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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.
  • Weiwei kicks off Friday flicks

    Weiwei kicks off Friday flicks
    Alison Klayman was waiting in Ai Weiwei's Beijing office looking at his architectural proofs, posters and sculptures, when the man in question entered. "Immediately all the attention was focused on Weiwei," Klayman, 28, said of her Dec. 2008 encounter....

    Oscars: How to find 'A Separation,' other foreign-language films

     
    Where to find foreign-language films in the running for Oscar

    Oscars 2012: 'Pina' by Wim Wenders lands documentary nomination

     
    "Pina," the 3D dance documentary directed by Wim Wenders, has received an Academy Award nomination in the category of best documentary feature, it was announced Tuesday morning. The movie was also Germany's official submission for foreign film but...

    Before 'Pina': Memorable moments in dance on film [Video]

     
    The wonders of 3-D---and Pina Bausch’s innovations---get all the attention in Wim Wenders’ interviews. But if it’s true that most Academy members will see "Pina" on the 2-D discs provided them rather than at any 3-D screenings, then,...