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  • 'Third Person' at the mercy of a mix of emotions, stories

    "Third Person," the latest interlocking puzzle from Paul Haggis, is about love. But it's not a soft and fuzzy sort of love. As Leona Lewis put it in the pop hit a few years ago, it's the "you cut me open and I keep bleeding, keep keep bleeding" sort. Haggis uses a double-edged sword — and a relatively blunt one at that — to hack away at it.
  • CANNES: Roger Allam to Star in Comedy 'Hippopotamus' (EXCLUSIVE)

    Roger Allam has been attached to play the lead in comedy pic "Hippopotamus ," the feature adaptation of the bestselling novel by Stephen Fry. Highland Film Group is pre-selling the project in Cannes. The pic, produced by the Electric Shadow Co., will...

    As Focus Moves Into More Commercial Territory, Indie Films Need a New Champion

    Specialty films usually go into hiding during tentpole season, but filmgoers should worry about the disappearance not only of the films but of the companies that make them. Even stalwart Focus Features, one of the few surviving art labels, seemed headed...

    Roman Polanski Talks His Life and Career, 'Venus in Fur' and Retirement

    Roman Polanski revels in recounting the story of how he met his wife, actress Emmanuelle Seigner, to whom he has been married for 25 years, and who is the mother of his two children. The year was 1985, and Polanski was in pre-production on "Pirates,"...

    'The Monuments Men' filmmakers faced monumental challenges

    George Clooney and Grant Heslov describe themselves as two of the least cynical people in Hollywood. But when the longtime collaborators looked back at their recent work, they realized the movies had an unshakable gloom: "The Ides of March," "Good Night,...