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  • CANNES: Bertolucci To Head Jury Of New Connect4Climate Online Fest

    Bernardo Bertolucci will head the jury of the Connect4Climate online film festival, a new competition for filmmakers which aims to address the planet's pressing climate change issues. The new initiative of the World Bank and the Italian Ministry of the...
  • 'World War Z' Sequel to Be Written by Steven Knight (EXCLUSIVE)

    Oscar-nominated scribe Steven Knight has been tapped to write Paramount and Skydance's sequel to "World War Z," sources confirm. J.A. Bayona ("The Impossible") will direct the zombie sequel, with Brad Pitt returning in the starring role. Plot details...
  • Amazon reveals 2 new pilots for 2014

    Amazon reveals 2 new pilots for 2014
    Amazon has green lit two more pilots that will debut later this year on Amazon Instant Video as part of the streaming service's third pilot season. Adam Brody and Chloë Sevigny headline the dramatic comedy "The Cosmopolitans,” while Ron Perlman,...
  • Amazon Studios Starts Production on Next Pilots, Whit Stillman's 'The Cosmopolitans' and Drama 'Hand of God' Starring Ron Perlman

    Amazon Studios announced that production is commencing this week on its next two pilots - dramedy "The Cosmopolitans" from Whit Stillman and hour-long drama "Hand of God" -- which will debut on the Internet retailer's site later in 2014 for public...
  • Zurich Film Festival Changes Competition Section

    LONDON -- The Zurich Film Festival has rearranged its competition section and increased the prize money for its 10th anniversary edition. The competition section will now comprise three categories: International Feature Film, International Documentary...
  • How the Producers of 'Dallas Buyers Club,' 'Wolf of Wall Street' and 'Fruitvale Station' Got the Films Off the Ground

    Producing movies is not exactly a science; there are myriad ways to approach the discipline. But whether the budgets are $1 million or $100 million, many of the obstacles remain the same, managing finite amounts of time and money, locking down locations...
  • How SAG Award Nominees '12 Years a Slave,' 'American Hustle' Were Cast

    The characters comprising this year's SAG-nominated ensembles are based on either real people or memorable stage characters. So it's safe to say casting directors had shoes of epic proportions to fill. Rich Delia, who cast "Dallas Buyers Club" with Kerry...
  • Brad Pitt's Plan B Entertainment exiting Paramount Pictures

    Brad Pitt's film company, Plan B Entertainment, has signed a production deal with New Regency and RatPac Entertainment -- an arrangement that precipitates his company's departure from Paramount Pictures at the end of the year. The pact takes one of...
  • Losing Brad Pitt's Plan B puts focus on Paramount Pictures' strategy

    The impending departure of Brad Pitt's Plan B Entertainment from Paramount Pictures would seem like a blow to the Hollywood studio, which is suffering from a perception problem. The studio is making fewer films these days, and enjoying smaller market...
  • 'World War Z' for Best Picture?

    There are many films this year that I admire, and a few that hold a special place in my heart. One of those is a film produced by Brad Pitt and the Plan B team and I am praying that when Academy Award nominations are announced on Jan. 16, this one will do...
  • Slamdance Unveils Competition Lineup (EXCLUSIVE)

    The Slamdance Film Festival, launched two decades ago as an alternative to Sundance, has unveiled 18 titles for its narrative and documentary feature film competition programs. The lineup -- which includes 11 world premieres, four North American...
  • Darren Aronofsky's 'Noah': Can't auteurs and studios just get along?

    Darren Aronofsky's 'Noah': Can't auteurs and studios just get along?
    Making a big studio movie when you're the strong-willed independent sort can run you into a lot of sand traps. Filmmakers in that position think studio execs are a bunch of philistines and marketing-minded meddlers, while the execs thinks a director is...