G Clark guides you through the twelve 2017 releases you should be drooling over in this personal list of his most anticipated upcoming films.
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Releases this week include some television series, two Criterion releases, and the movie that won all the awards.
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With would-be front-runners Ben Affleck and Kathryn Bigelow out of this category, it’s now a two-way race for Best Director!
Could Michael Haneke win Best Director? Or Daniel Day-Lewis lose Best Actor? Vote for one of these unlike upsets.
As the Oscar season heads into its final stretch, are spectators losing sight of how brave the Academy’s selections have been this year?
This year’s standouts from Michael Haneke, Jacques Audiard, and Leos Carax dominated the Cesar Awards Nominations for French cinema.
Hilary delivers her list of the top films of 2012, along with recommendations for further viewing!
The 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards brought with it messy emotional moments entirely appropriate to the Hollywood awards show!
Finalists include ‘Amour’ from Austria and ‘The Intouchables’ from France.
G Clark offers Quick Takes on ‘Amour,’ ‘Barbara,’ ‘On the Road,’ ‘Sister Peach,’ a classic horror film, and a recent Adrien Brody trainwreck.
Michael Haneke’s ‘Amour’ was the European Film Awards’ big winner, while last year’s ‘Shame’ and ‘Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy’ earned some overdue acclaim.
‘Amour’ realizes a heartfelt Michael Haneke, reserving his anti-accessible motivations in favor of honest human tragedy led by two towering leads.
Duncan takes a look at the highly anticipated lineup on the way towards the 50th New York Film Festival.
The potential frontrunner for Best Foreign Language film has been submitted by Austria.
There may not be as many Best Picture nominees emerging out of this year’s festival, but which films have the best chance?
Michael Haneke wins the Palme d’Or, making it his second win in four years.
Round ups of all films that have played so far at the Cannes Film Festival.
Films from Wes Anderson, Michael Haneke, Ken Loach, David Cronenberg, Abbas Kiarostami, Andrew Dominik, Jacques Audiard, and Alain Resnais are included.
Life reflects art as I compare the recent death of Osama bin Laden to this classic film about media violence.