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2014/10/23 16:42
2014/10/23 16:42
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Rudderless, the new film from William H Macy, is a tale of turnabouts, second chances and the fork in the road that points to a whole new career. Ostensibly, it’s about a washed-up businessman who...
2014/10/23 16:42
2014/10/23 16:42
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2014/10/23 16:15
2014/10/23 16:15
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LOS ANGELES — The Hollywood Post Alliance will present its highest honor to Alan Heim, ACE, and Randy Roberts, ACE, at the 9th Annual HPA Awards Show on November 6th. Each will receive the Lifetime...
2014/10/23 09:09
2014/10/23 09:09
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THE JAZZ SINGER is a landmark of American cinema: it was the first full-length Hollywood feature film in which dialogue was spoken as part of the film's action. Eddie Cantor turned down the lead role,...
2014/10/20 21:37
2014/10/20 21:37
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At the age of 28 Sorvino won an Oscar for her supporting role in Allen's 1995 comedy, Mighty Aphrodite, about a neurotic and snobbish sports writer (Allen; who else) seeking out the mother of his...
2014/10/20 17:03
2014/10/20 17:03
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Some of the big names being bandied about this week: The late Raul Julia. Fictional scoundrel Mack the Knife. Elihu Yale. British political cartoonist Steve Bell. RIng a bell? Some of the names that...
2014/10/20 16:37
2014/10/20 16:37
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His criticisms are valid, given that we can soon look forward to Captain America 5: Age of Iron Man v Guardians of Future Past hitting cinemas, if a little hard to swallow from the man who repeatedly...
2014/10/18 21:39
2014/10/18 21:39
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Violence on film rises with access to the real thing In the opening of “Fury,” the story of an American tank crew in the final days of World War II, Brad Pitt’s character stabs a German soldier in...
2014/10/18 11:09
2014/10/18 11:09
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Richard Linklater's Boyhood could earn him the award for Best Director American cinema hasn’t had a year this substantial since 2007, which yielded There Will Be Blood, No Country for Old Men,...
2014/10/17 11:13
2014/10/17 11:13
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At first this is confusing. How can there be satellite dishes in the new Gotham if Bruce Wayne is still a boy? Logically, that would mean Batman would externalise his underpants in or around the year...
2014/10/16 17:02
2014/10/16 17:02
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MANILA, Philippines - Last weekend, this writer saw two different cultures celebrating their respective successes in America. On Saturday morning, I went to the special screening of 20th Century Fox...
2014/10/16 14:26
2014/10/16 14:26
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Exclusive: Much of modern American filmmaking is escapist and vapid, but not “Kill the Messenger,” the new movie recounting the brave Contra-cocaine reporting by Gary Webb and his subsequent...
2014/10/15 22:52
2014/10/15 22:52
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The British production company, The Archers, is the focus of the current movie series at Cinematheque at Cal State Northridge. The Archers was a partnership between director Michael Powell and...
2014/10/14 14:10
2014/10/14 14:10
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He who dares, wins. Now entering its sixth edition, Gran Lyon's Lumière Festival, launched by Thierry Fremaux and Bertrand Tavernier from the Institut Lumière, is firmly established on the festival...
2014/10/13 15:12
2014/10/13 15:12
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The 5th annual New England Festival of Ibero American cinema, a six-day series of films of Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking countries, returns to Whitney Humanities Center, 53 Wall St., in New Haven,...
2014/10/11 11:14
2014/10/11 11:14
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From Oct. 9 to 19, Pelicula-Pelikula, the Spanish Film Festival, will be featuring the best and brightest of contemporary Spanish cinema at the Greenbelt 3 Cinemas. Presented by Instituto Cervantes,...
2014/10/11 06:49
2014/10/11 06:49
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... review: a visceral reminder of dark daysThis visceral pursuit yarn makes Northern Ireland during the Troubles look like a distant hostile planet Donald Clarke in conversation with Killian Scott,...
2014/10/10 12:09
2014/10/10 12:09
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What in the world has happened to Jason Reitman? The young director’s first three films charted a trajectory as promising as any in recent American cinema. His debut, Thank You for Smoking, was an...
2014/10/09 03:52
2014/10/09 03:52
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Maria Casares and Marie Dea star in "Orphee ("Orpheus")" screening at The Getty Villa on Oct. 10. (Photo courtesy of DisCina) The romantic but tragic Greek myth about Orpheus and Eurydice was updated...
2014/10/08 10:48
2014/10/08 10:48
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This article originally appeared on “Marriage is hard work,” writes Rosamund Pike’s Amy in “Gone Girl,” the latest film from David Fincher, which had its global release last Friday, riding on a salvo...
2014/10/05 16:58
2014/10/05 16:58
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... HILLS, CA - OCTOBER 02: Actress Nina Dobrev attends Michael Kors Launch of Claiborne Swanson Frank's "Young...
2014/10/23 16:42
2014/10/23 16:42
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