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    How Michael Moore Lost His Audience

    The films of Michael Moore have been faltering at the box office for several years now. This weekend, though, the lackluster performance of his latest truth-to-power opus, “Fahrenheit 11/9,” was notably dramatic, if not downright stark. The movie is a sequel, of sorts, to “Fahrenheit 9/11,” Moore’s scathing riff on the administration of George W. [...]

  • The Nun Movie

    'The Nun' Dominates International Box Office for Third Weekend in a Row With $35 Million

    Warner Bros.’ “The Nun” topped the international box office for the third straight weekend, generating another $35.5 million in 80 markets. That takes its overseas total to $191.7 million for a global tally of $292.6 million. “The Nun” now ranks as the biggest “Conjuring” movie in 32 territories. It’s also the highest grossing Warner Bros. title [...]

  • Izaguirre's 'Ane & Peio' Eyes Latin

    San Sebastian: Lara Izaguirre's Project 'Ane & Peio' Eyes Latin American Market (EXCLUSIVE)

    Basque company Gariza Films is partnering with France’s La Fidèle to co-produce “Ane & Peio, A Paprika Love Story,” writer-director Lara Izagirre’s follow-up to “An Autumn Without Berlin.” Izagirre caught attention with “Berlin,” a Basque homecoming drama which earned a best new actress Goya award for Irene Escolar in 2016. One of the 17 movie [...]

  • Paulina García Set For ‘Happiness,’ From

    San Sebastian: ‘Gloria’s’ Paulina García to Star in ‘Happiness’ (EXCLUSIVE)

    SAN SEBASTIAN — Chilean actress Paulina García, winner of a Berlin best actress Silver Bear for Sebastian Lelio’s 2013 ”Gloria,” which inspired his Toronto hit “Gloria Bell,” with Julianne Moore, is attached to star in the second feature of Pepa San Martín, “Happiness.” The project will be pitched at the 7th Europe-Latin America Co-Production Forum [...]

  • Oscars: Mostofa Sarwar Farooki's 'Roses' Selected

    Mostofa Sarwar Farooki's 'No Bed of Roses' is Bangladesh Oscar Contender

    The Bangladesh Oscar Committee has selected Mostofa Sarwar Farooki’s “No Bed of Roses” (“Doob”) as the country’s entry to the Oscars foreign language category. The film follows a renowned filmmaker who creates a scandal in Bangladesh when he leaves his wife and marries his daughter’s classmate. Indian actor Irrfan Khan stars in and co-produced the [...]

  • ECAM Incubator Documentary Project ‘The Garcias’

    A Look at ECAM Incubator Documentary Project ‘The Garcias’

    SAN SEBASTIAN — Part of The Screen’s Incubator – a new initiative from Madrid-based film school ECAM intended to promote the production of feature films and develop emerging talent – Paco Nicolás’ “The Garcias” received a €10,000 ($11,800 USD) grant to be used in the production of the family reunion-themed documentary. In Spain series like [...]

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