Primeridian Entertainment has tapped Bruce McKenna to adapt its untitled movie about Russian dissident writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn. The biopic is adapted from D.M. Thomas’s biography “Alexander…
Although it boasts no Palme d'Or contenders, Russia, one of Eastern Europe's fastest-rising film industries, is out in force in Cannes. Russia launched the sixth edition of its Pavilion at the mart…
Newly launched Primeridian Entertainment has hired Cyrus Nowrasteh to write and direct a feature film based on the life of Soviet dissident and author Alexander Solzhenitsyn. Primeridian's Arcadiy…
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Wang Bing continues his run as one of the world's supreme doc filmmakers.
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MTV Networks has named Markus Andorfer program director of its new Nick tyke channel, to launch Sept. 12.
The Twelve Chairs is a nutty farce, frequently slapstick and often tongue-in-cheek. Mel Brooks, who directed, scripted, plays a leading role and authored a song, has turned a search for jewels into a…
This is a rousing and fascinating motion picture. Producer-director Stanley Kramer has held the action in tight check.
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