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  • Review: 'The Strange Color of Your Body's Tears' ★★

    Review: 'The Strange Color of Your Body's Tears' ★★
    Writers-directors Helene Cattet and Bruno Forzani first garnered attention in 2010 with "Amer," a film that paid homage to giallo, the Italian horror of the 1960s and '70s. They revisit the subgenre with "The Strange Color of Your Body's Tears," and though this work seems fairly textbook for that school of filmmaking, for the uninitiated it's a whodunit head-scratcher. Congratulations to anyone who on first viewing can figure out who, in fact, did it.
  • How Sony Pictures Classics Survived the Indie Film Biz

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - One key advantage of running a film company together is that it's possible to be two places at once. That came in handy on a recent night at the Toronto International Film Festival when Michael Barker and Tom Bernard, the co-...

    Stars' Use of Social Media Embroils Them in Palestinian-Israeli Conflict

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - It was a summer of war here in the Middle East, with missiles flying over Tel Aviv and F-16 bombs leveling apartment blocks in Shujaiya and Gaza City. But far from the bomb shelters of Israel and the blown-out buildings of...

    Caetano Veloso's songs of freedom

    Caetano Veloso's songs of freedom
    Imagine a musician who is as iconic as the Beatles, as enduring as the Rolling Stones and as political as Bob Dylan. In Brazil, that's Caetano Veloso, the 72-year-old singer-songwriter, one-time political dissident and famously confrontational...

    Toronto Film Review: 'The New Girlfriend'

    An air of Hitchcockian menace and free-floating sexual perversity is by now nothing new for Francois Ozon, but rarely has this French master analyzed the cracks in his characters' bourgeois facades to such smooth and pleasurable effect as he does in...