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 →

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 →

“Station to Station” movie soundtrack album cover Francis McGrath, Austin-based musician, composer and award-winning songwriter for the independent film “Station to Station” The album will feature extended tracks from Francis McGrath’s award-winning electronic score and the three original songs heard in the indie drama. Francis McGrath’s music is a bigRead More →

Writer-director John Ridley discussed the ins and outs of documentary filmmaking with industry insiders for his documentary film event “Critical Content: Stories That Matter”. Ridley, who won an Oscar for adapting ’12 Years a Slave,’ sat down with ‘Flee’ director Jonas Poher Rasmussen, ‘Faya Dayi’ director Jessica Beshir and ‘SummerRead 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 →

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 →

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 →

Writer-director Marie Delanote is delighted to announce that her screenplay The rainbow is black just added two more fabulous recognitions to his list this week (the week that includes #WorldSuicidePreventionDay – a topic that features in the storyline): He was named a finalist in the New Renaissance category at theRead More →

You may need a PhD in Ingmar Bergman to understand all the nuances of “Bergman Island” from French writer and director Mia Hansen-Løve. Still, the Academy’s writer’s branch may have enough qualifications to embrace its charming history. Even with some delightful performances from its cast ensemble, including Mia Wasikowska inRead More →

Title: Vivaha Bhojanambu To throw: Satya, Aarjavee, Srikanth Iyengar and others Director: Ram abbaraju Evaluation: 2/5 “Vivaha Bhojanambu” is one of the first Telugu films set during the time of the pandemic. These are the first days of the coronavirus pandemic when penny pincher Mahesh (Satya) is due to attendRead 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 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 →

Includes original score by Emmy Award-winning composer Ramin Djawadi Includes the original song and music video released today: “Save My Love” by Lonr. (With Amber Mark) LOS ANGELES, August 06, 2021– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – WaterTower Music has announced the August 20 release of the Warner Bros. action thriller soundtrack. PicturesRead 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 →