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A defiant teenage boy, struggling with his parent’s imminent divorce, faces off with a thousand year-old witch, who is living beneath the skin of and posing as the woman next door.
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Julia Garner in ‘The Assistant.’In a further sign of consolidation among independent distributors, Rialto Distribution has closed its Sydney office while continuing to book films into Australian cinemas via its Auckland headquarters.However the end of the company’s presence in Oz after more than 20 years does not signal any reduction in acquisitions for multiple-platform release.“We have gained much-needed economies of scale with Kevin Gordon, our Australia/New Zealand sales and distribution manager, selling in directly,” CEO Kelly Rogers tells If.“This is going very well and Australian exhibitors are receptive to our strong line-up. We expect watch movies online free full movie to release approximately 30 titles in 2020, mainly digital titles and select strong theatrical films.”Former Myriad Pictures and Icon Film Distribution marketing executive Lisa Garner, who joined Rialto as Sydney-based head of film in February 2018, expects to soon announce her next venture.Currently Rialto has a hit with Michael Schwartz and Tyler NilsonUnder the new partnership, the duo has already acquired 15 titles for release in Anz this year.Vertigo Releasing and Rialto Distribution have joined forces on a new distribution venture for Australia and New Zealand.The partnership has been forged to give the two independent high quality movies online companies more clout in the international market and will see London-based Vertigo co-acquire and co-release films in Anz with Australasia’s Rialto. Vertigo’s UK releasing strategy will remain separate.Under the new partnership, the duo has already acquired 15 titles for release in Anz this year including Harvey Weinstein-inspired drama The Assistant from Us director Kitty Green,In today’s film news roundup, “Roma” is getting a DVD release, Joaquin Phoenix backs an animal rights documentary, Humanitas announces nominations and “The Wretched” finds a home.Roma DVDAlfonso Cuaron’s “Roma” has become the first Netflix movie to get a Blu-Ray and DVD release, thanks to the Criterion Collection launching a special edition in February.The release will new english movies online free include five separate documentaries about the creation of the film, and will feature the same 4K master and Dolby Atmos sound that were in the theatrical release. The movie won Academy Awards for Cuaron’s directing and cinematography along with the foreign-language film Oscar.“Roma” follows Yalitza Aparicio, who plays a live-in housekeeper in the middle-class neighborhood of Roma in Mexico City. It became Mexico’s first winner of the Oscar for foreign-language feature. The pic, produced by Esperanto Filmoj and Participant Media, joined foreign-language movies “Life Is Beautiful,