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  1. SCREENING IN-COMPETITION Dirty Hands Genre: Drama/Thriller/Political Cast: Carrie Coon (Alice Sorvino), Jeremy Strong (David Baum), Sterling K. Brown (Victor Harvey), Nicholas Hoult (Lawrence Gerrard), Raúl Esparza (Joshua), Mark Gatiss (Chester Kirkman), Cécile de France (Eva), Asia Kate Dillon (Charlie), Alexander Siddig (Afarwan Dessali), Pruitt Taylor Vince (Jacob Cooley), Steve Zahn (Jimmi Grasberg), Lyndie Greenwood (Yara), Timothy Simons (Carl), and Paul Giamatti (Senator Burns) Written and Directed By: Dan Gilroy Budget: $40 million Running Time: 130 Minutes MPAA Rating: R for violence, strong language, and some sexual content Plot Summary (approx ~ 11.6k): https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UZYKfEMdHoxzGQYwtlKDRI1IaK75DKBzfJifbvueKTs/edit?usp=sharing
  2. Coming Later Today to the CAYOM Film Festival, being submitted In-Competition DIRTY HANDS Imported from 1.0 with revisions and expansions A Dan Gilroy Film Carrie Coon Jeremy Strong Sterling K. Brown Nicholas Hoult Raúl Esparza Mark Gatiss Cécile de France Asia Kate Dillon Alexander Siddig Pruitt Taylor Vince Steve Zahn Lyndie Greenwood Timothy Simons and Paul Giamatti A fierce litigator takes on the defense of a private contractor charged with the murder of a Syrian diplomat and slowly uncovers a web of corruption and murder that leads to the heart of Washington D.C.
  3. Do you already have 3 imax reservations? If so you have to give one up
  4. Katzenberg kinda forgot that he had started a streaming network called Quibi
  5. SCREENING OUT OF COMPETITION Numbers Theory Inspired by Real Life Box Office Forum Events Genre: Thriller Cast: Liam Neeson (Shawn), Joaquim de Almeida (Joao Carlos), Dakota Johnson (Mary), Diogo Morgado (Ferdinand), Denis Leary (Rick), with Elisabeth Shue (Kathy) and Karl Urban (Horace) Directed By: Jeremy Rush Budget: $35 million Running Time: 98 minutes MPAA Rating: PG-13 for violence, some drug use and sexual content, and brief strong language Plot Summary (approximately 4.95k):
  6. I believe the Film Festival is scheduled to open today. I would recommend one of the judges @Spaghetti @Reddroast @Rorschach put up the official submission thread, which includes in the first post all of the rules/scheduling agreed to in this thread and the related forum polls. The rules/schedule as agreed upon: In-Competition Budget Limit is $40 Million OOC Budget Limit is $100 Million Public Submission for the Film Festival begins today and lasts for 2 weeks until September 22nd. One film may be submitted in-competition and one film out-of-competition. Judges can only submit a single film out of competition. There will be a submission thread set up by one of the judges. There will be a separate discussion/announcement thread run by the judges too. Once submissions close following the 22nd, the judges will internally set up a schedule for reading all of the submitting films, in whatever order they agree upon, so the judges read the same films at the same time. The judges will write their reviews of each film and circulate them with each other (via a PM thread) so that one of the judges can post all of the reviews simultaneously. While non-judges are able to read the films, ALL NON-JUDGE REVIEWS/REACTIONS ARE EMBARGOED UNTIL THE JUDGES REVIEW THE PARTICULAR FILM!!!! The discussion thread prior to judge reviews can be used for more general, non-spoiler/non-reaction talk about the festival. Following the finishing of Judge Reviews, the Judges internally confer, and vote on the following categories: Best Film, Best Director, Best Acting Performance (no division by Gender or Lead/Supporting), Best Screenplay (no division between original/adapted). The winner and runner-up will be publicly announced for each category
