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‘Gone Girl’ author successfully adapts bestseller to film

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FLYNN. Stunning achievement. photo by ruben nepales

Not many beloved bestselling novels get adapted to the big screen and satisfy their readers. Rarer still is that the author himself writes the film adaptation and succeeds. Gillian Flynn manages that feat with her film version of her tour de force thriller, “Gone Girl.” That it’s her first crack at screenwriting makes her achievement even more stunning.

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Young filmmaker Mikhail Red named best new director at Vancouver film fest

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Ronnie Quizon in Mikhael Red’s “Rekorder”. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

Young Filipino filmmaker Mikhail Red won the Best New Director award at the Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF) under the Dragons and Tigers competition for his feature film “Rekorder” on Friday (Manila time).

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Bollywood heartthrob Roshan warns fans against obsession

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Since he burst onto the big screen in 2000 with female viewers reportedly fainting at his presence, Hrithik Roshan has become one of Bollywood’s most bankable stars – and the fan mail hasn’t stopped flowing.

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Hazel Orencio: I’m crying for Lav

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A scene from Mula

Filipino Actress Hazel Orencio was teary-eyed when she introduced the Locarno-winning film “Mula sa Kung Ano ang Noon (From What Is Before) on behalf of its director, Lav Diaz, at the jam-packed Centerstage in SM Mall of Asia Sunday night.

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Lav’s Locarno winner screens Sunday

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LAV TEAM. Lav Diaz and his crew defied the elements during the shoot of “Mula sa Kung Ano ang Noon,” which will have a special screening today at SM MoA. Story on p. H3.

Filipinos will finally find out why foreign critics are raving over Lav Diaz’s Locarno winner, “Mula sa Kung Ano ang Noon,” which will have a special screening dubbed “Handog sa Bansa,” set today (Sunday), 2:30 p.m., at the Centerstage of SM Mall of Asia.

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