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CS Interview: Terry Gilliam on The Man Who Killed Don Quixote & More!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW CS Interview: Terry Gilliam on The Man Who Killed Don Quixote & More! Screen Media invited ComingSoon.net to have an exclusive 1:1 with legendary director Terry Gilliam (Brazil, 12 Monkeys, Time Bandits) about the film he has been trying to make for 25 years, The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, which will be released in partnership with Fathom Events to the U.S. on over 700 U.S. cinemas and select Canadian locations for one night on Wednesday, April 10 with exclusive bonus fea...
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‘Roma,’ Yalitza Aparicio, Eugenio Caballero, Enthrall IFF Panama

PANAMA CITY —  Over six months since the world premiere of Alfonso Cuaron’s “Roma” at Venice and the intensive debate about the film – including whether it should be classified as a feature film or a TV movie – at first sight one might think that the pic’s screening at IFF Panama would offer nothing […]
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Alfonso Cuaron’s ‘Roma’ Nabs Nine Nominations for 6th Premios Platino

As was widely anticipated, Alfonso Cuaron’s triple Oscar-winning “Roma” dominated the 6th Premios Platino nominations, unveiled Thursday at Hollywood’s legendary Roosevelt Hotel, the site of the very first Oscars. It snagged a total of nine nominations, including best film, director, art direction, cinematography, and acting for its two Oscar-nominated actresses, Yalitza Aparicio and Marina de […]
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Netflix Released More Originals Than Acquired Content in 2018

Netflix release more originals than acquired content in 2018 In the first eleven months of 2018, Netflix released more “Original” projects than it did titles acquired from other studios, according to a study publicized in Deadline. From January to November of last year, the service’s “Original” films and series made up 51 percent of their newly-added content in the United States. The report—from Ampere Analysis, a United Kingdom research firm—also notes that this is twice the share  “Origina...
Tags: Amazon, TV, Movies, Netflix, United States, Alfonso Cuarón, House Of Cards, Kevin Spacey, Hulu, Roma, Robin Wright, Joel, Ethan Coen, The Walt Disney Company, Netflix Hulu, Netflix Original


Music Sync Roundup: Guild of Music Supervisors Awards, Robert Plant’s Green Book Soundtrack Role and More

This month's overview of the world of music sync by Emma Griffiths of Synchtank journeys from 2019 Guild of Music Supervisors Awards to Robert Plant’s role In Green Book soundtrack and far beyond. ______________________________ By Emma Griffiths of Synchtank Film and TV 2019 Guild of Music Supervisors Awards: Complete Winners List (Billboard) Music drama A Star Is Born was a big winner of the night, taking home the awards for best music supervision for a film budgeted o...
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‘Roma’ Cleared for China Theatrical Release

Chinese authorities have cleared Alfonso Cuaron’s Oscar-winning drama “Roma” for theatrical release. China’s National Arthouse Film Alliance confirmed the release on Wednesday, but did not give a launch date. A poster was released, touting the film’s Academy Awards for directing, cinematography, and foreign-language film on the Chinese site Sina. “Roma” follows Yalitza Aparicio, who plays […]
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Mexican TV network criticised for brownface parody of Roma star Yalitza Aparicio

Televisa’s Yeka Rosales posted videos of herself on social media wearing brown skin paint in an apparent parody of the indigenous actressA television personality for the Mexican-based Televisa network is facing criticism for dressing up in brownface and wearing a prosthetic nose to make fun of indigenous Mexican actress Yalitza Aparicio.Televisa’s Yeka Rosales posted photos and videos of herself on social media wearing brown skin paint in an apparent parody of Aparicio, who attended the Oscars l...
Tags: Film, Culture, Television & radio, Alfonso Cuarón, Roma, Latin America, Televisa, Aparicio, Yalitza Aparicio, Yalitza Aparicio Televisa, Yeka Rosales, La Parodia


Steven Spielberg Vs. Netflix: How Oscars Voters Are Reacting

Steven Spielberg wants the Oscars to stem the tide against the streaming revolution upending Hollywood. The director behind “Schindler’s List” and “Jaws” is putting his considerable weight behind the effort to prevent Netflix from cleaning up at future awards shows. His stance puts him in opposition with many members of the Academy of Motion Picture […]
Tags: News, Awards, Netflix, Alfonso Cuarón, Steven Spielberg, Academy Of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, Schindler, Joe Berlinger, Academy of Motion Picture


