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Hayden Panettiere to join will join Vanessa Redgrave, Dennis Hopper at Ischia

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Hayden Panettiere, star of the television phenomenon Heroes and Freddie Highmore, the brilliant 15 year old lead in such critically acclaimed films as The Spiderwick Chronicles, August Rush and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory will join legendary actors Vanessa Redgrave and Dennis Hopper at the 6th Annual Ischia Global Film & Music Fest. The star-studded addition to an already remarkable line-up of directors, producers and financiers is certain to make this year’s international gathering ...

Hayden Panettiere to join will join Vanessa Redgrave, Dennis Hopper at Ischia

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Hayden Panettiere, star of the television phenomenon Heroes and Freddie Highmore, the brilliant 15 year old lead in such critically acclaimed films as The Spiderwick Chronicles, August Rush and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory will join legendary actors Vanessa Redgrave and Dennis Hopper at the 6th Annual Ischia Global Film & Music Fest. The star-studded addition to an already remarkable line-up of directors, producers and financiers is certain to make this year’s international gathering an i...

HAYDEN PANETTIERE AND FREDDIE HIGHMORE TRAVEL TO ITALY AND SPEND HOLIDAYS AT CAPRI, HOLLYWOOD

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Hayden Panettiere, star of the television phenomenon Heroes and Freddie Highmore, the brilliant 15 year old lead in such critically acclaimed films as August Rush and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory will join legendary actors Christopher Lee and John Malkovitch at the 12th Annual Capri, Hollywood 2007–The Film Festival. The star-studded addition to an already remarkable line-up of directors, producers and financiers is certain to make this year’s international gathering an important celebr...

Johnny Depp AFI Fest 2005 tribute

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AFI FEST 2005 powers through a week of Premieres and parties--looks forward to Friday's Johnny Depp TributeAFI FEST 2005 played host to a full slate of star-studded screenings, World Premieres and special events this week, and is primed to continue its run with a second spectacular weekend. TRANSAMERICA star Felicity Huffman's film brought out her DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES co-stars, while Tommy Lee Jones' directorial debut--THE THREE BURIALS OF MELQUIADES ESTRADA--enjoyed its US Premiere at the Egypt...

Kate Winslet’s Eternal Star Shines on Santa Barbara

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Kate Winslet’s Eternal Star Shines on Santa BarbaraOn Tuesday night, the 20th Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival presented Academy Award nominee Kate Winslet with the Sapphire Inspired Award for Outstanding Performance of the Year.Winslet was chosen based on her exceptional performances in 2004 as Sylvia Llewelyn Davies in “Finding Neverland” and Clementine Kruczynski, the uninhibited girlfriend of Jim Carrey in “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,” for which she recei...

BAFTA nominations announced: The Aviator flies

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BRITISH ACADEMY FILM AWARDS NOMINATIONS ANNOUNCEDThe Aviator has received 14 nominations for the forthcoming Orange British Academy Film Awards. Finding Neverland and Vera Drake have both received 11 nominations, and House of Flying Daggers has received 9.Kate Winslet has two nominations in the category Actress in a Leading Role, for Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and Finding Neverland. Jamie Foxx also has two nominations; Actor in a Leading Role for Ray and Actor in a Supporting Role f...

Santa Barbara panels, ranging from music to made-for-the-big-screen mayhem

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PANELISTS PREPARE TO TALK SHOP AT SANTA BARBARA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL SANTA BARBARA, CA—Each year, cinephiles and interested locals are drawn to the Santa Barbara International Film Festival for many reasons, a number of which are the thought-provoking panels, which traditionally attract the names behind some of Hollywood’s best big-budget and independent films.This year will be no exception. An assortment of panels, ranging from music to made-for-the-big-screen mayhem, will offer pan...

Mill Valley Film Festival Closes

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The Mill Valley Film Festival wrapped up here this week and as in years past the films themselves were the focus. Outside of New York, the Bay Area is one of the top markets for independent and foreign films, in part because the populace is diverse and highly educated. The Mill Valley festival draws more filmmakers and producers than celebrity-struck fans, which is just fine for the people showing the films -- they'd rather see word of mouth race through the industry, so they can get distributio...

Hollywood Festival line up completed

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THE 2004 HOLLYWOOD FILM FESTIVAL TO OPEN WITH THE WORLD PREMIERE OF "THE CUTTING EDGE"AND CLOSE WITH THE U.S. PREMIERE OF "A LOVE SONG FOR BOBBY LONG"The screenings will take place from October 12 to 17 at Arclight Theatres located at 6360 Sunset Blvd., in Hollywood.Opening Night World Premiere - "The Cutting Edge" by Wendy AppleCenterpiece Premieres:"Finding Neverland" by Marc Forster"Eulogy" by Michael Clancy"Undertow" by David Gordon Green"P.S." by Dylan KiddClosing Night U.S. Premiere - "A L...

Down From the Mountain: Telluride report

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Down From the MountainA writer braves treacherous weather, high altitudes, and long lines to reach that mother lode of cinema, Telluride.by Tim AppeloThe Telluride Film Festival was a place of peril this year. The 2,500 or so film pilgrims braved blistering sun, biblical rain, a freak snowstorm that frosted the peaks ridiculously prettily, a Dumpster-diving bear that roamed the streets by night, and a crazed fan resembling Santa Claus who kicked things and abused ticket takers until he was final...
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