The Napa Valley Film Festival has tapped former USA Today Chief Film Critic Claudia Puig as program director. Puig will serve as a consulting programming director and industry liaison for the rest of…
While "Argo" tells the story of a CIA operation to sneak six American diplomats out of Iran during the 1979 hostage crisis by making a fake sci-fi film, the praise that critics showered on the…
Pointed critiques accompany plaudits for the contenders, giving voters plenty to chew on
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When it comes to the tenor of the films the Screen Actors Guild membership chose for their nominees this year, an emphasis on humor won out over darker-toned subjects.
"The action takes place mostly within characters' subconscious, with mind-bending visuals," USA Today's Claudia Puig enthuses.
The 25th Santa Barbara Film Fest will feature 200 films including 18 world premieres and 28 U.S. bows.
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