Halloween is over, Thanksgiving and Christmas are approaching. November can be a bit boring in the entertainment world at times, but the renewed interest in live events seems to be boosting performance and artistic offerings for much of the month. This week features several live dance performances, stage theater andRead More →

UniFrance’s TV division (formerly TV France International) will present two showcases highlighting French TV content with a particular focus on animation and documentaries. Their presentation at MIPCOM (the world’s largest content marketplace) will be held October 11-14, 2021 in Cannes, includes six flagship programs. The animation works will be presentedRead More →

Long considered obsolete, film photography is experiencing a revival, especially among young people. And #filmisnotdead is also trending on social media. When Kodak, the world’s largest producer of photographic film, filed for bankruptcy in 2012, it seemed analog photography was a thing of the past. Until then, American society hadRead More →

Sep 22, 2021 9:24 AM EDT Mid-season trailer for Marvel’s What If …? teases deadly enemies for upcoming Avengers movie The What If …? Mid-season trailer suggests an unexpected new villain for the return of the Avengers. Burbank, California – The mid-season trailer for What if…? suggests unexpected new villainsRead More →

Netflix has acquired the Roald Dahl Story Company (RDSC), licensing worldwide streaming rights to adapt the acclaimed British author’s children’s books and create a “universe” comprising TV series, consumer products, games and immersive experiences . Financial details weren’t revealed, but the acquisition comes three years after Netflix struck a dealRead More →

Sep 8, 2021 5:36 PM EDT Benedict Cumberbatch calls Scarlett Johansson trial “a bit of a mess” In a new interview, Benedict Cumberbatch weighed in on co-star Scarlett Johansson’s decision to sue Disney and Marvel Entertainment. © IMAGO / ZUMA Wire In July, Scarlett filed a lawsuit against the billion-dollarRead More →

August 21, 2021 TIT ORGANS of a body are a spatial division of labor, created by different genes activated in different cells. The same process serves to give individual lives a division of labor over time. Complex algae, animals, fungi, and plants all have predictable life cycles that separate threeRead More →

New films by Łukasz Grzegorzek, Aleksandra TerpiÅ„ska, Anna Jadowska and Jan Holoubek at this year’s biggest industrial event in Poland! The 2021 edition of Polish Days will take place from August 15 to 17 during the 21st New Horizons International Film Festival (August 12 – 22) in WrocÅ‚aw. Le RoiRead More →

Veteran Filipino rock bands Sandwich, Imago and more will perform at a virtual benefit show next Sunday (July 18). Organized by artist management company Soupstar, the concert, dubbed “It Takes A Village”, is a fundraiser for Sandwich and Imago bassist’s brother, Myrene Academia, who recently suffered a stroke. Other bandsRead More →

Savage republic French production and distribution company StudioCanal has acquired German prodco Lailaps Films for its growing portfolio of production companies. StudioCanal and Nils Dünker’s Munich-based Lailaps have worked together for many years, as the French company expands into high-end drama production in Germany. Lailaps recently launched the adventure dramaRead More →

The Christmas season has arrived in Germany, and that means it’s time to watch the Sisi film trilogy, which tells the story of a young Viennese empress with a radiant smile and bright blue eyes. Released in the 1950s, Austrian director Ernst Marischka’s films, starring Romy Schneider as Sissi, haveRead More →

IMAGO, the International Federation of Cinematographers, has revealed the nominees for its 3rd annual International Cinematography Awards. The award ceremony is scheduled for March 14 in Brussels, following previous years’ presentations in Helsinki and Belgrade. For the honor in the feature category are Roger Deakins, ASC, BSC for 1917Anton MertensRead More →

He has never worked abroad. Federico Fellini, born in Rimini on the Adriatic coast on January 20, 1920, did not want to leave his homeland. Rome eventually became the director’s second home. There, as in the Italian countryside, he created and invented his own world, letting his characters live andRead More →

With the new computer-animated photorealistic version of The Lion King, the Walt Disney Company is hoping for another international cinematic success that will cement its pole position among the major American film studios. More recently, the superhero show Avengers: Endgame poured billions of dollars into the coffers of Disney. WithRead More →