NDM Boards Berlin Panorama Special Opener ‘600 Miles’ (EXCLUSIVE) Variety – Music

Taking one of the most anticipated Berlin Fest first features off the table, NDM, the Mexico and Paris-based sales house, has secured world sales rights to Tim Roth starrer “600 Miles,” which co-opens Berlin Panorama Special showcase next week. A cross-border drama-thriller-come-road movie, “600 Miles” marks the directorial debut of ….Read More Via:: VARIETY – Read more

Empire's Avengers: Age Of Ultron Covers Are Here Empire Magazine

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The Ultrinos are mutating… The March issue of Empire – onsale on January 29 – is a good-vs-evil affair, proudly sporting Earth’s Mightiest Heroes on newsstands and experiencing a full-on Ultron takeover on subscriber covers. Today, Empire; tomorrow, the galaxy… Click below for a closer look at them both. {Empire Cover ….Read More Via:: EMPIRE Read more

Egyptian Star Amr Waked Joins ‘Geostorm’ Cast (EXCLUSIVE) Variety – Music

Egyptian multihyphenate Amr Waked (“Lucy”) has joined the cast of Gerard Butler sci-fi blockbuster “Geostorm,” in which he will play the French head of security at an international space station when the earth’s climate control satellites fail to function. “Geostorm,” which is currently shooting in New Orleans, will mark the ….Read More Via:: VARIETY – Read more

Berlinale-Selected John Skoog Tops Goteborg’s Startsladden with ‘Reduit (Redoubt)’ Variety – Music

GOTEBORG — John Skoog’s “Reduit (Redoubt)” has won the 12th Goteborg Festival’s Startsladden, one of the world’s largest short film prizes, carrying a nearly Sk500,000 ($64,000) prize in cash, film equipment and services. A hauntingly beautiful film about a man who once erected a fortress in the countryside, “Reduit” (Redoubt)” ….Read More Via:: VARIETY – Read more

Slamdance Film Review: ‘Dennis Rodman’s Big Bang in Pyongyang’ Variety – Music

A deftly constructed, consistently engrossing and frequently flat-out-hilarious account of a controversial sporting event with geopolitical implications, “Dennis Rodman’s Big Bang in Pyongyang” arrives just in time to serve as a stranger-than-fiction companion piece to “The Interview.” Director Colin Offland strikes the perfect balance of bemused spectator and impartial commentator ….Read More Via:: VARIETY – Read more