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‘Between Worlds’ Director Maria Pulera Launches Rise Up (Exclusive)

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‘Between Worlds’ Director Maria Pulera Launches Rise Up (Exclusive)
Maria Pulera, director of Nicolas Cage-starrer “Between Worlds,” has launched Rise Up, a production-distribution house, partnering with Eric Banoun and David Hillary.

A supernatural thriller, “Between Worlds” makes its market debut at Cannes, sold by Voltage Pictures. Backed by a Spanish-Israeli finance fund, Rise Up has offices in Los Angeles, Marbella and Tel Aviv. Distribution will focus on Europe, Asia and U.S.

Beyond “Between Worlds,” its first production, Rise Up is set to produce Spanish neo-Noir “El Matador,” written by Pulera and scheduled to roll this July in Spain’s Marbella.

Also on Rise Up’s first slate: “Johnny Thunders,” a biopic of the American punk rock hero from Jonas Akerlund (“Lords of Chaos”); and “The Clean Up,” described as a “dark, sexy, funny, violent contemporary noir thriller,” with Alex Turner directing; post WWII-set “No-No Boy”; and “When the Nines Were Sixes,” a coming-of-age tale from Joshua Evans.
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‘Between Worlds’ First Look: Nicolas Cage Goes Beyond the Veil in Cannes Mystery

‘Between Worlds’ First Look: Nicolas Cage Goes Beyond the Veil in Cannes Mystery
Nicolas Cage is heading to the Cannes Film Festival this year, and he’s looking mighty grisly. Cage stars in a mystery titled “Between Worlds,” in which the actor plays a man haunted by the spirit of his dead wife. “Between Worlds” is the second feature film from Maria Pulera; the first was a 2016 thriller starring Rosanna Arquette called “Falsely Accused.” In addition to Cage, the rest of the cast includes “Run Lola Run” star Franka Potente, Penelope Mitchell (upcoming “Hellboy”), Hopper Penn (“War Machine”), and Lydia Hearst.

Per the official synopsis: “At a way station on a lonely highway, a man obsessed with the death of his wife and daughter meets Julie (Potente), a spiritually gifted woman who enlists him in a desperate attempt to recover the lost soul of her comatose daughter, Billie (Mitchell). Billie suddenly awakens in Joe’s presence, but she’s not herself — her body
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