A movie about the missing Malaysian plane is planned

image caption, The ongoing multinational search for the missing plane has not yielded any concrete findings yet.

Indian filmmaker Rupesh Paul has announced that he is making a film about the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370.

Paul said this at the Cannes Film Festival. hollywood reporter The drama, titled Vanishing Act, “will not affect the families of the passengers.”

The search continues for the Boeing 777 plane that disappeared on March 8 with 239 people on board.

The movie is expected to be ready for release in the fall. Paul insisted he was not exploiting the ongoing search.

“This controversy may help indirectly, but we are not profiting from the flights,” he said.

image caption, Brody recently starred in Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel.

The director added that there was a lot of interest in the film, especially from the Asian market.

Paul is in Cannes to promote several films, including Kama Sutra 3D and Sex Maniac Monologues.

Not one to shy away from controversy, his first film was titled The Temptations Between My Legs.

Much of the world’s film industry converged on Cannes this weekend, with many other films being announced and securing financing and distribution deals.

trade website Variety reported Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, Wes Anderson and David Fincher have all agreed to appear in an Alfred Hitchcock documentary.

The film, directed by Kent Jones, is based on the recordings that formed the basis of François Truffaut’s 1966 book, The Films of Hitchcock, which many filmmakers refer to as their film bible. .

It is scheduled to be released in spring 2015.

image caption, Iggy Pop appears on BBC 6 Music

Adrien Brody has also been announced as the lead role in director Lee Tamahori’s revenge film ‘Emperor’.

Brody, who won an Oscar for his role in The Pianist, will play the role of 16th century Holy Roman Emperor Charles V.

“I have long admired Lee’s work and have been a true fan ever since he wowed me with ‘Once Upon a Time,'” Brody said. Screen every day.

Screen Daily also reported that a documentary based on Iggy Pop’s life has gained support.

Production had already begun on a film directed by Jim Jarmusch that would feature interviews with the Stooges frontman.

The as-yet-untitled documentary is backed by director Fernando Sulitin’s New Element Global and British company Independent, which is launching the project in Cannes.

The Independent’s Andrew Orr said: “The combination of one of the greatest independent filmmakers and one of the most explosive and dangerous bands of all time is going to be a truly remarkable combination.”


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