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“Hunter x Hunter,” “Nana” and “Hajime no Ippo: The Fighting!” Will be Available at Netflix as Nippon TV Sealed the Deal with Streamer

Netflix and Nippon TV has reached an agreement to a new distribution deal that the streamer includes 13 popular anime titles in to its platform. online pharmacy arimidex over the counter with best prices today in the USA The First three titles to debut on Sep 1st, the first 38 episodes of Hunter X Hunter,…

The Jinx: Part Two : Press Conference with Director Andrew Jarecki & Executive Producer Zac Stuart-Pontier

©Courtesy of HBO The Jinx Part Two : is a new six-episode continuation of the groundbreaking Emmy®-winning documentary series “The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst,” from Andrew Jarecki, which debuted on HBO in 2015. In Part Two, the filmmakers continue their investigation for the next eight years, uncovering hidden material, Durst’s prison…

SXSW Review: Diane Warren: Relentless Writes a Prolific Portrait

©Courtesy of Broken Road Production A story is only as good as its characters. Hollywood has long embraced that mantra, particularly in crafting the ideas that are featured in its films and in the soundtracks that accompany them. Emmy-nominated documentarian Bess Kargman has done just that with her new feature, Diane Warren: Relentless, about the…

MoMA and FLC Announce the Complete Lineup for the 53rd Edition of New Directors/New Films, April 3-14

FeaturesAll, or Nothing at All dir. Jiajun “Oscar” ZhangBlackbird Blackbird Blackberry dir. Elene NaverianiBlaga’s Lessons dir. Stephan KomandarevCu Li Never Cries dir. Pham Ngoc LânThe Day I Met You dir. André Novais OliveiraA Different Man dir. Aaron SchimbergDreaming & Dying dir. Nelson YeoExhibiting Forgiveness dir. Titus KapharExplanation for Everything dir. Gábor ReiszForemost By Night dir. Víctor IriarteGood One dir. India DonaldsonA Good Place dir. Katharina HuberGrace dir. Ilya…

The Evolution of Asian Cinema

Photo by James Hargis Connelly – © MPTV – Image courtesy Though Asian actors have been performing in movies for more than a century, they were often cast in one-dimensional roles that stereotyped them as either hopelessly passive or brutally aggressive. In many cases, Asian characters were often played by non-Asian actors in “yellowface.” For example,…

Harry Potter Television Series Scheduled for 2026 Premiere on Max

© 2001 – Warner Bros. – All Rights Reserved The Harry Potter television series is set to make its debut on Max in 2026. Warner Bros. Discovery CEO David Zaslav confirmed the news during the company’s Q4 earnings financial call today, Variety is reporting. The television show is expected to span seven seasons. Each installment will…

Paul Mescal to Play Shakespeare in Chlóe Zhao’s ‘Hamnet’

©Amazon, Foe, Paul Mescal  Irish-born actor Paul Mescal will play the role of William Shakespeare in Chlóe Zhao’s upcoming film adaptation of Hamnet, the 2020 novel by Maggie O’Farrell. The yet-unnamed film will also star Jessie Buckley in the role of Agnes Shakespeare (aka Ann Hathaway), the wife of the celebrated dramatist. Buckley is noted…

Sundance Film Festival : And So It Begins / Exclusive interview with Director Ramon S. Diaz, former Vice President of the Philippines, Leni Robredo, and Nobel Peace Prize winner Maria Ressa.

©Cinediaz And So It Begins : Amidst the traditional pomp and circumstance of Filipino elections, a quirky people’s movement rises to defend the nation against deepening threats to truth and democracy. In a collective act of joy as a form of resistance, hope flickers against the backdrop of increasing autocracy. With the end of Rodrigo…

Check Out the 29th Rendez-Vous with French Cinema Festival!

UNIFRANCE AND FILM AT LINCOLN CENTER PRESENT 29TH RENDEZ-VOUS WITH FRENCH CINEMA, FEBRUARY 29–MARCH 10  Opening Night—New York Premiere of Thomas Cailley’s The Animal Kingdom  starring Romain Duris, with Cailley in person Featuring films starring Marion Cotillard (in person), Melvil Poupaud, Virginie Efira, Noée Abita, Laetitia Casta, Anders Danielsen Lie, Léa Drucker, Romain Duris, Adèle Exarchopoulos, Vincent Lacoste,…

New York Jewish Film Festival : Fioretta Traces the Ancestral Roots of a Jewish Family in Europe

© 2023 Rubber Ring Films LLC While looking into a yellowing book owned by his great-grandfather, the Jewish American poet Hyam Plutzik wrote what is perhaps the best summary of Matthew Mishory’s touching film, Fioretta. After perusing the faded pages of the century-old book, Plutzik wrote: “I am troubled by the blank fields, the speechless graves./Since…