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The film, which premiered at the recent Tribeca Film Festival, was written by Ben and Paul China from their Black List script, and was produced by Brian Kavanaugh-Jones for Automatik, Chris Ferguson for Oddfellows and Fernando Loureiro and Roberto Vasconcellos for Exhibit, who also financed. Dagg’s thriller “Sweet Virginia,” starring Jon Bernthal, Christopher Abbott, Imogen Poots, Rosemarie De Witt and Odessa Young.Takuya Kimura, one of Japan’s biggest stars, plays the lead alongside newcomer Hana Sugisaki.Sôta Fukushi and Ebizô Ichikawa round out the cast with veterans Min Tanaka and Tsutomu Yamazaki. theatrical premiere on June 23 at the Village East Cinemas in New York, followed by a nationwide release to select cities.– Samuel Goldwyn Films and Orion Pictures have acquired the U. rights to Francis Lee’s award-winning “God’s Own Country,” starring breakout actors Josh O’Connor and Alec Secareanu.Lee’s feature debut, the film received its world premiere at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival, where it won the Special Jury Award for Directing in the World Cinema Competition.Shaped by the myths, fables, and songs of his upbringing in the west of Ireland, his emergence as a gifted artist came at a personal cost.Featuring performances from Colm Seoighe, Macdara Ó’Fátharta, Jaren Cerf, Lisa O’Neill, and Damien Dempsey, with beautiful black and white cinematography, “Song of Granite” is a distinct portrait of Heaney’s life and a marvelous exploration of music and song.
Co-starring Virginia Madsen, Patrick Warburton, Ed Oxenbould, Aleks Mikic and Dacre Montgomery, “Better Watch Out” will surprise and delight anyone who not only loves a good holiday movie, but also wishes “Home Alone” had a lot more blood in it.
Production recently wrapped in Chicago and Los Angeles. – Magnet Releasing, the genre arm of Magnolia Pictures, has acquired the North American rights to “Blade of the Immortal,” the highly-anticipated new title from legendary Japanese director Takashi Miike, marking his 100th film.
The movie will have its international premiere at the Cannes Film Festival as in Official Selection next week.
The studios are planning an early fall theatrical release.
Samuel Goldwyn Films Lee’s contemporary tale of self-discovery and emotional-awakening is set on the sheep farming hills of rural England.