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  • Telluride Film Festival dedicated to Roger Ebert

    Telluride Film Festival dedicated to Roger Ebert
    The Telluride Film Festival announced Thursday morning that this year's edition of the annual Colorado mountainside event will be dedicated, in part, to Roger Ebert. The celebrated movie critic and media personality was a long-time fixture at the festival...
  • Venice Film Festival: Mia Wasikowska, Adam Driver make 'Tracks'

    Venice Film Festival: Mia Wasikowska, Adam Driver make 'Tracks'
    In the new movie "Tracks," Mia Wasikowska plays Robyn Davidson, who in 1977 walked some 1,700 miles of the Australian desert over nine months accompanied by her dog and a few camels. She is joined at times along the way by National Geographic photographer...
  • 'Gravity,' '12 Years a Slave' build buzz heading into Toronto

    'Gravity,' '12 Years a Slave' build buzz heading into Toronto
    Telluride's over, and the Venice Film Festival is past its midpoint. Judging from reports, we can safely declare a couple of things: 1. You'd better learn how to spell and pronounce the name Chiwetel Ejiofor, the British actor who plays the free black...
  • Robert Pattinson to play photojournalist Dennis Stock in 'Life'

    Robert Pattinson to play photojournalist Dennis Stock in 'Life'
    Robert Pattinson is wasting no time getting as far away from "Twilight's" Edward Cullen as possible. On Thursday evening it was announced that the British actor will star opposite Dane DeHaan in "Life" for director Anton Corbjin ("The American,"...
  • A 'Tango' with Derek Jacobi is something not to be missed

    A 'Tango' with Derek Jacobi is something not to be missed
    I have written exactly one fan letter in my life and that was to Derek Jacobi. I wrote it, and God forgive me, sent it, sometime between my junior and senior year in high school. I blush to disclose that the correspondence also included a sonnet I had...
  • '12 Years a Slave' builds mojo at Toronto Film Festival

     '12 Years a Slave' builds mojo at Toronto Film Festival
    TORONTO — Standing ovations for movies playing at the Toronto International Film Festival are as ubiquitous as Benedict Cumberbatch and the food trucks lining the downtown entertainment district. Every film receiving a gala premiere brings the...
  • Super Bowl 2014: Five car commercials with movie connections

    Super Bowl 2014: Five car commercials with movie connections
    Come Super Bowl Sunday, this year's crop of movie commercials won't be the only ads with connections to the world of movies. At least five spots from car companies — traditionally big players in Super Bowl advertising — will feature...
  • 2013 a good year for films, a hard one for critics doing their 'best'

    Every December, 50-odd members of the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. meet and vote on a collective "best" of the movie year. Arguments are made, voices occasionally raised, but mostly there's a prevailing tedium to the day as members systematically move...
  • Smaller films making inroads with holiday movie audiences

    Over the holidays, most moviegoers have opted for big-budget, spectacle-heavy and family-friendly films at the box office. But while "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" and "Frozen" have been packing them in for weeks now, a few smaller, independent...
  • Analysis: WGA nominations build momentum for 'Dallas,' 'Jasmine,' 'Her'

    Analysis: WGA nominations build momentum for 'Dallas,' 'Jasmine,' 'Her'
    Writers who are not members of the guild, films made with production companies that are not WGA signatories and productions otherwise made outside of the guild's guidelines are deemed ineligible year after year, leading to such high-profile recent...
  • Gun violence explodes in PG-13 films

     Gun violence explodes in PG-13 films
    When the first "Die Hard" and "Terminator" movies landed in theaters in the 1980s, both were rated R. But their sequels arrived with PG-13 marks — even though the level of violence had actually escalated. Critics have blasted Hollywood's movie...