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The Search: From Silent Films to the War in Chechnya

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Oscar-winning director Michel Hazanavicius has shifted his focus from riffing on famous genres to making his most ambitious film to date, The Search. Chalk it up perhaps to him wanting to dig a little deeper than where he went with The Artist and deeper than he’s ever gone previously in his career, but this is his first real deep dive into a very serious subject — the human rights abuses…

The Artist: ‘Making of’ Featurette

The Artist: ‘Making of’ Featurette

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

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

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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 Artist” itself is more interested in celebrating the range and power of a medium that can sparkle, swoon and suffer…

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

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

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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 Artist” itself is more interested in celebrating the range and power of a medium that can sparkle, swoon and suffer…

Chaplin’s Granddaughters Host Screening of  The Artist

Chaplin’s Granddaughters Host Screening of The Artist

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Carmen and Dolores Chaplin, Granddaughter’s of Charlie Chaplin, to host a special screening of The Artist LOS ANGELES, NOVEMBER 18, 2011 – The Weinstein Company celebrates the critically-acclaimed new feature film, THE ARTIST, with a special screening hosted by Carmen and Dolores Chaplin, international actresses and the granddaughters of Hollywood icon, Charlie Chaplin, days before its November 25th theatrical release. Together, they join writer/director Michel Hazanavicius and cast members, who…

Chaplin's Granddaughters Host Screening of  The Artist

Chaplin's Granddaughters Host Screening of The Artist

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Carmen and Dolores Chaplin, Granddaughter’s of Charlie Chaplin, to host a special screening of The Artist LOS ANGELES, NOVEMBER 18, 2011 – The Weinstein Company celebrates the critically-acclaimed new feature film, THE ARTIST, with a special screening hosted by Carmen and Dolores Chaplin, international actresses and the granddaughters of Hollywood icon, Charlie Chaplin, days before its November 25th theatrical release. Together, they join writer/director Michel Hazanavicius and cast members, who…

Cannes review, The Artist: Love and a Bit with a Dog

Cannes review, The Artist: Love and a Bit with a Dog

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There really aren‚Äôt adequate words to describe the way one feels after watching Michel Hazanavicius‚Äô The Artist. Appropriately enough, words fail. When The King‚Äôs Speech‚Äôs ad campaign led with ‚Äúsome movies you feel‚Äù I wanted to cringe. But here I am faced with a film that really does deserve the slogan because you DO feel it. You feel it from the top of your head all the way down to…