Attending the Telluride Film Festival for the first time ever, Andrew Haigh is excited to finally bring his across-the-pond hit "45 Years" to American audiences.
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VENICE – “The Danish Girl,” in which Eddie Redmayne plays Lili Elbe, one of the earliest known recipients of male-to-female gender reassignment surgery, drew long applause from global journos after…
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A year after Eddie Redmayne proved his incredible capacity for reinvention in "The Theory of Everything," the freckle-faced Brit pulls off the ultimate identity overhaul as "The Danish Girl."
VENICE – Influential French auteur Agnes Varda has unveiled a ten-minute short at Venice titled "Les Tres Boutons" featuring non-professional actors and sponsored by Prada women's-only label Miu Miu…
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A pair of Oscar-winning documentary filmmakers were on hand with their latest in Telluride Friday: Davis Guggenheim with "He Named Me Malala" and Charles Ferguson with "Time to Choose."
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“Suffragette” has two key assets in its awards push: Carey Mulligan and plenty of goodwill. Focus Features should push those elements to bring attention to the film. The period drama is a rarity for…
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Spain's Vaca Films, and Atresmedia Cine, producers of Venice Days' opener "Retribution" (El Desconocido) from director Dani de la Torre, are developing his potential followup picture, a true-event…
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