Winner of the Teddy Award at the Berlin Film Fest, Paris 05:59 is the compelling story of two Frenchmen who fall in love at first sight in an unusual locale–sex club.
In 1963, Joan Crawford played a small role in The Caretakers, a drama about the conditions in mental asylums. It was her first film after the smash hit horror, What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? opposite Bette Davis, directed by Robert Aldrich. Share this:
Oscilloscope Laboratories is a film production and distribution entity launched in 2008 by Adam Yauch of Beastie Boys.
Christopher Nolan introduced footage from his World War II epic Dunkirk, about the massive 1940 evacuation.
Joan Crawford was voted the tenth greatest female star in American cinema in a poll conducted by the American Film Institute Crawford was born as Lucille Fay LeSueur March 23, 1904 in San Antonio, Texas, the third child of Thomas E. LeSueur, a laundry laborer. Starting as a dancer in traveling theatrical companies before debuting as a chorine on Broadway, Crawford was […]
The protagonist of the original film, Tickling Gians is Dr. Bassem Youssef, who in the midst of the Egyptian Arab Spring, makes a dramatic decision to leave his respectable job as a heart surgeon in order to become full-time comedian.
The Zookeeper’s Wife is a film written and directed by women, about an unheralded female heroine. The project made it to the big screen after a decade, with all concerned inspired from the real-life woman upon which the movie is based. In 2007, producer Diane Miller Levin was given Diane Ackerman’s book The Zookeeper’s Wife, as […]
Robert Wise’s supernatural psychological horror was adapted by Nelson Gidding from the poplar novel The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson. Its all-star ensemble include: Julie Harris, Claire Bloom, Richard Johnson, and Russ Tamblyn, all in top form. The film, about a team of paranormal researchers at a spooky haunted house, within which they […]
March 24, 2017–Principal photography has begun on the Studio 8 drama, White Boy Rick, which is produced by LBI Entertainment and Protozoa Pictures.
French filmmaker Stéphane Brizé takes an unexpected turn to costume drama with her bold adaptation of a novel by Guy de Maupassant.