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ign.com – Director Quentin Tarantino is reportedly not able to sue Gawker for linking to a copy of his unproduced screenplay The Hateful Eight on their site. But, Tarantino can refile the case if he makes some changes. According to The Hollywood Reporter, a California judge has dismissed the copyright infringement lawsuit that had Tarantino suing Gawker over sharing his screenplay online. 4 hours 51 min ago via jackiechan
variety.com – Entertainment One and The Weinstein Company have extended their feature film output agreement in Canada through the end of 2019. The partnership provides for eOne distributing TWC’s slate in Canada across all media. Following eOne’s acquisition of Alliance Films at the start of last year, eOne handled TWC’s “Django Unchained,” “Silver Linings Playbook” and “Lee... 7 hours 37 min ago via theothersenhman
feedproxy.google.com – A new digitally remastered edition of The Castle of Cagliostro, famously as the first feature film to be directed by Studio Ghibli maestro Miyazaki Hayao, will be released on Japanese cinema screens on May 9th.This new transfer has been three years in the making and arrives on the 35th anniversary of its original 1979 release. 15 hours 50 min ago via jackiechan
thewrap.com – Gawker has emerged triumphant in its legal battle with Quentin Tarantino. A federal judge in California has dismissed Tarantino's lawsuit against Gawker Media, which the director filed in January, after Gawker published a link to his script “The Hateful Eight.” Also read: Quentin Tarantino's ‘Hateful Eight’ Gets a Premiere – As a Live Reading (Updated) Tarantino's suit contended that Gawker “crossed the journalistic line” and contended that Gawker Media had contributed to copyright infringement. 21 hours 52 min ago via jackiechan
2:55 PM 4/22/2014 by Sara Vizcarrondo
In anticipation of the San Francisco International Film Fest screening of The Overnighters (April 28) I spoke with director Jesse Moss about his film's fallible Pastor, the men who divided a town and how this messianic tale became Greek Tragedy. The Overnighters will reach theaters in fall via Drafthouse Films.