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Israeli Drama ‘Foxtrot’ Acquired By Sony Pictures Classics As Pic Wins 8 Ophir Awards

EXCLUSIVE: Foxtrot, the Samuel Maoz-directed Israeli film that won Grand Jury Prize at the Venice Film Festival and was one of the most buzzed about films in Toronto, has been acquired by Sony Pictures Classics. SPC bought North American rights, just before the film today won eight Ophir Awards including Best Picture and Best Director for Maoz. Show More Summary

London Film Festival Adds Pics From John Woo, Alex Gibney, Venice Winners

The BFI London Film Festival has added four titles to its lineup, including three fresh from the Venice Film Festival and one that heads to New York at the end of this month. Alex Gibney’s No Stone Unturned will screen in LFF’s Debate strand. Show More Summary

Emmys 2017: Red Carpet Arrivals Photo Gallery

Fashion on the Emmy red carpet this afternoon covered a wide spectrum with an extra splash of silver — and a page out of the recent Venice Film Festival. Black-ish nominee Tracee Ellis Ross and Veep nominee Anna Chlumsky sported long shiny numbers as did Orange Is The New Black's Laverne Cox. Show More Summary

Movie Review: Tulip Fever

Among people who keep an eye on movie news, Tulip Fever has been a bit of a folk tale. It was announced in 2013, and screened at the 2015 Venice film festival, but then its release dates kept getting pushed back and back and back. When...Show More Summary

A24 Acquires U.S. Rights To Paul Schrader’s ‘First Reformed’

A24 has acquired U.S. rights to Paul Schrader's thriller First Reformed which stars Ethan Hawke and Amanda Seyfried. The film, which made its World Premiere at the Venice Film Festival followed by screenings at Telluride and Toronto,...Show More Summary

Alexander Payne On ‘Downsizing’ And Finding A Fictional Solution To The World’s Population Problem – Toronto Studio

Alexander Payne had the distinction of opening this year's Venice Film Festival with his new film Downsizing, which followed last year's La La Land in a first-night slot that is often seen as a launching pad for awards season titles....Show More Summary

‘Loving Pablo’s Javier Bardem On His Two Decade Journey Toward Portraying Pablo Escobar — Toronto Studio

Appearing at both the Venice Film Festival and the Toronto Film Festival with two films—Loving Pablo, from Spanish writer/director Fernando León de Aranoa, and Darren Aronofsky’s menacing Mother!—Javier Bardem is having a banner year. Show More Summary

What Guillermo del Toro Learned from ‘The Mansion of Madness’

By Jacob Oller Latin horror dealt with turmoil in a uniquely transformative fashion. uillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water won top prize, the Golden Lion, at the 2017 Venice Film Festival which will likely lead to a longer awards push for the film. Show More Summary

‘The Shape Of Water’ Trailer: Red Band Clip Splashes Clear Image Of Creature

Fox Searchlight’s new red band trailer for Guillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water gives those of us who couldn’t attend the Venice Film Festival a much clearer look than previous trailers at the mysterious “asset,” the by-turns fanciful...Show More Summary

The Shape of Water Red Band Trailer is Here!

The film just won the Venice Film Festival’s top prize, the Golden Lion! The post The Shape of Water Red Band Trailer is Here! appeared first on

Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem return to Venice festival

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Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem have returned to Venice International Film Festival 25 years after they made their debut. Now they're a married couple, starring in 'Loving Pablo, about notorious drug lord Pablo Escobar. (Sept. 6)        

Venice 2017: My Favorite Films of the Festival + A Final Venezia Recap

We're in the thick of the fall movie season now, with the Toronto Film Festival finishing up this weekend. I attended my first Venice Film Festival this year (read about my experience at the fest) and saw a total of 26 films across 10 days. Show More Summary

Guillermo del Toro says making latest movie was 'torture'

While promoting 'The Shape of Water' at Venice International Film Festival, director Guillermo del Toro admits that making the movie was "torture." (Sept. 1)        

5 Must-See Movies From This Year’s Venice Film Festival

From dark fantasy tales by Guillermo del Toro, to the flat out horrifying new film from the man behind Black Swan, this year’s Venice Film Festival lineup was as hot as ever. Last August, the Venice Film Festival on Italy’s most art-filled island played host to some of the biggest movies that would come to […]

Judi Dench rules 'Victoria & Abdul' premiere

Judi Dench, Eddie Izzard, Ali Fazal and Stephen Frears attend the premiere for 'Victoria & Abdul' at the 74th Venice International Film Festival. (Sep. 4)        

74th Venice Film Festival Crowns ‘The Shape of Water,’ El Basha, Rampling

This year’s Venice Film Festival closed Sept. 9, with a flurry of Oscar-hopeful films and Hollywood’s biggest stars descending upon the Lido for the 74th year of the world’s first film festival. The jury of the 2017 festival, headedShow More Summary

THE SHAPE OF WATER Wins Golden Lion at 2017 Venice Film Festival

The winners of this year's Venice Film Festival have been announced. Mexican director Guillermo del Toro's highly acclaimed fantasy romance "The Shape of Water" was the big winner,... For more, visit our blog !

Full Trailer for Alexander Payne's Human Shrinking Film 'Downsizing'

"Nervous?" "Uh, a little..." Paramount has just unveiled the full trailer for Alexander Payne's Downsizing, which premiered at the Venice and Toronto Film Festival to mixed reviews. This social satire from Payne is a hugely ambitious film where the Norwegians have invented a method to shrink humans down to a very small size - about 4 inches. Show More Summary

‘Downsizing’ Trailer: Honey, Alexander Payne Shrunk Matt Damon and Kristen Wiig

After playing the Venice Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival this month, Alexander Payne‘s latest film Downsizing has debuted a full theatrical trailer, giving us a glimpse at the director’s first sci-fi film as only he can deliver. Show More Summary

‘The Insult’ Director Ziad Doueiri Detained In Lebanon After Venice Win – Reports

French-Lebanese director Ziad Doueiri, whose The Insult won the top acting prize at the Venice Film Festival over the weekend and is Lebanon’s entry for the Foreign Language Oscar this year, was detained upon arriving at Beirut airport on Sunday. Show More Summary

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