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While moving 40 kids, all by himself, across six New York City blocks, a stressed man accidentally loses a bouquet of a hundred balloons. A lone black balloon in the bunch learns that humans are complicated creatures with extreme highs and lows, but full of life nonetheless. The Black Balloon is in one part a children’s film and the other a Sci-Fi.
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The producers say “Smash” may be one step closer to revival on stage. Also, they say Aaron Sorkin continues to work on a major rewrite of “A Few Good Men” for their live NBC play, hopefully next year.
Plus: Does the “Jurassic World” franchise have the upper hand over “Star Wars”?
Filmmaker Toolkit Podcast: Simien talks about his need to create classical cinema frames for black faces, how Kubrick changed film music and his upcoming horror race-satire “Bad Hair.”
Episode 3: Also, a look at this year’s guest and supporting actor and actress categories for drama.
As Netflix breathes new life and episodes into the genre defining true-crime series, director Jean-Xavier de Lestrade talks about how his interest has dramatically shifted in documenting Peterson's latest court room drama.
Exclusive: The new fund will "identify and nurture storytellers with fresh and compelling perspectives as they develop their work."
The producers of the PBS series "POV" will offer grants for filmmakers facing health issues, eviction, disasters, and other unforeseen calamities.