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Brit Marling may not be a household name yet, but the budding actress and screenwriter is well on her way. The Georgetown-educated Marling has been around the indie movie scene for a couple of years with the films "Political Disaster" and "Another Earth,"...
Break out the red cups. "Spring Breakers," Harmony Korine's R-rated tale of four college girls on a debauched party trip, posted this weekend the biggest debut of the year for a film playing in limited release. Screening in two theaters in New York...
Thinking about our love for "The Master," we can't help but recall that early moment in the film when the military official tells the gathered veterans that "people on the outside will not understand the condition you have." Yes, academy members, we're...
Genre filmmaking helps make sense of the world, creating codes by which the seemingly irrational ways of human behavior can be understood. With storytelling modes that travel from country to country — the crime picture, the horror film, the action...
Tags: Akira Kurosawa, Festive Events, Sergio Leone, Japan, Hong Kong
In 1999, the Russian director Aleksandr Sokurov, the prolific filmmaker who remains probably best known for the 2002 art-house hit "Russian Ark," launched the eccentric Men of Power tetralogy, dealing mainly with the obscure inner lives of 20th-century...
Tags: Movies, Literature, Film Festivals, Academy Awards, Japan
FrameworkIn Thursday's Pictures in the News: Actress Kate Hudson shares a light moment on the red carpet at the 69th Venice International Film Festival at Palazzo del Cinema in Venice, Italy. A runner is gored in the bullring after the third bull run of San...
Richard Robbins, the composer who created memorable scores for such films as "A Room With a View," "Howards End" and "The Remains of the Day" during a quarter-century collaboration with director James Ivory and producer Ismail Merchant, has died. He was...
Tags: Celebrities, Ismail Merchant, Music, Roseland, Joanne Woodward
“I need to get the lighting right,” mutters the man with the camera in “The Master,” one of the few truly vital and unruly American films in recent years. The man is Freddie Quell, a World War II Navy veteran suffering from what...
TORONTO--The negativity that accompanied Terrence Malick’s “To the Wonder” at the Venice Film Festival last week was never likely to travel wholesale to Toronto, not with audiences here among the more generous in festivaldom. Still,...
Movie fans trekking to Telluride, Colo., for the resort town’s annual film festival this weekend are set to see some of the fall’s most anticipated performances, including Bill Murray as FDR in “Hyde Park on Hudson,” Michael...
Ervin M. Milner, who founded Milner Productions in the basement of his Northwest Baltimore home and turned it into one of the nation's largest producers of educational audiovisuals for physicians and hospitals, died Aug. 17 of complications from...
Did a prohibitive NC-17 rating stop moviegoers from seeing "Killer Joe" at theaters this weekend? Maybe. The film, which stars Matthew McConaughey as a Dallas detective who also kills people for money, debuted in limited release this weekend and...
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