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  • Film Review: 'Paris of the North'

    "Paris of the North" is a small but appealing, character-driven dramedy about emotionally handicapped men, featuring several father-son relationships that humorously model various styles of manhood and schools of parenting. Like Icelandic director...
  • Cannes: Wild Side Founder Launches Jokers With Full Slate

    Manuel Chiche, co-founder of Wild Side, a leading distributor of upscale genre movies in France like Nicolas Winding Refn's "Drive," Park Chan-wook's "Old Boy" and Bong Joon-ho's "Snowpiercer," is now set to launch the Jokers, a Paris-based production and...
  • CANNES: Wild Side Co-Founder to Launch Paris-Based Production/Distribution House (EXCLUSIVE)

    Manuel Chiche, co-founder of Wild Side, a leading distributor of upscale genre movies in France like Nicolas Winding Refn's "Drive," Park Chan-wook's "Old Boy" and Bong Joon-ho's "Snowpiercer," is now set to launch the Jokers, a Paris-based production and...
  • For David Gordon Green, Lone Star State a Fit Setting for His 'Landscape' Pieces

    Life brought David Gordon Green back to Texas, where the director shot his last three features -- "Prince Avalanche," "Joe" and the upcoming "Manglehorn," which stars Al Pacino as an ex-con trying to go straight in the Lone Star State -- while living in...
  • Video/interview: 'Joe' star Tye Sheridan compares working with Pitt, McConaughey, Cage

    Video/interview: 'Joe' star Tye Sheridan compares working with Pitt, McConaughey, Cage
    It may sound impossible, but there are some people who don't know anything about Brad Pitt. One of those people was Tye Sheridan, who at 11 was cast as one of Pitt's sons in "The Tree of Life." Since that breakout turn the Texas native, now 17, also...
  • Review: Nicolas Cage in fine, gritty form as a hard-living 'Joe'

     Review: Nicolas Cage in fine, gritty form as a hard-living 'Joe'
    For a while now, Nicolas Cage has seemed more punch line than artistic force. More memorable for stopping by "Saturday Night Live" in 2012 to join the "In the Cage" satire, a none too flattering impression perfected by the very funny Andy Samberg, than...
  • 'Joe' review: Ugly behavior in sometimes-pretty scenery

    'Joe' review: Ugly behavior in sometimes-pretty scenery
    *** (out of four) At a certain point, the backcountry stories become a blur. Even when they're well executed, and they usually are, movies like "Winter's Bone" and "Mud" and "Out of the Furnace" and now "Joe" all exist in comparable, dangerous worlds....
  • David Gordon Green, Amber Heard to be Honored at Texas Film Awards

    David Gordon Green, Amber Heard and a co-founder of South by Southwest are among the honorees lined up to receive trophies at the Austin Film Society's 2014 Texas Film Awards. The kudos single out Texans whose work have helped earned the state notice...
  • 'Prince Avalanche' - Out of the fire, a tale on the road to nowhere ★★★ 1/2

    'Prince Avalanche' - Out of the fire, a tale on the road to nowhere  ★★&#9733 1/2
    Here's a funny, poignant oddball of a movie, existing on a galaxy far, far away from the likes of "Pacific Rim" or "World War Z" or anything whose computer-generated actions speak louder than words. "Prince Avalanche," from writer-director David...
  • A director who feels free to genre-sample

    A director who feels free to genre-sample
    Six and a half years passed between my first and second David Gordon Green interviews, and in the interim the filmmaker with the nutty checkerboard resume (sensitive indies, idiot-stoner comedies, sensitive idiot-stoner action comedies) became a viable...
  • Review: 'Prince Avalanche' is meditative without resolution

    Review: 'Prince Avalanche' is meditative without resolution
    Leave it to off-center auteur David Gordon Green to put a yellow dividing line right down the middle of his new movie, "Prince Avalanche." You need look no further for his central metaphor. The broken line is being painted by a crew of two on a road...
  • Film Reviews: Opening This Week (Aug. 5-9, 2013)

    A critical digest of the week's latest U.S. theatrical releases. Where applicable, links to longer reviews have been provided. Elysium Distributor: Sony So close and yet so far, the colony of Elysium hovers just outside Earth's atmosphere, a mere 19-...