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  • Emmanuelle Riva will return to the stage in Marguerite Duras play

    Emmanuelle Riva will return to the stage in Marguerite Duras play
    Emmanuelle Riva, who received a best actress Oscar nomination earlier this year for her role as an ailing octogenarian in Michael Haneke's "Amour," is set to return to the stage for the first time in more than a decade in a new production of Marguerite...
  • 'Me, Myself and Mum,' 'Blue Is the Warmest Color' Top Noms For France's Cesar Awards

    PARIS -Abdellatif Kechiche's "Blue Is the Warmest Color" won the Cannes Palme d'Or. But the Wild Bunch-sold title has some serious competition at France's Cesar Awards - the country's equivalents of the Oscars. Announced Friday by France's Academy of...
  • David Trueba's 'Living Is Easy' Tops Spanish Goya Academy Awards

    David Trueba's dramedy "Living is Easy With Eyes Closed" swept Spain's 28th Goya Academy Awards Sunday, scooping best film, director, original screenplay, actor (Javier Camara) and breakthrough actress (Natalia de Molina). Ironically, another title...
  • Berlin: Other Angle Lines Up Three Titles, Expands Beyond France

    Aiming to broaden its scope beyond pure French fare, Olivier Albou's Paris-based Other Angle has acquired international sales to German helmer Jonathan Helpert's "House of Time," Francois Margolin's "The Art Dealer" and Stefano Consiglio's "L'Amore non...
  • Foreign Helmers Remix France's Unique Heritage Sites

    Over recent years France's heritage sites, many run by the French state, have woken up to the tremendous economic and promotional potential associated to hosting film, TV and advertising productions. "2005 was the beginning of a new era in terms of...
  • 'Seashore,' 'Baby' and 'Moon' Lensing in France in 2014

    Hunger Games-helmer Francis Lawrence will be trekking to Gaul to lens "Seashore" in 2014. Other high profile pics already greenlit by the revamped TRIP tax rebate scheme include NBC's mini-series "Rosemary's Baby" and Bill Mechanic-produced "The Moon and...
  • Oscar Picks: Variety Critics on What Should Win Best Picture

    PETER DEBRUGE: OK, gentlemen, time to guess who will win the Oscar for best picture. I say "guess" because the word "predict" seems entirely too confident when it comes to the Academy Awards. Despite all the ink and all the effort that people put into...
  • French Film Master Alain Resnais Dies

    Alain Resnais, a cinema pioneer and a leading light of the French New Wave, has died aged 91. One of the most critically-aclaimed French helmers of all times, Resnais directed such cult films as the Marguerite Duras-scripted "Hiroshima Mon Amour,"a...
  • Oscar's Next Challenge: Making Foreign-Language Voting Fair

    After dealing with the revoked nomination for song this week, the folks at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences are about to embark on another historic twist to the usual procedure, this time in the foreign language category. This experiment...
  • 'Hallelujah the Hills,' the funniest comedy you've never seen

    'Hallelujah the Hills,' the funniest comedy you've never seen
    The funniest comedy you've likely never seen, let alone heard of, comes to the Siskel Film Center this week for two screenings. "Hallelujah the Hills," from 1963, is so rare, you won't find it on DVD or any streaming site. Even I couldn't finagle a look...
  • '12 Years a Slave,' 'Fruitvale Station' Excluded From WGA Awards

    The Writers Guild of America has remained tough on qualifying scripts for its screenplay awards, excluding more than a dozen high-profile scripts, including John Ridley's screenplay for "12 Years a Slave." The guild's restrictions -- far more rigorous...