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  • Baltimore's fall movie season comes on strong in October

    Baltimore's fall movie season comes on strong in October
    From the Michael Sragow Gets Reel blog: The dailies and newsweeklies and entertainment shows have already set off their starters' pistols, but let's get serious: in Baltimore, as in most American cities, this year October 1 marks the beginning of the...
  • Formula One driver Ayrton Senna is the high priest of speed in 'Senna'

    Formula One driver Ayrton Senna is the high priest of speed in 'Senna'
    This weekend, while drivers wheel around the Inner Harbor for the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix, moviegoers a few blocks from downtown will be watching the story of a brave, imaginative man who was the Muhammad Ali or Michael Jordan of auto racing....
  • Filmmaker's choice

    Filmmaker's choice
    The holiday movie season is a crowded beast. So we asked filmmaker Hilton Carter, a MICA grad who now lives in Los Angeles, to give us his picks for what he can't wait to see. Carter, 31, whose dark short film "Moth" aired earlier this year on HBO, cut...
  • Tribeca Film Review: 'Broken Hill Blues'

    The economical/ecological paradox at the heart of tyro helmer Sofia Norlin's impressive "Broken Hill Blues" could not be clearer: The northernmost Swedish town of Kiruna fiscally depends on the iron-ore mine that is dangerously undercutting the town's...
  • Picky vampire can't eat sweets in 'Let the Right One In'

    LONDON (Reuters) - A vampire who is a picky eater might seem to be a contradiction but is the star of the show in "Let the Right One In", the latest transfer of a cinema hit to the stage. Although the main characters are teenagers - albeit one of whom is...
  • Letter from London: Begin your theater summer with a LIFT

    Letter from London: Begin your theater summer with a LIFT
    Come August, the London theatre scene often shivers in the shadow of that north-of-the-border knees-up gargantuan, the Edinburgh Festival. But before the annual exodus begins, the capital anticipates the Scots shindig with its own London International...
  • In praise of Nazi zombies

    In praise of Nazi zombies
    There are some real gems in Entertainment Weekly's March 21 cover story on "criminally underrated" movies, television shows, albums, books and games, with stars such as Tilda Swinton weighing in with their own highly idiosyncratic recommendations of...
  • Horror cinema: A valentine to genre favorites from two admirers

     
    At this time of year the cinematic conversation usually is centered on Oscar front-runners, or the best titles that screened […]...
  • Scandinavian Cinema: 'Nordic Twilight' Heats Up Frozen North

    In case there was any doubt Scandinavian filmmakers are proving they can deliver more than crime thrillers like "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo." With Spanish cinema still caught up in the economic recession storm, Scandinavia is emerging as a fresh...
  • Sundance Film Review: 'A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night'

    "Middle Eastern feminist vampire romance" is likely to remain an underpopulated cinematic subgenre, but at least it now has a luminous standard-bearer in "A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night." A sly, slinky creeper set in an imaginary Iranian underworld --...
  • ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’ director Matt Reeves set for third film

     
    “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” doesn't arrive in theaters until July 11, but its director, Matt Reeves, already […]...
  • London Legit Review: 'Let The Right One In'

    One of the most resonant shocks of the powerful stage version of cult Swedish movie "Let the Right One In" is one of the simplest: the bringing up of the house-lights at the start of the intermission. As the spell is (temporarily) broken, audiences...