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  • Wii bowling at the Bain Center

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  • Oscars: Canada Taps 'Mommy' For Foreign-Language Entry

    Montreal filmmaker Xavier Dolan's "Mommy" will represent Canada in the nominee race for the best foreign-language film Oscar, it was announced today by Telefilm Canada. The film, which shared the Special Jury Prize at Cannes earlier this year, follows...
  • Toronto: 'The Good Lie' Filmmakers Want Audiences to Get Involved in Sudan

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Screenwriter Margaret Nagle hustled to find a home for "The Good Lie" for 11 years. After reading a story in Variety about the late producer Robert Newmyer attempts to make a movie about the young boys forced to flee war-...
  • Toronto Film Review: 'The Good Lie'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - A good lie, according to Huckleberry Finn, is a prevarication where the "rightness" of the outcome excuses the "wrongness" of having fibbed in the first place. to an uplifting and overly earnest picture that isn't really...
  • CANNES: Paris-Based Other Angle to Produce 'The Beggars' as its First Movie (EXCLUSIVE)

    Paris-based sales house Other Angle is on board to produce its first movie, "The Beggars," a Morocco-set tale taking place in the 1940s, starring Mohamed Fellag ("Monsieur Lazhar") and Daniel Cohen ("All That Glitters") as Jewish and Muslim homeless men...
  • Glenn Close, Sophie Nelisse, Octavia Spencer Join 'The Great Gilly Hopkins'

    BERLIN -- Rising Hollywood star Sophie Nelisse ("The Book Thief," "Monsieur Lazhar") will play the title role in "The Great Gilly Hopkins," joined by Glenn Close, Kathy Bates, Danny Glover and Octavia Spencer ("The Help"). WestEnd Films is selling the pic...
  • Meirelles' 'Nemesis,' Baiz's 'Animals' and Jimenez's 'Voice Over' Presented at Miami Fest (EXCLUSIVE)

    MADRID - Fernando Meirelles' "Nemesis," Colombian Andres Baiz's "Domestic Animals" and "Nobody is Watching," from Argentina's Julia Solomonoff, feature among ten projects to be pitched at the 31st Miami Festival's mid-March ACE Co-Production Lab....
  • Sophie Nelisse: International Star You Should Know

    CLAIM TO FAME The Canadian actress -- who was 12 years old at the time -- won a Genie Award, the equivalent of a Canadian Oscar, for her performance in French-language drama "Monsieur Lazhar." FAMILY BUSINESS Nelisse started acting to pay for...
  • 'Wanted,' 'Low,' 'Love' Bow at Baja

    LOS CABOS - Three awaited Mexican movies - "Mexico's Most Wanted," "Flying Low" and "Natural Philosophy of Love" - all world preem at the 2nd Baja International Film Festival whose Hollywood industry presence underscores that the U.S. is at least...
  • In dark 'The Book Thief,' Sophie Nélisse is a bright spot

    In dark 'The Book Thief,' Sophie Nélisse is a bright spot
    POTSDAM, Germany — Biting cold and a blue, blue April sky marked the day as perfect for a foot race. On the back lot of Babelsberg Film Studio here outside of the German capital, young actors Sophie Nélisse and Nico Liersch took their marks, got...
  • "On the Town" Opens Barrington Stage in June in Berkshires

    The Leonard Bernstein musical "On the Town," a stage adaptation of "The Chosen" and "Much Ado About Nothing" will be the three shows on the main theater at Barrington Stage in Pittsfield, Mass. this summer in the Berkshires "On the Town," directed by...
  • Locarno Film Review: 'Gabrielle'

    Two developmentally disabled members of a Montreal choir want to exert independence and consummate their love in Louise Archambault's predictably sweet "Gabrielle." Fitting into the solid market for well-made, uplifting stories about individuals with...