As is, this summer lark has its moments but hardly merits hitting the "save" button.
David Charhon's "On the Other Side of the Tracks" is an efficient Gallic buddy-cop movie that's so eager to please it's almost endearing.
The Ghent Film Festival absorbed a shock in April when a panel charged with assessing its artistic merit delivered a thumbs-down, wounding its pride and threatened its funding.
"The Artist," Michel Hazanavicius' black and white silent homage to Hollywood's Golden Age, continued is winning ways Friday, scooping top kudos at Gaul's 37th Cesar film awards, including best…
Events include Music for Film Brunch, the 5th Annual Women in Film Pre-Oscar Cocktail Party and Eye on Black 2012.
Drumbeat for song category change grows louder
The drama and actor wins for "The Descendants" at Sunday's Golden Globes look to put the George Clooney pic into a horserace with "The Artist," winner of musical or comedy pic and two other statues…
Kim Novak's ad in the Jan. 9 edition of Daily Variety, saying she felt "violated" by the use of music from "Vertigo" in "The Artist," generated dozens of stories and even more blogosphere entries…
Helmer Michel Hazanavicius, Academy honchos and others weighed in Monday on the use of "Vertigo" music in "The Artist," after Kim Novak decried the excerpt as "rape" in a full-page ad in Variety.
Close to 100 original scores have been deemed eligible for the 84th Academy Awards, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced Thursday.
"The Artist" continues its winning ways among critics' circles as the Las Vegas Film Critics Society 2011 bestows its highest honor on the silent pic.
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