Nocturne (1946) - News Poster

(1946)

News

‘Euphoria’ Star Sydney Sweeney Tapped for ‘Nocturne’, the First Blumhouse-Amazon Movie

New developments on the Blumhouse TV front as the first movie stemming from their deal at Amazon is beginning to take shape. The Blumhouse-Amazon deal was struck back in 2018 and is made up of eight movies that, according to Deadline, are reportedly going to be thematically connected. With the news about this first movie, it looks like we're getting a clearer idea of what themes will be touched on in the ensuing movies. In the latest from Deadline, the first Blumhouse TV-Amazon movie will be titled Nocturne. The report notes that Euphoria star Sydney Sweeney has …
See full article at Collider.com »

‘Euphoria’ Star Sydney Sweeney Tapped for ‘Nocturne’, the First Blumhouse-Amazon Movie

New developments on the Blumhouse TV front as the first movie stemming from their deal at Amazon is beginning to take shape. The Blumhouse-Amazon deal was struck back in 2018 and is made up of eight movies that, according to Deadline, are reportedly going to be thematically connected. With the news about this first movie, it looks like we're getting a clearer idea of what themes will be touched on in the ensuing movies. In the latest from Deadline, the first Blumhouse TV-Amazon movie will be titled Nocturne. The report notes that Euphoria star Sydney Sweeney has …
See full article at Collider.com »

Pingyao line-up to include world premieres of ‘Bull’s Eye’, ‘The Opera House’

Pingyao line-up to include world premieres of ‘Bull’s Eye’, ‘The Opera House’
Crouching Tigers includes titles such as Cesar Diaz’ Our Mothers and Anthony Chen’s Wet Season.

Pingyao International Film Festival (Pyiff) has unveiled the bulk of its programme for this year’s edition, including the world premiere of Indian filmmaker Tushar Hiranandani’s sports drama Bull’s Eye, which will screen as a special presentation on Pingyao Night.

Hong Kong filmmaker Jacob Cheung’s The Opera House, starring Mason Lee and Ouyang Nana, will also receive its world premiere at Pyiff as the closing film.

So far the festival, founded by Chinese filmmaker Jia Zhangke with Marco Mueller as artistic director,
See full article at ScreenDaily »

Cinema Centenarians: Among Oldest Film People Still Around Are Best Actress Oscar Winner; Actress with, gasp, Twilight Connection

Oldest person in movies? (Photo: Manoel de Oliveira) Following the recent passing of 1931 Dracula actress Carla Laemmle at age 104, there is one less movie centenarian still around. So, in mid-June 2014, who is the oldest person in movies? Manoel de Oliveira Portuguese filmmaker Manoel de Oliveira will turn 106 next December 11; he’s surely the oldest person — at least the oldest well-known person — in movies today. De Oliveira’s film credits include the autobiographical docudrama Memories and Confessions / Visita ou Memórias e Confissões (1982), with de Oliveira as himself, and reportedly to be screened publicly only after his death; The Cannibals / Os Canibais (1988); The Convent / O Convento (1995); Porto of My Childhood / Porto da Minha Infância (2001); The Fifth Empire / O Quinto Império - Ontem Como Hoje (2004); and, currently in production, O Velho do Restelo ("The Old Man of Restelo"). Among the international stars who have been directed by de Oliveira are Catherine Deneuve, Pilar López de Ayala,
See full article at Alt Film Guide »

See also

Showtimes | External Sites


Recently Viewed