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This news has been trickling out, one star at a time, for the past couple of weeks. Instead of doling out a dozen little newsbites we’ve waited for the whole ...

Any adaptation as intensely psychotic as Jim Thompson’s seminal noir will have to bring a lot of artistry to the table to balance the built-in revulsion. Going by my own ...

I’m so pathetically out of the loop on this topic, I don’t even know if this contains spoilers. Let’s assume this the clip and any comments on the next page ...

I like how the major players are identified with names like Tarot card symbols. 5 more after the cut.

Nowhere Boy screened at Sundance in February. The domestic trailer raises the film’s profile in advance of festivals in Provincetown and Nantucket next month, and its US premiere, October 8. ...

As we wait with baity bated breath for the Palme d’Or and other major awards to be handed out tomorrow night, Steve Pond at The Wrap has the rundown on ...

Thanks to Sonny for the lob: “Inception and the world cup at the same time‚Ķ i must be dreaming‚Ķ” As Reuben volleyed: “Directed by Alejandro Gonz√°lez I√±√°rritu. Safe to say ...

While Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives scores high praise in the 11th hour at Cannes, Apichatpong Weerasethakul talks about this week’s devastating violence and destruction in the ...

We first heard about the tantalizing Love Ranch in October 2008. Here’s hoping the long-delayed film is as gaudily tawdry and brazen as the trailer makes it look. Inspired by ...

IFC Films, the leading American distributor of independent and foreign films, announced today that the company is acquiring U.S. rights to two films: Xavier Dolan’s HEARTBEATS which is screening in ...

That headline quote is from Fair Game director Doug Liman — so naturally it’s entirely unbiased. When we ran a teaser clip last week, there were some who felt Naomi ...

USAToday’s Anthony Breznican says Carlos is a harrowing journey at the side of a murderous predator, as director Oliver Assayas tracks the elusive mercenary with the objective clarity of a ...

Erik Anderson of the International Cinephile Society treks to Cannes and hooks us up with a few succinct impressions of significant films. ANOTHER YEAR (Mike Leigh) Spring, Summer, Autumn and ...

Just a nibble, but the smallest morsel is mouth-watering when you’re starving for a taste.

Backing up the good word we’re hearing from Sasha about The Housemaid, Andrew O’Hehir at Salon finds The Housemaid swoony: Director Im Sang-soo, a controversial figure in Korean cinema, has ...

IndiaTimes tells us Martin Scorsese has been busy wooing Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in Cannes, with an eye to feature her in his next film. Question is, what film? William Monahan ...

UPDATE: Thanks to Jun for tipping us to the full trailer above. The teaser can be seen after the cut. Im Sang-soo’s The Housemaid is a remake of a classic ...

Roger Ebert writes in his Journal from Cannes: Mike Leigh has long been a great director, but now he is surely at the top of his form. “Another Year” has ...

More constellations emerge on Les Etoiles de la Critique from lefilmfrancais, as star formations accumulate on the chart first posted by ladylurks 2 days ago. Far and away the films ...

Valerie Plame and Jordan’s Queen Noor are on hand in Cannes helping promote Countdown to Zero. Hoping to spearhead a movement to reduce nuclear weapons to absolute zero, the producers ...

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