Cate Blanchett and Sandra Bullock are back in New York for more re-shoots of Ocean’s 8. Here are some behind the scenes photos.
Good morning everyone, great news for our chinese friends!
Manifesto, in its complete version, will open at the HOW Art Museum (Shanghai, China) on September 20 till October 20, 2017, for the inaugural exhibition dedicated to Julian Rosefeldt. Take the chance to visit!
Good morning you all! As we previously announced Manifesto is available on four digital platforms from today. Click on each button to open the link
For our Italian friends, Manifesto is running out of competition at the next Milan Film Festival (September 22 – October 8, 2017), and, according to Ciak Magazine, should be released in cinemas on November 20.
Great news about the Lucille Ball biopic!
Amazon Studios has acquired the Lucille Ball biopic “Lucy and Desi,” with Oscar-winner Cate Blanchett attached to star.
Aaron Sorkin has written the script. Escape Artists is the production company with Todd Black, Jason Blumenthal and Steve Tisch producing.
The producers are seeking a star to play Ball’s husband Desi Arnaz as well as Vivian Vance and William Frawley, who played Fred and Ethel Mertz in the landmark sitcom “I Love Lucy.”
The project attracted Blanchett and Sorkin two years ago. “Lucy and Desi” will center on Ball’s 20-year marriage to Desi Arnaz. She eloped with the Cuban bandleader in 1940, and the two created the massively successful sitcom “I Love Lucy” in 1951 through their Desilu Productions. She won four Emmys for the role.
Ball also gave birth to her daughter in 1951 and to her son in 1953. Ball and Arnaz divorced in 1960, and Ball began running Desilu Productions in 1962. She died in 1989.
Blanchett has won Academy Awards for “The Aviator” and “Blue Jasmine.”
The “Lucy and Desi” project also involves the two children from the marriage — Lucie Luckinbill and Desi Arnaz Jr. — and includes rights to the use of memoirs written by both Ball and Arnaz. The news was first reported by Deadline Hollywood.
Good morning you all, especially to our turkish followers. We have just found out that the movie will open in Turkey on August 11 through a brand new set of posters from the movie (via Flickr).
Turkey will be the third country, after United States and Russia, to relase Manifesto in cinemas. According to IMDb, Denmark should be the next.
Good afternoon you all, thanks to our dear follower Jan for bringing this up to us, we are happy to add another Asian Film Festival to our list of screenings (on the right).
The Summer Edition of the Hong Kong Film Festival (August 15-29) has set three appointments with Manifesto starting on August 20, then on the 26th and the last one on the 27th. Tickets here
According to Manifesto’s page on Facebook the movie will be availabe on VOD (video on demand) in eight days.
Haven't had a chance to enjoy all #13cates in theaters? Never fear. Manifesto comes to VOD on August 10th.
. The movie will be available on iTunes, Amazon Instant, Google Paly and VUDU.
Hello there! A quick recap on Manifesto: we are in the middle of the American/Canadian screenings, you can check below the remaining venues till October – via Film Rise, where you can also find the direct link to book tickets
Winston-Salem, NC – OPENS 7/21
a/perture Cinema – TICKETS
Key West, FL – NOW PLAYING
Tropic Cinema – TICKETS
Cleveland, OH – 7/28 & 7/30 ONLY
Cleveland Cinematheque – TICKETS
Austin, TX – 8/11, 8/12, 8/13, 8/15 ONLY
Austin Film Society – TICKETS
Ellsworth, ME – OPENS 8/15
The Grand – TICKETS
Milwaukee, WI – OPENS 10/5
UVM Union Theater
Minneapolis, MN – OPENS 10/20
Walker Art Center
The movie is also about to open in more countries, here are the first known – via IMDb:
Denmark 24 August 2017
Brazil 2 November 2017
France 15 November 2017
In the last days all the videos from the installation were made available by Julian Rosefeldt on his site (here): click on every image to open the video. We still don’t know when the movie version will be on Amazon Prime, as previously announced. In the meantime, enjoy!
Good evening! Voyage of Time: Life’s Journey is opening in a new version at the next Melbourne Festival (October 4-22, 2017). The documentary, narrated by Cate Blanchett, will debut in the a live orchestra version on Friday October 6. Tickets here