These films could have a big impact on the Oscar race.
The film will tell the story of a young elephant from the jungles of Kerala who dreams of becoming a Bollywood dancer.
When the songs kick in, the design is dialed up to 11. It’s a shame and an irony, then, that the songs themselves aren’t very memorable.
The film debuts on Netflix on August 6.
The studio’s next film will be released in April 2022.
“Inu-Oh” will premiere at Venice in September, “Mad God” at Locarno in August.
Folman wanted to tell Anne’s well-known story “to the youngest audience I could.”
In other global news, “Belle” has topped the Japanese box office for the second weekend running.
The sequel is directed by Amp Wong, one of the co-directors of “White Snake.”
The festival will also host the world premiere of a documentary about Tippett, directed by his daughter.
A Iranian monarch visits France in the 19th century. There, he falls for a young actress, and invites her to his country in the hope of winning her heart …
“The importance of receiving proper credit is relevant for us artists,” says Alvarez. “It’s our evidence for future and bigger opportunities.”
The Warner Bros. sequel opened with $31.6 million domestically against a budget of $150 million.
Pixar’s “Luca” was the clear winner in the week of June 14–20, clocking up 1.57 billion minutes of viewing time.
The virtual edition of Ottawa will run from September 22 to October 3.
This could well be the longest standing ovation the festival has ever given to an animated film.
The documentary may just be the most hyped indie animated feature of the year so far.
The sequel’s frantic mashup of studio IP is far from a slam dunk, say critics.
Domee Shi will become the first woman to get a sole directing credit on a Pixar feature.