Jasper, Indiana—by Kevin Schewe bad love tigers Won Best Feature Film Script White Unicorn International Film Festival. It’s Schewe’s 31st script price for bad love tigers. This is an original screenplay based on Schewe’s second book in the A bad love historical science fiction series, which is scheduled for twelveRead More →

Aat the beginning, Runway 34 appears as a partial remake of Denzel Washington’s award-winning film Flight (2012), which was based on a veteran pilot preventing his commercial flight from crashing but was investigated for possibly consuming alcohol and drugs. “Inspired by real events” says some Fargo-esque heavy lifting in thisRead More →

Actor Vijay’s father and filmmaker, SA Chandrasekhar, has slammed Beast director Nelson Dilip Kumar for making a film “relying solely on Vijay’s fame”. In a recent interview, the filmmaker expressed his disappointment with the film’s script and questioned Nelson for not doing his “homework” on RAW agents and cross-border terrorism,Read More →

Officially incarcerated Boston native by George Powell first play The Walk attracts Hollywood stars! BOSTON, April 13, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Soular Productions’ debut project, The Walk, is a screenplay written by George Powell and Dan Adams. The March is inspired by real events that took place during desegregation when BostonRead More →

The cause of death is not known at this time. Subrahmanyam’s last rites will be conducted at Mokshdham Hindu Shamshanbhoomi in Andheri. Taking to Instagram, filmmaker Hansal Mehta mourned Subrahmanyam’s passing and shared details of his funeral. According to his message, Subrahmanyam’s cremation ceremony will take place from 11 a.m.Read More →

BBC Studios, Screenplay, Disney Plus Hotstar Pact for Indonesian adaptation of ‘Doctor Foster’ BBC Studios property “Doctor Foster” is being adapted by Screenplay Films for Disney Plus Hotstar in Indonesia. “Doctor Foster” is the story of a doctor whose life implodes when she discovers her husband’s infidelity. The show’s titleRead More →

Jasper, Indiana—Original screenplay by Kevin Schewe bad love tigersbased on his second book in his A bad love series, got a 15and award for best feature film script at Carnival of World Films-Singapore. WFC is a global platform covering live screening events around the world, effectively connecting all major citiesRead More →

On March 24, Wizarding World revealed the storyline cover of Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secrets. The cover resembles movie posters and marks a break from the screenplay covers of the previous two fantastic beasts films, both of which were engineered by MinaLima. It’s disappointing that the new cover doesn’t match previousRead More →

Kenneth Branagh is finally an Oscar winner, winning Best Original Screenplay for Belfast at the 2022 Oscars on Sunday. Branagh had received eight nominations in his career prior to the ceremony, and his semi-autobiographical film, which he also directed, earned seven nominations. His first career nominations came for Best ActorRead More →

Credit: FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP via Getty Images. Pictured: CODA cast and filmmakers, nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay Update: March 27, 2022, 1:01 a.m. EDT Best Adapted Screenplay Nominees and Ratings Candidate odds Implied probability CODA -230 69.70% The power of the dog +220 31.25% The lost girl +500 16.67% driveRead More →

Comments oi-Sanyukta Thakare | Updated: Friday, March 18, 2022, 9:48 AM [IST] Rating: 2.0/5 Featured cast: Ben Affleck Director: Adrian Lynne Available on: Amazon Prime Video Language: English Duration: 115 Parcel: The story follows Victor Van Allen (Ben Affleck), a wealthy husband who allows his wife to have affairs inRead More →

As the March 27 Academy Awards loom, the conversation focused on the Academy’s decision to downgrade eight categories, their Twitter contest for fan favorites, and their double-standard vaccinations for entrants. In other words, while the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences might shine the spotlight on the nominees, theyRead More →

