John Boorman mined his childhood memories to great acclaim in 1987’s “Hope and Glory,” which mixed humor and pathos in a story about coming of age during the Blitz. He returns to his personal history…
BBC Worldwide North America has acquired North American rights to John Boorman’s “Queen and Country,” which the director has said will be his last. The film premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in…
John Boorman has gone back to the wellspring of personal experience that so richly informed his 1987 "Hope and Glory" for "Queen and Country."
The director of "Excalibur" and "Deliverance," John Boorman was first invited to Cannes in 1970 with the film "Leo the Last," for which he won the director prize. His latest film, "Queen and…
Jean Labadie's Paris-based Le Pacte has boarded "Queen and Country," John Boorman's sequel to his Oscar-nominated "Hope and Glory." Le Pacte has snatched up French distribution and international…
Sinead Cusack presented the award to the 80-year-old helmer, which he described sardonically as looking "like an ashtray for non-smokers."
John Boorman has set up "Queen and Country," a sequel to his 1987 pic "Hope and Glory," with Caleb Landry Jones in negotiations to star.
Legendary helmer John Ford changed over his long career
Katrine Boorman turns the camera on her indefatigable helmer father in breezy, low-tech docu "Me And Me Dad"; result is a cross between biopic, whimsy and family therapy.
LONDON Peter Bogdanovich, Maureen O'Hara and Jim Sheridan will be among guests and speakers at a conference in Dublin devoted to the legacy of Irish-American director John Ford.
John Boorman is attached to direct the $25 million, CG-animated pic "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz."
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