Tempe.com: John Rhys-Davies Talks About His Newest Role, and Addresses Indy 5 Rumors

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http://tempe.com/column-story/featured-interviews/John-Rhys-Davies-Talks-About-His-Newest-Role-and-Addresses-Indy-6-Rumors/1389Shad Powers , “Like a telephoto lens on an old-school Nikon, the new theatrical film, “Camera Store” is a vibrant character study that slowly zooms in on its cast in a way few films accomplish — proving in less than 100 minutes the film’s premise that “Every photograph has two sides, positive and negative.” -Lynette Carrington  Tempe.com […]

CV Independent:PSIFF: ‘Camera Store’ Goes Back in Time—to 1994, and the Dawn of the Digital Age

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  http://www.cvindependent.com/index.php/en-US/movies/reviews/item/3544-psiff-camera-store-goes-back-in-time-to-1994-and-the-dawn-of-the-digital-age Camera Store shines in part due to the well-developed characters and compelling dialogue. The film also leaves one wondering what will happen to the characters. John Larroquette in Camera Store. In the 1990s, the world was on the brink of massive changes in business and technology—especially in the camera/photo industry. Camera Store, a […]

The Desert Sun: Review: Scott Marshall Smith’s ‘Camera Store’

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  http://www.desertsun.com/story/life/entertainment/movies/film-festival/2017/01/08/review-scott-marshall-smiths-camera-store/96294662/ Shad Powers , The Desert SunPublished 12:51 p.m. PT Jan. 8, 2017 | Updated 6:59 p.m. PT Jan. 8, 2017 It’s a movie on the surface about corporate greed, and the struggle for small businesses to stay relevant, but it quickly becomes very human. Put simply, we care what happens to these characters. […]

Borrowing Tape.com: Top 5 Movies from the Palm Springs International Film Festival 2017

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  Top 5 Movies from the Palm Springs International Film Festival 2017 CRUZ MOORE  JANUARY 22, 2017 A film that is darkly hilarious yet sweetly depressing all at once with an ensemble cast who shine masterfully in each of their roles.   Despite the feeling that the festival unsurprisingly caters to the business and notoriety demographic, […]

Screen Daily: Saradan picks up world rights to ‘Camera Store’

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http://www.screendaily.com/news/saradan-picks-up-world-rights-to-camera-store/5112038.article?blocktitle=LATEST-FILM-NEWS-HEADLINES&contentID=44435 8 December, 2016 | By Jeremy Kay EXCLUSIVE: CEO Karinne Behr will oversee worldwide sales on the dark comedy from Los Angeles-based Provocator.   Scott Marshall Smith directed Camera Store, which stars John Larroquette and John Rhys-Davies and shot in New Orleans, Louisiana. Provocator financed the project and producing partners Nick Cafritz and Robert […]

Screen Daily: AFM 2016: Buzz Titles (Camera Store)

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http://m.screendaily.com/5110881.article 2 NOVEMBER, 2016 | BY JEREMY KAY, GEOFFREY MACNAB, WENDY MITCHELL, ANDREAS WISEMAN, MELANIE GOODFELLOW, ELISABET CABEZA, GABRIELE NIOLA Saradan Media’s slate includes drama Camera Store, currently in post-production. Set on Christmas Eve 1994, the US movie charts the story of two salesmen who must confront their fears when a young employee is forced […]

VIKTOR: In the News

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http://www.lefigaro.fr/vox/culture/2014/05/09/31006-20140509ARTFIG00318-gerard-depardieu-l-ogre-presse.php Irina de Chikoff est journaliste et écrivain Rien de ce qui est humain ne lui est étranger. Il peut tout jouer. Une franche fripouille ou Donissan dans Sous le soleil de Satan, un tendre idiot ou Joseph Fouché. Il a incarné Jean Valjean et Stavitsky, le comte de Montecristo et Rodin, Danton, et Raspoutine ou […]

VIKTOR (a.k.a. Turquoise) in the News: The Moscow News

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© RIA Novosti. Grigory Syisoev Depardieu and Hurley take Grozny by Vladimir Kozlov at 27/05/2013 19:47 Reports are streaming out of Chechnya about French actor – and new Russian citizen – Gerard Depardieu, who is working on two films set in the North Caucasus republic. Depardieu arrived last week in Grozny to begin work on the thriller “Turquoise” alongside […]

VIKTOR (a.k.a. Turquoise) in the News: NY Times

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Depardieu, Newly a Russian, Will Play Frenchman in Chechnya Musa Sadulayev/Associated Press Gerard Depardieu attended a news conference in Grozny, the formerly war-torn Chechen capital, on Tuesday. By DAVID M. HERSZENHORN Published: May 21, 2013 MOSCOW — Gérard Depardieu may have renounced his French nationality as a protest against high taxes and became a citizen of […]

VIKTOR (a.k.a. Turquoise) in the News: The Times

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Elizabeth Hurley to star with Gérard Depardieu Elizabeth Hurley will play Alexandra Ivanova, a nightclub owner Rob Rich/Splash News Elizabeth Hurley will play Alexandra Ivanova, a nightclub owner Rob Rich/Splash News Ben Hoyle Published at 12:01AM, May 14 2013 When Gérard Depardieu received his Russian passport in January, he declared his love for the country’s “people, […]