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Granger on Movies: 'Two Days, One Night'
There's so much suspense in the Dardenne brothers' affecting drama -- for which Marion Cotillard was Oscar-nominated as Best Actress -- that it's tempting to call it a socio-economic thriller. Set in...
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Is Strauss-Kahn haunted by Polanski?
Share this page Comparisons between the legal troubles of the film director Roman Polanski and Dominique Strauss-Kahn are being made on both sides of the Atlantic. Could the case of Polanski - given...
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Two Days, One Night
There's no mistaking the work of Belgian filmmakers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne. After founding a company in 1977 that has produced dozens of groundbreaking documentaries, the Dardenne brothers...
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Gallipoli: A defining moment of TV Drama
Adapted from the best-selling book Gallipoli by Les Carlyon and directed by Glendyn Ivin, a onetime Tamworth kid. OH BROTHER: Leigh Ivin s younger brother, and Gallipoli director, Glendyn Ivin on set...
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Feast of British feature films
The English are not as stupid as Americans. Or do I mean simplistic? After centuries of being overrun and overrunning others, the English have made an art of ignoring how nasty they really are,...
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Berlin: Wim Wenders on the Trap of Awards, His Ap...
Berlin: Wim Wenders on the Trap of Awards, His Approach to 3D and His Love for James Franco The legendary director spoke with Indiewire in Berlin about his latest 3D film, "Every Thing Will Be Fine,"...
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Hollywood stars on Bafta red carpet
Some of the biggest names in Hollywood have made their way up the red carpet for tonight's Baftas. Best actor rivals Eddie Redmayne and Michael Keaton were amongst the first to meet fans and pose for...
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Strong women hold sway at Berlinale
Only second time a woman director's film showing night. Nicole Kidman plays British adventurer and spy Gertrude Bell in Queen of the Desert. Photo / AP New movies starring Nicole Kidman, Cate...
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