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Top 100 Most Anticipated Foreign Films of 2016: #58. Kasia Roslaniec’s Satan Said Dance

Satan Said Dance

Director: Kasia Roslaniec

Writer: Kasia Roslaniec

Polish director Kasia Roslaniec’s 2012 sophomore feature Baby Blues concerns teenage moms and their woeful inability to rightfully care for children in a comedy that’s both touching and a bit devious. She reunites with her wonderful lead from that film, Magdalena Berus for her next feature, Satan Said Dance (which also went by Math Sucks during its production, this time playing a late twentysomething trying to figure out what she wants as she balances three boyfriends.

Cast: Tygo Gernandt, Danuta Stenka, Moe Abbas, Magdalena Berus

Production Co.: Manana, Oak Motion Pictures

U.S. Distributor: Rights Available. Tbd (domestic/international).

Release Date: Baby Blues premiered at Tiff 2012 but nabbed Roslaniec the Crystal Bear at the Berlinale’s Generation 14plus in 2013. A planned premiere in Poland is set for April, 2016, so a return to Berlin or a slot at Rotterdam would
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Oldman, Akerman, Ventimiglia Set To Rule 'Empire'

According to Variety, Gary Oldman, Malin Akerman and Milo Ventimiglia will star in indie gangster project "Criminal Empire for Dummies."

Film centers on a charismatic young man (Ventimiglia) who relates the rules of running a criminal empire through flashbacks to his own rise from a tragic childhood and the ghetto to multinational kingpin.

Michael Clarke Duncan is also attached along with Polish thesps Borys Szyc, Danuta Stenka and Weronika Rosati.

The film is written and directed by Cliff Dorfman.

Lensing is set to start this month in New Orleans.

Source: Variety 
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Spring Preview: A Guide to the Season in Indie Film

  • IFC
Spring is a season of renewal, particularly in the movie business, where the completion of the awards derby allows Amy Adams to segue from playing a solemn nun in "Doubt" to a klutzy crime scene cleaner in "Sunshine Cleaning." Along with "Sunshine," there are plenty of festival favorites about to get their day in the sun, whether that's in theaters, on DVD or on demand online or on TV. This preview recognizes the many ways to get your indie film fix, as well as the special events you might want to head out to if you live in New York or Los Angeles, including "The Brothers Bloom" director Rian Johnson's week-long con man movie "Festival of Fakery" at L.A.'s famed New Beverly Cinema, about which we recently spoke to the director. But regardless of whether we're watching films from the past or present, we're looking forward to the next couple months.
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