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        U.K. to Offer Hollywood Actors, Crew Exemption From Quarantine Rules

        U.K. to Offer Hollywood Actors, Crew Exemption From Quarantine Rules
        The U.K. government is to exempt some leading U.S. actors, such as Tom Cruise, and crew from its 14-day travel quarantine to allow Hollywood blockbusters to resume production.

        The move follows a conversation between culture secretary Oliver Dowden and Cruise last week about restarting filming on the latest “Mission: Impossible” movie. The exemption will allow “Mission: Impossible 7” – starring and produced by Cruise – to restart filming at Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden, near London.

        On Friday, the government published a list of countries whose citizens could enter England without going into quarantine for 14 days, but the U.S. was not on that list (see link here).

        Dowden said: “The world’s biggest blockbusters and high-end TV shows are made in Britain. Our creativity, expertise and highly successful tax reliefs for our screen industries means that we are an in demand location that in turn delivers a great return for our economy.
        See full article at Variety - Film News »

        Earl Cameron, Trailblazing Actor of British Films, Dies at 102

        Earl Cameron, Trailblazing Actor of British Films, Dies at 102
        Earl Cameron,?the?pioneering Black actor from Bermuda who starred in the 1951 British film?Pool of London?and later appeared in movies from?Thunderball?to?Inception, has died. He was?102.

        Cameron died Friday at his home in Kenilworth, England, his agent told?The Guardian.

        Director Basil Dearden cast Cameron as a sailor who romances a white girl (Susan?Shaw) against the?backdrop of racism and crime in?Pool of London. His was the first major role for a Black actor in a British mainstream film, and the interracial relationship depicted in the movie broke ground as well.

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        See full article at The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News »

        ‘The Lord of the Rings’ Television Series and ‘Cowboy Bebop’ Allowed to Begin Production in New Zealand

        ‘The Lord of the Rings’ Television Series and ‘Cowboy Bebop’ Allowed to Begin Production in New Zealand
        The crew members of Amazon Prime Video’s television adaptation “The Lord of the Rings” and Netflix’s upcoming take on Japanese animated series “Cowboy Bepop,” have both been granted permission to enter New Zealand to begin or resume production, along with five other projects.

        According to New Zealand media website Stuff, the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment has revealed that international crews for seven projects have been allowed to enter the country in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. In addition to the long-awaited “Avatar” sequel and Jane Campion’s film “The Power of the Dog,” whose crews had already been allowed in the country, staff are beginning to arrive for television shows “The Lord of the Rings,” “Cowboy Bepop” and “Power Rangers Beast Morphers,” as well as films “The Greatest Beer Run Ever” and “Sweet Tooth.”

        A total of 206 cast and crew members and 35 of their family
        See full article at Variety - Film News »

        Ennio Morricone Dies at 91: Edgar Wright and More Honor the Legendary Film Composer

        Ennio Morricone Dies at 91: Edgar Wright and More Honor the Legendary Film Composer
        Ennio Morricone, the Oscar-winning composer of Quentin Tarantino’s “The Hateful Eight” and several high profile Spaghetti Westerns, has passed away at the age of 91. According to the Italian news agency Ansa (via Variety), Morricone died early in the morning on Monday, July 6 in Rome after suffering a fall that caused a hip fracture.

        Over his six decades as a film composer, Morricone is best remembered for shaping the sound of the Spaghetti Western genre thanks to his legendary work on the films in Sergio Leone’s “Dollars Trilogy,” which include “A Fistful of Dollars” (1964), “For a Few Dollars More” (1965), and “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” (1966). Morricone and Leone would continue to work together on films such as “Once Upon a Time in the West” (1968). Throughout his esteemed career, Morricone collaborated with the likes of Terence Malick (“Days of Heaven”), John Carpenter (“The Thing”), Roman Polanski (“Frantic”), William Friedkin
        See full article at Indiewire »

        The Morning Watch: ‘The Boys’ Season 1 Bloopers Reel, Disney’s July 4th Fireworks Spectacular & More

        The Morning Watch: ‘The Boys’ Season 1 Bloopers Reel, Disney’s July 4th Fireworks Spectacular & 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, watch lines get flubbed in The Boys season […]

        The post The Morning Watch: ‘The Boys’ Season 1 Bloopers Reel, Disney’s July 4th Fireworks Spectacular & More appeared first on /Film.
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        New projects from Niels Arden Oplev and Miguel Gomes among latest Eurimages recipients

        New projects from Niels Arden Oplev and Miguel Gomes among latest Eurimages recipients
        Latest round will support 20 fiction, one animation, and five documentary films.

        New projects from Danish director Niels Arden Oplev and Portugal’s Miguel Gomes are among the 26 selected in the latest Eurimages co-production support funding round.

        The 26 films have been awarded a total of €6.1m (£5.5m). 52% are directed by women, with those projects receiving €2.5m (£2.3m) – 41% of the total funding.

        Arden Oplev’s new film Rose will receive €280,000, and is a co-production between Norway and his native Denmark. Oplev’s previous features include 2009’s The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo and last year’s Daniel.

        Also included is Gomes’ Savagery,
        See full article at ScreenDaily »

        Marseille’s FIDLab kicks off virtual edition showcasing 12 projects

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        Marseille’s FIDLab kicks off virtual edition showcasing 12 projects
        FIDLab nutures the work of innovative, often hybrid projects

        A unique online edition of FIDLab, the project incubator event of French film festival FIDMarseille, kicks off today (Monday July 6) with 15 innovative works from across the world.

        Participants usually gather in Marseille for meetings, running alongside the main festival, but the lab has been forced to move online this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic which has made it difficult for the international industry to travel.

        FidLab has retained its original dates and will run until July 10 but is taking place over two weeks ahead of a slimmed-down version of its parent festival FIDMarseille,
        See full article at ScreenDaily »

        BFI launches £500,000 fund to support UK sales companies

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        BFI launches £500,000 fund to support UK sales companies
        Funding available for UK sales companies to support business development impacted by Covid-19.

        The BFI has launched a £500,000 fund to support UK sales companies impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.

        The BFI Covid-uk Sales Company Organisational Fund will award up to £25,000 per company and aims to support firms hit by costs arising directly from new models of working, which are emerging as a result of the virus crisis in relation to film sales and distribution.

        The fund launches today and the deadline to apply for support, which the BFI is allocating from National Lottery money, is August 2, 2020. This time limited fund
        See full article at ScreenDaily »

        Hollywood stars to be exempt from UK's coronavirus quarantine rules

        Hollywood stars to be exempt from UK's coronavirus quarantine rules
        Mission Impossible’s Tom Cruise among key staff who can resume filming as part of a drive to kickstart film production in the UK

        The government has announced that major Hollywood stars, including Tom Cruise, will be exempt from quarantine regulations as part of its drive to get film production in the UK back up and running.

        Culture secretary Oliver Dowden announced the move, which will cover sporting events such as the British Grand Prix as well as production on films such as Mission Impossible 7, to allow key personnel to travel to the UK without having to quarantine for 14 days on arrival. Dowden’s statement said that “any such individuals will be required to remain for 14 days within a ‘bubble’ that includes only their place of accommodation and production location”.
        See full article at The Guardian - Film News »