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Channel Guide MagazineMammas Sunday, May 12 Sundance Channel, 5:30pm ET Usually when someone I’m interviewing excuses themselves for a minute, it can really interrupt the flow of the conversation. That extra time it takes to get back on track could lead to me missing out...
LOS ANGELES -- Isabella Rossellini's search for the meaning of maternal instinct in "Mammas" looks at nine animals where things like polygamy, lying and dying convince her that "anything goes." The program timed to air Mother's Day on the Sundance...
NEW YORK--The Tribeca Film Festival that ended Sunday occupies an odd niche in the movie-confab calendar, which among its oddities includes a large number of posts about the odd niche it occupies in the movie-confab calendar. But amid all the hand-...
NEW YORK -- Kim Mordaunt’s Laos-set tale “The Rocket” continued its stratospheric ride through the festival universe Saturday, picking up the audience award in the narrative category at the Tribeca Film Festival after previously...
Tags: Tribeca, Family, Laos, Same-Sex Marriage, TriBeCa Film Festival
NEW YORK -- A scripted feature about life in Laos and documentaries about U.S. war crimes and a town in the grip of a debilitating drug addiction were among the big winners at the Tribeca Film Festival's jury prizes Thursday night. "The Rocket," the...
Tags: Tribeca, OxyContin (drug), Justice System, War Crimes, Laos
AUSTIN, Texas — Simon Klose would like you to steal his movie. Stream it, download it, share it with someone in Croatia or Brazil and remix it with videos of kittens playing patty-cake, if that's your kind of thing. Klose, 37, is the director of...
"The Sapphires," which opens Friday, is the crowd-pleasing, based-on-actual-people story of four young Aboriginal women who team up with a male Irish manager and perform for American troops in Vietnam, so it's covering its bases internationally. The...
The powerful things we expect from "War Witch" are as advertised, but what we don't expect is even better. Given that the subject matter is two violent years in the life of an African child soldier, it's not surprising that the film's events are...
Caesar Must Die Directed by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani Opens March 1, at Real Art Ways, 56 Arbor St., Hartford, (860) 232-1006, realartways.org One of the ironies of acting and the movies is that an actor's skill eventually backfires against him...
BERLIN — The 63rd Berlin Film Festival opened Thursday with an elegant bang — of fists, feet and questions. Kicking off the 11 days of cinematic offerings was jury president Wong Kar Wai’s epic martial arts drama, “The Grandmaster&...
Nearly 20 years after the death of River Phoenix, the actor's final film, "Dark Blood," screened before an international audience last week at the Berlin International Film Festival. Perhaps the only thing more surprising than the film's tumultuous two-...
BERLIN -- Part road movie, part golden years romantic comedy, Emmanuelle Bercot’s “On My Way,” premiering Friday at the Berlin International Film Festival, is also a love affair between director and actor. And not just any actor, but...
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