Odessa

Toni Collette and Odessa Young have joined writer and director Nathan Silver’s “The Prima Donna,” a twisted and darkly funny revenge thriller about two feuding opera singers and the lengths they’ll go for the limelight. The film will reunite Collette and Young, who previously worked together on the acclaimed HBO…

Madge herself was slated to direct the look at her career, putting a spotlight on her climb to pop superstardom. Julia Garner was reportedly offered the starring role.

In the Tokyo International Film Festival’s competition section with “Tel-Aviv/Beirut,” Michale Boganim (“Odessa, Odessa,” “Land of Oblivion”) has directed a historical drama set against the backdrop of the Israeli–Lebanese conflict in 1982 and 2006. Set in Northern Israel, the film tells the journey of two families on each side of…

The British Independent Film Awards (BIFAs) have revealed the nomination longlists for Best Feature Documentary and Best International Independent Film categories. In addition, BIFA’s Raindance Discovery Award longlist has also been unveiled. Of the 15 films longlisted for Best Feature Documentary, eight are directed by women. The 17 films longlisted…

Oscar-winning composer Hans Zimmer is set to release a new double album, “Hans Zimmer Live,” in 2023. Sony Classical announced the news today as it previewed the first single(s), the three-part “Last Samurai Suite.” Zimmer’s new album features reimagined arrangements of his most iconic pieces. Among those scores getting new…

Every horror movie is about pain, but only the “Hellraiser” series is about sadomasochism — the electricity and agony of it, the higher calling of it. “Hellraiser,” a reboot of the franchise that began in 1987 and has given us nine sequels (time flies when you’re having fun imagining yourself being…