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Gotham Awards: Kristen Stewart, Eamonn Bowles Tapped for Tributes

Kristen Stewart, who is currently garnering awards buzz for her performance in Spencer, and veteran executive Eamonn Bowles, who in 2001 founded and still presides over Magnolia Pictures

Neon Takes Rebeca Huntt’s ‘Beba’ Bio Documentary

Neon has nabbed the worldwide rights to Beba, the debut film by New York Afro-Latina artist Rebeca Huntt. The documentary about the director’s family bowed at the Toronto Film Festival and…

‘Spencer’: Kristen Stewart’s Princess Diana Faces Royal Tensions in Official Trailer

The official trailer for Spencer has arrived. Directed by Pablo Larraín, who previously directed the 2016 biopic Jackie, Spencer stars Kristen Stewart as the late Princess Diana. The film…

Toronto: Kristen Stewart Reflects on Portraying Princess Diana in ‘Spencer’

Kristen Stewart, who plays the late Princess Diana in Pablo Larrain’s Spencer, says there’s a big difference between her as an actress going to the depths of despair on-screen over her…

Toronto: Awards Contenders Come Into Focus As Fest Kicks Off

On the heels of the 78th Venice Film Festival and 48th Telluride Film Festival, which both got going during the long Labor Day weekend, the awards race heads north of the border for the 46th Toronto

Telluride Awards Analysis: Kristen Stewart Looks Oscars-Bound for ‘Spencer’

For those of us who have admired the talents of Kristen Stewart since she was not yet even a teenager, it is a joy to be able to share that the 31-year-old’s portrayal of Princess Diana in Pablo Larra…

Kristen Stewart in Princess Diana Biopic ‘Spencer’: Film Review | Venice 2021

Director Pablo Larraín, who upended the conventions of the genre with 'Jackie,' examines another iconic woman in crisis, this time as the last illusions of her fairy-tale marriage crumble.

How ‘Spencer’ Filmmakers Avoided Another Royal Scandal to Offer a Fresh Take on Princess Diana

Depicting Princess Diana onscreen is a potentially precarious road for any filmmaker to go down. One only has to take a look at 2013’s biographical drama Diana and the pummelling it…

Venice: Is It Time to Add a Dedicated Film Market?

Sorry, Cannes, but this year Venice has you beat. Again. The combination on the Lido of big-budget blockbusters Dune, Halloween Kills, The Last Duel — with high-end art house and independent…