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Netflix Partners With Inaugural Smithsonian African American Film Festival

The Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture announced on Tuesday that it will partner with Netflix in preparation for its inaugural Smithsonian African American Film Festival this October. As part of the partnership, Netflix will also screen its upcoming documentary “Quincy” at the fest. “The museum is pleased to collaborate with Netflix in […]

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Deadmau5 to Make Film-Scoring Debut With Jonas Akerlund’s ‘Polar’

With his evocative music, it was just a matter of time before Deadmau5 moved into film soundtracks, and today Netflix and Constantin Film announced that the artist/producer/DJ’s first film score will be for “Polar,” a Jonas Akerlund-directed film slated for release next year. According to the announcement, the film is based on the Dark Horse action […]

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‘Watergate’ Opening Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival (EXCLUSIVE)

Charles Ferguson’s “Watergate” will open the Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival on Oct. 10 at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. Alexis Bloom’s “Divide and Conquer: The Story of Roger Ailes” will close the festival on Oct. 13 at the Naval Heritage Center in Washington, D.C., which will be the site for all films […]

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‘Birds of Passage’ to Open Miami Film Festival’s GEMS Event

The Miami Film Festival’s fall edition, called GEMS, has unveiled its lineup including Colombia’s Oscar entry “Birds of Passage” as opening night selection and Spain’s Oscar submission “Champions” as closing night film. Miami Dade College organizes the festival, which takes place Oct. 11-14 at the college’s Tower Theater Miami. The Miami Film Festival’s 36th edition […]

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Brie Larson Takes Flight in ‘Captain Marvel’ First Trailer

Disney-Marvel revealed the first trailer of Brie Larson’s “Captain Marvel” during the Oscar winner’s Tuesday appearance on “Good Morning America.” “War is a universal language,” Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury tells Larson’s Captain Marvel in the trailer. “I know a renegade solider when I see one. It never occurred to me that one might come […]

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Head of Italian Distributors’ Group Resigns Over Venice-Netflix Release Spat

Andrea Occhipinti, the head of Italy’s national distributors’ association, has resigned in the wake of a controversy prompted by the simultaneous theatrical and Netflix release last week of police-brutality drama “On My Skin,” following its Venice Film Festival premiere. Occhipinti, chief of Rome-based production-distribution company Lucky Red, decided to step down as president of the […]

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‘The Sisters Brothers,’ ‘Dragged Across Concrete’ Added to London Film Festival Lineup

The BFI London Film Festival has added a trio of new movies to its lineup, and Maggie Gyllenhaal to its roster of industry speakers. Venice Silver Lion Winner “The Sisters Brothers,” from two-time London festival competition winner Jacques Audiard, has been added, as have Boots Riley’s satirical movie “Sorry to Bother You” and S. Craig […]

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San Sebastian Festival to Sign Gender Parity Charter

MADRID – Spain’s San Sebastian Festival is expected to sign a pledge on gender parity Sunday, following in the footsteps of the Cannes, Locarno, Sarajevo and Venice film fests. San Sebastian Festival director José Luis Rebordinos is to sign the Charter for Parity and Inclusion of Women in Cinema in the company of Spanish Deputy […]

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