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  • ‘Melancholia’: Depression was never lovelier

     
    What to say about “Melancholia”? In many ways, there's not a more accurate portrayal of depression on film. Because it's directed by Lars von Trier, it's heavy on imagery, light on dialogue. But unlike “The Tree of Life” –...
  • 2011: Seven film stories we never saw coming

     
    Bridesmaids, Midnight in Paris and Lars von Trier's controversial Nazi comments were among the biggest film stories of 2011....
  • National Society of Film Critics: 'Melancholia' best of 2011

     
    The National Society of Film Critics, which is made up of 58 the country's major film critics, rarely agrees with the picks of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. And the group likely stayed true to form with their picks for 46th annual...
  • In Rotation: The Roots' 'Undun'

     
    A series in Sunday Calendar about what Times writers & contributors are listening to right now... If the Roots ever decide to slow down, one of them should write a business book, because over the course of their varied and......
  • In Rotation: Kids These Days' 'Hard Times'

     
    A series in Sunday Calendar about what Times writers & contributors are listening to right now... The youth today, they grow up so fast and so cynical. On this self-released, five-track EP, Kids These Days are bummed about love, stressed......
  • In Rotation: Charlotte Gainsbourg's 'Stage Whisper'

     
    A series in Sunday Calendar about what Times writers & contributors are listening to right now... Charlotte Gainsbourg“Stage Whisper”Because Music/ElektraCharlotte Gainsbourg has appeared in more than 40 films, including her recent turn as...
  • Around Town: Max von Sydow plays chess with death again

     
    One of international cinema’s most acclaimed actors, Max von Sydow, best known for his iconic work for director Ingmar Bergman, visits the American Cinematheque’s Aero Theatre on Monday evening....
  • Berlin film fest kicks off with an international mix of upheaval

     
    The 62nd Berlin International Film Festival kicks off Thursday, and with nearly 400 films screening over 10 days in Germany’s chilly capital, it's hard to find just one theme to describe this year's Berlinale. To be sure, the event’s signature...
  • Berlin Film Festival: Top award goes to Italian prison documentary

     
    The Berlin International Film Festival handed out its awards on Saturday, awarding the top prize, the Golden Bear, to "Caesar Must Die" (“Cesare Deve Morire”) from octegenarian filmmaking brothers Paolo and Vittorio Taviani....
  • Cannes 2012: Claude Miller's last film will close festival

     
    The Cannes Film Festival selects “Therese D,” the final work from the late Claude Miller, as its closing-night film. Claude Miller's "Therese D," starring Audrey Tautou, will screen at the Cannes Film Festival on May 27....
  • Melanchlia e Immortals: mundos en destrucción

    Melancholia*** Lars von Trier, el "enfant terrible" del cine danés, añade otra polémica pieza a su larga filmografía, conformada, entre otras cintas, por títulos como Breaking the Waves, Dancer in the Dark y Dogville. Von Trier, quien tiene fama de...
  • The horrible pleasures of Lars Von Trier: 'Melancholia' opens in New Haven and Hartford

    The horrible pleasures of Lars Von Trier:  'Melancholia' opens in New Haven and Hartford
    Melancholia Opens Nov. 23. Criterion, 86 Temple St., New Haven. (203) 498-2500; opens Dec. 2. Real Art Ways, 56 Arbor St., Hartford. (860) 232-1006.   No filmmaker inflicts pain like Lars Von Trier. The master of excruciating situations that try...