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  • '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...
  • Cannes 2014: Jane Campion named president of festival jury

    Australian filmmaker and former Palme d'Or winner Jane Campion has been named president of the 2014 Cannes Film Festival competition jury. Campion will lead a group that has the task of handing out the Palme and other top prizes to the approximately...
  • Analysis: Directors Guild nominees likely to repeat with academy

    Analysis: Directors Guild nominees likely to repeat with academy
    When the Directors Guild of America announced its nominees last year, Oscar balloting had already closed and the DGA's slate — Ben Affleck, Kathryn Bigelow, Steven Spielberg, Ang Lee and Tom Hooper — was widely expected to repeat when the...
  • 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...
  • Telluride Film Festival lineup includes 'Gravity,' 'Labor Day'

    Telluride Film Festival lineup includes 'Gravity,' 'Labor Day'
    A man adrift at sea. A woman adrift in space. And a young girl all by herself in the desert. If there's a theme at this weekend's Telluride Film Festival, it's that solo travel may have its benefits but also carries more than a few risks. Colorado's...
  • 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...
  • Today's seniors enjoying a new Golden Age of Hollywood

    Today's seniors enjoying a new Golden Age of Hollywood
    Many of today's seniors had the good fortune of growing up in the Golden Age of Hollywood, when anyone could pay a nickel or a dime to see their matinee idols shoot 'em up in a Western, dance on air in a musical, solve a mystery or fall in love. After...
  • Stars pick the directors they want to watch

    Stars pick the directors they want to watch
    Let's say there's a row of beautiful movie theaters, and the marquee of each one reads, "New film by (name of filmmaker here)." And let's say there's no other information about the film itself. Which one would you choose? We offered this dilemma to some...
  • Alice, painfully through the looking glass

    Alice, painfully through the looking glass
    At one point in "Still Alice," the new show at the Lookingglass Theatre based on the novel by Lisa Genova about the emotionally devastating subject of early-onset Alzheimer's disease, a mother does not recognize her own daughter. It's not that unusual...
  • Stevie Wonder plays Baltimore-made instrument harpejji during 'Dancing with the Stars' appearance

    A little extra bit of Baltimore made its way onto "Dancing with the Stars" last night, thanks to Stevie Wonder. When the Motown recording legend appeared onstage to play a beautiful, pared-down version of his 1969 hit "My Cherie Amour," he accompanied...
  • Review: 'Kon-Tiki' a tale retold of determined seafarers

     Review: 'Kon-Tiki' a tale retold of determined seafarers
    "Kon-Tiki" is a ripping yarn torn from yesterday's headlines. Though somewhat forgotten now, the 1947 story of six men, an oceangoing raft and a wild and crazy theory was a media sensation that gripped the world's imagination — and launched a...