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  • All along, a force was with Alec Guinness

    All along, a force was with Alec Guinness
    For millions of young "Star Wars" fans, and some not so young, Alec Guinness is the man who played Obi-Wan Kenobi. And that is that. For all they know Guinness only did this in his life: expound on the glories of The Force and get Mark Hamill up to speed with a light saber.
  • Bieito's 'Camino Real' puts the spotlight on Tennessee Williams

    Bieito's 'Camino Real' puts the spotlight on Tennessee Williams
    The playwright John Guare once wrote that the title of Tennessee Williams' "Camino Real," a wildly free-form 1953 poetic pageant set in a crummy tropical outpost with shades of New Orleans, Tangier and Havana, embodied both the glamorous Spanish world...

    San Sebastian Film Review: 'Automata'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Post-apocalyptic thrillers don't come cheap, so perhaps there wasn't enough left over from the "Automata" budget to pay for a decent script doctor. Spanish helmer Gabe Ibanez ("Hierro") and co-writers Igor Legaretta Gomez and...

    Reel Critics: No James Bond nonsense in this low-tech spy thriller

    Reel Critics: No James Bond nonsense in this low-tech spy thriller
    Author John le Carré knew the Cold War spy business from the inside. Under his real name, David Cornwell, he was a British spy betrayed by real-life KGB double-agent Kim Philby in 1963. Many elements of his novel "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy" are built...

    Oscar nominees take a look back with 'New Nostalgia'

    Oscar nominees take a look back with 'New Nostalgia'
    A couple of years ago, Bruce Sheridan, chair of the film program at Columbia College, noticed a curious thing happening. A few of the film majors who interned on the Chicago production of "The Dark Knight" had started making their student films and, as...