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December 2013

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      #198 December 18, 2013

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      Sheila writes: I came across an interesting article about Christine Granville (a.k.a.Krystyna Skarbek) who is thought to be Ian Fleming's muse for the iconic "Bond girl". Enjoy! TRAILERS Interstellar (2014). Directed by Christopher Nolan. Written...
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        Video of Roger's Interview of Peter O'Toole in 2002 at Telluride

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        In 2002, the Telluride Film Festival honored Peter O'Toole. As part of the event, Roger engaged O'Toole in a wide-ranging onstage conversation. You've read the shortened account of that interview. Now settle in and watch the whole interview....
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          Paradise: Hope

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          You can tell an Ulrich Seidl film by its rigorous form and seemingly digressive improvisations. It's like a corral with mathematically precise iron gates that herd a human menagerie into striking configurations. The previous two sentences are the...
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            Critic Awards Begin to Shape the Oscar Race

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            In recent years, the second week of December has become the fiercest in helping to define the awards race going forward. After kicking off with a little New York and a little more National Board of Review, last week gave us awards from the critics...
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              An uncommon man: Peter O'Toole, 1932-2013

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              Peter O'Toole, who died this weekend at 81, was great in great films and great fun in bad ones, and equally convincing as a scoundrel and a saint. The star of "Lawrence of Arabia," "Becket," "The Ruling Class," "The Stunt Man," "The Lion in...
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                Joan Fontaine: 1917–2013

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                Speaking of her lifelong feud with older sister Olivia de Havilland, Joan Fontaine once quipped, "I married first, won the Oscar before Olivia, and if I die first, she'll no doubt be livid that I beat her to it!" And now, alas, Fontaine has indeed...
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                  Tyler Perry's A Madea Christmas

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                  Tyler Perry's "Madea" franchise, based on his popular one-man shows, is an unstoppable juggernaut with a built-in audience. It features the adventures and mishaps of one "Aunt Madea", played by Perry himself in drag. Madea is a...
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                    "Life Itself" filmmakers host Roger's friends and colleagues in live Twitter chats

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                    #EbertChatThe filmmakers behind "Life Itself," the new documentary about Roger Ebert's life and legacy, have organized a series of guest hosts of their Twitter account: @EbertMovie. The guest hosts will be sharing their own remembrances and...
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                      Announcing the Cloud Premiere of "The Science of Character"

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                      The Science of CharacterBy Tiffany Shlain @tiffanyshlainInviting all leaders, educators, students, parents, students of life, (everyone!) to be part of a Global Cloud Film Premiere of an 8 minute film, The Science of Character, which explores new...
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                        American Hustle

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                        David O. Russell out-Scorseses Martin Scorsese with "American Hustle," a '70s crime romp that's ridiculously entertaining in all the best ways. "American Hustle" is actually a more thrilling and satisfying experience than Scorsese's latest, the...