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  • Playing illness or frailty: Does it make award chances stronger?

    For many actors, Academy Award-nominated performances are to die for. Or, rather, if you play a character who dies — or who's dealing with illness or disability — your chances of earning a nomination and even the win go up significantly....
  • Oscars 2014: Italy's 'The Great Beauty' wins foreign language film

    Oscars 2014: Italy's 'The Great Beauty' wins foreign language film
    Italy‘s “The Great Beauty”  won the Oscar for foreign Language film Sunday night. Directed by Paolo Sorrentino, “The Great Beauty” follows a writer, Jep Gambardella (Toni Servillo), who finds himself at an emotional...
  • Outlaws on the run in the propulsive 'Ain't Them Bodies Saints'

    Outlaws on the run in the propulsive 'Ain't Them Bodies Saints'
    "Ain't Them Bodies Saints" Available on VOD beginning Aug. 23 Writer-director David Lowery's film is like a mash-up of the best of '70s American cinema, a story of outlaws on the run that recalls both the lushness of Terence Malick's work and the...
  • Academy Award winner part of free French film series on campus

    The annual French film series presented by McDaniel College and the college's foreign languages department continues Thursday, Sept. 19, with "Amour." A discussion led by Diane Martin, academic director of McDaniel's master's degree program in...
  • Annie Baker, Rajiv Joseph win drama award from Steinberg Trust

    Annie Baker, Rajiv Joseph win drama award from Steinberg Trust
    Annie Baker and Rajiv Joseph have been named the winners of the 6th Annual Steinberg Playwright Award, an annual theater honor organized by the Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust. The awards, which will be handed out at a ceremony in New York on...
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  • 'Blue Is the Warmest Color' raises passion, emotion off-screen too

     'Blue Is the Warmest Color' raises passion, emotion off-screen too
    Passion. Triumph. Heartbreak. Betrayal. Renewal. This describes not only the story told in "Blue Is the Warmest Color" but also in many ways the tempestuous, topsy-turvy saga the French film's director and two lead actresses have themselves faced since...
  • 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...
  • The Actor's Craft: Michael Caine's never-ending test

    The Actor's Craft: Michael Caine's never-ending test
    Legendary two-time Oscar-winning actor Michael Caine enters into "Amour" territory in his new film, "Last Love," which opens Friday in Los Angeles. The 80-year-old Caine plays Matthew Morgan, a lonely American widower living in the Paris apartment he...
  • 'Amour'

    The latest Oscar winner for best foreign language film, director Michael Haneke's deeply moving drama is a superb showcase for two veteran talents, Emmanuelle Riva and Jean-Louis Trintignant. They play a couple whose love faces major challenges when the...
  • Analysis: Producers Guild Awards provide added clarity to Oscar race

    We've known since September  that "12 Years a Slave," "Gravity" and "Captain Phillips" would be prime players in this year's best picture Oscar race. And when David O. Russell's fizzy con artist story "American Hustle" scored with critics and film academy...