This October, Film Movement Plus, the newly launched SVOD service from pioneering film distributor Film Movement, celebrates the creativity, energy and vision of women directors with Women Behind The Camera.
Women Behind the Camera opens with Maysaloun Hamoud’s In Between and will include Marleen Gouris’ 1996 Oscar®-winner Antonia’s Line, Jessica Hausner’s Amour Fou, Mélanie Laurent’s Breathe, Maren Ade’s (Toni Erdmann) The Forest for the Trees, Iram Haq’s I am Yours and Laurie Simmons’ debut film My Art.
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AMC’s 20th Anniversary of Fear Fest continues through October 27th with new episodes of The Walking Dead, more instalments of AMC Visionaries: Eli Roth’s History of Horror and a host of scary marathons: a Halloween marathon; a Stephen King marathon; a Slasher-thon; a Demons Inside Marathon; a Hellraiser marathon, and a Friday the 13th marathon.
So, when Arthur returns it’s as a twelve-year old public school kid?
While The Kid Who Would Be King sounds like it could be a grade Z waste of time, the talent behind it suggests it could be a surprisingly good movie – Joe Cornish (Attack the Block) wrote and directed; Louis Ashbourne Serkis (SS-GB, Taboo) is Alex; Patrick Stewart (ST:TNG, Ted) is Merlin, and Rebecca Ferguson (the last two Mission: Impossible films) is Morgana.
The Kid Who Would Be King opens on January 25, 2019.
The trilogy from John Arcudi and Doug Mahnke that inspired the movie The Mask – The Mask, The Mask Returns and The Mask Strikes Back – will be back in stores and comics shops when Dark Horse releases The Mask Omnibus Vol. 1 (Second Edition) on April 2, 2019.
A cold war and the closing of the door between Earths leave both Howards in extreme situations. Howard Prime takes on his other’s life: going to his job, living in his home… with his wife. Howard Alpha is locked in a mysterious black site known as Echo, cut off from everyone he knows.
Counterpart: Season 2 will premiere day and date on Starz in the U.S., the UK and Germany (exclusively on STARZPLAY via Prime Video Channels in the UK and Germany) on December 9th (9/8C).