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    Selma Blair's Production Company to Adapt Novel 'The Lost' Into Movie (EXCLUSIVE)

    Six years of legal limbo and post-production hell have not been kind to Kenneth Lonergan’s “Margaret.” A troubled and troubling 2005 time-capsule that arrives bearing all the scars of its difficult gestation, this unwieldy drama of conscience in the wake of tragedy is hyperarticulate but rarely eloquent, full of wrenchingly acted scenes that lack credible […]

  • Christopher Nolan Dunkirk

    Film News Roundup: Christopher Nolan to Discuss Film Preservation at Library of Congress

    Six years of legal limbo and post-production hell have not been kind to Kenneth Lonergan’s “Margaret.” A troubled and troubling 2005 time-capsule that arrives bearing all the scars of its difficult gestation, this unwieldy drama of conscience in the wake of tragedy is hyperarticulate but rarely eloquent, full of wrenchingly acted scenes that lack credible […]

  • Busan: Helmer Farooki Sets December Shoot

    Busan: Helmer Farooki Sets December Shoot for 'Saturday Afternoon'

    Six years of legal limbo and post-production hell have not been kind to Kenneth Lonergan’s “Margaret.” A troubled and troubling 2005 time-capsule that arrives bearing all the scars of its difficult gestation, this unwieldy drama of conscience in the wake of tragedy is hyperarticulate but rarely eloquent, full of wrenchingly acted scenes that lack credible […]

  • Director Nonzee Niminbutr Blends History With

    Cult Thai Director Blends History With Whodunnit in ‘Francis Chit’

    Six years of legal limbo and post-production hell have not been kind to Kenneth Lonergan’s “Margaret.” A troubled and troubling 2005 time-capsule that arrives bearing all the scars of its difficult gestation, this unwieldy drama of conscience in the wake of tragedy is hyperarticulate but rarely eloquent, full of wrenchingly acted scenes that lack credible […]

  • Kross Pictures Finds Fertile Ground in

    Busan: Kross Pictures Finds Fertile Ground in India-Korea Remakes

    Six years of legal limbo and post-production hell have not been kind to Kenneth Lonergan’s “Margaret.” A troubled and troubling 2005 time-capsule that arrives bearing all the scars of its difficult gestation, this unwieldy drama of conscience in the wake of tragedy is hyperarticulate but rarely eloquent, full of wrenchingly acted scenes that lack credible […]

  • First-time Helmer Hirose Nanako at Asian

    First-time Helmer Hirose Nanako at Asian Project Market With 'Dawn'

    Six years of legal limbo and post-production hell have not been kind to Kenneth Lonergan’s “Margaret.” A troubled and troubling 2005 time-capsule that arrives bearing all the scars of its difficult gestation, this unwieldy drama of conscience in the wake of tragedy is hyperarticulate but rarely eloquent, full of wrenchingly acted scenes that lack credible […]

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