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  • 'Cosi Fan Tutte,' directed by Michael Haneke, to debut Oscars eve

    The last week in February is always a hectic time of year for Academy Award nominees. But for Michael Haneke, the Austrian director up for multiple Oscars on Sunday for "Amour," the next several days are shaping up to be a perfect storm of red-carpet appearances.
  • Oscars 2013: Michael Haneke sends regrets to Madrid opera audience

    "Amour" director Michael Haneke chose to come to Los Angeles for the Academy Awards this weekend rather than attend the premiere of his new production of Mozart's "Cosi Fan Tutte" in Madrid. He chose wisely: "Amour" won the prize for foreign-language film...

    'Dead Man Down' review: As well-constructed as its title

    'Dead Man Down' review: As well-constructed as its title
    * (out of four) Following "Stoker" and last year's "Bernie," "Dead Man Down" marks the second time in two weeks and the third time in 10 months that a movie has featured a dead body in a freezer. Criminals need new storage ideas. Perhaps they'd enjoy a...

    'Amour' review: Bien or tres bien?

    'Amour' review: Bien or tres bien?
    *** (out of four) Theoretically all movies are subjective, but I suspect feelings about Cannes' top prizewinner “Amour” will be a particular matter of taste. No doubt, it's an intimate tale of devotion from Michael Haneke (“Funny...

    Film review: 'Amour' is wonderfully complicated

    Film review: 'Amour' is wonderfully complicated
    Having already won the Palme d'Or at Cannes and several of the most important critics' awards, Michael Haneke's “Amour” has scored an unexpected five Oscar nominations. It's unusual for the usually ghettoized European art films to score...