TOLAD In Jerusalem

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  Natalie's writing and directorial debut, A Tale of Love and Darkness, had its big premiere in Jerusalem last night. Sporting a rather uncomfortable looking "Love" necklace, she met Israeli…

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Relatively Bad Sign for JGAG

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Relativity has had a financial struggle that is becoming somewhat of a confusion the past few days. As the story develops, it has become self contradictory as well. Essentially, Relativity has been issued ten days to fix their financial woes, as lenders have started to flex their muscles with their authority over any business decision Relativity is due to make. This sounds like the bottom of the barrel, but it also feels like the final fight to get things moving.

Or so it seemed, before Relativity CEO Ryan Kavanaugh and his representatives countered this headline shortly after. Both Kavanaugh and his reps have discredited this ten day mission and have gone on to say that they are nearing in on a deal with their lenders.


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Mega Tidbits

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  Was the weekend fun or what? I can't even remember the last time we had so much great Natalie news in the space of a week. There is still…

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  There is so much Natalie news right now I'm actually struggling to keep up. While I have a little time let me knock out a few news items for…

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The Seventh Fire

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  As we mentioned, Natalie has a second film at Berlinale - the documentary that she produced, The Seventh Fire. The trailer has been released and WOW, it looks stunning.…

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New Projects

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Okay, keep the cartwheels modest because while these two project links look legitimate, they’re not exactly going to feature Natalie front and centre.

First up is The Seventh Fire, which is a really interesting sounding documentary that Natalie is producing. She mentions the project here (google translate that sucker!) and below is the synopsis from IMDB.

An Ojibwe community in rural Minnesota is caught between the violent rise of Native American gangs and the struggle for cultural identity. The Seventh Fire is a raw cinematic journey into a rarely seen part of America that reveals the crisis facing American Indian communities across the country.

Next up is a project that sounds like it might have Natalie in front the camera. Let’s start with the IMDB synopsis.

“Based on short stories from Robert Boswell’s collection, seven vignettes explore the difference between fantasy and reality, memory and history, and the joy and agony of the human condition.”


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