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The Season felt like it was ramping up into high gear this week. Foreign-language film screenings began in earnest at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences with entries from Norway, China, Cuba, Ireland, Japan, and Italy. The latter country'...
Sentinel Movie CriticIt has been 10 years since the great Francis Ford Coppola made a movie, 10 years since we've read stories about him battling the elements, the studios, the banks, his actors and himself as he finished another project, almost always against long odds....
Tribune movie critic2½ stars (out of four) So much good and soulful music courses through "Gypsy Caravan," writer-director Jasmine Dellal's documentary about a four-nation, five-band, six-week crew of artists on a World Music Institute-sponsored U.S. tour, you can barely...
THIS year's Cannes Film Festival Palme d'Or winner, "4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days," chronicles a bleak day in the life of a pregnant college student who enlists her roommate to arrange an illegal abortion. Writer-director Cristian Mungiu's drama...
Tribune staff reporterTwenty-three people died of the heat on this date, but the death that drew the most attention was that of a 31-year-old Indiana man who, on his birthday a month earlier, had been declared Public Enemy No. 1 by the FBI. At the time of his death, handsome,...
Tags: Clark Gable, Wrigley Field, John Dillinger, Lawyers, Death
For tourist information on selected foreign destinations, contact the government offices below. For information about a country not listed, call the United Nations at 212-963-1234, dial 0 and ask for the number of the country's U.N. mission or delegation....
Tags: Ecuador, South Africa, Russia, Argentina, Malaysia
Times Staff WriterCANNES, France — "4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days," a small Romanian film that was one of the first shown at the Festival de Cannes, outlasted its better-financed, better-known rivals and won the Palme d'Or at a ceremony Sunday night at the Palais...
Tags: Entertainment, James Gray, Festive Events, Russia, Pol Pot
Though Cruise West is well known for its cruises to Alaska, of late it has reached out to cover the world. Its newest foray far from home is a river cruise on the Danube between Vienna and near Bucharest, Romania, with stops in Hungary, Croatia, Serbia...
Tags: Trips and Vacations, Cruises, Cruise West, Travel, Serbia
Fall colors lend a mystical air to the land of Bram Stoker's famous Count, it seems, as Romania's castles, mountains and gorges take on the reds and golds of autumn. The "Transylvanian Fall Foliage Special Tour for Seniors" hits the highlights of the...
Tags: Nicolas Anelka
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