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May 2017

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      Cannes 2017: Longtime Kubrick Assistant Leon Vitali Recalls Their Collaboration in...

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      Being an assistant to any filmmaker would be taxing, but working for a director as exacting as Stanley Kubrick? And earning his deep trust over a period of many years? It happened to Leon Vitali, the actor who played Lord Bullingdon, Barry's...
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        Cannes 2017: "Okja," "The Square," "A Man of Integrity"

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        Chaos reigned at the Cannes festival’s Grande Theatre Lumiere this morning during the press premiere of the environmentally-conscious comedy “Okja.” Korean director Bong Joon Ho’s film suffered a quarter-hour of technical...
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          Cannes 2017 Video: “Wonderstruck,” Netflix Controversy and More

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          The following video was produced by Scott Dummler of Mint Media Works.The red carpet is open for business here for the 70th edition of the Cannes Film Festival, and we are so happy to be here. And it hasn’t been just the red carpet that has...
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            Abacus: Small Enough to Jail

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            The title of Steve James' new documentary "Abacus: Small Enough to Jail" is a play on a phrase that was popularized during the 2008 financial crisis: that certain banks were "too big to fail" and had to be rescued by the United States government to...
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              Cannes 2017: "Western" and "Bright Sunshine In"

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              What we casually refer to as the Cannes Film Festival is actually several festivals in one. There's the festival proper — the "official selection," which consists of movies that screen at theaters adjoining the famous Palais des Festivals....
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                Wakefield

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                The idea of just walking away from a seemingly settled life is one that’s gotten a pretty good workout in both film and literature. The 2008 short story “Wakefield,” by American literary giant E.L. Doctorow, put a particularly...
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                  The Wizard of Lies

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                  HBO’s “The Wizard of Lies” reunites a filmmaker and star once at the top of their games. In the ‘80s and most of the ‘90s, a film starring Robert De Niro and a film directed by Barry Levinson meant something major. But...
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                    The Woman Who Left

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                    In his appraisal of Spike Lee's “She Hate Me,” critic Nathan Rabin describes a "Morning Paper Auteur" thusly: "A filmmaker who picks up the morning paper, grows more enraged about each article he reads, and decides to make movies that...
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                      Everything, Everything

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                      Charismatic film actors can work miracles with so-so material. But there usually comes a point when they can no longer camouflage that the story they are so earnestly committed to telling is somewhat suspect.For at least half of “Everything,...
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                        Afterimage

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                        “Afterimage,” the final film by Poland’s Andrzej Wajda, is a fitting coda to the career of one of world cinema’s giants. Unlike fellow Poles such as Roman Polanski and Jerzy Skolimowski, who decamped for the West’s...