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  • Why Godard's 'Goodbye to Language' Demands a Wider 3D Release

    Jean-Luc Godard has never been one to shy away from a paradox. He might well appreciate the irony that his form-busting use of 3D in "Goodbye to Language" -- the very element that has made this by far his most passionately embraced work in years -- is precisely what could keep the film from reaching the wider audience it deserves. There are two equally stubborn realities at work here: (1) Relatively few arthouse exhibitors are equipped to screen movies in the stereoscopic format, and (2) "Goodbye to Language," an intoxicating swirl of deep-focus imagery and eye-popping, mind-bending visual layers, would lose much of its potency if stripped of that format. This is a movie that demands to be seen in 3D or not at all.
  • James Cameron Calls on Bolder Use of 3D by All Filmmakers

    James Cameron called on his fellow filmmakers to be bolder in their use of format on day two of the international 3D Creative Summit in London. The "Avatar" director was the two-day event's biggest draw taking part via an exclusive pre-recorded...

    Berlin Film Review: 'Cathedrals of Culture'

    Wim Wenders was bitten by the 3D bug when making 2011 dance docu "Pina," and now, with "Cathedrals of Culture," he expands the possibilities of the format still further. Giving all new meaning to the expression "if these walls could talk," this conceptual...

    German Film Funder Medienboard Celebrates Decade of Backing Festival Favorites

    There are few major film festivals that don't feature pics backed by Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg in their lineups, and Cannes is no exception. This year, the German film funding and media biz development org celebrates its 10th anniversary under the...

    Cannes Q&A: Director Alice Rohrwacher Explains Mix of Languages 'Le Meraviglie'

    Italian director Alice Rohrwacher at 32 is the youngest Italian to vie for a Palme d'Or in recent memory, with her "Le Meraviglie," which screened Saturday, only her second work. Her debut "Corpo celeste" was in Directors' Fortnight in 2011. How do you...