• Japan Cuts, North America's Largest Japanese Cinema Film Fest, Sets Line-Up For 2021 Hybrid Edition

    4 days ago - By Deadline

    EXCLUSIVE: New York's Japan Society has unveiled the full line-up for the 15th edition of Japan Cuts: Festival Of New Japanese Film, the largest celebration of Japanese cinema in North America. Running August 20 - September, the hybrid online and in-theater event will welcome 27 features and 12 short films including 32 films available online...
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  • Woodstock Film Festival To Resume Indoor Screenings At This Fall's Edition; Neon Chief Tom Quinn Slated For Career Honor

    4 days ago - By Deadline

    The Woodstock Film Festival will resume indoor screenings at its 22nd annual edition this fall, and also will recognize Neon founder and CEO Tom Quinn with a career honor. This year's festival will run from September 30 to October 3. It has carved out a notable place in the fall fest circuit because of its...
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  • Neon Boards Toronto Closer ‘One Second'; Chinese Pic Resurfaces 30 Months After Cancelled Berlin Premiere

    5 days ago - By Deadline

    Neon has taken North American rights to Chinese Director Zhang Yimou's One Second, which was just announced as the closing night film for this year's Toronto International Film Festival. Described by the filmmaker as his “love letter to cinema”, the pic, based on the novel by Yan Geling, stars Zhang Yi, Liu Haocun, and Fan...
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  • High School Musical Adds Jordan Fisher as Gina's - Watch Preview

    5 days ago - By TV Line

    High School Musical: The Musical: The Series is adding another Evan Hansen to its ranks. Jordan Fisher, who will return to Broadway's Dear Evan Hansen in the title role on Dec. 11, will first guest-star on Episode 11 of the Disney+ comedy's second season, TVLine has learned. Fisher will play Gina's older brother...
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  • 2021 Toronto Festival Unveils ‘Dear Evan Hansen' As Opening Night Premiere; Check Out First Slated Films

    5 days ago - By Deadline

    Toronto International Film organizers declared two weeks ago they will be welcoming back in-person audiences for a fest that will run from September 9-18. This after Canada made an exemption to allow for the National Hockey League playoffs to happen in country, and more recently that the Toronto Blue Jays will resume playing in the...
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