John Anderson

Hagen Bogdanski

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German TV vet Hagen Bogdanski's breakout pic was the 2006 Stasi drama "The Lives of Others," which in addition to surprising audiences, surprised Bogdanski. "Everyone saw this movie," he says…

Uta Briesewitz

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Growing up in Leverkusen, Gemany, Uta Briesewitz entertained the idea of becoming a painter. But she was concerned "about the isolation that comes with the choice of such a career."

'Splinter'
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Review: ‘Splinter’

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F/x whiz Toby Wilkins' "Splinter" is a spare, effective and genuinely frightening retro-nightmare that will have teenage gore girls trooping to the movies like lurching swarms of George Romero's…

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Milos Forman

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For Milos Forman, being honored by the Directors Guild of America is a bit like being dragged out of a burning building by a fireman, who then hands you a gold watch.

'Smother'
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Review: ‘Smother’

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It's with mixed feelings that we watch the often hilarious "Smother." No, Diane Keaton's not a kid anymore. But she can still sink her actorly teeth into a wacked-out character, and Vince Di Meglio's…

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Review: ‘The Window’

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As elegant in its storytelling as in its story, Carlos Sorin's "The Window" is a tale of age and mortality that firmly resists the "cute" tag reflexively assigned to movies with old people, and mines…

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