Netflix Responds to Steven Spielberg as the Streaming Wars Continue

Steven Spielberg is having a moment right now, and I don’t mean in terms of his filmmaking. The acclaimed director has been making headlines lately because he can’t stop complaining about Netflix. Spielberg just can’t wrap his head around this whole “streaming movies at home instead of going to the theater” thing, and feels so serious about this that he’s taking his complaints to the Academy. Now, Netflix has responded…via Twitter. Really though, I’d like for this entire conflict to end, becaus...
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Netflix tweets response to Oscars backlash following criticism from Steven Spielberg and others

It was not without controversy that Netflix movie Roma was nominated for no less than 10 Oscars at the 2019 Academy Awards, taking home three.And after Steven Spielberg himself joined the choir of Netflix critics, saying that Netflix should only be considered for Emmys, not Oscars, Netflix responded with a tweet about cinema and accessibility of entertainment. SEE ALSO: Netflix's 'Paddleton' shows how desperately we need the words to describe our more-than-friendships"We love cinema....
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El Espace: Alfonso Cuarón Keeps the Winning Streak Going for Mexican Directors

This week in El Espace: Chicano culture in Japan, stats on immigrant founders and more.
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Netflix's plan to score a best picture Oscar with Scorsese's 'The Irishman' is taking shape already

Martin Scorsese's "The Irishman" may be Netflix's first movie to get a wide release. A source tells Business Insider that the Oscar-winning director wants the streaming giant to make it happen. Netflix may be taking one step closer to becoming a traditional movie studio. On the heels of the streaming giant falling short of winning the best picture Oscar with "Roma" at the 91st Academy Awards on Sunday — but still having a historic night with the movie taking home three wins — it is now reload...
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There are signs Scorsese's 'The Irishman' may be the first Netflix movie to get a wide theatrical release, as the streamer thirsts for the top Oscar

Martin Scorsese's "The Irishman" may be Netflix's first movie to get a wide release. A source tells Business Insider that the Oscar winner wants the streaming giant to make it happen.   Netflix may be taking one step closer to becoming a traditional movie studio. On the heels of the streaming giant coming close to winning the best picture Oscar with "Roma" at the 91st Academy Awards Sunday — and still having a historic night with the movie taking home three wins — it is now reloading for anot...
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Studios Close Ranks as Specter of Streaming Looms Over Oscars

At a Netflix soiree following the 91st Academy Awards, which saw the streaming titan’s best shot at Oscar glory to date — the critically acclaimed “Roma” — fall to Universal’s populist favorite “Green Book,” a prominent filmmaker waved me to a secluded spot for a quick postmortem: “What happened?” Alfonso Cuarón’s cinematic memoir had been […]
Tags: Awards, Netflix, Alfonso Cuarón, Oscars, Columns, Roma, In Contention, Specter, Green Book


Alfonso Cuarón on His New Oscars, Netflix and if Trump Should Watch ‘Roma’

Alfonso Cuarón looks tired. He was out partying until three in the morning, and the high from winning three Oscars for “Roma” has worn off. He’d like a glass of water, please, and maybe some orange juice. Cuarón has only recently roused himself from bed to don a slightly rumpled tuxedo for a photo shoot […]
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Los Directores Mexicanos Rule the Roost

In 2014, Alfonso Cuarón became the first Mexican filmmaker to win the Oscar for Best Director, when his work on ambitious sci-fi drama Gravity was recognized by the Academy. Since he went home with that trophy, his fellow countryman Alejandro G. Iñárritu has won twice, for Birdman and The Revenant. Then, Guillermo del Toro won an Oscar last year for […] The post Los Directores Mexicanos Rule the Roost appeared first on Adpulp.
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Los Directores Mexicanos Gobiernan El Gallinero

In 2014, Alfonso Cuarón became the first Mexican filmmaker to win the Oscar for Best Director, when his work on ambitious sci-fi drama Gravity was recognized by the Academy. Since he went home with that trophy, his fellow countryman Alejandro G. Iñárritu has won twice, for Birdman and The Revenant. Then, Guillermo del Toro won an Oscar last year for […] The post Los Directores Mexicanos Gobiernan El Gallinero appeared first on Adpulp.
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México Domina

