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  • 'Cymbeline' in the Instagram age; an intriguing idea that misses

    Surreal and au courant to a fault, "Cymbeline," starring Ethan Hawke, Ed Harris, Milla Jovovich, Dakota Johnson and Penn Badgley, is a mash-up of social media shortcomings and Shakespearean tragedy that becomes as much a tale of cinematic ambition gone...
  • Focus lands women's-rights drama 'Suffragette,' with Mulligan, Streep

    Focus lands women's-rights drama 'Suffragette,' with Mulligan, Streep
    Focus Features is casting its ballot for "Suffragette." Universal Pictures' specialty-film imprint has acquired North American distribution rights from Pathé for the British drama about women fighting for the right to vote in the early 20th century, the...
  • 'Pixels' trailer: Adam Sandler vs. 8-bit alien invaders

    What if space invaders landed one day and looked like, well, "Space Invaders"? Such is the scenario in the first trailer for the Adam Sandler action-comedy "Pixels." Set for release July 24 from Sony Pictures and inspired by a short film by Patrick...
  • South by Southwest film festival is serious about raunchy comedies

    South by Southwest film festival is serious about raunchy comedies
    The formalities of the prestige festival circuit do not apply at the South by Southwest Film Conference and Festival — a tuxedo or gown would likely end up stained with barbecue sauce or splashed with beer. Rather, the event better known as SXSW...
  • SXSW 2015: These six films could grab attention

    SXSW 2015: These six films could grab attention
    Here are some of the films likely to get attention at this year's South by Southwest movie festival: 'Brand: A Second Coming' Since his last film, "Arthur," bombed at the box office and he divorced pop star Katy Perry, Russell Brand has largely been...
  • Florida travel calendar for March

    Florida travel calendar for March
    Check out festivals and events in March across the state. This list is organized by region. Central Florida (including Orlando, Kissimmee, Daytona Beach, Sanford, the Space Coast, Lakeland/Polk and Lake County) Feb. 7- April 18: Universal Studios...
  • Production designer Ken Adam looks back at 'Goldfinger,' other films

    Production designer Ken Adam looks back at 'Goldfinger,' other films
    Legendary production designer Ken Adam has a complex personal connection to this city. He was born here in 1921 as Klaus Hugo Adam and grew up in a prosperous Jewish family. The family fled the Nazis in 1934 and settled in London, where Adam studied...
  • Wim Wenders keeps looking for new canvases

    Wim Wenders keeps looking for new canvases
    NEW YORK — Wim Wenders is standing in front of an Edward Hopper painting at the Museum of Modern Art when a quizzical look comes over his face. He turns to a museum employee who has been escorting him and says, "Is the Balthus out?" "I don't think...
  • Review: 'She's Beautiful When She's Angry'

    Review: 'She's Beautiful When She's Angry'
    Those who bristle at the term "feminist," which inexplicably has fallen out of fashion among many young adults, might find a vibrant new documentary enlightening and inspiring. "She's Beautiful When She's Angry," director Mary Dore's incisive portrait...
  • Review: 'The Duke of Burgundy'

    Review: 'The Duke of Burgundy'
    As he demonstrated in "Berberian Sound Studio," Peter Strickland is a talented sculptor of cinematic mood and a serious fan of vintage European exploitation flicks. "The Duke of Burgundy," his Sapphic tale of domination and submission, is nothing if not a...
  • An even more enchanting 'Tales of Hoffmann' after restoration

    Martin Scorsese said it was a big influence on his films "Taxi Driver" and "Raging Bull." George Romero, director of the seminal zombie thriller "Night of the Living Dead," said it was the reason he became a filmmaker. The "it" in question is Michael...