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  • Cinema downtime is perfect for EU Film Festival

    Cinema downtime is perfect for EU Film Festival
    Every March, seven months before the Chicago International Film Festival in the fall, the Siskel Film Center's European Union Film Festival canvasses the best available new work from the EU nations, in all their loosely tied yet gloriously disparate...
  • Cannes 2012: Festival turns 65 with a lineup heavy on U.S. titles

     
    Opening Wednesday night with Wes Anderson's oddly endearing “Moonrise Kingdom,” the Cannes Film Festival is celebrating its 65th anniversary this year and marking that milestone by embracing all kinds of opposites: old and young, dramatic...
  • Cannes 2012: Adam Yauch’s label buys film about reality TV

     
    Adam Yauch's film label Oscilloscope has acquire "Reality," Matteo Garone's follow-up to "Gomorrah," at the Cannes Film Festival. "Holy Motors" and the latest Abbas Kiarostami film also found homes....
  • Cannes 2012: Cronenberg, Daniels give lineup a North American spin

     
    The Cannes Film Festival's lineup was announced in Paris, with Kristen Stewart's "On the Road," Robert Pattinson's and David Cronenberg's "Cosmopolis" and Brad Pitt's "Killing Me Softly" in the lineup....
  • Cannes 2012: Watch trailers of six films playing the festival

     
    Among the films in the lineup of the 2012 Cannes Film Festival are "On the Road," "Moonrise Kingdom," "Cosmopolis" and "7 Days in Havana."...
  • The dubious distinction of ‘Palme d’Or winner’

     
    Terrence Malick's “The Tree of Life” won the grand prize, the Palme d'Or, at this year's Cannes Film Festival. That and $7.50 will get a venti at your neighborhood Starbucks. The Cannes reviews for the film have been either breathless and all-...
  • ‘Great Directors’ — insightful chats with master filmmakers

     
    “Great Directors” is filmmaker Angela Ismailos's homage to a 1982 TV documentary by Wim Wenders, “Room 666,” in which he rounded up his heroes (Fassbender) and the great success stories of his day (Spielberg) for a “great...
  • Monster Mash: Getty returning items to Greece; Merce Cunningham legacy

     
    Getty Museum, Greece enter new agreement that involves repatriating more ancient artifacts...
  • UK Court Agrees to Extradite WikiLeaks' Assange to Sweden

    UK Court Agrees to Extradite WikiLeaks' Assange to Sweden
    LONDON -- A British court agreed on Thursday to extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to Sweden where he is wanted for questioning over sex crimes, dismissing claims the move would breach his human rights. Swedish prosecutors want to question...
  • Promised 'Oranges and Sunshine'

    Promised 'Oranges and Sunshine'
    When British social worker Margaret Humphreys (played by Emily Watson) informs a woman working in a pub that the daughter she gave up for adoption as an unwed mother in the 1950s was later sent to a children's home in Australia, she is stunned: “...
  • 'My Blueberry Nights' to open Cannes Film Festival

    'My Blueberry Nights' to open Cannes Film Festival
    PARIS — A road movie set in the U.S., directed by a Chinese auteur, financed by a French company and starring a mix of British and American actors, Wong Kar Wai's "My Blueberry Nights" will open this year's Cannes Film Festival in competition....
  • Tim Roth gives clinics on how to be the villain

    Tim Roth gives clinics on how to be the villain
    WITH HIS 1982 film debut as a window-smashing skinhead teen in "Made in Britain" and his Oscar-nominated sadist fop in the Highlands period drama " Rob Roy," Tim Roth has routinely been considered one of film's most exciting performers. The actor, though,...