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Carlos

  • Indiewire  News

    Olivier Assayas Set For First U.S. Production with Crime Thriller 'Hubris'

    Hot on the heels of his latest film's domestic release, Parisian director Olivier Assayas has landed his first U.S. production. Announced from the Cannes Film Festival today, Assayas will be helming the crime thriller "Hubris" for CG Cinema, Bluegrass Films, Emjag, and Film 360.

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    Box Office: "Hereafter" Finds One Of Year's Best Limited Debuts

    As "Jackass 3-D" defied all expectations to find the best-ever October box office debut, the limited release market was met with two high profile (and somewhat disappointingly received) films this weekend. And while Warner Brothers launched Clint Eastwood's "Hereafter" to some of the director's best...

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    October Preview: 5 Must-See Films

    This October is about to offer quite the selection to movie-goers, with nearly forty films listed on indieWIRE's October calendar. As an extension of our fall movie preview, indieWIRE has decided to offer the first of three monthly "must-see" lists to make cinematic decision-making as easy as possib...

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    IFC and Sundance Channel Team Up For Assayas's "Carlos"

    Ahead of its debut next week at the Cannes Film Festival, Sundance Channel and IFC Films have announced plans for a multi-platform release of Olivier Assayas's "Carlos." The five-and-a-half-hour epic - a portrait of the renowned international terrorist known as Carlos the Jackal - will debut first on the Sundance Channel as a three-part mini-series in October (the network's first original scripted project). Following the Sundance Channel premiere, IFC Films will distribute both the extended, three-part version of the film as well as a theatrical version nationally in theaters, with the theatrical version available nationally on video-on-dema...

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    Cannes Adds "Carlos"

    The Cannes Film Festival has added Olivier Assayas' "Carlos" to the Out of Competition roster for next month's festival. Organizers have also added another Carlos to their roster, namely Carlos Diegues' "5XFavela" as a special screening for the upcoming event in France.

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  • Indiewire  Reviews

    REVIEW | "Carlos" Cutbacks: The Theatrical Cut in Focus

    When "Carlos" arrived at the Cannes Film Festival in May, it was dubbed a masterpiece long before its first screening, and easily fulfilled expectations when it dominated the day of its premiere. Olivier Assayas's sprawling five-and-a-half hour chronicle of the famed Venezuelan terrorist born Ilich ...

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