Whenever people say, "They don't make movies like they used to," they're not reckoning on Edward Zwick.
When Ed Zwick appeared at a November screening of his new film, "Defiance," he quoted some lines from a poem by W. H. Auden called "September 1, 1939":
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Dancer and costumer Lynn Bernay died Dec. 9 in Santa Fe, N.M. after a brief struggle with brain cancer. She was 77.
Korean actor and theater director Park Kwang-jung, who starred in "Driving with My Wife's Lover," died of lung cancer Dec. 15 in Seoul. He was 46.
Hollywood openers contend with a multitude of strong local Christmas titles in a packed pre-holiday frame at the European box office.
Manoel de Oliveira's romantic drama "Eccentricities of a Blonde-haired Girl" is among 12 pics to share Euros 4.38 million ($6.1 million) handed out by European funding org Eurimages.
North African cinema proved the big winner as the 5th Dubai Intl. Film Fest wrapped Thursday, with Franco-Algerian co-production "Masquerades" winning the Muhr Award for best film.
Spain's foreign-language Oscar contender, "The Blind Sunflowers" helmed by vet Jose Luis Cuerda, has nabbed 15 nominations for the Spanish Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' 23rd Goya…
Gallic sales shingle Roissy Films has inked a U.S. deal for its arthouse docu "The Beaches of Agnes," a self-portrait by 80-year-old French auteur Agnes Varda.
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