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  • 'Inside Llewyn Davis' wins National Society of Film Critics honors

    'Inside Llewyn Davis' wins National Society of Film Critics honors
    "Inside Llewyn Davis," Joel and Ethan Coen's study of a struggling New York folk singer in 1961, was the big winner Saturday at the National Society of Film Critics. The film received four awards, including best film, actor for Oscar Isaac, director for...
  • National Society of Film Critics Offers a More Civil Awards-Season Alternative

    No one came to blows, suffered a heart attack or stormed out of the room: In other words, it was an unusually mellow year at the National Society of Film Critics' annual voting meeting, where the Coen brothers' "Inside Llewyn Davis" rebounded from its WGA...
  • 3View: A Three-Way Take on 'Nymphomaniac'

    With films like "Dancer in the Dark," "Dogville" and "Antichrist," Danish provocateur Lars von Trier has long established himself as one of our most divisive filmmakers. Consider our surprise, then, when his latest picture, the sure-to-be-controversial...
  • Stellan Skarsgard To Exec Produce English-Language Post-WWII Drama

    Swedish star Stellan Skarsgard ("Nymphomaniac") is set to exec produce an English-language feature film adaptation of late journo Stig Dagerman's "German Autumn" (Tysk Host). "Autumn" comprises a series of articles Dagerman penned while in Germany in the...
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  • Composer Richard Wagner's 200th birthday will be marked worldwide

    Composer Richard Wagner's 200th birthday will be marked worldwide
    Richard Wagner -- the 19th century composer whose epic operas are considered to be among the greatest ever written and whose anti-Semitic views still cause controversy -- was born 200 years ago Wednesday in Leipzig, Germany. The composer's...
  • 'Tannhauser' production booed for using Nazi imagery

    'Tannhauser' production booed for using Nazi imagery
    A new production of Richard Wagner's opera "Tannhauser" in Germany was reportedly booed by members of the audience who were apparently upset over the use of Nazi imagery in the staging. The opera opened Saturday at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in...
  • 'Django Unchained' pays homage to Wagner's 'Siegfried'

    'Django Unchained' pays homage to Wagner's 'Siegfried'
    When Los Angeles Opera presented its new production of Richard Wagner's "Siegfried" a few years ago at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, the packed house included the usual assortment of donors and local opera buffs. Nestled somewhere in the orchestra...
  • Fests can start the buzz and carry it through

    Fests can start the buzz and carry it through
    Mark Roybal, president of production at Indian Paintbrush, still remembers the rush he got from viewing "Little Miss Sunshine" at its 2006 Sundance Film Festival screening. "It was one of the most unbelievable experiences I've ever had," he says. "I went...
  • The Contenders: Kirsten Dunst of 'Melancholia'

    The Contenders: Kirsten Dunst of 'Melancholia'
    As Justine, the complicated young bride at the center of Lars von Trier's apocalyptic meditation on depression, "Melancholia," Kirsten Dunst is called upon to convey great depths of anguish with very little dialogue. But Dunst, 29, delivers such a...
  • Cannes: Festival favorite enjoys L.A. ties

    Cannes: Festival favorite enjoys L.A. ties
    — Writer-director Terrence Malick wasn't there to accept it, but "The Tree of Life," his ambitious and long-anticipated examination of what it all means, won the Cannes Film Festival's Palme d'Or on Sunday night. "He remains infamously and...