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  • Berlin Film Festival: Top award goes to Italian prison documentary

     
    The Berlin International Film Festival handed out its awards on Saturday, awarding the top prize, the Golden Bear, to "Caesar Must Die" (“Cesare Deve Morire”) from octegenarian filmmaking brothers Paolo and Vittorio Taviani....
  • Los Angeles Magazine nominated for two National Magazine Awards

     
    The National Magazine Award nominees were announced Tuesday. The awards will be presented May 3 in New York....
  • Cannes 2012: Cronenberg, Daniels give lineup a North American spin

     
    The Cannes Film Festival's lineup was announced in Paris, with Kristen Stewart's "On the Road," Robert Pattinson's and David Cronenberg's "Cosmopolis" and Brad Pitt's "Killing Me Softly" in the lineup....
  • Shia LaBeouf sent sex tapes to Lars von Trier for 'Nymphomaniac' role

     
    But was the "Lawless" actor only joking with Chelsea Handler? It's hard to tell based on the 26-year-old's deadpan delivery....
  • Culture Watch: 'Selma Jezkova' by way of Bjork

     
    Mark Swed reviews the new DVD of Danish composer Poul Ruders' lastest dark opera, Selma Jezkov√°, which is based on Lars von Trier's film "Dancer in the Dark."...
  • Kanye West finds his inner Hitler

     
    Kanye West's Hitler comments: Know who really, really gets Adolf Hitler? Kanye West. Because when you think of brown-shirted white supremacists goose-stepping in time to a Wagner opera, you totally think Kanye West. Not true, you say? Too bad. Kanye...
  • In rotation: Jens Lekman's 'An Argument With Myself'

     
    A series in Sunday Calendar about what Times writers & contributors are listening to right now... As even a cursory sweep through Jens Lekman's material proves, the Swedish pop raconteur often talks to himself, so it was only a matter......
  • Susan Sarandon calls pope a Nazi (not surprisingly, folks notice)

     
    Susan Sarandon called Pope Benedict XVI a Nazi at the Hamptons International Film Festival over the weekend. The ADL is asking Susan Sarandon to say she's sorry, while the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights has decided not to bother to ask for...
  • 'Melancholia' -- Kirsten Dunst ponders the end of the world [video]

     
    In Lars von Trier’s upcoming apocalyptic meditation “Melancholia,” Kirsten Dunst plays Justine, a young bride grappling with an overwhelming depression that seems linked to the appearance of a mysterious planet -- one that just might...
  • Eddie Murphy's Oscar host replacement ideas aplenty on Twitter

     
    After Eddie Murphy stepped down from hosting the 2012 Oscars, Twitter users have suggested replacements including Neil Patrick Harris, Billy Crystal and Tina Fey....
  • It's frankly Scandinavian

    It's frankly Scandinavian
    In his 1979 film, "Manhattan," Woody Allen, ever the sarcastic pessimist, wonders why life is worth living. He comes up with Brando, Sinatra, Groucho, the second movement of Mozart's "Jupiter" Symphony and Cézanne's pears among the few things that make it...