Signature Theatre Presents Reading Of Camille Claudel Starring Jackie Burns and Hugh Panaro

Signature Theatre will present a closed reading of Camille Claudel on Friday, November 15 featuring Jackie Burns Broadway's Wicked and Hugh Panaro Broadway's The Phantom of the Opera. The show ...

Pretty When You Cry: Isabelle Adjani's Tragic Heroines

Camille ClaudelIt seems impossible to talk about Isabelle Adjani without mentioning her eyes. Round, blue, and prone to tears, Adjani’s eyes are filled with a heartbreaking expressiveness reminiscent ...

Cannes In Progress — 2nd of 3

Cannes In Progress — 2nd of 3 As we pass the halfway mark, several new developments of the Cannes International Film Festival seem to have more importance in some ways than the traditional Films in Competition which so far are ...

Cannes Review: ‘Rodin’ Doesn’t Do Justice to a Great Artist

It’s one thing to make a movie about an artist and his art; it is a whole other thing to make a movie about an artist mostly just doing his art. That is the central focus of Rodin, a film concerning ...

Sociopsychological Drama with Central Gay Character, French Film Icon Top Nsfc Choices

2016 movies Things to Come (pictured) and Elle have earned French cinema icon Isabelle Huppert her – surprisingly – first National Society of Film Critics Best Actress Award. 2016 Movies: Isabelle ...

Everybody Runs: An Interview with Louis Garrel

Two FriendsThough known primarily as an actor, Louis Garrel has been conducting appreciable efforts behind the camera as well. After directing three short films, including a César-nominated Petit ...

The Story of Adèle H. | Blu-ray Review

You no doubt know of a crazy local or two that mills around your town in a daze, occasionally causing disturbances, but otherwise remains fairly harmless. If you stop to think about it, it’s possible ...

Acting Oscar Nominations for Foreign-Language Performances

By Anjelica Oswald Managing Editor With the addition of Marion Cotillard’s lead actress nomination for the Belgian film Two Days, One Night, 32 actors and actresses have been nominated for their ...

Queen Margot | Blu-Ray Review

Arguably the most prolific title in director Patrice Chereau’s three decades of filmmaking, Cohen Media Group releases a beautiful remastering of Queen Margot for its twentieth anniversary. Chereau, ...

Camille Claudel, 1915 | DVD Review

Many are perhaps familiar with Isabelle Adjani’s much hailed Oscar nominated performance as the turn of the century French sculptress Camille Claudel in the 1988 Bruno Nuytten sensation, an artist ...

Scream Factory Brings Werner Herzog's Nosferatu the Vampyre to Blu-ray

Hailed as one of the more interesting takes on the classic story of Dracula, Werner Herzog's Nosferatu the Vampyre is a perfect fit for a company like Scream Factory, which is all about giving proper ...

Werner Herzog’s Nosferatu Blu-ray Release Details

We previously reported that Wener Herzog’s Nosferatu the Vampyre was getting a high-def upgrade from Scream Factory and we’re back with the official release date, a list of bonus features, and a look ...

Interview: Juliette Binoche On 'Sils Maria,' The Career/Life Balance & Finally Going Hollywood In 'Godzilla'

When revered Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami cancelled his attendance at the Marrakech Film Festival due to ill health, the organizers could have had a further problem on their hands as he was ...

Marrakech Film Festival Masterclass: Bruno Dumont Gives Tips on Editing, Directing Actors and More

Marrakech Film Festival Masterclass: Bruno Dumont Gives Tips on Editing, Directing Actors and More Six weeks after his latest film, "Camille Claudel 1915," received a theatrical release in the U.S., and just a few days after John Waters listed that and another of his films ("Hors Satan") on his ...

Sharon Stone and Juliette Binoche to be Honored at Marrakech International Film Festival

Sharon Stone and Juliette Binoche to be Honored at Marrakech International Film Festival Morocco is set to get an injection of international glamour, as THR just announced that Sharon Stone and Juliette Binoche will be honored at the Marrakech International Film Festival, receiving career ...

Capsule Movie Reviews (Oct. 16): 'Kill Your Darlings' and six more

New Release Kill Your Darlings R, 1 Hr., 40 Mins. This shocking drama about the earliest days of the Beats is the rare art biopic that sees the dark roots of creativity. In 1943, Allen Ginsberg ...

Camille Claudel 1915: A Thorny Art House Portrayal of the Sculptor's Life

Camille Claudel 1915: A Thorny Art House Portrayal of the Sculptor's Life Body-carving his own Dreyerian passage among modern French art-film provocateurs, Bruno Dumont now augments his catalogue of unstable heroines with Camille Claudel, famed sculptress and rebellious ...

Review: Camille Claudel 1915, Austere Examination of Woman Under The Influence And Faith

With each new film, a controversial French filmmaker Bruno Dumont continues to fascinate me. His fixation with purity is quite unflinching, and his characters suffer for (or for the lack of) it. ...

Camille Claudel, 1915 | Review

Snake Pit Soliloquy: Dumont’s Brief Vignette Profoundly Effective Many are perhaps familiar with Isabelle Adjani’s much hailed Oscar nominated performance as the turn of the century French sculptress ...

Top 3 Critic’s Picks In Theaters this October: Blue Is the Warmest Color, A Touch of Sin & Gravity

This October we’ve got a handful of gems from Sundance in indie dramatic items such as Stacie Passon’s Concussion, Matthew Porterfield’s I Used to Be Darker (both open this Friday) and John Krokidas’ ...

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