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  • Hollywood reflects on race in year of black, civil rights films

    Hollywood reflects on race in year of black, civil rights films
    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Race in America has been a hot topic of debate this summer and Hollywood, as if on cue, has muscled its way into the conversation. This year is shaping up to be a big one in film for African American, black and civil rights...
  • 20 Movies We're Dying to See This Fall

    Aug 22 (TheWrap.com) - Fall is just around the corner, bringing a mixture of Oscar-contenders and holiday blockbusters geared to both the arthouse and Comic-Con set. On the serious side, just the list of directors is enough to get cinephiles salivating:...
  • Fall Movies: What's Most Tweeted-About and What's Most Challenging?

    More Hobbits and "Hunger Games," more "Anchorman" and more "Thor" will feed filmgoers thirsting for the familiar through the end of the year. But with the summer reaching benchmark box office levels, fall and winter movies will need to keep up strong...
  • Venice Film Festival kicks off awards race

    Venice Film Festival kicks off awards race
    Summer's not yet over and Hollywood's annual awards race has already started — though you may have to hop a plane and travel several thousand miles to notice. The Venice Film Festival opens Wednesday, to be quickly followed by two other high-...
  • 'Tracks' Producer Recalls Film's Journey to Screen

    "Tracks" producer Emile Sherman is no stranger to the Lido. The last time the Australian producer, who makes up one-half of the producing duo at See-Saw Films ("The King's Speech"), hit Venice was with sexually graphic Michael Fassbender drama "Shame" in...
  • Venice Film Festival: Mia Wasikowska, Adam Driver make 'Tracks'

    Venice Film Festival: Mia Wasikowska, Adam Driver make 'Tracks'
    In the new movie "Tracks," Mia Wasikowska plays Robyn Davidson, who in 1977 walked some 1,700 miles of the Australian desert over nine months accompanied by her dog and a few camels. She is joined at times along the way by National Geographic photographer...
  • Telluride Film Review: '12 Years a Slave'

    Had Steve McQueen not already christened his previous picture thus, "Shame" would have been the perfect one-word title to capture the gut-wrenching impact of his third and most essential feature, "12 Years a Slave." Based on the true story of free black...
  • Five reasons to see '12 Years a Slave,' starring Chiwetel Ejiofor

    Five reasons to see '12 Years a Slave,' starring Chiwetel Ejiofor
    Director Steve McQueen's third feature, "Twelve Years a Slave," screened for the first time Friday evening at the Telluride Film Festival with reviews so strong that its inclusion in this year's Oscar race appears inevitable. While extremely brutal for...
  • Visual arts: Year's exhibitions were both ambitious and unpredictable

    Visual arts: Year's exhibitions were both ambitious and unpredictable
    The year 2012 brought exhibitions that were ambitious, unpredictable and sometimes downright messy — but when it comes to art, these are all good things. What's more, all that disheveled enthusiasm wasn't solely confined to the alternative spaces...
  • Artist Steve McQueen's work is what it is: Not as it seems

    Artist Steve McQueen's work is what it is: Not as it seems
    The celebrated British artist Steve McQueen has made two feature films in the past few years. "Hunger" won the Camera d'Or at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival for its vision of Irish Republican Army bomber Bobby Sands, and the hunger strike that ended his...
  • Film academy broadens ranks, diversity with 276 new invitees

    What do Jenny on the Block, a freshly minted studio exec and Machete have in common? They are all new invitees to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The academy announced Friday that it had invited 276 people to join its ranks, including...
  • Review: Neil Jordan's 'Byzantium' conjures vampires with human touch

    Review: Neil Jordan's 'Byzantium' conjures vampires with human touch
    "Byzantium" is a very different sort of vampire drama for director Neil Jordan, whose undead were so fabulously rich and fashion-forward in "Interview With the Vampire" so many years ago. This vision of the immortal has more of an Irish fable quality,...