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  • Locarno goes its own way in film festival circuit

    Locarno goes its own way in film festival circuit
    LOCARNO, Switzerland — Modern-day film festivals are multiheaded beasts. Many tribes circulate within this increasingly crowded global ecosystem — filmmakers, critics, buyers, sellers, programmers, sponsors and, of course, the paying public...
  • Toronto 2013: Bob Guccione, Donald Rumsfeld among fest's doc subjects

    Toronto 2013: Bob Guccione, Donald Rumsfeld among fest's doc subjects
    A chronicle of the life of Bob Guccione, an examination of the bank robber who inspired “Dog Day Afternoon” and a painterly inquiry from the latter half of Penn & Teller are among the documentaries receiving the world-premiere treatment from...
  • Telluride Film Festival is a labor of cinephilia for its SHOWCorps

    Telluride Film Festival is a labor of cinephilia for its SHOWCorps
    Katie Trainor spends her working life surrounded by the movies as film collections manager of New York's Museum of Modern Art. No one would blame her if she took a break from the world of motion pictures during her annual vacation to the mountains of...
  • Telluride Film Festival: Robert Redford receives career honor

    Telluride Film Festival: Robert Redford receives career honor
    TELLURIDE, Colo. -- In his new movie playing at the Telluride Film Festival, "All Is Lost," Robert Redford plays a solo sailor adrift at sea. But the 77-year-old actor-director appeared very much at home Friday in the Colorado mountain resort, where he...
  • Play the Toronto film festival? It's an exacting calculation

    Play the Toronto film festival? It's an exacting calculation
    TORONTO--To most movie fans, the Toronto International Film Festival that kicks off Thursday is simply a showcase for many of the fall's most anticipated titles. But to the studios and filmmakers exhibiting these films, it represents something more...
  • Chilly climate among 'Blue Is the Warmest Color' director and actors

    Chilly climate among 'Blue Is the Warmest Color' director and actors
    TORONTO--"Blue Is the Warmest Color," the lesbian coming-of-age drama that won the Cannes Film Festival's prestigious Palme d'Or in May, is a boiling caldron of emotion and passionate arguments. The same might be said for the film's North American press...
  • TIFF 2013: Blogger's 911 call ignites cellphone use debate

    TIFF 2013: Blogger's 911 call ignites cellphone use debate
    Cellphone use at movie theaters is a modern etiquette dilemma that inspires heated debates and occasional popcorn throwing. But a blogger's call to 911 during a Toronto International Film Festival screening Monday has kicked the issue up a level. Alex...
  • TIFF 2013: The key award win for '12 Years a Slave'

    TIFF 2013: The key award win for '12 Years a Slave'
    There are all kinds of film festivals and almost every one hands out some sort of award. But even with virtually every major city on the planet now hosting a trophy-dispensing movie gathering, there's still just one honor that truly matters: the People'...
  • Steve Carell's 'Foxcatcher' delayed to 2014

    Steve Carell's 'Foxcatcher' delayed to 2014
    One of the most anticipated movies of 2013 won’t come out until 2014. “Foxcatcher,” Bennett Miller’s fact-based story of wrestling and murder starring Steve Carell, is being delayed until next year to allow Miller to finish the...
  • AFI adds 'Out of the Furnace' to lineup

     AFI adds 'Out of the Furnace' to lineup
    Bennett Miller’s “Foxcatcher” won't be finished in time for this year's AFI Fest 2013, but programmers at the festival have added the world premiere of “Out of the Furnace” to this fall's gathering.  The festival also...
  • Weekend film programs focus on Hitchcock, Schrader, Antonioni

    Weekend film programs focus on Hitchcock, Schrader, Antonioni
    If "Pacific Rim" is not your cup of tea, there are several alternatives this weekend for the serious cineaste.  The Los Angeles County Museum of Art's Hitchcock 9 series, featuring newly restored silent movies from the Master of Suspense, concludes this...