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    Sundance Film Review: 'Loveling' (Benzinho)

    Some people go to the movies in search of authenticity, while others merely seek escapism. “Loveling” was clearly intended with the former group in mind, as Brazilian director Gustavo Pizzi crafts a warm and wonderfully universal love story that comes across surprisingly unconventional for something so familiar, if only because it focuses not on youthful [...]

  • 'Blindspotting' Review

    Sundance Film Review: 'Blindspotting'

    In psychology, a black-and-white drawing known as Rubin’s vase poses a visual puzzle in which the brain perceives one of two images — either the outline of a vase or two faces posed in profile — but can’t see both at the same time. Take that phenomenon one step further and you get “Blindspotting,” not just [...]

  • ‘Dunkirk,' ‘Black Mirror’ Winners at Casting

    ‘Dunkirk,' ‘Black Mirror’ Among Winners at Casting Society Artios Awards

    “Dunkirk” and “Black Mirror” were among the winners at the 33rd Annual Artios Awards on Jan. 18. Casting director John Papsidera was awarded for feature film big budget — drama for his casting in “Dunkirk.” Bernard Telsey and Tiffany Little Canfield, along with Rori Bergman and Patrick Goodwin, won the feature film big budget — comedy [...]

  • Samuel Tilman on ‘The Benefit of

    Samuel Tilman on ‘The Benefit of the Doubt,’ Trial by Intuition, Belgium Cinema

    PARIS — Played by the Dardenne brothers regular Fabrizio Rongione(“Two Nights, One Day,” “Lorna’s Silence”), David, a school teacher, is holidaying in the Vosges hills with his wife, two young children, and their friends, a close-knit gaggle of school teachers. One night he goes jogging along the forest paths, and when he stops to gain [...]

  • Billy Bob Thornton Golden Globes

    Film News Roundup: Billy Bob Thornton, Carla Juri, Charlie Hunnam Join 'A Million Little Pieces' Movie

    In today’s film news roundup, Billy Bob Thornton signs up for “A Million Little Pieces,” “The Bricklayer” moves forward, and Greenwich Entertainment finds its first release. CASTINGS Billy Bob Thornton, Carla Juri, and Charlie Hunnam have joined Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Giovanni Ribisi in the detox drama “A Million Little Pieces.” Sam Taylor-Johnson is directing for [...]

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