LOS ANGELES, CA – Producers Michael De Luca and Jennifer Todd today announced the second slate of presenters for the 89th Oscars® telecast. Hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, the Oscars will air live on Sunday, February 26, on the ABC Television Network.
The collaboration between La La Land’s composer and its director goes all the way back to college. La La Land has already won seven Golden Globe Awards and is nominated for fourteen Oscars, including Best Original Score and two Best Original Songs.
Liu Jian mortgages the house to make films! Utilizing a warm color palette and an exceptional musical score mixing classical American jazz with traditional Chinese sounds, Liu Jian takes the viewer on a colorful journey through a southern Chinese city in the darkly comedic, animation feature film, Have a Nice Day.
The 15th edition of Berlinale Talents was rounded off yesterday by Berlinale International Jury member and artist Olafur Eliasson as well as director Raoul Peck. over 100 experts, 250 Talents and well Over 6,000 visitors turned HAU Hebbel am Ufer into an international hub of discussion and networking for film lovers.
The Santa Barbara International Film Festival (SBIFF) announced its 3rd Weekend featuring Festival highlights for FREE!
All screenings this year will be at the Fiesta Theatre at 916 State Street. Seating is first-come first served.
HELPING FILMS GET MADE – THREE PRIZES AND 1,200 MEETINGS AT THE BERLINALE CO-PRODUCTION MARKET
Sally Potter and her new dark comedy, The Party, found a receptive audience at the Berlin International Film Festival yesterday with a near-capacity crowd at the Berlinale Palast Theater. Filmgoers were abuzz after the screening.
More than 250,000 tickets have been sold halfway through the 67th Berlin International Film Festival .
The first edition of Asian Brilliant Stars launched on February 12th in Berlin with three influential Chinese Talents receiving recognition for their recent works.
Agnieszka Holland screened her film, Spoor (Pokor). Spoor is a film that catches the eye and attacks the viewer’s sensibilities of right and wrong.