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Cate Blanchett will enter this year’s Oscar race with another lead performance in James Vanderbilt’s Truth, about Mary Mapes, an award-winning news journalist who broke the Abu-Ghraib prison story. It was the same moment in history when Mapes and Dan ...

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“You do the work. That’s all that matters. The rest is someone else’s business,” — Robert Redford accepting his Riviera award at the Santa Barbara Film Fest. It’s easy to forget that there is value beyond the awards race. I ...

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Robert Redford will be feted at the Santa Barbara Film Fest on February 7 with the American Riviera Award.   Redford delivered one of the best performances of the year in All is Lost, JC Chandor’s meditation on human existence. ...
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2013 is one of those years when the Oscar category for Best Actor could double from five to ten without breaking a sweat. This isn’t strictly true for any of the other categories, although Foreign Language, Documentary Feature and Animated ...
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JC Chandor’s Oscar-nominated screenplay, Margin Call, took him ten years to write. It is a deliberate, careful study of what it takes for a man to survive on Wall Street. He’s applied the same deceptively simple writing and directing to ...

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New York Magazine’s David Edelstein writes: In his late seventies, Robert Redford has never held the camera as magnificently as he does in the survival-at-sea thriller All Is Lost, and it’s not just because he’s the only person in the movie. It’s ...
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Maureen Dowd has taken some time off from beating down what’s left of the Obama administration to give some ink to the great Robert Redford. Would that Dowd would write this kind of stuff more often, at least until Obama ...

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In competitive years for Best Actor surprising results have often emerged. When Jack Nicholson for About Schmidt was up against Daniel Day Lewis for Gangs of New York, Michael Caine for the Quiet American and Nicolas Cage for Adaptation, Adrien ...

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JC Chandor and Robert Redford’s collaboration for this film is something to behold. While it seems like Hollywood is falling apart, and that TV is the new movie, there are still pockets of hopeful inspiration here and there.  All is ...

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Working from a script by Lem Dobbs, Robert Redford directs and stars in The Company You Keep as Jim Grant, a former member of the Weather Underground who has been hiding out under an assumed identity ever since members of ...

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Robert Redford directs and stars in “a thriller centered on a former Weather Underground activist who goes on the run from a journalist who has discovered his identity.” Fantastic cast includes Shia LaBeouf, Julie Christie, Sam Elliott, Jackie Evancho, Brendan ...

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The Conspirator leaps to the top of the pile with several good notices coming out of Toronto. This is the Toronto experience most filmmakers hope will happen: low on the buzz meter going in, a happy surprise going out. While ...

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The LA Times’ Patrick Goldstein goes digging into the Conspirator – and why all of the lack of excitement and/or buzz around the film. His solution? Tie it in with 9/11: It is definitely a sign of the times that ...

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USA Today featured a piece on Robert Redford’s upcoming The Conspirator (pics then posted to ROS). Anthony Breznican’s piece says the film “follows the race to hunt down the small band of Confederate sympathizers who helped plot the attack.” “There ...

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