Steve Chagollan

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Lookback: Faye Dunaway

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Starting in the late '60s through the following decade, a period when studio polish and artistic merit weren't necessarily mutually exclusive, Faye Dunaway's star power was at its zenith. Looking…

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Rob Marshall

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Rob Marshall's background as a Broadway choreographer gave little indication that his feature directorial debut on "Chicago" would result in a picture Academy Award for Miramax, and an Oscar nom and…

Terrence Malick

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Perhaps it's the artistic leeway he gives to his collaborators, or his background as a Harvard grad and Rhodes scholar who later taught philosophy at MIT, but those who have worked with Terrence…

Steven Spielberg

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Like no other filmmaker before or after, Steven Spielberg embodies the push-pull contradictions that lie at the heart of Hollywood's eternal struggle between art and commerce. He's both mogul and…

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Memoirs of a Geisha

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An enclave of ultra-exclusivity and exoticism circa pre-WWII Japan provides the unmistakable allure of "Memoirs of a Geisha," based on Arthur Golden's acclaimed 1997 novel, which the New Yorker…

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King Kong

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"King Kong" astride the Empire State Building swatting at fighter planes with one hand while cradling Fay Wray in the other is one of cinema's most enduring images. In a way, the wonder of Willis…

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The Libertine

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That it has languished on the shelf for more than a year -- it screened as a work-in-progress at Toronto in September 2004 -- should take nothing away from this rather fearless meditation on…

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Mrs. Henderson Presents

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Following in the footsteps of such quirky British comedies as "The Full Monty" and "Saving Grace" comes "Mrs. Henderson Presents." Like those previous outings, "Mrs. Henderson" is determined to break…

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