The Envelope Print Edition November 10

Viola Davis worked hard to get 'The Help' right

November 10, 2011

Viola Davis worked hard to get 'The Help' right

Viola Davis has long considered herself a cynic.

Critic's Notebook: The charmed life of 'The Artist'

November 10, 2011

Critic's Notebook: The charmed life of 'The Artist'

Almost every year, the run-up to the Academy Awards features a film no one has heard of, a film like "Slumdog Millionaire" that seems to have come out of nowhere to become a possible best picture nominee. This year, that film is an especially unlikely one: a black-and-white silent French film called "The Artist" that festival audiences have simply adored.

Camera Ready: Givenchy still rules the red carpet

November 10, 2011

Camera Ready: Givenchy still rules the red carpet

Remember when stars dressed themselves for the red carpet, and when personal style and glamorous gaffes (Cher, Barbra Streisand) were part of the award show viewing experience?

Fests can start the buzz and carry it through

November 10, 2011

Fests can start the buzz and carry it through

Mark Roybal, president of production at Indian Paintbrush, still remembers the rush he got from viewing "Little Miss Sunshine" at its 2006 Sundance Film Festival screening.

Indie Focus: Which pretty new face will Oscars embrace?

November 10, 2011

Indie Focus: Which pretty new face will Oscars embrace?

Though many are befuddled this year by the new Oscar math, perhaps unable to parse just how many votes it will take to land a best picture nomination or anticipate even how many nominees there will be, one recent regular equation looks to hold firm: One indie film plus one fresh ingénue equals nominations.

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