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    Jennifer Hudson, Taylor Swift, James Corden Cast in Movie Version of 'Cats'

    Jennifer Hudson, Taylor Swift, James Corden and Ian McKellen have been cast in Working Title’s upcoming movie version of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s smash musical “Cats.” Tom Hooper, the Oscar-winning director of “The King’s Speech,” will direct “Cats,” which is set to begin shooting in Britain in November. The screenplay by Lee Hall (“Billy Elliot”) is [...]

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    Six Thai Cave Rescue Films Now in Development

    The number of films being prepared about the recent cave rescue in northern Thailand has risen to six, according to Thai government sources. Thailand’s Ministry of Culture says it expects the military government’s Cabinet next week to approve the establishment of a special committee to oversee all film projects relating to the dramatic mission. “Five [...]

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    Iciar Bollain, Isaki Lacuesta, Rodrigo Sorogoyen, Carlos Vermut Join San Sebastian Competition

    MADRID — New movies from recent San Sebastian Golden Shell winners – Carlos Vermut’s “Quién te cantará” and Isaki Lacuesta’s “Entre dos aguas” – will screen in main competition this year along with Iciar Bollaín’s “Yuli” and Rodrigo Sorogoyen’s “The Realm.” Announcing the complete line-up of Spanish films at San Sebastian in Madrid on Friday, [...]

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    Film Review: 'Far From the Tree'

    Let’s say you’re pregnant. It’s quite possibly the happiest and most anxiety-inducing time of your life. And then the doctor delivers the news: Your baby will be born with Down syndrome, deafness, or dwarfism. How do you react? Or maybe you’ve been a proud parent for years, and somewhere along the way, when your child [...]

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    Hollywood May Win Quota Concession in China (Report)

    The quantity of Hollywood movies imported into China may increase under the terms of a trade deal. The number of films able to be distributed in China on revenue sharing terms could grow from 34 at present to 44, according to news publication The Information. No sources are cited. The publication also says that the [...]

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    Film Review: 'Damascus Cover'

    Set during the weeks following the 1989 fall of the Berlin Wall, “Damascus Cover” is, in the strictest sense of the term, a period piece. But Daniel Zelik Berk’s low-key drama actually plays like a throwback to an earlier era — specifically, the mid-to-late 1960s, the heyday of Cold War thrillers in which grim, unglamorous [...]

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    Shinobu Hashimoto, Scriptwriter for Akira Kurosawa, Dies at 100

    Shinobu Hashimoto, a prominent scriptwriter, director and producer, best known for his work with Akira Kurosawa, died in Tokyo Thursday from pneumonia. He was 100. During the war years Hashimoto studied scriptwriting under Mansaku Itami, a writer and director who was the father of actor/director Juzo Itami. A Hashimoto script based on the Ryunosuke Akutagawa short [...]

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