Home » Entertainment » Movies


RSS Google News

RSS Reuters Top News

  • An error has occurred; the feed is probably down. Try again later.

RSS BBC America

RSS NY Times HomePage

RSS UPI Newstrack

RSS The Hollywood Reporter

  • Israel, Abu Dhabi Forge Film Ties Following Normalization Agreement September 21, 2020
    The recent U.S.-brokered agreement under which Israel established diplomatic relations with two Arab states has rapidly prompted formal film industry ties between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The Abu Dhabi Film Commission, the Israel Film Fund and Jerusalem’s Sam Spiegel Film & Television School (pictured) on Monday announced a wide-ranging […]
  • San Sebastian Looks Forward with Nest Student Short Film Sidebar September 21, 2020
    San Sebastian’s Nest program for student short films seeks out filmmakers from schools around the world, inviting them to screen their films in a dedicated competition at the Spanish festival. Students are also invited to participate in discussions and masterclasses given by industry professionals. Each year, the section jury, together with the students, cho […]
    Jamie Lang
  • Double San Sebastian Winner Isaki Lacuesta Boards Víctor Iriarte’s ‘Rewriting’ (EXCLUSIVE) September 21, 2020
    A double San Sebastian Golden Shell winner with “The Double Steps” (2011) and “Between Two Waters” (2018), Isaki Lacuesta is teaming with Tamara Iglesias’ Atekaleun and Víctor Iriarte’s Cajaconcosasdentro to co-produce “Reescritura” (“Rewriting”), Iriarte’s fiction feature debut. Lacuesta will co-produce out of his label La Termita Films. Catalan auteur Lacu […]
    John Hopewell
  • Beta Film Sells ‘The Turncoat’ to Buyers in U.S., Multiple Territories (EXCLUSIVE) September 21, 2020
    Beta Film’s drama “The Turncoat,” which was just honored as best TV movie at the Seoul Intl. Drama Awards, has scored a series of territory deals, including the U.S. The German miniseries, based on the bestseller by Siegfried Lenz and directed by Florian Gallenberger, winner of the Oscar for best live-action short, was sold around […]
    Leo Barraclough
  • Warner Bros. Cuts Village Roadshow Theatrical Ties in Australia, New Zealand September 21, 2020
    Warner Bros. is to end its decades-old film distribution relationship in Australia and New Zealand with Roadshow Films. The studio has notified the Australian distributor that its current contract to handle the theatrical releases of Warner titles will not be renewed beyond its expiry at the end of December. Other sources report that theatrical distribution […]
    Patrick Frater
  • New Industry Collective Alia Outlines Strategy for Spanish Growth at San Sebastian Panel September 21, 2020
    In April, 39 companies in Spain joined together to create Alia, the Alliance for the Audiovisual Industry, a non-profit advocacy group including public and private institutions intended to negotiate and improve Spain’s production pipeline while presenting a unified front when dealing with governmental economic bodies. “Alia was an idea that we started on qui […]
    Jamie Lang
  • Producers José Manuel Lorenzo, Domingo Corral on Movistar Plus Super Series ‘Tell Me Who I Am’ September 21, 2020
    One of Spanish pay TV Movistar Plus’ most ambitious pushes into original, international TV yet, the 20th Century-spanning period drama “Tell Me Who I Am,” will headline Monday evening’s Movistar Gala at the San Sebastian Film Festival, screening episodes out of competition. Director Eduard Cortés will be joined on the red carpet by lead actors […] […]
    Jamie Lang
  • Sundance Winner ‘Farewell Amor’ to Bow on Mubi in December (EXCLUSIVE) September 21, 2020
    Sundance winner and upcoming BFI London Film Festival title “Farewell Amor” will bow in December on curated streaming service Mubi. Mubi has acquired worldwide VOD rights, excluding North America, Africa, China and Israel, on the film. IFC has acquired the North America rights. Producer Huriyyah Muhammad won the Sundance Institute/Amazon Studios Producers Aw […]
    Naman Ramachandran
  • Anurag Kashyap Indian Filmmaker Denies Sex Harassment Allegations September 21, 2020
    Indian filmmaker Anurag Kashyap has denied sexual misconduct allegations levelled against him by actor Payal Ghosh. On Sept. 19 Ghosh tweeted: “@anuragkashyap72 has forced himself on me and extremely badly. @PMOIndia@narendramodi ji, kindly take action and let the country see the demon behind this creative guy. I am aware that it can harm me and […]
    Naman Ramachandran
  • ‘Succession’ Plans to Shoot Later This Fall September 21, 2020
    Variety has confirmed its earlier report that HBO plans to begin filming Season 3 of “Succession” later this fall. The show won four Emmys Sunday night, including the top prize for drama, as well as awards for writing (creator Jesse Armstrong), directing (Andrij Parekh) and lead actor (Jeremy Strong). It won seven Emmys overall. “Succession” […] […]
    Kate Aurthur

