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  • Locarno: Beta Cinema Takes Piazza Grande

    Locarno: Beta Cinema Takes Piazza Grande Entry ‘What Doesn’t Kill Us,’ from Sandra Nettelbeck (EXCLUSIVE)

    Beta Cinema has exercised its first look rights option on “What Doesn’t Kill Us,” writer-director Sandra Nettelbeck’s return to German filmmaking and to the themes and even one character of the string of drama-comedies, particularly “Mostly Martha,” which founded her reputation. With worldwide rights sold by Beta Cinema, “What Doesn’t Kills Us” will world premiere [...]

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    Found: Stanley Kubrick's Lost Screenplay, 'Burning Secret'

    A script co-written by Stanley Kubrick has been found by a British film academic who was researching the legendary director’s last picture, “Eyes Wide Shut.” The screenplay, “Burning Secret,” is an adaptation of a 1913 novella by Austrian novelist and playwright Stefan Zweig. It was written by Kubrick and author and screenwriter Calder Willingham (“The [...]

  • Director Hirokazu Kore-eda holds the Palme

    Juliette Binoche, Ethan Hawke Confirmed for Hirokazu Kore-eda’s ‘Verite’

    Fresh from his Palme d’Or triumph in Cannes, the Japanese director of “Shoplifters,” Hirokazu Kore-eda, confirmed that his next film will feature two of France’s biggest stars Juliette Binoche and Catherine Deneuve. They are to be joined by Ethan Hawke and Ludivine Sagnier (“8 Women”). “La Verite” (which translates as ‘The Truth’ in English) will [...]

  • STX Targeting August IPO in Hong

    STX Targeting August IPO in Hong Kong (Report)

    Hollywood mini-studio STX Entertainment is looking at going ahead with its planned IPO in Hong Kong as soon as next month. Hong Kong finance industry sources Monday echoed a report in the South China Morning Post quoting John Zhao of Hony Capital saying August was a likely date for STX’s share sale and finance-raising exercise. [...]


    Korea Box Office: ‘Ant-Man’ Stays Bigger Than ‘Skyscraper’

    “Ant-Man and the Wasp” remained on top of the South Korean box office for the second consecutive weekend. The Walt Disney release earned $8.35 million from 1.06 million admissions between Friday and Sunday, accounting for 46% of the total weekend box office. The superhero movie has earned a total of $34.0 million from 4.38 million [...]

  • China Box Office: 'Dying' Holds off

    China Box Office: 'Dying to Survive' Scores $69 Million, Holds Off 'Hidden Man'

    Social drama “Dying to Survive” continued its domination of the Chinese box office, despite a challenge from new revenge drama “Hidden Man.” “Dying to Survive’s” $68.5 million take was the highest outside North America this weekend and the second highest worldwide. By contrast, big-budget Chinese fantasy “Asura,” which was seen as a potential franchise-launcher, limped [...]

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