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Xavier Dolan to Work with Cotillard and Seydoux


Indiewire reports that Xavier Dolan will direct Juste la fin du Monde (It’s only the end of the World) next month with Marion Cotillard, Lea Seydoux, Vince Cassel, Nathalie Baye and Gaspard Ulliel. Dolan’s statement, “I’m absolutely thrilled about ‘It’s Only The End of the World,’ especially for the work ...

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European Film Award Winners – Ida, Timothy Spall

Cannes 2014: Mr Turner

When is it Timothy Spall’s turn!? From Hitfix: European Film “Ida” European Comedy “The Mafia Only Kills in the Summer” European Director Pawel Pawlikowski, “Ida” European Actor Timothy Spall, “Mr. Turner” European Actress Marion Cotillard, “Two Days, One Night” European Screenwriter Pawel Pawlikowski, Rebecca Lenkiewicz, “Ida” European Cinematographer (Prix Carlo ...

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Did Pundits Drop the Ball on Marion Cotillard?


Last May, Marion Cotillard and the Dardennes brothers brought the exquisite Two Days, One Night to the Cannes Film Festival. The film received rave reviews from those who published them. Heading into the prize ceremony, everyone thought Cotillard had to win. What a role it was. Cotillard carried the film ...

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Roundtable Talk on Indie Filmmaking with Kristen Stewart, Jake Gyllenhaal, Marion Cotillard and More

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Scott Feinberg hosted a roundtable with actors and filmmakers for Oscars 2014 – but honestly? Tilda Swinton’s hair for the win. Each of the eight panelists were associated with top-notch 2014 indies: writer-director J.C. Chandor (AFI Fest opener A Most Violent Year); writer-director Damien Chazelle (Sundance grand jury and audience ...

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Marion Cotillard in two clips from James Gray’s The Immigrant

Salon’s Andrew O’Hehir says, “it’s a magnificent drama with an immense emotional payoff, combining old-fashioned Hollywood storytelling and an auteurist, European-style sense of mystery.” James Gray’s subtle and powerful melodrama “The Immigrant,” which premiered here [in Cannes] on Friday, is set in precisely the same period as “Gatsby” and just ...

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Marion Cotillard in Vogue

Vogue spends the day with Marion Cotillard tagging along to private Paris studios, Dior fetes for David Lynch, street market strolls, Pompidou musings, and “a joyous bohemian jamboree” for boyfriend Guillaume Canet. Along the way, an achingly enviable profile is woven. There’s a lot to rhapsodize about, but don’t expect ...

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Dead and Famous Women in the Oscar Race

This year, especially in the Best Actress category, it feels like there are more true-ish stories being told than fictional ones. Manohla Dargis points this out in her article on all of the dead women being revived this year: For actresses, it is no longer enough to be young and ...

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Nine, Japanese poster

It’ll be interesting to see if this layout is part of a synchronized design for a worldwide campaign. Click to see the full-size graphics. Maybe one of our readers from Japan can help translate the text. (thanks to sister aloysius for the tip)

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