August 18, 2007

Fall U.S. Releases (2007)

According to the new "Fall Movie Preview" issue of Entertainment Weekly, the following films, all showing at TIFF, have been lined up for U.S. release in the fall:

I'm Not There (Todd Haynes); Margot at the Wedding (Noah Baumbach); Eastern Promises (David Cronenberg); The Assassination of Jesse James (Andrew Dominik); Persepolis (Marjane Satrapi & Vincent Paronnaud); The Diving Bell and the Butterfly (Julian Schnabel); Lust, Caution (Ang Lee); Into the Wild (Sean Penn); My Kid Could Paint That (Amir Bar-Laev); Control (Anton Corbijn).

- Girish.

11 comments:

J Robert said...

Girish, you and I were on the same page today. Here are some other additions to that list.
Opening by Oct. 31
The Brave One (Neil Jordan)
Elizabeth, the sequel (Shekhar Kapur)
Lars and the Real Girl (Craig Gillespie)
Rendition (Gavin Hood)
Across the Universe (Julie Taymor)
Control (Anton Corbijn)
In the Valley of Elah (Paul Haggis)
King of California (Mike Cahill)
My Kid Could Paint That (Amir Bar-Lev)
Reservation Road (Terry George)
Run, Fat Boy, Run (David Schwimmer)
Silk (Francois Girard)
Terror's Advocate (Barbet Schroeder)
Under the Same Moon (Patricia Riggen)

Opening by Dec. 31
Atonement (Joe Wright)
Cassandra's Dream (Woody Allen)
Darfur Now (Ted Braun)
Honeydripper (John Sayles)
No Country for Old Men (Coen Bros.)
The Orphanage (Juan Antonio Bayona)
The Savages (Tamara Jenkins)
Weirdsville (Allan Moyle)


J Robert said...

And here's a list of films that have already secured a U.S. distributor but don't have a release date yet (which very well could be in '08):

4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days (Cristian Mungiu)
A L'Interieur (Julien Maury & Alexander Bustillo)
The Band's Visit (Eran Kolirin)
Battle in Seattle (Stuart Tonwsend)
Brick Lane (Sarah Gavron)
Caramel (Nadine Labaki)
Citadelle Assiegee, La (Philippe Calderon)
Counterfeiters, The (Stefan Ruzowitzky)
Diary of the Dead (George Romero)
Ex Drummer (Koen Mortier)
Girl in the Park (David Auburn)
Mongol (Sergei Bodrov)
My Brother is an Only Child (Daniele Luchetti)
My Enemy's Enemy (Kevin Macdonald)
Naissance des Pieuvres (Celine Sciamma)
Nothing is Private (Alan Ball)
Paranoid Park (Gus Van Sant)
The Past (Hector Babenco)
Smiley Face (Gregg Araki)
Son of Rambow (Garth Jennings)
Starting Out in the Evening (Andrew Wagner)
Then She Found Me (Helen Hunt)
Vexille (Fumihiko Sori)
Voyage du Ballon Rouge (Hou Hsiao-hsien)
Young People Fukcing (Martin Gero)


Dan Sallitt said...

Thanks, J. Robert! This is very useful info to have while scheduling.


girish said...

Yes, thank you for that, J. Robert!


J Robert said...

My pleasure, Dan and Girish. That's the sort of thing I track, and it's easy to share.

This weekend was my weekend of Toronto research. :)


Darren said...

I had a slow weekend, too, and spent several hours working through all of the films that were announced last week. Does anyone know anything about these Contemporary World Cinema titles? I can't find anything.

Slingshot
To Love Someone
Unfinished Sky
Unfinished Stories

It's been ridiculously hot in Knoxville lately, with the heat index expected to reach 105 again this week, but Saturday night, when I took the trash out around midnight, the humidity and temp had dropped just enough that there was a hint of fall in the air. I'm going to be absolutely useless at work for the next two weeks.


Jeremy Heilman said...

I don't think any of those films have played anywhere yet, so no reviews...

Slingshot Trailer

Unfinished Sky is a remake of the Dutch film The Polish Bride (which was well-liked & nominated for a Golden Globe about 10 years ago). The official site is here.


The official site (with synopsis) of Unfinished Stories is here.


The site for To Love Someone doesn't reveal much more than the TIFF press release, but it confirms that the film is indeed premiering at Toronto.

Over here it was described as "quietly intense", for what that's worth.


Darren said...

Thanks, Jeremy. I'm totally ambivalent about that Slingshot trailer.


Maya said...

Very useful date, indeed, J. Robert. I've highlighted all those on my printout list (save those that will show up in 2008; much too long to wait). Thanks!


Maya said...

...er, "data" not "date"


J Robert said...

And just bringing up to date for titles announced on Wednesday.
Opening by Oct. 31
Rails and Ties
Jane Austen Book Club
Sleuth

Opening by Dec. 31
Before the Devil Knows You're Dead
Juno
Redacted
The Walker

Definite U.S. Distributor but no '07 release date
Captain Mike across America
Death Defying Acts
Married Life
When Did You Last See Your Father?
Cleaner