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VarietyZurich-based C-Films is following up its hit Swiss drama "The Foster Boy" and Bille August's Berlinale screener "Night Train to Lisbon" with "Global Beach," an environmental disaster satire. The company will continue its collaboration with "Lisbon" co-...
VarietyThe Palm Springs Film Festival will screen 42 of the 71 Oscar foreign-language film submissions and has introduced a new program, Nordic Light, featuring Scandinavian films. "This year's lineup features celebrated veteran auteurs sharing the stage with...
VarietyLONDON -- Denmark has selected Nikolaj Arcel's historical drama "A Royal Affair" as its entry in the foreign-language Oscar contest. The Euros 6 million ($7.8 million) budgeted pic world preemed at the Berlin Film Festival, where Mikkel Boe Folsgaard won...
VarietyEXCLUSIVE: Renee Zellweger is set to make her directorial debut with "4 1/2 Minutes," a comedy in which she'll star opposite Johnny Knoxville. Kevin Frakes' PalmStar Media Capital will finance the pic, which K5 International will begin introducing to...
VarietyLONDON -- Susanne Bier, whose last film "In a Better World" won the 2010 foreign-language film Academy Award, is in the running for the Oscars again. Her romantic comedy "Love Is All You Need," is one of three films shortlisted in the contest to be...
Special to the TribuneIngmar Bergman, one of the greatest filmmakers in the history of cinema and an artist who changed the way the world perceived the movies, died Monday, local media reported. He was 89 years old. Bergman died at his home in Faro, Sweden, Swedish news...
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Tribune movie critic4 stars (out of four) Bergmanesque and beautiful, set in a wintry landscape fitfully lit by one woman's flickering awareness and one man's long-term, stubborn love, "Away from Her" is one of the most remarkable and moving love stories the movies have...
FOR THE TIMESFriday May 1, 1998 It's chichi in academia to reject the work of so-called dead white males, but despite what you might read, not all DWMs were defending the patriarchal status quo, or subjugating colonials, or writing in dialect. Take...
SPECIAL TO THE TIMESA tender and compassionate portrait of a couple whose relationship is ravaged by Alzheimer's disease, "A Song for Martin" is the second film involving the illness in as many weeks. Like "Iris," which is based on John Bayley's account of the decline of his...
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