Cinesky snags the new Beatles drama ‘Midas Man’
On Thursday November 9th 1961, a man named Brian Epstein descended the stairs of a cellar in Liverpool and changed the world forever!
Director Florian Zeller on his film ‘The Father’: ‘Anthony Hopkins took me in his arms. We knew the miracle had happened’
The French director and dramatist reveals how he pushed Hopkins into giving one of the most wrenching performances of his career
Viggo Mortensen’s ‘Falling’ wows at Sundance!
“Falling” is unpretentious and perfectly accessible to mainstream audiences. Mortensen’s patience, his way with actors and his trust in our intelligence are not unlike late-career Eastwood, which isn’t a bad place to be so early in one’s directing career.
First look: Liam Neeson in ‘Made In Italy’
AFM Update: there have been a raft of sales for James D’Arcy’s feature directing debut Made In Italy
‘The Burnt Orange Heresy,’ with Mick Jagger and Donald Sutherland, to close Venice Film Festival
Kudos for another Cinesky title – this time from the Venice Film Festival
Three titles from Cinesky are chosen for Gala Presentations at TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival)
A World Premiere Gala Presentation at TIFF is a major coup for any film and is a good sign of success in the future
Ron Howard’s ‘Pavarotti’ documentary gets wow reception at early CAA Screening
‘Pavarotti’ has real Oscar possibilities
First Look: Nicole Kidman’s Stunning Transformation in Karyn Kusama’s ‘Destroyer’
Playing an L.A.P.D. cop haunted by her past, Kidman digs deep into a woman who “wears her ugliness on the outside.”
Jessica Chastain Talks Immigration, Time’s Up at ‘Woman Walks Ahead’ Premiere
“Every day I’m reading about children getting separated from their families and it breaks my heart because that’s exactly what happened to indigenous people.”
‘HOSTILES’ gets an amazing review from “Rolling Stone” magazine
Bale, in a piercing, quietly devastating performance, holds the film’s center with commanding authority.
Jessica Chastain Leads The Path In A ‘Woman Walks Ahead’
Catherine’s arrival at Standing Rock didn’t change history, but by bearing witness, she became one more voice among those calling for change
Exclusive: A Behind-the-Scenes First Look at Kristen Stewart and Laura Dern in ‘JT Leroy’
“We’re trying to be honest to what the story is about, which is the messiness of intimacy. It’s about how you can get so close to somebody and it becomes so complicated, you know? “
Indie Wire Film Review – ‘Trip to Spain’
Steve Coogan, Rob Brydon and Michael Caine Return for Year’s Funniest Film
The Hollywood Reporter Film Review: SO B. IT
Oscar nominee Alfre Woodard heads the cast of this family drama directed by Stephen Gyllenhaal.
First Look: ‘Interlude in Prague’
Costume drama stars Aneurin Barnard, James Purefoy and Morfydd Clark
‘Mr. Robot’ Star Rami Malek Joins Charlie Hunnam in ‘Papillon’ Remake
“Mr. Robot” star Rami Malek is in negotiations to co-star with Charlie Hunnam in the remake of the 1973 Steve McQueen film “Papillon.”
Cinesky has acquired the new comedy from Ben Stiller & Mike White
Cinesky Pictures acquired Brad’s Status in a deal that was just sealed at Cannes.
Terry Gilliam’s ‘Don Quixote’ Shoot Wraps After 17 Years and Multiple Setbacks
After almost 20 years of pre-production, principal photography has wrapped on Terry Gilliam’s “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote.”
Arnold Schwarzenegger To Narrate ‘Wonders Of The Sea’ Documentary
Arnold Schwarzenegger has been tapped to narrate ‘Wonders Of The Sea’, a new feature documentary directed by Jean-Michel Cousteau and Jean-Jacques Mantello.