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  • Angelina Jolie breaks the curse of 'Unbroken'

     Angelina Jolie breaks the curse of 'Unbroken'
    OXENFORD, Australia — Angelina Jolie was ready to step behind the cameras again. Her directing debut, "In the Land of Blood and Honey," hadn't been a box-office or critical hit, but making the 2011 Bosnian war drama had fueled her desire to become a filmmaker. So Jolie started looking for a follow-up movie, knowing she had to choose carefully.
  • Oscar's Diverse Presenter List A Signal of a Changing Business

    The virtues and challenges of the 2013 Oscar contenders have been debated endlessly in the past few months. But how about the virtues and challenges of the Academy? They still have a long way to go, but they've addressed some problems head-on, like...

    Sochi Olympic TV moment: Wise halfpipe, Weir and Lipinski acrobatics

    Cold-weather football games are about as perfect an example of the form as you’ll find. So what better way to watch a skiing competition than with a blizzard backdrop? That hasn’t happened much in global-warmed Sochi. But on Tuesday night...

    French D.P. and Coens Get 'Inside' '60s Folk Scene

    When French cinematographer Bruno Delbonnel first discussed the look of "Inside Llewyn Davis" with the Coen brothers, they gave him a concise but vivid image -- "a slushy, wintry New York," he recalls. In turn, the d.p. suggested another key image, the...

    'Prisoners' D.P. Roger Deakins Known for Simplicity, Restraint

    Denis Villeneuve's unsettling psychological crime thriller "Prisoners" provides a contrast between the disturbing subject matter (child abduction, suicide, torture) and Roger Deakins' restrained camerawork, reminiscent of the Brit d.p.'s cooly matter-of-...