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  • Jack Ma, Alibaba

    China-U.S. Tariff Battle Spells Long Term Pain for Entertainment

    The entertainment industry may be feeling relieved that the latest $200 billion round of tariffs announced on Monday by Donald Trump against Chinese imports did little direct damage. But the pain may come in the longer term if economic relations between the world’s two largest economies continue to worsen. Jack Ma, who had been the [...]

  • 'Ah Boys To Men: Frogmen"

    Visual Effects Firm Vividthree Heads for Singapore IPO

    Singapore-based digital effects company Vividthree Holdings is to float on the local stock exchange later this month. The IPO will raise $9.50 million (S$13 million). The firm is a subsidiary of mini-conglomerate mm2 Asia, which currently has a 49% holding. That position will fall to 42% and leading individual shareholders Charles Yeo and Jay Hong [...]

  • Between Two Waters

    San Sebastian: Filmax Swoops on Competition Title ‘Between Two Waters’ (EXCLUSIVE)

    MADRID — Barcelona-based mini-major Filmax has secured world sales rights outside Spain to “Entre dos Aguas” (Between Two Waters), one of the two Spanish world premieres in its main competition, directed by Isaki Lacuesta who lifted the festival’s top Golden Shell in 2011 with “The Double Steps.” BTeam Pictures, the distribution arm of BTeamProds, one [...]

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    Cary Joji Fukunaga to Direct New James Bond Film

    Cary Joji Fukunaga will direct the new James Bond film, the producers announced Thursday. The 25th Bond installment will begin filming in London, at Pinewood Studios, on March 4, 2019, with a worldwide release on Feb. 14, 2020, a few months after its original target date. Fukunaga, who won acclaim for 2015 war film “Beasts [...]

  • 'Garry Winogrand: All Things Are Photographable'

    Film Review: 'Garry Winogrand: All Things Are Photographable'

    A documentary about an artist or photographer should feel like an adventure, one that burrows into the boldness of its subject. (There are exceptions, of course, but in general, if the subject isn’t bold, why is someone bothering to make a film about it?) “Garry Winogrand: All Things Are Photographable” is an exceedingly good documentary, [...]

  • Danny Boyle

    Film News Roundup: Danny Boyle's Comedy Moved Forward

    In today’s film news roundup, Danny Boyle’s upcoming comedy has been moved forward, James Wan is producing a horror movie based on the short “Milk” and “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington” is returning to theaters. RELEASE DATE Universal Pictures will move its untitled Danny Boyle comedy forward three months from Sept. 13, 2019, to June [...]

  • Los Angeles Film Festival Tries Awards

    LA Film Festival Looks for Reinvention With Fall Berth

    Eight years ago, the LA Film Festival hosted June premieres in downtown Los Angeles for a pair of decidedly high-profile movies — “Twilight Saga: Eclipse” and “Despicable Me.” The festival’s 24th edition, which launches Thursday night, will be very different. Film Independent moved the festival from downtown two years ago to the Arclight venues. Tentpoles [...]

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