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Martin Scorsese Reteams with Schrader as Executive Producer for the Card Counter

Academy Award® and Golden Globe nominee Paul Schrader (First Reformed, Raging Bull, Taxi Driver) has cast Emmy Award winner Tiffany Haddish (Like a Boss, Girls Trip), Tye Sheridan (Ready Player One, Mud) and four-time Academy Award® nominee Willem Dafoe (The Lighthouse, At Eternity’s Gate, The Florida Project) to star with Golden Globe winner Oscar Isaac (Inside Llewyn Davis, Ex Machina, Show Me a Hero) in revenge thriller The Card Counter. Based on the origin...

Berlinale Blues

Life is change, but as the Dalai Lama says, the Lightbub has to want to change. New dates, new directors, new directions, and what changing temperatures during this 70th edition of one of the most celebrated international film rendezvous in the calendar, created by a former (in dispute), charming (not in dispute as I remember him well on my first-footing, fresh from Oxford University, to what was to become the last summer edition of the Cold War celluloid showcase in the metropolitan oasis of We...

Coproduction Office handled worldwide sales on DAU. Natasha

      Coproduction Office have announced they will sell Ilya Khrzhanovskiy and Jekaterina Oertel’s DAU. Natasha worldwide.   The first feature film in a series of five DAU features, DAU. Natasha will have its world premiere in competition at the Berlin Film Festival at 10.00pm CET on Wednesday 26 February. Its companion DAU. Degeneration, a work in nine chapters, will screen in Berlin as a Berlinale Special at Haus der Berliner Festspiele on Friday 28 February. D...

See-Saw Films’ next production The Unknown Man with Anonymous Content.

Golden Globe nominated actor Joel Edgerton (Loving, Boy Erased) and Sean Harris (Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, The King) are set to star in thriller The Unknown Man, the sophomore feature from writer/director Thomas M Wright (Acute Misfortune). A See-Saw Films and Anonymous Content production, the original feature film is produced by Emile Sherman, Iain Canning, Rachel Gardner, Kerry Roberts, Kim Hodgert and Joel Edgerton. Rocket Science alongside See-Saw’s in-house sales arm, Cross C...

Film Mode Entertainment’s ANTI-LIFE, aka BREACH starring BRUCE WILLIS Secures Worldwide Sales in Berlin at EFM

  The action packed sci-fi/feature sends shockwaves through Berlin at EFM, resulting in numerous confirmed sales across the globe     BERLIN (February 25, 2020) – Clay Epstein’s Film Mode Entertainment is pleased to announce multiple sales on ANTI-LIFE aka BREACH during EFM in Berlin.    “Anti-Life delivers on VFX, action and most importantly Bruce Willis.  Audiences are in for a fun ride and we’re overwhelm...

Berlinale World Cinema Fund With Two New Funding Activities

Welcome speech to the Berlinale World Cinema Fund Day 2020 with Vincenzo Bugno (Head of the WCF) und Mariette Rissenbeek (Executive Director of the Berlin International Film Festival). © Jürgen Bremer   World Cinema Fund In cooperation with the ACP Secretariat (African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States) and the European Commission, the WCF launches the new funding programme WCF ACP / In cooperation with TorinoFilmLab (TFL), the Audience Design Award - by WCF Europe &...

My Fresh Reel of New York of the 19th Century

Now my poetic reel of New York of the 19th century (based at my drafts of the city) is accessible through You can follow its poetic structure, basing at the contours of the formerly built city, with a cascade of its embankments and dwellings stylized over old Europe but magnified in sizes and extended in shapes... By Anna Polibina-Polansky, a poetic filmmaker, Moscow. The versified script was also created by myself; the film is self-illustrated (the plot is accompanied wit...

Focus on Berlinale: Videos Newsletter 6

Berlinale Newsletters 1 I 2 I 3 I 4 I 5 I 6 I 7 I 8 I Animation in Focus I Final  FOLLOW US ON THE SOCIAL NETWORKS:             Email us to be featured in the next  newsletters "Back with the bears" Red Carpet moments at Berlinale Cate Blanchett arrives for the "Statele...

Thappad, Review: This slap is going to cost you dear

Thappad, Review: This slap is going to cost you dear A simple, significant, timely and relevant story line might be too thin to stretch into a full-length movie. Having settled for such a plot, the options would include spreading the narrative thinly across the pages of a tight screenplay, or padding it up with sub-plots and characters that might not be vital to the theme. Thappad (Slap) opts for the latter choice, and, in the process, dilutes its impact. What emerges is a well-made film that...

Red Carpet moments at Berlinale

Cate Blanchett arrives for the "Stateless" premiere during the 70th Berlinale;  Elle Fanning arrives for the "The Roads Not Taken" premiere; Johnny Depp arrives  for the "Minamata" premiere; Annabelle Mandeng, Nils Verkooijen, Welket Bungue, director Burhan Qurbani, Albrecht Schuch, Jella Haase, Joachim Krol, Richard Fouofie Djimeli and Michael Davies arrive for the "Berlin Alexanderplatz" premiere during the 70th Berlinale Photos: Franz...