  7. Numerator Pictures has concluded production on Martin Scorsese's The Bronx is Burning, barring some minor trimming in the editing room. The studio now releases the following information regarding the cast/crew/music for the film: THE BRONX IS BURNING DIRECTED BY MARTIN SCORSESE ADAPTED FROM LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, THE BRONX IS BURNING by JONATHAN MAHLER SCREENPLAY BY CHEO HODARI COKER, KEVIN WILLMOTT, and STEVEN ZAILLIAN EDITED BY THELMA SCHOONMAKER CINEMATOGRAPHY BY RODRIGO PRIETO STARRING MICHAEL B. JORDAN as REGGIE JACKSON, BOBBY CANNAVALE as BILLY MARTIN, and JASON CLARKE as GEORGE STEINBRENNER ALSO STARRING WYATT RUSSELL, JESSE PLEMONS, JACK QUAID, CALEB LANDRY JONES, MARTIN DONOVAN FEATURING THE MUSIC OF “The River” by Bruce Springsteen “Hold Tight” by Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tick “No Fair at All” by The Association “Feeling Alright” by Joe Cocker “All Day and All of the Night” by The Kinks “Tenderness” by Steppenwolf “Join Together” by The Who “Bad Moon Rising” by Creedence Clearwater Revival “Gimme Shelter” by The Rolling Stones “Nowhere to Run” by Martha Reeves and the Vandellas “Hero Worship” by the B-52’s “Around and Around” by The Animals “Touch Me” by The Doors “Laughing” by The Guess Who “Moondance” by Van Morrison “25 or 6 to 4” by Chicago “Nights in White Satin” by the Moody Blues “New York State of Mind” by Billy Joel “Empire State of Mind” by Jay-Z
  8. I guess like me you forgot that you replaced JDW from Off-Road
  9. NUMERATOR PICTURES PRESENTS OUT OF COMPETITION AT THE INAUGURAL CAYOM FESTIVAL A JEREMY RUSH FILM LIAM NEESON in NUMBERS THEORY JOAQUIM DE ALMEIDA DAKOTA JOHNSON DIOGO MORGADO DENIS LEARY WITH ELISABETH SHUE AND KARL URBAN When a renowned financial analyst makes an investment mistake that costs a new client millions of dollars, provoking the client's ire, the analyst soon learns that money is the least he can lose.
  10. So the films on my list (sent in 75) that did not make this 100 are Carlos (France/Germany) (2010) The Bad Sleep Well (Japan) (1960) Whisper of the Heart (Japan) (1995) The White Ribbon (Germany) (2009) Porco Rosso (Japan) (1992) Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (Japan) (1984) Sanjuro (Japan) (1962) Howl’s Moving Castle (Japan) (2004) Yojimbo (Japan) (1961) Through a Glass Darkly (Sweden) (1961) Wild Strawberries (Sweden) (1957) The Raid 2 (Indonesia) (2014) No Man’s Land (Bosnia) (2001) When Marnie Was There (Japan) (2014) Transit (2018) (Germany) The Hidden Fortress (Japan) (1958) The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (France) (2007) Red Cliff (China) (2008) Throne of Blood (Japan) (1957) Summer Hours (France) (2008) The Night Comes for Us (Indonesia) (2018) The Secret in Their Eyes (Argentina) (2009) A Royal Affair (Denmark) (2012) Dogtooth (Greece) (2009) Everybody Knows (Spain) (2019) The Secret World of Arrietty (Japan) (2010) Nowhere in Africa (Germany) (2001) Headhunters (Norway) (2011) The Baader Meinhof Complex (Germany) (2008) The Cat Returns (Japan) (2002) Run Lola Run (Germany) (1998) My list was heavily dominated by Kurosawa and Ghibli since those are the two slices of foreign film I am most acquainted with
  11. Looks like the highest-ranked films on my own list that will miss are: Carlos (France/Germany) (2010) The Bad Sleep Well (Japan) (1960) Whisper of the Heart (Japan) (1995) The White Ribbon (Germany) (2009)
  12. That incoming recency bias for Parasite I really like it, but #1 is definitely overboard
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