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Fog of War Editor Karen Schmeer killed in NYC

BY STAFF Accalimed editor Karen Schmeer, who was known for editing for many years with Errol Morris, died last night in New York City. Indiewire reports that she was hit by a car fleeing the scene of a burglary in Manhattan. She won an award at last year’s Sundance for her[...]

“Little Fockers” release date pushed back to December

Variety reports that Universal’s “Little Fockers,” a follow up to the hit film “Meet The Fockers,”, has been pushed back to release in December instead of the previously set July 30 date. Universal has bumped “Fockers” to give Matt Damon’s “The Adjustment Bureau” the July 30 date. They will hold[...]

Will Mel Gibson ‘Edge’ Kristen Bell?

BY SEAN O’CONNELL Edge of Darkness (**1/2 out of 4) Mel Gibson didn’t forget how to play a bloodthirsty, vengeful bad ass during his self-imposed, seven-year acting hiatus. That inner pool of feral rage and icy intensity Gibson routinely dips into has more than enough liquid left for one last dunk, even[...]

Harvey Weinstein feeling lonely without Miramax

Deadline.com has reported that Harvey Weinstein wants to buy back his old Miramax name that originally got him his start. Weinstein has already hired Miramax executives Peter Lawson and Lucas Webb, show sold the name to Disney in 1993 but weren’t able to carry with them the library of films[...]

Is the Sundance Film Festival becoming obsolete?

ROBERT W. WELKOS PARK CITY, Utah–Is Sundance becoming obsolete? It’s a question swirling around the Sundance Film Festival at this tony ski resort this year as the fate of independent films seems to grow dimmer and the money to finance these ventures is as difficult to cobble together as political compromises[...]

“Avatar” set to overtake “Titanic” in worldwide box office

By ROBERT W. WELKOS Maybe it’s the dazzling 3D visuals. Maybe it’s the love story it tells. Maybe it’s the green message it seeks to expound. But whatever the reason, James Cameron’s mega-budget sci-fi yarn “Avatar” will soon pass his previous film “Titanic” as the global box office superstar of all[...]

Sundance Youtube Rental Movies Flop

We reported earlier that 5 Sundance films were going to debut for rent on Youtube starting last Friday, and the results are in….the whole idea was a major FLOP. It turns out that this new independent distribution outlet is proving to be a less than satisfactory rental outlet. Even with promotion[...]

“Holy Rollers” explores drug smuggling in Hasidic community

By ROBERT W. WELKOS PARK CITY, Utah–In the film “Holy Rollers,” an Israeli drug dealer recruits Hasidic Jews from an Orthodox Brooklyn community as mules to smuggle ecstasy from Amsterdam into the United States. The film is inspired by actual events that occurred in the late 1990s, said director Kevin Asch,[...]

Eddie Izzard to be Master of Ceremonies @ Spirit Awards

LOS ANGELES (January 25, 2009) – Film Independent, the non-profit arts organization that produces the Spirit Awards and the Los Angeles Film Festival, is pleased to announce that acclaimed comedian Eddie Izzard will serve as Master of Ceremonies for the 25th Film Independent Spirit Awards. Izzard’s tangential, absurd, bizarre,[...]

Diamonds and Stars at the 2010 Screen Actor’s Guild Awards

PR Newswire has released a list of diamonds the stars wore to the Screen Actor’s Guild Awards. See the list below: Radiant Diamond Rings Ariel Winter – Erica Courtney – Diamond Oval Ring — Carey Mulligan – Fred Leighton – Pear Shape Diamond Ring, 2.50 carats — Christina[...]
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