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Winter's Bone (movie)

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  • Buddies and budding actor, writer hustle to land their big breaks

    Buddies and budding actor, writer hustle to land their big breaks
    The actor from Cleveland skimmed San Pedro in a banged-up Kia. He drove down a ragged street past a tattoo parlor and a sign for the Hotel Cabrillo. A few dicey-looking characters walked by with big dogs on chains. Robert McHalffey turned right and,...
  • Laura Kim Tapped for Participant Media Marketing Post

    Participant Media has selected veteran marketing exec Laura Kim as its senior VP of film marketing. The move came two months after Buffy Shutt and Kathy Jones left Participant Media as the heads of marketing. Kim will report to Participant's documentary...
  • Review: A family feud turns deadly in 'Blue Ruin'

    Review: A family feud turns deadly in 'Blue Ruin'
    "Blue Ruin" is a moody, stripped-down action thriller with the most unlikely vigilante one could imagine. Dwight (Macon Blair) is no buffed-up hero, but a soft and skittish loner who has no idea how to hold a gun, much less use it. Before Dwight...
  • Ellie Goulding: No more clarinet, but maybe some karaoke

    Ellie Goulding: No more clarinet, but maybe some karaoke
    Ellie Goulding still thinks of herself as a singer-songwriter, even if the success of her pulsing dance singles "Lights" and "Anything Could Happen" has made it so nobody else does. Now something of a real pop star--after a record 33 weeks on the chart,...
  • 'Spectacular Now's' Shailene Woodley, the new Jennifer Lawrence?

    'Spectacular Now's' Shailene Woodley, the new Jennifer Lawrence?
    Is Shailene Woodley the new Jennifer Lawrence? That's the increasingly relevant question as Woodley has made the media rounds this past month, talking up her new indie romance "The Spectacular Now" and next year's "Divergent." Certainly, there are a...
  • Review: 'The Maid's Version' by Daniel Woodrell

    Review: 'The Maid's Version' by Daniel Woodrell
    If the truth were in the telling, it wouldn't matter who told it — or, for that matter, if anyone listened. Daniel Woodrell's new novel, "The Maid's Version," depicts a town full of folk who, in the wake of a deadly explosion in a dance hall, prefer...
  • 'Hunger Games: Catching Fire' a sequel with spark, critics say

    If reviews are any indication, the "Hunger Games" film franchise need not fear the sophomore slump. Building on the success of the 2012 film, the sequel "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" is earning excellent reviews. Many critics are praising director...
  • Review: 'Out of the Furnace' beautifully captures bare-knuckle lives

    There is an unnerving moment deep inside the working-class drama "Out of the Furnace" when a primal scream cuts short an old argument between two brothers. Ripped from the emotional core of the younger, a burned-out Army soldier, Rodney Baze, played by...
  • For independent films, Oscar buzz often means change of fortune

    Awards season is a boisterous clamor for attention, full of prestige picture releases and endless marketing dollars strewn to support them — all with the goal of taking home a few statues early next year. But amid the ado there are exceptions: The...
  • Golden Globes nominations: Sally Hawkins in, Oprah out

    The Golden Globes showdown for supporting actress includes four names familiar to those who tuned into the Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations Wednesday — Lupita Nyong'o for "12 Years a Slave," June Squibb for "Nebraska,"┬áJennifer Lawrence for...
  • 'Fruitvale Station' arrives, and thoughts turn to Oscar

    You may have missed it for the racket produced by the majority of movies currently going boom-boom — or, in the case of "The Lone Ranger," bust-bust — at the multiplex. But with the arrival of Sundance Film Festival sensation "Fruitvale...