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THE six nominees for this year's best director Academy Award have made a total of 23 feature films. To put that meager number into perspective, consider this: "The Departed," which finally won Martin Scorsese his directing Oscar last year (on his sixth...
Hipsters have been traveling to India for decades to imbue their ironic, image-conscious lives with meaning. Blame the Beatles for making it the West's one-stop country for spirituality (an image from which India has undoubtedly benefited). So it was...
Zap2It.comMolly Shannon's career has gone to the dogs, or at least to one "Dog" in particular. A couple seasons back, Mike White and Shannon teamed up on a little FOX comedy called "Cracking Up." Nobody watched. Now the duo is set to reunite on the comedy "Year of...
Times Staff WriterThe Festival de Cannes wants to be all things to all people, to be the place for breakout extravaganzas as well as artistic ventures. For this year's 59th edition, both ends of the spectrum have American names attached. It's the sheer size of the thing...
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Zap2It.comSofia Coppola, Richard Linklater and Richard Kelly are the three American filmmakers who will have projects in competition at next month's Cannes Film Festival. The program for the Festival, which runs from May 17-28, was unveiled on Thursday (April 20)....
If you've watched the red carpets this year, you may have noticed a new alignment of the stars. No longer content to dress a star for a particular event, design houses are now trying to lock them in for the entire awards season. "Corporations call...
If only Marie Antoinette had been the most photographed woman in the world, things might have turned out differently for her. In the 39 years since French philosopher Guy Debord published "The Society of the Spectacle," (33 since he made a movie of it),...
Marie Antoinette has, in popular history, been accused of frivolity, irreverence and disdain for historical precedent. Sofia Coppola's indulgent, frothy biopic will be charged with precisely these same offenses. What more could a filmmaker ask? Coppola's...
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Times Staff WriterThe legend of Don Juan has been kicking around since 1630, when Spanish dramatist and monk Tirso de Molina wrote a play about a heartless libertine who seduces the daughter of a nobleman, then kills her father. The villain of the story, and an atheist...
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Zap2It.comSofia Coppola, who recently left off promoting her film "Marie Antoinette," has turned her efforts to a more personal project. The Oscar winner and her boyfriend Thomas Mars welcomed a baby girl into their family on Tuesday in Paris, report celebrity...
Zap2It.comNow that Sofia Coppola introduced her cinematic baby "Marie Antoinette" to the Cannes audience, she's ready to start on a literal baby. The Oscar-winning filmmaker is pregnant with a child due this winter, reports People. The father is Coppola's...
Times Staff WriterWhen you are the third generation of a celebrated Hollywood family, when your father's an eminent director, people tend to underestimate you. It's been happening to Sofia Coppola all her life, and, frankly, it's fine by her. "I think it's an advantage,"...
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