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On Set For ‘The Shape Of Water’ Guillermo Del Toro “Bled” To Realize His Most Ambitious Project Yet

Guillermo del Toro is taking a breath. It probably feels like his first in 12 months. It is a hot summer's day on the Lido in Venice, and his latest film, The Shape of Water, is tonight's film festival premiere. From the outside, this past year for the Mexican writer and director has looked pretty good. Show More Summary

‘The Shape Of Water’s’ Guillermo Del Toro Ranks His Favorite Del Toro Films, But Says “I Would Die For Each Of My 10 Movies” – Behind The Lens

Since his The Shape of Water won the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival in early September to begin its awards-season run, Guillermo del Toro has only added to the Oscar heat behind the film. It led all Critics’ Choice Awards nominees...Show More Summary

‘The Shape of Water’ Dominates 23rd Critics’ Choice Award Nominations

The 23rd annual Critics’ Choice Awards unveiled its nominees Dec. 6. Guillermo del Toro’s “The Shape of Water,” which premiered at the Venice Film Festival back in August and was awarded the festival’s highest prize, led the pack ofShow More Summary

Charlie Plummer in Official Trailer for Andrew Haigh's 'Lean on Pete'

You can't get anywhere on your own. A24 has revealed the first official trailer for an indie drama titled Lean on Pete, which premiered at the Venice Film Festival this year and also played in Telluride, Toronto and London. Andrew Haigh...Show More Summary

Full US Trailer for Lebanese Film 'The Insult' from Director Ziad Doueiri

"It's about the truth." "Which truth?" Cohen Media Group has released the official US trailer for a Lebanese film titled The Insult, which premiered at the Venice Film Festival this fall. This film is a radical, dramatic profile of the division and tensions in Lebanon, specifically between the two prominent religious groups - Christians and Muslims. Show More Summary

‘Foxtrot’ Director Samuel Maoz On The Nature Of Israel’s “Collective Trauma”

While Samuel Maoz’s Israeli Oscar entry Foxtrot was tremendously popular at the Venice Film Festival, taking the Grand Jury Prize, among other recognitions, it hasn’t been quite so popular in Israel itself, generating a great deal of controversy in Maoz’s homeland. “Someone wrote me an email that said he was waiting for me outside my building. Show More Summary

Oscars 2018: Pete Hammond Breaks Down The Winners And Losers Of The Fall Festivals

Last year at this time, strong and obvious Best Picture Oscar contenders had emerged from the so-called Fall trifecta of film festivals at Venice, Telluride and Toronto. Movies like La La Land and Moonlight, Hidden Figures, Hacksaw Ridge and Arrival all staked their claim to a spot with their debuts and key fest exposure. Show More Summary

First Trailer for Documentary 'Cuba and the Cameraman' from Netflix

"The story of Cuba, told by one filmmaker over five decades." Netflix has released the trailer for the new documentary titled Cuba and the Cameraman, which premiered at the Venice Film Festival this year. This is made by filmmaker Jon Alpert, who has spent more time documenting and filming in Cuba than just about anyone else. Show More Summary

‘My Generation’: Lionsgate UK Tunes Into Michael Caine’s Starry 60s London Doc

Following its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival, and a sold out performance at the recent London Film Festival, the Michael Caine-produced and -narrated 1960s Britain documentary My Generation has been acquired by Lionsgate UK. Show More Summary

Official Trailer for 'Along for the Ride' Documentary on Dennis Hopper

An official trailer has arrived for a documentary titled Along for the Ride, which premiered at the Venice Film Festival last year. Along for the Ride profiles the life and career of actor Dennis Hopper, who you will recognize from all kinds of different movies over the years. Show More Summary

Los Angeles Film Festival Moving To Fall Starting In 2018

The Los Angeles Film Festival said today that beginning next year the fest will take place in September, setting itself up to be involved in the heated and crowded fall festival season that includes the Telluride, Venice, Toronto and New York film fests. Show More Summary

Your Early 2018 Oscar Predictions Are Here

3 months agoEntertainment : BuzzSugar

Fall has just started, and a lot of the big, serious Oscar-bait dramas haven't even come out to the general public. But because of the recently wrapped Venice and Toronto Film Festivals, we already have a good idea of a few movies that are in the award-season running. Show More Summary

Czech & Slovak Film Festival @ NFSA

4 months agoAustralia / Canberra : RiotACT

There are many top-tier film festivals around the world. Cannes, Berlin, Venice and Toronto are all synonymous with celebrations of cinema. However, below this top rung there is another festival circuit boasting a plethora of exciting events on the international film calendar. One such annual fixture takes place in a small city named Karlovy Vary. […]

#312 October 3, 2017

Matt writes: This year's film festivals in Venice, Telluride and Toronto offered plenty of enticing titles set to open over the next few months, and publisher Chaz Ebert decided to highlight some of her favorites. In an...Show More Summary

Cupid's Arrow Pierced My Tender Heart at the Movies

Labor Day is the official start of the awards season with the advent of annual film festivals in Venice, Telluride and Toronto (not that we will forget earlier films like "Get Out"). There are so many good and exciting movies that audiences can look forward to in the coming months that I just wanted to highlight a few of them. Show More Summary

Your Definitive 2017–18 Film Awards Calendar

Get ready, Oscar enthusiasts. The 2017–18 film awards season is now officially underway. By wrapping up their festivities and crowning their winners, the film festivals of Venice, Telluride, and Toronto have kicked off every movie buff’s favorite time of year. Show More Summary

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

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