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Agnieszka Holland

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  • Finding shards of light 'In Darkness'

    Finding shards of light 'In Darkness'
    Agnieszka Holland's Holocaust movies, like "Angry Harvest" and "Europa Europa," are a world away from concentration camp tear-jerkers like Robert Benigni's Oscar-winning smash "Life Is Beautiful." Holland's films are uninhibited and sexual, gutsy and...
  • DC Hot Spots - 2012 Women of Vision Awards

    DC Hot Spots - 2012 Women of Vision Awards
    The WIFV Women of Vision Awards celebrate women's creative and technical achievements in media. WIFV Executive Members nominate women for these awards. We are delighted and honored to recognize these trail blazers! This year the WIFV Board of Directors...
  • From sewers of Poland, 'In Darkness' sheds light on history of Holocaust ✭✭✭✭

    From sewers of Poland, 'In Darkness' sheds light on history of Holocaust ✭✭✭✭
    "In Darkness" is a pitiless glimpse into the inferno, into hell not only on earth but below it. Based on a true story, it visits the sewers of the Polish city of Lvov during World War II, a place where a group of Jews lived for more than a year under...
  • Emmy predix: 'Lost' will win best directing award

     
    "Lost" won the Emmy for directing once before, back in 2005 when the show won best drama series. Now it'll claim the trophy for helmers again, according to our gurus Chris "Boomer" Beachum and Rob Licuria (AwardsHeaven), who rank the nominees according to...
  • HBO's 'Treme' -- Season 2 starts April 24

     
    Season two of the David Simon/Eric Overmyer New Orleans drama "Treme" will start April 24, HBO announced Thursday.The cycle will consist of 11 episodes and air on Sunday nights on television's top channel. Jon Seda, one-time member of the ensemble for...
  • Oscars: How to find 'A Separation,' other foreign-language films

     
    Where to find foreign-language films in the running for Oscar...
  • Oscars: 9 foreign-language films make academy shortlist

     
    Foreign-language film Oscar contenders: The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has winnowed 63 eligible foreign language films down to nine potential contenders for the best foreign language film at the 2012 Oscars. Golden Globe winner "A...
  • Oscar predictions: Animation, foreign language and documentary

     
    Tips for filling out your Oscar pool ballot in the animated feature, foreign language film and documentary categories....
  • Oscar voters: From Britain to Brazil, academy members span globe

     
    According to an L.A. Times study of the membership of the Academy of Motion Pictures, some 500 voting members, from actors and directors to makeup artists and hairstylists, reside abroad. The largest regional bloc is from Britian, including England,...
  • Avenging Angel

     
    The Killing’s Mireille Enos shows the world her bright side...
  • 'In Darkness'

    'In Darkness'
    An Oscar nominee for best foreign language film, this fact-inspired drama from director Agnieszka Holland ("Europa, Europa," "Treme") tells the true story of a Polish thief (Robert Wieckiewicz) who uses his knowledge of his city's sewer system to hide a...
  • 'In Darkness' review: Another hidden Holocaust story, devastating you into the light

    'In Darkness' review: Another hidden Holocaust story, devastating you into the light
    ***1/2 (out of four) Eventually, the 145-minute runtime of “In Darkness” starts to feel long. Then you remember that you’re watching a story about Jews forced to spend 14 months hiding in a sewer to avoid being killed by the Nazis...