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    Scorsese Joins Mundruczó’s ‘Evolution’; Crytpt TV’s First Indian Horror; BUFF Lineup — Global Briefs

    Martin Scorsese Joins ‘Evolution’ as exec producer

    Martin Scorsese joining Cornell Mundruczo’s Cannes title development as an executive producer. This is his second collaboration with filmmaker and screenwriter Kata Weber after Oscar nominee. pieces of a woman. “Every new film by Mundruzzo and Weber comes as a welcome shock to the audience—and to the filmmaker—they never seem to stop venturing into unknown territory. Together development, they find a way to dramatize the movement of time, the way we remember and the way we forget,” said Scorsese. Explores experiences, had its world premiere in Croisette earlier this, Annamaria Lang (nothing really happened), Goya Rego, Padme Hamdamir and Jul Bowe (silence) The film is produced by Viola Fugen, Michael Weber and Victoria Petrani, with The Match Factory handling the world’s sales.

    crypt tv Teaser release of first Indian film ‘Chhori’

    Below is the first teaser of Indian Horror girl, from Blumhouse-backed Crypt TV. The Hindi-language film, distributed by Amazon, is the first Indian film from LA-based Crypt. Abundantia Entertainment is the co-producer. girl It revolves around a runaway couple who realize that their place of refuge is threatened by sinister paranormal forces. Nushrat Bharucha playing the lead role as a heavily pregnant housewife (dream princess) With the support of talents like Mita Vashisht (from the heart) Vishal Furia, who directed the original Marathi version of the film, returns as director. Pic streams on Prime Video from November 26.

    Between ‘Truth to Power’ and ‘Black Mail’ fond 2021 program

    Abby Ginzburg’s non-fiction biopic Truth to Power: Barbara Lee Speaks for MeMILF Romantic-Drama Navy By Duane Karma Roberts and Thriller black mail The highlights of this year’s British Urban Film Festival (BUFF) by Nollywood’s Obi Ameloni. shorts included Firstnight of marriage Amy Anby and . By the future is not what it used to be by Ademi Michael (black british stories) Menelik Shabaz (kindle an illusion), filmmaker and pioneer of Black Filmmaker magazine, will be awarded the honorary award posthumously. The film festival has partnered with Renaissance Studios in Brixton, South London, and Bohemia Euphoria as new partners. The program consists of 17 features and 79 shorts and runs from December 4 to 10. There are three live script readings to be held this year.

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