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Stephen Daldry

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In October 1992, the Royal National Theater opened a new production of the 1945 J. B. Priestley play “An Inspector Calls,” and a directing star was born: Banished — along with the drawing room in…

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Stephane Brize

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Despite a recurring theme in his work, Stephane Brize really isn't so blue. His first feature, “Le Bleu des Villes (Hometown Blue), screened in Directors Fortnight at Cannes in 1999 and received the…

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Almodovar's lucky year

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The last year of the old millennium was a special one for Pedro Almodovar on at least two counts: The rights to his first international hit, "Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown," are back in…

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Rewriting the rules

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For the 6,000-plus members of the Academy, they're but a blip on the screen. For the movie-going public they're not even on the radar. For documentary filmmakers, however, this year's rules changes…

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