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Michael Haneke (German pronunciation: [hɑːnɛkɛ]; born 23 March 1942) is a German-born Austrian filmaker and screenwriter best known for his bleak and disturbing style. His films...

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  • Lars von Trier's two-part, four-hour Nymphomaniac: a hardcore challenge ...

      News Source: Nashville Scene | 16 days ago
    Opening Friday at The Belcourt The opening of Nymphomaniac languid shots of roofs and doorways defining the space where we meet our heroine is breathtaking. It's almost purely constructivist; we're left to assemble in our heads the specifics of this
  • Fawlty Towers' Manuel actor Andrew Sachs: I prefer watching wildlife ...

      News Source: The Independent | 23 days ago
    Books I am currently reading London Labour and the London Poor by Henry Mayhew and My Childhood by Maxim Gorky, out loud to my wife, Melody. This is something I have always done when we go away on holiday, and I have started it again recently. She
  • For dancer Evan McKie, ballet is all about story – and passion

      News Source: The Globe & Mail | 1 month ago
    Reuters Dance It was, McKie recalls some 20 years later, a life-altering experience. I had always had this image of ballet as pink and pointe shoes, which is nice, but it wasn't for me...The central character was a guy, and he was dressed all in
  • Movie review: Cheap Thrills an exercise in discomfort

      News Source: Leader Post Online | 1 month ago
    Drafthouse Films , Postmedia News Cheap Thrills Rating: 3½ stars out of 5 Starring: Pat Healy, Ethan Embry, Sara Paxton, David Koechner Directed by: E.L. Katz Running time: 85 minutes The terrible things that people will do for money has provided
  • Cinema & Eulogia: Alain Resnais, 1922 - 2014

      News Source: The Huffington Post | 1 month ago
    Yesterday, a genuine conceptual and artistic film pioneer who was also possessed of an earnest conscience saw his final day on Earth. His genius work remains, and here's one of my favorite of his films, Mon Oncle D'Amerique , for your viewing
  • Alain Resnais, cinema's definitive artist of post-War trauma, passes away

      News Source: The Globe and Mail | 1 month ago
    Story Resnais addressed another of the Second World War's great traumas in his first feature drama, Hiroshima, Mon Amour (1959) with a screenplay written by novelist, Marguerite Duras, as an extended dialogue between a French actress making a film
  • How to Win Big in the “Little” Categories at the Oscars

      News Source: Time-Arts Looking Around | 1 month ago
    In Oscar pools, the big winners are those who can chose the little winners the films that snag the statuettes in the short-film and technical categories. Any year has its share of upsets, but Gravity  seems the clear leader in Cinematography, Editing,
  • Oscars: best foreign film contenders

      News Source: BBC | 1 month ago
    Amid the glitz and glamour of Oscar night, the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film seldom gets much media attention but it provides a valuable snapshot each year of what is happening in cinema beyond Hollywood...The category has had a

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