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Metromix StaffParker Posey didn't earn the nickname "Queen of the Indies" for nothing. After last year's detour into blockbuster territory with a supporting role in "Superman Returns" the actress revisits her indie roots in "Broken English." Although the film treads...
Times Staff WriterA wry, charming romance about a New York woman who has given up hope of finding love, or even a decent night out, Zoe Cassavetes' debut feature "Broken English" stars Parker Posey as Nora Wilder, whose middle to late 30s have bottomed out in a rut of...
Tags: Parker Posey
Metromix StaffWhat do you get when you ask 21 directors to create 18 shorts (six directors worked in pairs) about the City of Lights? In the case of "Paris je t'aime" (which translates as "Paris I Love You") the answer is a uniquely charming and consistently...
Actor Unlike in the series categories, the Emmys don't force voters to view DVDs in the movie and miniseries categories. Nominees are chosen by a popular vote of industry actors, which favors name recognition. It's the same process used in the Academy...
Tribune movie critic3½ stars (out of four) Paris, the city of light, love and cinema, casts its dreamy spell once again in "Paris, je t'aime," an anthology of 18 love stories from 20 world-renowned filmmakers, all set in various famous Parisian neighborhoods, tourist spots,...
Tags: Germany, Alfonso Cuaron, Television, Nick Nolte, Gurinder Chadha
Times Staff WriterNew York may be a perennial movie character and Los Angeles a backdrop, but for elegiac representations of itself, Paris beats them both. While no other city can boast such a long-term, intimate connection with the movies, like so many cinematic icons,...
Special to The TimesPARIS — A road movie set in the U.S., directed by a Chinese auteur, financed by a French company and starring a mix of British and American actors, Wong Kar Wai's "My Blueberry Nights" will open this year's Cannes Film Festival in competition....
The EnvelopeA road movie set in the U.S., directed by a Chinese auteur, financed by a French company and starring a mix of British and American actors, Wong Kar Wai's "My Blueberry Nights" will open this year's Cannes Film Festival in competition. Festival...
The EnvelopeThe debut feature from Zoe Cassavetes, documentaries about a long-term extramarital relationship and Abu Ghraib, and an as-yet untitled Dakota Fanning movie provide only a mere taste of the wide variety of competition entries for the 2007 Sundance Film...
The EnvelopeDirectors with films depicting the underbelly of America's fast food industry, the coming of age of a self-absorbed queen in 18th century France, and a red terror alert in Los Angeles are among the newcomers that will vie for the top prize at this year'...
Times Staff WriterDISCOVER the archeological treasures of the Greek isles on a 10-night tour that explores Santorini and Crete. The tour, sponsored by the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, begins May 10. "It's a wonderful time of year when wildflowers are blooming, enhancing...
Drum roll, klieg lights and appropriately melodramatic music, please. Cue announcer: "Live from Beverly Hills, it's the 43rd annual Golden Globes post-game show!" Cue host: Thanks for tuning in. As you may know, for years now the Golden Globes, presented...
Tags: Woody Allen, Television, Jon Voight, Mass Media, Society
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