Since joining Curtis Brown in 1997, Nick Marston has led its transformation from musty literary boutique into one of London's largest and most dynamic talent agencies, with its own flourishing…
Melding heightened drama with quirky, state-of-the-nation social realism, the pic aims to undercut epic plot contrivance with naturalistic perfs and a lyrical shooting style.
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PARIS -- Jean Labadie's upscale arthouse shingle Le Pacte has nabbed French distribution rights to Rufus Norris' Critics' Week opener "Broken," a British drama toplining Cillian Murphy and Tim Roth.
An intriguing document started circulating privately around the British film community last week, and rapidly found its way to executive suites in Los Angeles.
"Boy A" is a downbeat drama in which worst expectations are inexorably fulfilled.
Stephen Woolley and Elizabeth Karlsen's Number 9 Films has promoted Kate Lawrence to head of development, as it gears up a slate of projects by director's including Julian Schnabel and Miguel Arteta.
Eleven storylines, with no less than 54 speaking parts, humorously crisscross through raw,rambunctious contempo Dublin in "interMission," an extremely impressive debut by helmer John Crowley and…