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Watch 3 minutes of Todd Haynes’ Carol with Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara

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One of the most hotly anticipated films of the festival, Todd Haynes’ Carol will premiere in Cannes this week starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara. The Guardian‘s Hannah Ellis-Petersen today profiles Carol’s producer, Elizabeth Karlsen: It’s taken more than 50 years to get Highsmith’s seminal – and once shocking – ...

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Interview: Janusz Kaminski and Lincoln

In 1993, Steven Spielberg directed Schindler’s List, marking the first collaboration between Spielberg and Director of Photography Janusz Kaminski. Kaminski has worked on every Spielberg film since, and they both won Oscars for their work on Schindler’s List and Saving Private Ryan. Kaminski’s shared filmography with Spielberg has also resulted ...

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Oscar Flashback: Roger Deakins Headed for 10th Oscar Nomination, Zero Wins

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All props to In Contention‘s astute Oscar pundit (I’m sure he’ll hate that description) Kris Tapley  for pointing out that of Skyfall’s potential nominations — Sound, Sound Editing — Cinematography is certainly among them. Best Supporting Actor is also possible for Javier Bardem. Standing in Skyfall’s way overall? It’s really ...

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ASC Nominations!

Guillaume Schiffman, AFC (The Artist) Jeff Cronenweth, ASC (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo) Robert Richardson, ASC (Hugo) Hoyte van Hoytema, FSF, NSC (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy) Emmanuel Lubezki, ASC, AMC (The Tree of Life) I do believe Ryan got 5/5 on these predictions. Hats off to you. I missed ...

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NYTimes calls The Artist a “dazzling cinematic objet d’art”

The Artist currently stands at 87 on metacritic (tied with Deathly Hallows and Moneyball). A.O. Scott’s review in The Times: This is not a work of film history but rather a generous, touching and slightly daffy expression of unbridled movie love. Though its protagonist mourns the arrival of sound, “The ...

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NYTimes calls The Artist a "dazzling cinematic objet d’art"

The Artist currently stands at 87 on metacritic (tied with Deathly Hallows and Moneyball). A.O. Scott’s review in The Times: This is not a work of film history but rather a generous, touching and slightly daffy expression of unbridled movie love. Though its protagonist mourns the arrival of sound, “The ...

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