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  • Could the Next Chief of U.K.'s Film4 be an American?

    CANNES -- The favorite game among the Brit pack in Cannes is guessing who will be Tessa Ross' successor as Film4 chief, and a surprising choice has emerged: former Focus Features boss James Schamus. Whether he'd be interested is another matter, but...
  • 'Million Dollar Arm' tosses out a nice softball

    You can see the stuff "Million Dollar Arm" throws at you from miles away, but that doesn't stop this baseball movie from being genially enjoyable. An example of the pleasant things that can happen when a better class of people work on Disney family films,...
  • CANNES: India's Kanu Behl and Dibakar Banerjee Explain 'Titli' Challenges

    Presented this week in Un Certain Regard, Kanu Behl's "Titli" is a gritty drama that is both contemporary Indian fiction and also very documentary in style. The first feature by Kanu Behl, it draws on his extensive film-making experience and the...
  • Reel Critics: 'Arm' shows strength, while Godzilla's wanes

    Reel Critics: 'Arm' shows strength, while Godzilla's wanes
    Hollywood loves all things baseball. Disney continues the tradition with a light-hearted look at a true-life sideshow of the national pastime. The studio serves up a big fat 3-and-0 pitch down the middle of the plate in "Million Dollar Arm." J.B....
  • Commentary: 'La Traviata' is a timeless statement about class

    It's not surprising that "La Traviata" was the most performed opera during the 2012-13 operatic season. Not "Don Giovanni." Not "Carmen." Not "La Boheme." Not even "Madame Butterfly." But "La Traviata." Audiences in Southern California were able to...
  • Channel 4′s Film/Drama Chief Tessa Ross to Become Chief Exec of U.K.'s National Theater

    LONDON -- Tessa Ross is to become chief executive of the U.K.'s National Theater. She joins from pubcaster Channel 4, where she is controller of film and drama. Ross will join the National in November, working alongside the theater's director Nicholas...
  • Fox TV chief and Murdoch favorite Peter Rice extends contract

    Fox TV chief and Murdoch favorite Peter Rice extends contract
    News that Fox TV chief Peter Rice had renewed his employment contract came, fittingly enough, in a press release about Rupert Murdoch's plans for corporate succession of his vast media empire. Wednesday's news release chronicled the return of Murdoch'...
  • '12 Years a Slave' Backer Channel 4 Pledges Continued Support for Indie Filmmaking

    LONDON - Speaking to Variety, David Abraham, chief executive of U.K. broadcaster Channel 4, has reaffirmed the network's support for independent British filmmaking following news that Tessa Ross, controller of film and drama, is to leave in September....
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  • Oscar-Winner Gulzar Given India's Highest Film Honor

    LONDON -- 79-year-old Sampooran Singh Kalra, better known by his pen name Gulzar, has been conferred the Dadasaheb Phalke award, India's highest film honor, for 2013. The award is given by the Indian government for outstanding contribution to the growth...
  • REVIEW: 'The Lunchbox' ★★★ 1/2

    REVIEW: 'The Lunchbox' ★★&#9733 1/2
    To the small but choice list of films that gracefully mix a passion for food with other potent emotions — think "Babette's Feast," "Eat Drink Man Woman," "Big Night," even "Ratatouille" — you can add one more: "The Lunchbox." Written and...
  • Why U.S. Audiences Are More Comfortable With Subtitles Than Ever

    Attendees at next month's Cannes Film Festival will hear plenty of French being spoken -- except, that is, by the characters onscreen. Of the French films recently announced as part of this year's official selection, two (Olivier Dahan's opening-nighter...