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Having already won the Palme d'Or at Cannes and several of the most important critics' awards, Michael Haneke's “Amour” has scored an unexpected five Oscar nominations. It's unusual for the usually ghettoized European art films to score...
We know how "Amour" will end, at least for one of its characters. Writer-director Michael Haneke opens his film with a scene of Paris firefighters breaking into the spacious, eerily silent apartment belonging to two retired musicians, played by Jean-...
Arnold Schwarzenegger gave up his A-list movie credentials to become the unlikely governor of California. Leaving office with a notorious sex scandal under his belt, Arnold now returns to his real occupation. He's back as an actor in lowbrow B movies full...
VarietyWho: Lindsay Burdge, actressWhat: "A Teacher"Where: Press and Industry screening at Holiday 2 at 3 p.m. Lindsay Burdge comes to Sundance for the first time as the star of "A Teacher," a drama written and directed by Hannah Fidell in which she has an...
*** (out of four) Theoretically all movies are subjective, but I suspect feelings about Cannes' top prizewinner “Amour” will be a particular matter of taste. No doubt, it's an intimate tale of devotion from Michael Haneke (“Funny...
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Michael Haneke's devastating "Amour" opens Friday in Chicago. And since its Cannes Film Festival premiere in May, this tale of a long-married man and woman in their 80s, tested by illness and the limits of their own compassion, has moved audiences in a...
VarietyPARIS -- A newly restored print of Michael Cimino's Western epic "Heaven's Gate" will close Lyon's Lumiere Film Festival on Oct. 21. The 1980 pic, which flopped at the U.S. box office after being heavily trimmed by United Artists, has been digitally...
VarietyAs an open-hearted, even sentimental tale of a working-class woman making the most selfless of sacrifices to give her husband a child, it's tempting to call "Thy Womb" the gentlest film to date from hard-working Filipino provocateur Brillante Mendoza....
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VarietyItaly's contentious debate over euthanasia forms the backdrop to Marco Bellocchio's thought-provoking exploration of life, love and politics, "Dormant Beauty." Set in 2009, when the country was wracked with infighting over the fate of comatose Eluana...
VarietyROME -- Mexican thesp Gael Garcia Bernal will be feted by the Locarno Film Festival with an Excellence Award during a ceremony before a screening of Chilean helmer Pablo Larrain's "No," in which he stars. Bernal plays an adman who mounts a campaign...
VarietyPaul Rudd and Emile Hirsch have quietly wrapped a top-secret indie titled "Prince Avalanche," written and directed by David Gordon Green. Pic, based on Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurosson's Icelandic comedy "Either Way," follows two men whose lives intersect...
VarietyVariety's senior film critics, Justin Chang and Peter Debruge, sat down to discuss and debate the standouts so far at the 65th Cannes Film Festival. Peter Debruge: It's been raining for the last few days in Cannes, which is the perfect kind of weather...
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