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An opening slate informs us that the globetrotting thriller “7 Days in Entebbe” takes some creative license with the real-life event it portrays. Every time the location shifts — Athens, Tel Aviv, Entebbe — we’re notified by massive on-screen text that…
Back in 2009, one of the most notable names to appear on the world film scene was Samuel Maoz. The then-47-year-old filmmaker, a former documentarian, made his feature debut with “Lebanon,” a gripping war drama set entirely within a tank during the 198…
Richard Gere Gets It Done In First Trailer For ‘Norman: The Moderate Rise And Tragic Fall Of A New York Fixer’
While the fall festival is where studios go to launch their awards season contenders, it’s always where they test the waters with movies they aren’t quite sure about in terms of their Oscar potential. Such was the case with Sony Pictures Classics and “Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer” which played Telluride and TIFF, and didn’t make a big noise, though got some pleasant reviews (including one from us). Continue reading Richard Gere Gets It Done In First Trailer For ‘Norman: The Moderate Rise And Tragic Fall Of A New York Fixer’ at The Playlist.
Julie Delpy has been evolving into director career for several years now, and it’s exciting to see those efforts coming at a faster clip. And with her recent effort, the comedy “Lolo,” behind her, Delpy is gearing up yet another promising project. She will write, direct and star in “My Zoe,” with Gemma Arterton and Daniel Bruhl also featuring. Continue reading Julie Delpy To Direct ‘My Zoe’ Starring Gemma Arterton & Daniel Brühl at The Playlist.