RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Headhunters (movie)

A collection of news and information related to Headhunters (movie) published by this site and its partners.

Top Headhunters (movie) Articles see all

Displaying items 1-5
  • 'Imitation Game' director Morten Tyldum on doing justice to Alan Turing

     'Imitation Game' director Morten Tyldum on doing justice to Alan Turing
    Considering how the subject of "The Imitation Game," British scientist Alan Turing, was the creator of the proto-computer, it's only fitting that Norwegian director Morten Tyldum is using one of the most ubiquitous fruits of that revolution, a cellphone, to talk to the media about his lauded film: "If it sounds bad, it's because I'm grocery shopping with my wife."
  • Cooperation and creative versatility distinguish winning directors

    Cooperation and creative versatility distinguish winning directors
    A number of recent movies — including some of this year's top awards contenders — revive a decades-old debate about the type of director who shapes the most memorable films. In his famed 1962 essay, "Notes on the Auteur Theory," Andrew...

    'Imitation Game' is Benedict Cumberbatch at his best

    If you care about involving cinema, the career of actor Benedict Cumberbatch, or both, a holiday visit to the smartly entertaining "The Imitation Game" and its look at the life of Alan Turing is inevitable. Turing was a brilliant man whose top-secret work...

    'Imitation Game's' outsiders plot lured Morten Tyldum

    'Imitation Game's' outsiders plot lured Morten Tyldum
    "The Imitation Game" could appear at first glance to be the product of some algorithm designed for maximum impact as a year-end prestige picture. For starters, it's a biopic about British mathematician Alan Turing, who was instrumental in cracking...

    Telluride Film Review: 'The Imitation Game'

    Nothing is too heavily encrypted in "The Imitation Game,", rendered in such unerringly tasteful, "Masterpiece Theatre"-ish fashion that every one of Turing's professional triumphs and personal tragedies arrives right on schedule and with nary a hair out...