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‘Passing’: Film Review | Sundance 2021

Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga play light-skinned Black women in 1920s New York, navigating the "color line" in different ways in Rebecca Hall's adaptation of the Harlem Renaissance novel.

AFM: Why Anton’s Sébastien Raybaud Is Optimistic About the Future of Indie Cinema

Sébastien Raybaud, CEO of fast-growing European production and finance group Anton (Greenland, The Night House), tells The Hollywood Reporter why, despite closed cinemas and COVID-19, he's optimistic about the independent film market.

‘Tales From the Loop’: TV Review

With a cast featuring Jonathan Pryce and Rebecca Hall, Amazon's ethereal new sci-fi series 'Tales From the Loop' has giant robots and strange orbs on its periphery, but appears more interested in human matters of absence and loss.

Sundance: Searchlight Scores Rebecca Hall Thriller ‘The Night House’

In the first major acquisition at this year's Sundance Film Festival, Searchlight Pictures is near to closing a deal for the worldwide rights to Midnight section title 'The Night House.'

‘Mudbound’ Producer Cassian Elwes’ New Banner Completes Financing for First Movie via Crowdfunding (Exclusive)

Movie Collective raised more than $700,000, giving investors a 15.6 percent share of the company, with the Rebecca Hall and Anjelica Huston-starring 'Utopia Road' now set to begin shooting this summer.

Cannes: Ralph Fiennes, Rebecca Hall Tapped for ‘The Forgiven’

John Michael McDonagh, the British-Irish helmer behind 'Calvary' and 'The Guard,' is set to direct.

Rebecca Hall Donates Salary From Woody Allen Movie to Time’s Up Fund

Hall has a small role in 'A Rainy Day in New York,' also starring Timothee Chalamet, Jude Law and Elle Fanning.

Toronto: Brie Larson, Louis C.K., Aaron Sorkin Join Speakers Lineup

'Unicorn Store' producer Lynette Howell Taylor, 'True Blood' exec producer Angela Robinson and 'Permission' star Rebecca Hall will also keynote.

‘Animal’: Theater Review

Rebecca Hall stars in the New York premiere of 'Animal,' Clare Lizzimore's play about a woman suffering from emotional problems.

How ‘Permission’ Is Preparing Rebecca Hall for Her Directorial Debut (Q&A)

The actress tells THR about producing her first feature, penning a short and acting in a movie with her husband, Morgan Spector.

‘The Dinner’: Film Review | Berlin 2017

Richard Gere, Laura Linney and Steve Coogan headline Oren Moverman's adaptation of Herman Koch's bestseller 'The Dinner,' which premieres in competition at the Berlinale.