Maaran Director: Karthick Naren With: Dhanush, Malavika Mohanan, Samuthirakani, Smruthi Venkat, Jayaprakash, Ramki Disney+ Hotstar’s latest offering, Maaran, written and directed by Karthick Naren (Dhuruvangal Pathinaaru), drowns in absurdity. A crazy storyline strives to highlight political corruption tempered by a journalistic investigation by Dhanush’s titular character, Mathimaaran. He fails toRead More →

At the end of Radhe Shyam, what stuck with me were his picture-perfect frames that were painstakingly crafted to look like paintings. Cinematographer Manoj Paramahamsa, production designer Raveender Reddy, and costume designers Thota Vijayabhaskar and Eka Lakhani set the mood for an epic fairy tale. But how long can youRead More →

Netflix dominated the 2022 Film Independent Spirit Awards as The lost girl won best picture and director and screenplay awards for Maggie Gyllenhaal at an in-person ceremony on the beach in Santa Monica that honored diversity. Sunday’s (6) triumph at the 37th Film Independent Awards saw Elena Ferrante’s adaptation starringRead More →

The creators of Sarvana Sakthi’s upcoming film tap Vijay Sethupathi to write dialogues and a screenplay for the film (Photo Credit – Photo by IANS; Vijay Sethupathi/Instagram) Actor Vijay Sethupathi wrote the dialogues and screenplay for a Tamil film, directed by famous comedian Saravana Shakthi. Sources close to the filmRead More →

Does Oscar favorite Jane Campion win her second writing trophy, or does it go to the snubbed writer-director of ‘Dune’? (Constantly updated.) As usual, the nominees in the Adapted Screenplay category are a varied bunch, with films of all shapes and sizes adapted from earlier material, whether it’s novels, shortRead More →

Some directors would do just about anything to get their movies made. Chez Sedrick Amar II Blood on the screenplay, a director goes too far in making sure to make his perfect feature film. The director (Joseph Miller) in question kidnaps a great Hollywood writer (Sam Mandel). The director intendsRead More →

With Oscar nominations right around the corner, CinemaBlend takes a look at which films and performances are likely to be up for nominations. Let’s look at an adapted scenario race. Locked in The undisputed favorite is easily Jane Campion’s The power of the dog, which many are predicting will winRead More →

Local author Imelda Carroll won ‘Best Screenplay’ for her screenplay Chicken Out at the recent Dublin International Comedy Film Festival. The screenplay was first developed when Imelda was chosen along with 11 others to attend the Wexford Screenwriters Professional Development Workshop, funded by Wexford County Council’s Arts Department along withRead More →

Walt Disney Animation Studios Encanto has seen great success since moving to Disney+ after a 30-day theatrical-exclusive release. The film was not only successful streaming-wise, but also musically. Lin-Manuel Miranda’s soundtrack itself breaks many records. The film follows the Madrigals, an extraordinary family who live hidden in the Colombian mountainsRead More →

The generation gap has inspired many animated films. From Ariel challenging his father to explore the mainland to Moana leaving his family’s island, animated films often appeal to rebellious children. the Netflix original The Mitchells vs. the Machines understands the gap but offers some hope for harmonious families. Katie MitchellRead More →

Allu Arjun thinks it was Pushpa’s natural storyline that struck chords with Hindi audiences (Photo credit: Instagram / alluarjunonline, Pushpa poster) Actor Allu Arjun is thrilled with his first theatrical release, Pushpa, in Hindi. Almost two weeks after its release in five languages ​​- Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam and HindiRead More →

Editor’s Note: Deadline’s Read the Screenplay series debuts and celebrates the movie scripts that will be factors in this year’s cinematic award race. The science fiction concept behind Apple Original Films’ Swan song was both new and fantastic: Cameron Turner, terminally ill (Mahershala Ali) undergoes an experimental cloning procedure toRead More →

Editor’s Note: Deadline’s Read the Screenplay series debuts and celebrates the movie scripts that will be factors in this year’s cinematic award race. In Still water, a father’s strained relationship with his daughter is tested by unfathomable circumstances. Matt Damon plays Bill, a man from Stillwater, OK, who travels toRead More →