres’ “Two Friends,” proved top highlights at the fifth edition of Pitchbox, held in Madrid. Organized by online platform Filmarket Hub, the films-in-development showcase took place May 22, attracting a typically select [...]

  • ‘Burning’ Adds U.K., Japan, Australia Distribution

    Cannes: ‘Burning’ Adds U.K., Japan, Australia Distribution Deals

    Distributors in over 100 territories have picked up rights to “Burning,” the Korean drama that debuted in competition at the Cannes Film Festival. With rights deals conducted by sales agent Finecut, the film was licensed to Thunderbird Releasing for the U.K., Palace Films for Australia and New Zealand and to Twin Co for Japan. Other [...]

  • 'The Great Mystical Circus' Review: Hardly

    Cannes Film Review: 'The Great Mystical Circus'

    As the surprise box-office success story of the last six months or so, Michael Gracey’s “The Greatest Showman” indicated that contrary to the film’s sniffy critical reception, there is indeed an audience for glitzy, period-inflected, fanfare-filled stories of life beneath the Big Top. But its word-of-mouth slow build to moneymaking, cult-spawning juggernaut status is unlikely [...]

  • 'Feral' Review

    Film Review: 'Feral'

    A zombie by any other name would smell as sweet as “Feral,” which is to say, pretty gamy — not to mention pretty familiar, as genre fare goes. Mark H. Young’s indie feature is a competent horror thriller that ultimately doesn’t sport enough inspiration, in ideas or execution, to make for anything more than an [...]

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