For Those in Peril and Screen Star of Tomorrow George Mackay picked up top awards.
Paul Wright’s For Those In Peril, about a young man in a Scottish fishing village reeling after a tragic accident, did the double at the BAFTA Scotland Awards 2013 last night.
At a ceremony in Glasgow, honouring both Scottish
STOCKHOLM — Clio Barnard’s “The Selfish Giant” took the best film nod at the 24th Stockholm Intl. Film Festival’s gala ceremony hosted at Berns Hotel on Friday.
A drama turning on the ambivalent friendship between two feral adolescents, “Giant” world preemed at Cannes’ Directors’ Fortnight to warm reviews. It’s repped by Protagonist Pictures and produced
“The Motel Life,” starring Emile Hirsch and Dakota Fanning, heads the slate unveiled by newly minted distributor Random Media, launched by veteran executive Eric Doctorow.
Random, which is aiming to care out a niche in the home entertainment space, also has hired former Indomina Media and Netflix exec Rob Williams as senior VP and
THE DOUGLAS HICKOX AWARD [BEST DEBUT DIRECTOR]
Charlie Cattrall – Titus
Tina Gharavi – I Am Nasrine
Jeremy Lovering – In Fear
Omid Nooshin – Last Passenger
Paul Wright – For Those In Peril
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Emile Hirsch has spent the last 12 of his 28 years testing his dramatic limits alongside such acting greats as Gena Rowlands, Laura Linney, Jodie Foster, and Sean Penn—his collaborations with the latter, Into the Wilderness and Milk, earning him the most critical acclaim. For his next project, The Motel Life, out on V.O.D.
Joan Didion famously wrote, "We tell ourselves stories in order to live." And that's what brothers Frank (Emile Hirsch) and Jerry Lee (Stephen Dorff) Flannigan do for one another in "The Motel Life", directed by producers/directors/brothers, Gabe and Alan Polsky. Frank tells the stories, and Jerry Lee does accompanying drawings in a