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Cannes: Saban Takes Swedish Action Film ‘Last Man Down’ for U.S., U.K. (Exclusive)

Scandinavian action film Last Man Down has scored up a number of international sales for Fabrication Films ahead of the Cannes Virtual Market, including a domestic deal. The film…

Frances McDormand Says ‘Fargo’ at One Point Included a “Right to Life Protest” Storyline

The Coen brothers’ Fargo at one point featured a minor storyline that could have sparked some political fireworks. Star Frances McDormand revealed what was in an earlier version of the script for…

Locarno Festival Honors Comedy Legend John Landis

Comedy directing legend John Landis, whose credits include National Lampoon’s Animal House (1978), The Blues Brothers (1980), and Trading Places (1983), will be honored by the Locarno <a href="https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/t/international/" id="auto-tag_international_3"…

‘Reservation Dogs’ Team Celebrates “Radical” Indigenous Comedy: “All You Can Do Is Tell the Truth”

Native American filmmaker Sterlin Harjo “never thought he could make” his upcoming, Indigenous-centric comedy series Reservation Dogs, set to premiere on FX on Hulu later this summer. “This…

Tribeca Festival Reopens Radio City Music Hall With Dave Chappelle, Star-Studded Surprise Rap Concert

New York City roared back to life on Saturday with a lively, packed screening of an untitled Dave Chappelle documentary and surprise concert featuring Q-Tip, De La Soul, Fat Joe, Redman and more…

Shanghai Film Festival: Chinese Black Comedy ‘Manchurian Tiger’ Takes Top Prize

The 24th Shanghai International Film Festival came to a glitzy conclusion Saturday night, as Chinese film Manchurian Tiger took home the top Golden Goblet award for best feature at a…

M. Night Shyamalan Teases ‘Old’ at Tribeca: “No One Has Ever Seen Anything Like It”

M. Night Shyamalan left an audience of Tribeca Festival attendees wanting more on Friday evening, specifically with regard to his upcoming film Old. An adaption of Frederik Peeters and…

Steven Soderbergh’s ‘No Sudden Move’: Film Review | Tribeca 2021

Don Cheadle and Benicio Del Toro play crooks in 1954 Detroit involved in a document theft that grows increasingly tricky in Steven Soderbergh's nimble neo-noir.

‘Basquiat’ Biopic Newly Remastered in Black And White on Its 25th Anniversary

You couldn’t escape the symbolism and the symmetry Thursday evening in New York at the 25th anniversary screening of Basquiat, the impressionistic 1996 film biography of the late Brooklyn-born…

Amazon Swoops on Kate Beckinsale Action-Comedy ‘Jolt’

Amazon Studios has nabbed the Kate Beckinsale action-comedy Jolt, from Hysteria director Tanya Wexler, ahead of next week’s Cannes Virtual Market. Also starring Bobby Cannavale, Jai…

‘The Father Who Moves Mountains’: Film Review | Shanghai 2021

An ex-intelligence officer (Adrian Titieni) combs the wilderness for his son in Daniel Sandu’s second feature produced by Cristian Mungiu.

Shanghai: Asian Auteurs Apichatpong, Jia Zhangke Talk Collaboration, Pandemic Experiences

During a Shanghai International Film Festival master class this week, celebrated Thai auteur Apichatpong Weerasethakul was full of praise for acclaimed Chinese filmmaker Jia Zhang-ke, who…