RSS Accuweather

  • Beta to unleash days of flooding rainfall, pounding surf from Texas to Louisiana September 20, 2020
    Forecasters say Beta could become the ninth-named storm to make landfall in the United States this season as it unleashes days of flooding downpours along the Gulf coast. Beta wrote a new page in the record books for becoming the earliest 23rd-named tropical storm in the Atlantic, replacing Alpha from 2005, which formed on Oct....
  • Significant rainfall may be double-edged sword for northwestern US this week September 21, 2020
    A multi-day rain event is just what the northwestern United States needs to help put out the dozens of active wildfires, and forecasters say that is in the offing later this week. But could there be too much of a good thing? From last Friday into the weekend, the region received some relief from the...
  • Hurricane Teddy to bear down on Canada after brushing Bermuda September 20, 2020
    After passing to the east of Bermuda through Monday, powerful Hurricane Teddy will set its sights on Atlantic Canada for the middle of the week. Teddy first developed in the central Atlantic on Saturday, Sept. 12. On Friday night, Teddy strengthened into a Category 4 major hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale. Laura is the...
  • AccuWeather meteorologists increase forecast for record-breaking 2020 hurricane season September 16, 2020
    AccuWeather meteorologists upped the number of tropical storms anticipated in the record-setting 2020 Atlantic hurricane season this week, as the last name on the list designated for the season, Wilfred, has been exhausted as of midday Friday. Forecasters, led by veteran hurricane expert Dan Kottlowski, now expect a total of 28 storms, which would tie...
  • Northwestern storm system to bring relief for some, danger for others September 19, 2020
    As wildfires continue to rage across the West and smoke travels thousands of miles from its point of origin, residents and firefighters alike are desperately waiting for Mother Nature to lend a helping hand. Fortunately for some, relief is on the way later this week, while for others, the danger will remain high. Over 3.9...
  • Wilfred weakening in the open Atlantic September 18, 2020
    A disturbance AccuWeather meteorologists have been monitoring since it cruised across Africa last week became Tropical Storm Wilfred on Friday. Satellite photos from Thursday night indicated a substantial uptick in thunderstorm activity on the eastern side of the system with a trademark high cloud shield overtop of the system. The system continued to show si […]
  • Teddy may approach New England, Atlantic Canada as hurricane after blowing past Bermuda September 17, 2020
    Less than one week after feeling the full force of Hurricane Paulette, residents of Bermuda are preparing for impacts from powerful Hurricane Teddy, which unlike Paulette, may take a path that could eventually bring impacts to Atlantic Canada and perhaps the northeastern United States.  Paulette brought a wind gust of 117 mph to Bermuda and...
  • Noul turns deadly while making landfall in Vietnam September 18, 2020
    Noul made landfall as a tropical storm in central Vietnam on Friday leading to at least one death, as reported by the Bangkok Post. VnExpress stated that Noul prompted the closure of several airports in central Vietnam on Friday, including Da Nang’s airport, which led to several dozen cancellations and delays. Noul produced 310 mm...
  • Tropical Storm Beta to spend days pounding Gulf Coast September 17, 2020
    After churning out Tropical Storm Wilfred and Subtropical Storm Alpha, the hyperactive Atlantic continues to generate more named storms with the formation of Tropical Storm Beta. This new storm has claimed the second letter in the Greek alphabet. Once the last name on the season’s designated list is exhausted, Greek letters are used to identify...
  • Death toll rises in aftermath of powerful Hurricane Sally September 17, 2020
    Hurricane Sally gave residents a harsh history lesson on Wednesday morning. By Friday, the scope of the damage across multiples states was coming into focus and the death toll had climbed to three. Two of the fatalities occurred in Georgia as Sally worked its way inland, as one man was killed on Wednesday night after...


Top Movie News provided by Rolling Stone©

LA Times©

NY Times©


Yahoo Movies

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s