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  • 'My Life Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn' reveals little

    'My Life Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn' reveals little
    The documentary "My Life Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn" tracks the making of Danish filmmaker Refn's 2013 film "Only God Forgives" starring Ryan Gosling. From the six-month shoot in Bangkok to the premiere of "Only God Forgives" at the Cannes Film Festival, it's recounted here — as witnessed by Refn's wife, Liv Corfixen.
  • 2 years of classes helped Timothy Spall capture J.M.W. Turner's genius

    TORONTO It's not unusual for an actor to learn a new skill or how to mimic one in service of a role. Jennifer Lawrence took archery lessons for "The Hunger Games," Josh Brolin perfected peach pies for "Labor Day" and Chadwick Boseman mastered James Brown'...

    Oscar race is all about timing (except when it's not)

    Oscar race is all about timing (except when it's not)
    Timing is everything in the Oscar race. Except when it's not. This year's Academy Awards field has done more than most to upend traditional rhythms of Hollywood's awards season, a normally finely-tuned red-carpet ballet. "Not my tempo" — the...

    Don't play it safe on the red carpet, Brad Goreski begs

    Don't play it safe on the red carpet, Brad Goreski begs
    When E!'s revamped "Fashion Police" returned to the air last month after the death of Joan Rivers, one reason it worked was the smiling, bespectacled man sitting next to new host Kathy Griffin, fashion stylist Brad Goreski, who came aboard to take the...

    'Timbuktu' director Abderrahmane Sissako shines a light on extremism

     'Timbuktu' director Abderrahmane Sissako shines a light on extremism
    Filmmaker Abderrahmane Sissako admits he was naive to think he could shoot his award-winning drama "Timbuktu" in the ancient Mali city so soon after the French military had driven out Islamic extremists. "I first went to Timbuktu to prepare and work...