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At this year's Just for Laughs Chicago comedy festival, not one of the main headliners, the people playing the Chicago Theatre and featured atop the website, is a woman. Not Bob Newhart. Not Bill Maher. Not Russell Brand or Seth Meyers. Not even any...
We seem to have entered an era of government snooping and censorship unsurpassed even by the dismal standard set four decades ago by President Richard Nixon. In recent days, we have discovered that the Internal Revenue Service targeted conservative...
If you've been longing to see Ethan Hawke more on the big screen, the next few weeks are a golden opportunity. He's starring in two movies, each representing very different facets of his multi-tiered career. Opening Friday is the low-budget, but highly...
A couple years ago the agent-turned-producer Gavin Polone ("Zombieland") detailed just how excessive movie star perks can be. Not only are actors paid a salary, he noted in a piece for Vulture, but add-ons often include private jet travel and luxury...
The Hartford Courant"What Maisie Knew" opened in New York and Los Angeles to fine reviews, and it moves to more theaters this week, including opening in New Haven and Hartford. The Julianne Moore-Steve Coogan divorce drama, adapted from the novel by Henry James, is the...
When "Post Tenebras Lux" premiered at last year's Cannes Film Festival, it was mostly met with boos and pans, yet days later Carlos Reygadas won the festival's best director prize. It is that sort of polarized response to his work overall and "Post...
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I was in 7th grade when "The Breakfast Club" opened in theaters, and I distinctly remember thinking the movie was totally right about everything. I wasn't in high school yet (and that was surely one of movie's allures; a peek in a world I would soon...
"The Night of the Ad Eaters” is a touring international festival that showcases hundreds of commercials from 40 countries. Created and produced by Jean Marie Boursicot for more than 30 years, the advertising extravaganza has developed a devoted...
Santa Monica’s Edgemar Center for the Arts is the host of the first Cinema at the Edge Independent Film Festival, which kicks off Thursday and continues through Sunday. “We’re delighted to give independent filmmakers an opportunity to...
CANNES, France — At last year's Cannes Film Festival, Alec Baldwin and director James Toback were pitching their idea for an Iraq-set love story to financier and sales agent Avi Lerner. Lerner waved them aside, saying he could make the duo's movie...
Some called it “Life of Pi” without the tiger. Others compared it to Hemingway’s “The Old Man and the Sea.” But most critics liked what they saw in “All Is Lost,” an almost dialogue-free narrative feature...
NEW YORK — "Before Midnight," Richard Linklater's third film about the relationship between an American man (Ethan Hawke) and French woman (Julie Delpy), closes with what might be the series' piece de resistance: a 30-minute hotel-room argument...
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