Despite all the controversy that swirled around Lars Von Trier's Melancholia screening at this year's Cannes Film Festival, the judges obviously didn't hold any of it against the film's star as Kirsten Dunst was awarded the actress prize today, May 22nd, for her performance.
With its Cannes debut just a few hours away, three news clips and a slew of new images from Pedro Almodovar's The Skin I Live In (La Piel que Habito) have shown up online, and of course we have every bit of dermis and epidermis from them for you right here.
As you've no doubt noticed, news from Cannes is coming in fast and furious on a daily (almost hourly) basis so to keep things orderly, we're combining three bits of international distribution news into this one story. Films heading to Italy, the UK and France, and all over the world (excluding the UK, Australia and New Zealand) are Nurse 3D, Snowtown, and Tracey's Slumba Party.
With all sorts of deals happening at Cannes 2011, we're trying to keep our heads above water to bring you only the news you, the horror fan, care about. Case in point ... the D-Day horror thriller The Devil's Rock getting a home.
Check it out! *shows some leg* Hot, right? Okay, so we're not talking about our skin, but we do have a quick look at several more stills from Pedro Almodovar's The Skin I Live In (La Piel que Habito) for you to gaze upon with your horror loving eyes!
It was just a few days ago that we first got word on Spectre, a new film from Insidious director James Wan that has Nicole Kidman attached to star. Well, look for lots more news soon as the flick has just sealed multiple international distribution deals at Cannes.
Indie filmmaker Ramzi Abed dropped us a line today to let us know the new and official 2011 Cannes Marché du Film marketing teaser for his new feature film Noirland is available to share with our readers. The film is nearing the final stages of editing but still has mixing and scoring up next.
No rest for the wicked as more news is coming out of Cannes today, this time involving Oscar-winning filmmaker Neil Jordan's Byzantium, a female vampire movie with Saoirse Ronan and Gemma Arterton cast in the leads.
Kind of hard to keep up when there are lots of projects coming out of the prestigious Cannes Film Festival this year. On the plus side, though, many of the diverse offerings are landing on our horror radar, which we're then happy to pass along to you!
With so much stuff coming out of Cannes, it's getting harder and harder to keep up. So in an attempt to keep our heads above water, we've rounded up a ton of new eye candy for you and slid it into this one neat place! On with the show!
One of the biggest deals to go down at this year's Cannes film market is now over and done with. All that's left to do? Send Arnie back to the gym, fire up the CGI computers, go for an R rating and get to filming!
Along with the news that Moviehouse Entertainment successfully nailed down US distribution for its UK vampire flick Dead Cert, Screen Daily is reporting that the sales outfit is also promoting another upcoming horror film at the 2011 Cannes film market - The Power, which is in pre-production and will be in the same vein as the classic Rosemary's Baby.
There are lots of projects coming out of the prestigious Cannes Film Festival this year, including offerings from all over the world. Two of them have hit our horror radar, and we've got the goods on both for you!
Ah, Cannes. How we love keeping track of all the news coming out of your film market! Along with the several other stories we've already covered, now comes the first sales trailer for Bleiberg Entertainment's Vampires in Venice directed by Deborah Goodwin. Synopsis:
CJ Entertainment has announced a couple of pre-sales on its titles in the Cannes market: the 3D underwater creature feature Sector 7 and horror film White, about a fictional K-pop duo that records a hit off a mysterious untitled music video. Read on for the trailers and more info on both flicks.