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  • 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...
  • 'The Past' is very much present for Asghar Farhadi, Berenice Bejo

    The hustle and bustle of the annual awards circuit can have unintended results, such as creating unlikely introductions. "The Past," which opens Friday in Los Angeles, brings together Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi and French Argentine actress...
  • Film Reviews: Opening This Week (Dec. 16-20, 2013)

    Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (Paramount) Making a sequel to a cherished cultural totem is no easy business, but director Adam McKay and his muse Will Ferrell keep things very classy in "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues," a modestly less quotable but...
  • '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...
  • 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....
  • AFM: Berenice Bejo's 'The Search' Finds U.S. Home

    Worldview Entertainment has closed a deal for the North American distribution rights for Michel Hazanavicius's drama, "The Search," starring Berenice Bejo and Annette Bening. "The Serach" is currently filming in the country of Georgia before moving to...
  • 'Beyond the Edge' Takes New Zealand Film to the Peak

    "Beyond the Edge" was a special project for New Zealand in many ways. The story of the conquest of Mount Everest by New Zealand's most famous man required specially developed technology to re-create events of 60 years ago, a high degree of support by...
  • Asghar Farhadi's 'The Past' Selected for Foreign-Language Oscar

    Iran has submitted "The Past," by "A Separation" director Asghar Farhadi, as its candidate for the foreign-language film Academy Award race. The choice, which comes amid the rapprochement under way between Iran and the U.S., is being opposed by Iranian...
  • 'The Past,' 'Wadjda' lead foreign-language Oscar submissions

    'The Past,' 'Wadjda' lead foreign-language Oscar submissions
    The academy's deadline for foreign-language film submissions is Tuesday, Oct. 1, and though this is a category that has often stymied common sense and gone against the critical consensus, it's safe to say that Sony Pictures Classics has an excellent...
  • Ed Lauter, Character Actor in 'Leaving Las Vegas,' 'Trouble With the Curve,' Dies at 74

    Ed Lauter, a gritty but taciturn character actor whose massive list of film and TV credits include "Leaving Las Vegas," "The Artist" and "Trouble With the Curve," died at his home in West Hollywood of mesothelioma on Wednesday. He was 74. The squinty-...