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Keanu Reeves' "Side By Side" to open 20th PLUS CAMERIMAGE

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PLUS CAMERIMAGE, the International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography celebrating its landmark 20th anniversary this year, announced today that Keanu Reeves’ new documentary “Side by Side” has been selected to open the Festival, which takes place November 24th – December 1st. The announcement was made by Festival Director Marek Żydowicz.   Said Żydowicz, “We are truly excited that ‘Side by Side’ will open the 20th edition of our Festival and that th...

Eye on German Cannes pre sales

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Constantin Film, one of Germany’s leading independents, has licensed all German speaking rights to Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D, in a Cannes presale deal from Nu Image, Inc. John Luessenhop is directing Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D. Production is slated to begin in June.  The film is a joint Nu Image, Inc./Millennium Films and Lionsgate production, with Nu Image selling international rights and Lionsgate distributing in the U.S. Carl Mazzocone is producing the film, which hopes to l...

Deborah Hadfield on 'The Kindness of Strangers'

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                                  Deborah Hadfield is the proud debut director of her first feature film, the romantic road movie entitled, ‘The Kindness of Strangers' (2010). I spoke with Deborah recently about the making of her film and what it was like to shoot on location throughout three different countries in Europe...

The Golden Age of Television Competition Call for entry

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Quarter Finals: December 15th Semi Finals - December 28th Winner - January 15th, 2011 Call for Entries is open Extended Deadline: November 15th, 2010 Contact Info Official Webiste Contact the competition's Founder Julie Gray info@justeffing.com         ...

The Golden Age of Television & Short Script Competition

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The Golden Age of Television & Short Script Competition

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Opportunity, access and acclaim. With more content and exhibitors than feature films, by far, television writing is an exciting way for aspiring writers to break in. The Golden Age of Television Competition is looking for writers with new ideas and a strong voice so that we may introduce you to industry players who matter. There are two categories for submission: Spec scripts (for existing shows), half-hour and one hour, all genres. Original pilots and MOW (movie of the ...

The future of Animation panel at The Hamptons International Film Festival

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  "The Future of Animation" panel took place Sunday, October 10, at UA Cinema 6 in East Hampton, at the Hamptons International Film Festival, panelists included Lee Unkrich and Darla K. Anderson (director and producer of Toy Story 3), Thelma Adams (US Weekly, New York Film Critics Circle), Signe Baumane (Birth, Teat Beat of Sex), and Jim Cox (Over the Hedge, RingTales co-founder). New Yorker cartoon editor and Cartoon Bank founder Bob Mankoff will moderate.   "...

The Happy Accident

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From Sebrina Siegel, our leading lady on REMAINDERED...I once had a friend ask me what a “happy accident” was, and I explained the term (which I had learned as a photography student and frequently used) as best I could. I so wish I had had the filming of today’s final scene for REMAINDERED to give as an example....We’re at the Sureway in Henderson, Kentucky, surrounded by about 20-30 crew members, extras, and local observers, and we’re filming our last scene…which is actually the f...

And the Diff winners are...

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The Durban International Film Festival is pleased to announce that the winner of the Best Feature Film of its 31 st edition is The White Meadows ( Iran ). Directed by Mohammad Rasoulof, the film was lauded by the International Jury as a “timeless and poetic narrative.” “The film conjures up a landscape that is visually stunning and intriguing because it is both harsh and beautiful. It is an enigmatic and poignant political allegory and takes the viewers through a journey on life's ...

Script to Screen Q&A Huge Success! - 2009 Charleston International Film Festival (www.CharlestonIFF.com)

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SCRIPT TO SCREEN Q&A - 2009 Charleston International Film Festival Ever wonder how a script gets to production and screen? Do you have writing or producing aspirations, or your own screenplay? Industry professionals Joanna Kerns (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0005088/); WGA nominated writer and producer Jason Tracey of USA Network's Burn Notice; Marshall Persinger, Executive Producer of ABC Lifetime's Army Wives series; Terry Sweeney and Lanier Laney from Saturday Night Live and MadTV, ...

The New York Television Festival announces keynotes

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The New York Television Festival (NYTVF) today announced Emmy Award-winning writer and producer Ronald D. Moore as the keynote speaker for the indie TV fest's first ever Development Day, a free series of panels and discussions with industry leaders for those aiming to take their television careers to the next level, Saturday, September 26 at New World Stages (340 West 50th Street, btwn 8th and 9th Aves). In addition to the keynote address, the day will feature writers and executives from "30 Roc...

James Schamus keynotes at next London Times BFI

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The Times BFI 53rd London Film Festival in association with Skillset, is pleased to announce that the Oscar-nominated and BAFTA winning producer and screenwriter James Schamus will talk on the following theme on Tuesday 27 October: “MY WIFE IS A TERRORIST: LESSONS IN STORYTELLING FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY”Festival Artistic Director, Sandra Hebron said, “We are delighted to be working alongside Skillset on this event. James in not only someone with an enviable track record in...

Frankie D: An Interview with Rosemary Edelman

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By Nicole Holland Writer/Director/Producer Rosemary Edelman’s film lineage dates back to Hollywood’s Golden Age. Her father, Louis F. Edelman, produced some of the well-known classics: I’ll See You in My Dreams (Doris Day), Operation Pacific (John Wayne), The Big Trees (Kirk Douglas), The West Point Story (James Cagney, Doris Day), Once Upon a Time (Cary Grant), You Were Never Lovelier (Fred Astair, Rita Hayworth) and The Barbara Stanwyck Show. In addition, he wrote The Big ...

Hamptons Fest Screenwriters’ Lab

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The Hamptons International Film Festival will host its 9th annual Screenwriters’ Lab cosponsored by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation this April 3 – 5 in East Hampton, NY. Over the course of one long weekend, emerging screenwriters will have the opportunity to meet one-on-one each day with established screenwriting mentors who will advise them on how to develop their scripts and move their projects closer to production. Within this supportive environment, the screenwriters are encouraged to tak...
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