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The Cannes Film Festival Queens Are Fit, Fabulous, and Over 50

calendar—is in full swing, and you better believe the A-listers are posing up a storm in the south of France.A luminous made an appearance with her daughter, Marlowe; swapped diamonds for an affordable ensemble; and supermodel just sailed into port. But we couldn’t help but notice that the women making the biggest splash are all 50-plus.By GlamourPerhaps it’s the confidence that comes with getting older, or maybe it’s just the fact that each and every one of them looks absolutely incredible, but the likes of (61), (53), (61), Isabelle Huppert (71), Julianne Moore (63), (57), Uma Thurman (54) and Jane Fonda (86) have all owned the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival.Salma HayekMichelle YeohIt’s an exhaustive list of women who, in a different era, would have been subtly sidelined in the industry.

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EST N8 Adds Hong Kong Remake of ‘Tape,’ Filipino Comedy ‘ASOG’ to Bulging Busan Film Sales Slate (EXCLUSIVE)
Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief EST N8, a recently-established finance, production and rights sales company, has added a Hong Kong remake of classic film “Tape” and the LGBT comedy-drama “ASOG” to its bulging sales slate at the AFCM market that accompanies the Busan Intenational Film Festival. “Tape” tells the story of three best friends who, following an event at a graduation party that transforms their lives, reunite 15 years later where a case of blackmail forces them to confront a terrible secret from their past. The original film starred Ethan Hawke, Uma Thurman and Robert Sean Leonard and played at the Sundance, Toronto and Rotterdam festivals.In the Cantonese-language remake directed by Bizhan Tong, Selena Lee, Kenny Kwan, and Adam Pak play the contemporary characters while Mason Fung, Summer Chan, and Angus Yeung portray the characters’ younger versions. The script is written by Stephen Belber, Tong, Lee and Bonnie Lo, and is an adaptation of Belber’s own scripts from both the original film and stage play. The writers and director have significantly modernized the script to reflect advances in technology. Producers on the film include Tong, Lee and Belber.