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Exodus-Gods and Kings, Review: Wrath and bloodbath

Exodus-Gods and Kings, Review: Wrath and bloodbath Exodus is the name of a long novel by Leon Uris, published in 1958, about the establishing of the modern state of Israel, and set in 1947, but this film goes back some 2300 years, to THE Exodus. It was to be titled just Exodus, but the copyright to the name was already taken, so the ‘Gods and Kings’ sub-title had to be added. Exodus-Gods and Kings is an epic on the exodus of the Israelites from Egypt 300-400 years before Chris...

John Turturro, Rick Carter and Joan Churchill honored at 2013 Camerimage Film Festival

Golden Globe nominee and Emmy winner John Turturro (Transformers, Fading Gigolo, Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?, Transformers: Dark of the Moon); Two-time Academy Award® winner Rick Carter (Avatar, Forrest Gump, Jurassic Park), and celebrated filmmaker Joan Churchill (Aileen: Life and Death of a Serial Killer, Shut Up & Sing, Kurt & Courtney) will be honoured at CAMERIMAGE, the International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography, which takes place November 16th – 23rd.  ...

Pimp My Friend: Woody Allen and John Turturro Team Up in “Fading Gigolo”

The Toronto International Film Festival has wrapped for another year. As always, film fans lined up in droves to watch movies from the morning to the wee hours of the night, while others clamored for a chance to catch a glimpse of their favorite celebrities on the red carpet or surreptitiously at local bars and restaurants. And among the 288 features presented from September 5 to 15, one of the first to sell out all of its screenings was Fading Gigolo written and directed by John Turturro, sta...

Anthony Hopkins Makes His Directorial Debut

Friday, January 12----What do you do when you have won every acting accolade there is, including the coveted Oscar for an iconic role (that people will still be talking about 100 years from now)....direct an independent feature, of course. That is the decision made by Anthony Hopkins, whose Oscar-winning turn as Hannibal Lecter in Jonathan Demme's THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS, is the stuff of legend. After more than 100 feature and television films in a 40 year career, Hopkins (at the ripe young a...
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