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  • Annette Bening cast in 'King Lear' in New York's Central Park

    Annette Bening cast in 'King Lear' in New York's Central Park
    Having recently completed one stage production in Los Angeles, Annette Bening has already set her next theatrical outing: a role in Shakespeare's "King Lear" that New York's Public Theater will produce this summer in Central Park. Bening will play the...
  • Cannes Prospects: 'Foxcatcher,' Inarritu's 'Birdman' Likely Headed to the Croisette

    A belated festival premiere for Bennett Miller's "Foxcatcher" and a powerhouse showing for British filmmakers including Mike Leigh and Ken Loach -- plus appearances by other usual suspects such as David Cronenberg, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Nuri...
  • Gallienne's 'Mum' and Lelouch's 'Bastard' Among French Pic Premieres at Colcoa Fest

    Angelenos will have a chance to discover Guillaume Gallienne's "Me, Myself and Mum" -- the film that beat "Blue Is the Warmest Color" to win the French industry's top prize, the Cesar -- and 40 other Gallic pics at this year's City of Lights, City of...
  • Melanie Laurent, Audrey Tautou, Berenice Bejo Set for Tran Anh Hung's 'Eternity'

    PARIS - Melanie Laurent ("Inglourious Basterds"), Berenice Bejo ("The Artist") and Audrey Tautou ("The Da Vinci Code") will star in "Eternity," the next film by Venice Golden Lion winner Tran Anh Hung ("Cyclo"). Pathe Intl. is handling international...
  • Berenice Bejo Joins Cast Of Safy Nebbou's 'After The Storm'

    PARIS- Safy Nebbou is set to direct Berenice Bejo ("The Past"), Laurent Lafitte ("On The Other Side Of The Tracks"), Gregory Gadebois ("The Returned") and Sergio Castellitto ("The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian") in the Italy-set psychological...
  • Cesar Film Awards Spread The Wealth Wide With Adele Exarchopoulos, Guillaume Gallienne Among The Winners

    PARIS- The 39th Cesar film awards spread the wealth wide, reflecting the breadth and diversity of Gaul's film production landscape. Scarlett Johansson was on hand to pick up a honorary award from the hands of Quentin Tarantino, whom she thanked for...
  • Marion Cotillard Talks 'The Immigrant,' 'Lady Macbeth,' Scorsese and the Dardennes Brothers

    MARRAKECH, Morocco- On top of being part of Martin Scorsese' Jury at Marrakech Film Festival, Marion Cotillard -- whose latest film, James Gray's "The Immigrant," played at the Morocco-based fest -- cheerfully participated in roundtables with journalists....
  • 'Blue Is The Warmest Color' Wins Gaul's Louis Delluc Award

    Abdellatif Kechiche's romance drama "Blue Is The Warmest Color" ("La vie d'Adele") won the Louis Delluc prize, a prestigious French film award voted on by 14 top critics. "Blue" beat out such strong contenders as Albert Dupontel's dark comedy "Nine-Month...
  • Directors on Their Teams: Asghar Farhadi on 'The Past'

    After winning multiple awards (including the foreign-language Oscar) for the 2011 "A Separation," Iranian writer-director Asghar Farhadi made an abrupt change with "The Past," set in Paris and filmed in French. The circumstances of filming were totally...
  • Asghar Farhadi Finds the Universal Truths Revealed in Everyday Life

    "The Past," Asghar Farhadi's follow-up to his Oscar-winning "The Separation," is, on surface, cut from the same cloth as its predecessor, centering on a married couple with irreconcilable differences. But in the later film -- which scored a Golden...
  • 2013 foreign-language films that revealed new worlds to audiences

    2013 foreign-language films that revealed new worlds to audiences
    It's been many years since I interviewed the late producer Daniel Toscan du Plantier, then the president of Unifrance, the key promoter of French films overseas, but I always remember a comment he made. Toscan, as everyone called him, was talking about...