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  • DVD Review: 'The Long Day Closes' stands out

    DVD Review: 'The Long Day Closes' stands out
    In recent years, director Terence Davies has become best known for such literary adaptations as “The House of Mirth” (2000) and “The Deep Blue Sea” (2011). But he originally made his name with a series of autobiographical films — three shorts and two features. “The Long Day Closes” (1992) is the last (and arguably the best) of these.
  • The Actors: Tom Hiddleston's memorable ride

    The Actors: Tom Hiddleston's memorable ride
    These have been scrapbook seasons for Tom Hiddleston — over the last two years the 30-year-old British actor has worked with directors Steven Spielberg, Woody Allen, Kenneth Branagh, Terence Davies and Joss Whedon — but there is one snapshot...

    Overlooked screenplays this Oscar season

    Overlooked screenplays this Oscar season
    In 1945 Raymond Chandler wrote a screed against Hollywood, and Hollywood screenwriting, for the Atlantic Monthly. "An industry with such vast resources and such magic techniques should not become dull so soon," said the man who later characterized his...

    'The Deep Blue Sea': Hushed, deft adaptation resonates ✭✭✭ 1/2

    'The Deep Blue Sea': Hushed, deft adaptation resonates ✭✭✭ 1/2
    The Liverpool-bred writer-director Terence Davies is best known for deeply felt, meticulously controlled reveries "The Long Day Closes" and "Distant Voices, Still Lives" and the gorgeous personal essay "Of Time and the City." Now 66, he sees the past...

    Best movies of 2012, according to John Waters

    Best movies of 2012, according to John Waters
    When trying to decide between one movie and another, consider asking yourself WWJW do? John Waters -- ever the connoisseur -- filled in ArtForum on his favorites from the year. The magazine asked Waters and a few other artists to share their favorite...