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Venice Film Festival Unveils Details of Slimmer Lineup Structure

The upcoming Venice Film Festival’s reconfiguration due to coronavirus safety measures has been officially unveiled. Barring complications, Venice, which runs Sept. 2-12, is set to be the first major international film event to hold a physical edition after the coronavirus crisis, with a line-up that is somewhat reduced but still substantial. Venice Artistic Director Alberto […]

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VIEW Conference Hosts Animation Directors Jorge Gutierrez and Kris Pearn in a Virtual PreVIEW Conversation

Animation directors Jorge R. Gutierrez (“The Book of Life”) and Kris Pearn (“The Willoughbys”) will discuss their craft in the VIEW Conference’s second free PreVIEW online event Saturday, July 11, at 10 a.m. PT. Gutierrez, who is currently working on the Netflix animated series “Maya and the Three,” and Pearn, whose hit animated feature “The […]

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Film News in Brief: Military Thriller ‘The Outpost’ Leads iTunes on Opening Day

MONDAY, JULY 6 ‘The Outpost’ Scores Solid Opening Day Numbers  Military thriller “The Outpost,” starring Orlando Bloom and Scott Eastwood and released by Screen Media, was the top performer on iTunes on July 3, its opening day. “The Outpost” is based on Jake Tapper’s best-selling non-fiction book, “The Outpost: An Untold Story of American Valor.” […]

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How to Watch ‘Hamilton’ Online: Stream the Hit Musical on Disney+ Now

Fans hoping to catch the hit musical ‘Hamilton’ can stream it online now.

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Ennio Morricone: His Incandescent Film Scores Made the Past Feel Present

When I heard that Ennio Morricone had died, at 91, my first thought was that the cinema had lost one of the most romantic of all screen composers. Morricone, who worked with filmmakers from around the world but rarely left his native Rome (he insisted on not speaking in any language but Italian), wrote movie […]

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‘Hamilton’ Can’t Win Any Oscars But Has a Shot at the Emmys

“Hamilton” won 11 Tonys, a Pulitzer and a Grammy, and the filmed version on Disney Plus was the talk of social media throughout July 4 weekend — but it won’t be headed to the Oscars. Disney had planned a theatrical release in October 2021 before dropping it early on its streaming service, but that’s not […]

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A3 Artists Agency Hires Veterans Adam Kanter and Andy Patman

A3 Artists Agency has hired industry veterans Andy Patman and Adam Kanter as partners in an effort to build its literary division and grow the company. Patman has been hired as co-head of television content and Kanter has become co-head of motion pictures. Patman spent more than 20 years at Paradigm, where he sold “Desperate […]

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‘The Last Duel’ Actor Clare Dunne Signs With UTA (EXCLUSIVE)

Theater star Clare Dunne has inked with UTA for representation. Dunne is best known for her breakout theater performances, including her role in “Julius Caesar” at Donmar Warehouse, which also starred Harriet Walter with Phyllida Lloyd directing. She also performed in the acclaimed all-women production of “Henry IV” at Donmar Warehouse. Her big-screen break came […]

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