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 →

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 →

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a brutal learning curve for film production, with a number of studio productions forced to hiatus, shelved indefinitely, or relegated from theaters to a streaming service. But for independent films and filmmakers, the pandemic has been considerably worse as smaller productions, already operating on limitedRead 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 →

From the relatively small pond of Singapore, filmmaker Anthony Chen ventures into the enormous Chinese film market. The 37-year-old Singaporean director, best known for his critically acclaimed dramas Ilo Ilo (2013) and Rainy season (2019), has just completed production of his first feature film in mainland China, The breaking ice.Read More →

2022’s Scream has a fully loaded soundtrack that mixes new and familiar songs, cultivating the perfect atmosphere for this tribute to Wes Craven. The songs played throughout 2022 Scream perfectly match the tone of the film, with the soundtrack drawing viewers back to Woodsboro. The film’s soundtrack mixes songs fromRead More →

7 January 2022, 17:26 Composer Germaine Franco with Encanto star Mirabel Madrigal. Image: Getty Lin-Manuel Miranda teams up with composer Germaine Franco in his latest musical partnership with Disney. Dance its release from 2021, Encanto is the latest film offering from Walt Disney Animation Studios. Encanto tells the story ofRead More →

One of the reasons that this work doesn’t weigh on me is that I take so much pleasure in welcoming new directorial talents to our screens. So here is our list of filmmakers whose first fiction feature films marked me so much. I’m still ringing the gong for second-time filmmakersRead 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 →

Via Twitter, iconic songwriter Michael Giacchino announced that he has been hired to oversee the soundtrack of the upcoming “Thor: Love and Thunder,” the franchise’s superhero sequel. Giacchino is known for some of the most memorable sheet music in cinema, including “Mission Impossible”, “Planet of the Apes: Confrontation”, “Ratatouille”, “UpRead More →

Tianna Johnson’s “Obeah” Tops The Brit List, an Annual Showcase of Unproduced Screenplays from the UK The list has been compiled from recommendations from UK production companies, arts agencies, sales companies, financiers, distributors and broadcasters. Johnson, represented by Curtis Brown, received 15 referrals for the urban drama television show “Obeah”.Read More →

Grammy-winning singer Koffee has added a major film soundtrack to her growing list of accomplishments. Koffee joins compatriot Barrington Levy as Reggae / Dancehall stars, whose vocals will feature on the soundtrack of the all-black action / adventure western film The more they fall, which stars Jonathan Majors, Zazie Beetz,Read More →

Neil Ferron’s horror screenplay for “Fishmonger” won the Slamdance 2021 Grand Prize for Screenplay. “Fishmonger” is described as a supernatural dark comedy in which the titular salesman must survive a sexual pact with an ancient sea creature for save his mother’s soul from hell. Other winners in the Feature Film,Read More →

To call The flamboyant world an ambitious endeavor for Carlson Young would be an understatement, as the surreal adventure saw Young fulfilling a triple duty, having acted, directed and co-wrote the mixture of horror and fantasy. With an audience probably more familiar with her work as an actress, having starredRead More →

MUMBAI: Director Chatainya Tamhane won Best Screenplay for his Marathi feature film “The Disciple” at the 15th Asian Film Awards. The winners in 18 categories were announced Friday at a ceremony hosted by the Asian Film Awards Academy (AFAA) in conjunction with the Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) and theRead More →

HYANNIS – Launch of its four CapePOPS concerts! Series, the Cape Symphony presents this month “Grease: The Film with Live Orchestra”, interpreting the soundtrack of the film. The 1978 summer blockbuster starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John released popular songs such as “Summer Nights”, “You’re the One That I Want”,Read More →

The long-awaited prequel to The Sopranos, The Many Saints of Newark set in 1960s and 1970s New Jersey, and the film uses an expansive soundtrack to create a period vibe. Songs in The Many Saints of Newark range from radical oral poetry to old-fashioned crooning. Like the original TV series,Read More →

In a cinematic landscape where everything is a franchise, it’s infuriating that we’re not yet on our fifth or sixth Easy Rawlins movie. 1995 director Carl Franklin’s mysteriously underrated “Devil in the Blue Dress” stars Denzel Washington as the private eye of Walter Mosley’s marvelous detective novels, slyly avoiding corruptRead More →

Dark shadows weave their way through the red rocks of Moab, the only light coming from the waxing moon. The dry grasses huddle together, sounding like footsteps. Wait, footsteps? You check behind your back, but there is nothing. Wait, do the rocks make shadows that look like this? Wait, doRead More →

By Shane Carley On August 14, the independent sci-fi steampunk feature “Secret Within the Sphere” premiered in Gettysburg, R / C Gateway Theater 8. The film was shot and produced in central Pennsylvania, and the main actors are Lancaster (Sugey Cruz, Alex Rudegeair and Jeremy Good), Reading (Josh Spudeno) andRead More →

When asked in writing if she could discuss the plight of Afghan filmmakers after the Taliban regained power last weekend, Diana Saqeb Jamal succinctly declines. “My only thought is we’re screwed. Sorry.” The director, whose short film “Roqaia” (photo) was featured in the Horizons 2019 section of Venice, has beenRead More →

When it comes to dark and suspenseful thrillers, South Korean cinema reigns supreme. Especially when serial killers enter the equation, with a cat-and-mouse chase that will irrevocably change all parties. Kwon Oh-seungthe first feature film by, Midnight, enters the pantheon of breathtaking thrillers, delivering a propulsive, unpredictable film, lighter thanRead More →

Deadline EXCLUSIVE: Thinklab Media and Kapers Animation have revealed the first footage of “Inspector Sun and the Curse of the Black Widow”, the animated noir-ish family thriller currently in production in Spain with a planned end in the summer of 2022. The director is Julio Soto Gúrpide (Deep) with aRead More →

Great news for all Marvel fans! A fourth “Captain America” ​​movie is on the way. Marvel Studios hired “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” (FAWS) lead writer Malcolm Spellman to write the script for the film. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Spellman will co-write the screenplay with Dalan Musson, aRead More →

Writer-director Ramin Bahrani was nominated in the Best Adapted Screenplay category at the 93rd Academy Awards for Adarsh ​​Gourav’s star “The White Tiger”. The Oscar nominations were announced by Gourav’s co-star in the film, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, and her husband, actor-singer Nick Jonas, on Monday night (India time). “Mank”, withRead More →