In 2014, Alfonso Cuarón became the first Mexican filmmaker to win the Oscar for Best Director, when his work on ambitious sci-fi drama Gravity was recognized by the Academy. Since he went home with that trophy, his fellow countryman Alejandro G. Iñárritu has won twice, for Birdman and The Revenant. Then, Guillermo del Toro won an Oscar last year for […] The post México Domina appeared first on Adpulp.
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2019 Oscars expected to beat last year for viewership but still draw 2nd-lowest ratings on record

HOLLYWOOD — ABC’s Oscars telecast is expected to be the second-least watched on record when final viewership figures are released Tuesday, beating out only last year’s show. Sunday’s hostless three-hour, 13-minute ceremony from the Dolby Theatre averaged 29.6 million viewers, according to preliminary figures released Monday by Nielsen, an 11.7 percent increase over last year’s record-low of 26.5 million, when the ceremony ran 41 minutes longer and was hosted by ABC late-night talk show host Jimm...
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The Best Dressed At The 91st Oscars And A Very Unbiased And Serious Take On The Results

There were some questionable wins OSCARS, BABYYYYYY, WOOOOOOOO The 91st Academy Awards Ceremony took place yesterday and in case you missed it I’ll give you the cliffsnotes. Before we even get to the nominations, who won, and who should’ve won, we need to start with the unreal red carpet looks this year, because ho-ly shit, the men really outdid themselves this year. Jason Momoa WireImage Jason Momoa is decidedly the hunkiest dude of the last few years. H...
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Why the Green Book Oscar win is bittersweet

For the record, I was pulling for Alfonso Cuaron's "Roma" to win a Best Picture Oscar to go along with the ones both he and the film had received Sunday night for Best Director, Best Foreign-Language Film and Best Cinematography.
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Latinx Representation Gets a Boost at Oscars

Never before has so much Spanish been heard on the Oscars stage. Alfonso Cuaron’s best director win was the fifth in the past six years for Mexican directors, and that was just one notable moment during the 91st Oscars, which presented a much different picture than ceremonies of just a few years ago. Latino filmmakers […]
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The Biggest Beauty Moments You Didn't See At The Oscars

Despite all the drama that ensued prior to this year's 91st Academy Awards, the show did go on — and how. Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga almost made out (that's what happened, right?), Rami Malek professed his love for Queen and Lucy Boynton (then promptly fell off the stage), and Spike Lee won his first Oscar (not counting the honorary statue he received in 2016). Overall, the night end up being something special... or, at the very least, something worth tweeting about.But that only accounts for...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Kacey Musgraves, Bradley Cooper, Amy Poehler, Alfonso Cuarón, Emma Stone, Brian, Lady Gaga, Spike Lee, Roma, Allison Janney, Mccarthy, Adam Lambert, Melissa Mccarthy, Gaga


Opinion: Why the Green Book win is bittersweet

For the record, I was pulling for Alfonso Cuaron's "Roma" to win a Best Picture Oscar to go along with the ones both he and the film had received Sunday night for Best Director, Best Foreign-Language Film and Best Cinematography.
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The Morning Watch: How Alfonso Cuarón’ Shot the Beach Scene in ‘Roma’, Meet Jeff Bridges’ Stand-In & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, learn how Alfonso Cuarón shot the climactic beach scene in Roma in one shot. Plus, meet Jeff Bridges‘ longtime stand-in who has worked with him for nearly 50 years, and watch a trailer mash-up that takes the...
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Opinion: Change doesn't always happen in front of your eyes

For the record, I was pulling for Alfonso Cuaron's "Roma" to win a Best Picture Oscar to go along with the ones both he and the film had received Sunday night for Best Director, Best Foreign-Language Film and Best Cinematography.
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Oscars 2019: ‘Green Book,’ Rami Malek and Olivia Colman Are Winners

Spike Lee won for adapted screenplay for “BlacKkKlansman” and Alfonso Cuarón won for best director and best foreign film for “Roma.”
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Malek celebrates best actor win at Governors Ball

Rami Malek celebrated his best actor win at the Governors Ball by soaking fellow attendees with champagne, alongside other Oscar winners including Lady Gaga, Spike Lee and Alfonso Cuaron. (Feb. 25)            [Author: AP]
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Hollywood's 'Three Amigos' continue Oscar domination

Alfonso Cuarón on Sunday became the fifth Mexican director to win best director in six years.
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