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  • El Oscar 2015 con acento latino | FOTOS

    El Oscar 2015 con acento latino | FOTOS
    LOS ANGELES - La 87 edición de los premios Óscar vivirá su ceremonia más latina desde 2007 al contar con ocho nominaciones para artistas procedentes de Argentina, Nicaragua, Brasil, España y México, país que aporta el mayor número de candidatos a estatuilla este año.
  • Roland Joffe to Head Camerimage Jury

    LONDON -- Roland Joffe, helmer of "The Killing Fields" and "The Mission," is to be president of the main competition jury at Camerimage film festival, which focuses on cinematography. Joffe is joined on the jury by cinematographer Christian Berger ("The...

    'Downfall' helmer Oliver Hirschbiegel Set to Direct WWII Drama 'Georg Elser'

    "Downfall" helmer Oliver Hirschbiegel is set to direct German drama "Georg Elser," a biopic of the resistance fighter who attempted to kill Hitler in 1939. Repped in international markets by Munich-based Beta Cinema, the historical drama toplines "The...

    Despite controversy, 'Zero Dark Thirty' soars in limited release

    The backlash in Washington over "Zero Dark Thirty" didn't reach the box office, as Kathryn Bigelow's CIA thriller got off to an excellent start in limited release. Playing in five theaters, the film about the hunt for Osama bin Laden grossed $410,000...

    Michael Haneke goes in close for the anguish of 'Amour'

    Michael Haneke goes in close for the anguish of 'Amour'
    Michael Haneke's devastating "Amour" opens Friday in Chicago. And since its Cannes Film Festival premiere in May, this tale of a long-married man and woman in their 80s, tested by illness and the limits of their own compassion, has moved audiences in a...