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  • Venice: Cinedea Acquires Italian Rights to Dakota Johnson-Ethan Hawke's 'Cymbeline'

    Cinedea, a distributor-producer-talent agency, has acquired Italian rights to Michael Almereyda's romantic adventure "Cymbeline," starring Dakota Johnson, Ethan Hawke, Penn Badgley, Ed Harris, Milla Jovovich and Anton Yelchin. Repped by International...
  • Venice: Ez, Nukleus and Pan Join Forces to Produce 'Stage Fright'

    France's Ez Films and Croatia's Nukleus Film has joined Athens-based producer Pan Entertainment to produce "Stage Fright," from tyro Greek director Yorgos Zois. Zois' latest short, "Out of Frame," was nominated for a European Film Academy award in 2012...
  • Venice Film Review: 'Far From Men'

    which stars Viggo Mortensen as a colonial schoolteacher tasked with transporting an Arab farmer accused of killing his cousin to trial. While the film isn't as tense as "3:10 to Yuma," nor energetic enough to overcome its niche status, writer-director...
  • Golden Globes nominations: Emma Thompson, Julie Delpy in on the act

    An untethered astronaut, a sexy hustler, a rich woman stripped of possessions and the persnickety creator of Mary Poppins are among the roles in which their creators earned nominations in the Golden Globes lead actress categories in drama and musical or...
  • Critics' Choice Awards: '12 Years a Slave' wins for best film

    It's been a good week for "12 Years a Slave," Steve McQueen's unflinching portrait of slavery in the U.S. The historical drama won the Golden Globe on Sunday for dramatic film and earned nine Oscar nominations Thursday morning. And at the Critics'...
  • 'Her,' 'Captain Phillips' win top Writers Guild film awards

    'Her,' 'Captain Phillips' win top Writers Guild film awards
    The Writers Guild of America honored Spike Jonze for his future-set love story "Her" with its award for original screenplay and Billy Ray for "Captain Phillips," the true story of a hijacking at sea, for adapted screenplay on Saturday night. The awards...
  • Oscar nominations 2014: Screenwriters put character first

    Oscar nominations 2014: Screenwriters put character first
    The 10 films nominated for this year's Academy Awards for original screenplay and adapted screenplay tell diverse and distinctive stories: those of a couple squabbling on a Greek vacation, an Irish mother searching for the child she was forced to give up,...
  • 'Fruitvale Station' arrives, and thoughts turn to Oscar

    You may have missed it for the racket produced by the majority of movies currently going boom-boom — or, in the case of "The Lone Ranger," bust-bust — at the multiplex. But with the arrival of Sundance Film Festival sensation "Fruitvale...
  • Complete list of winners for the 19th Critics' Choice Movie Awards

    Complete list of winners for the 19th Critics' Choice Movie Awards
    Steve McQueen's historical drama "12 Years a Slave" earned best picture, and the film's newcomer, Lupita Nyong'o, snagged supporting actress. Meanwhile, David O. Russell's con-artist comedy "American Hustle" picked up several wins, including ensemble,...
  • At the Gotham Awards, non-folksy tributes, then a folkie win

    At the Gotham Awards, non-folksy tributes, then a folkie win
    NEW YORK -- At the start of Monday night's IFP Gotham Independent Awards, host Nick Kroll made an inside "Inside Llewyn Davis" joke.  "A common theme in this year's movies," the comedian said, "are the horrors we inflict upon one another -- slavery, war,...
  • 'Inside Llewyn Davis' wins National Society of Film Critics honors

    'Inside Llewyn Davis' wins National Society of Film Critics honors
    "Inside Llewyn Davis," Joel and Ethan Coen's study of a struggling New York folk singer in 1961, was the big winner Saturday at the National Society of Film Critics. The film received four awards, including best film, actor for Oscar Isaac, director for...