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  • Wildlife Movie Sundance

    Sundance Film Review: 'Wildlife'

    As an actor, Paul Dano, with his long-faced gaze of inquiring gloom, has always radiated a sense of unease. That’s far from the only thing he communicates (he was spectacular as Brian Wilson in “Love & Mercy,” a performance that beautifully merged Wilson’s disturbance and his joy). But a kind of hushed foreboding remains the [...]

  • The Tale Movie Sundance Laura Dern

    Sundance Film Review: 'The Tale'

    Thirty years ago, Jennifer Fox won the grand jury prize at the 1998 Sundance Film Festival for her documentary “Beirut: The Last Home Movie,” engaging with sex-positive and progressively feminist topics in her subsequent nonfiction work, most notably “Flying: Confessions of a Free Woman.” Both a natural extension of Fox’s career to date and a [...]


    Sundance Film Review: 'Nancy'

    Christina Choe’s “Nancy” opens on a gray winter in a crumbling town. The strip malls are battered, the dining rooms are dim, and there’s silver in 35-year-old Nancy’s (Andrea Riseborough) hair. At 35, she’s a temp who still lives at home with her mom (Ann Dowd). No wonder she reaches for cheap, black dye — [...]

  • Nominee Amy Pascal speaks at the

    Amy Pascal on Sony Ouster: 'I Should Have Gotten Fired Much Sooner'

    Amid awards season recognition as a producer, Amy Pascal has admitted that her 2015 dismissal as co-chairman of Sony Pictures Entertainment was probably merited. Pascal made the remark Saturday at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills at the Producers Guild of America’s panel discussion featuring the nominees for its Darryl F. Zanuck Award. Pascal is [...]

  • 'Rust' Review: A Cautionary Teen Tale

    Sundance Film Review: 'Rust'

    It doesn’t take a lot to amaze the internet these days, and so it recently proved on New Year’s Day 2018. After the clock struck 12, a flurry of exclamatory tweets and minor news articles ensued, all noting the allegedly mind-blowing fact that, as of that day, the world held no remaining children — give [...]

  • 'Un Traductor' Review: Sundance Film Festival

    Film Review: 'Un Traductor'

    It’s not often a Sundance premiere evokes memories of no less than “Patch Adams,” but unfortunately that comparison is hard to avoid with “Un Traductor.” Siblings Rodrigo and Sebastian Barriuso’s first feature feels maudlin and contrived, even though it’s based on their own father’s experience as a translator assisting Havana hospital staff with Ukrainian patients [...]

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