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  • Film Review: 'Fury'

    Some feats are unforgettable: We remember the Alamo, along with the 300 Spartans who died at Thermopylae. But a five-man American tank crew (actually, four men and a baby, to be more accurate) overwhelmed by a platoon of German soldiers? Not only did the standoff depicted in "Fury" never happen, but it will likely be long gone from moviegoers' memories six months from now, after Sony's marketing blows over and people go back to watching "Inglourious Basterds" -- the other, better pulp World War II movie featuring Brad Pitt as a heavily scarred, slow-drawling Nazi hunter. With a disappointing domestic reception ahead, David Ayer's first big-studio foray as director will rely on a strong showing overseas, where its fantasy of American exceptionalism will seem all the more egregious.
  • The Match Factory Rolls Out 'Phoenix' Worldwide (EXCLUSIVE)

    SAN SEBASTIAN - The Match Factory has rolled out sales over most of the world on Christian Petzold's "Phoenix," which played Monday in main competition at San Sebastian. It was one the most early awaited titles to segue to the Spanish fest after its world...

    San Sebastian Unveils Seven International Titles in Competition

    The San Sebastian Film Festival, the most prestigious film event in the Spanish-speaking world, unveiled Thursday the first seven international titles that will vie for a Golden Shell in competition. They are Francois Ozon's "The New Girlfriend," Bille...

    Toronto: Does the 'Berlin School' of Filmmakers Really Exist?

    One of the most keenly anticipated German films to world premiere at the Toronto Film Festival is Christian Petzold's "Phoenix," which plays in the Special Presentations section. Petzold, who won the director prize at Berlin with his last film "Barbara,"...

    Film Review: 'Fair Play'

    In Czechoslovakia circa 1983, a state under the grip of a seemingly all-powerful communist regime, a talented young sprinter risks her career by resisting the "special care" program designed to boost her competition times in the solid, well-acted drama...