‘Let the Sunshine In’ Film Review: Juliette Binoche Looks for Love With All the Wrong Men

‘Let the Sunshine In’ Film Review: Juliette Binoche Looks for Love With All the Wrong Men Claire Denis’ loopy, tongue-in-cheek romantic comedy “Let the Sunshine In” stars Juliette Binoche as Isabelle, a contemporary French artist who becomes nearly obsessed with her search for love. Or ...

Tribeca Bow ‘Disobedience’ Hits Theaters; Claire Denis & Juliette Binoche ‘Let The Sunshine In’ – Specialty B.O. Preview

Tribeca Bow ‘Disobedience’ Hits Theaters; Claire Denis & Juliette Binoche ‘Let The Sunshine In’ – Specialty B.O. Preview Chilean filmmaker Sebastián Lelio is wasting no time getting his next project into theaters — or at least distributor Bleecker Street isn’t. Just over a month after his last film, A Fantastic Woman, ...

Stream Jonny Greenwood’s Full Score for ‘You Were Never Really Here’ + Exclusive Alternate Poster

It won’t be arriving in the United States until next month, but thanks to today’s U.K. debut of Lynne Ramsay’s psychological thriller You Were Never Really Here, the full score from Jonny Greenwood is ...

‘Let the Sunshine In’ Trailer: Juliette Binoche and Claire Denis Made a Rom-Com — Watch

‘Let the Sunshine In’ Trailer: Juliette Binoche and Claire Denis Made a Rom-Com — Watch Whether you translate its title as “Let the Sunshine In” or “Bright Sunshine In,” the new Claire Denis movie remains an exciting prospect for the simple fact that, well, it’s the new Claire Denis ...

Joaquin Phoenix Brings Retribution in U.K. Trailer for ‘You Were Never Really Here’

Considering it has yet to be released in the United States, or stop by any festivals here, it was quite a feat for Lynne Ramsay’s We Need to Talk About Kevin follow-up You Were Never Really Here ...

Box Office: ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Rules Holiday Weekend, ‘Jumanji’ on the Rise

Box Office: ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Rules Holiday Weekend, ‘Jumanji’ on the Rise “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” remains the dominant Force at a crowded North American box office with new entries “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” and “Pitch Perfect 3” performing solidly. Hugh Jackman’s ...

‘Little Men’: Listen To Original Score From Dickon Hinchliffe, Founding Member of The Tindersticks

‘Little Men’: Listen To Original Score From Dickon Hinchliffe, Founding Member of The Tindersticks Ira Sach’s “Little Men” follows Jake Jardine (Theo Taplitz), a 13-year-old who lives with his parents (Greg Kinnear and Jennifer Ehle) in Manhattan. When Jake’s grandfather dies, the family moves into ...

Measuring up by Anne-Katrin Titze

Vincent Lindon with Anne-Katrin Titze, on Robert Mitchum: "He is my favorite one." Photo: Ed Bahlman Vincent Lindon, who took home the Best Actor Award at the Cannes Film Festival and a César for his ...

Pattinson to Play E.T. Spaceman in Mystery Sci-Fier for Veteran Auteur Denis

Robert Pattinson: Actor to play E.T. astronaut. Robert Pattinson to star for Claire Denis If all goes as planned, Robert Pattinson will get to star in French screenwriter-director Claire Denis' ...

The Best Movie Trailers of 2013, Part 2

Making a good trailer is not an easy proposition; while some trailers come off as too vague, telling the audience nothing enticing about the project it is promoting, others can seen too expository, ...

Claire Denis Honored With Stockholm Lifetime Achievement Nod

Claire Denis Honored With Stockholm Lifetime Achievement Nod Claire Denis, one of the leading lights of contempo French cinema, will be feted at next month’s Stockholm film festival with a Lifetime Achievement nod, following the footsteps of Jean-Luc Godard and ...

Stockholm to honour Claire Denis

Stockholm to honour Claire Denis Bastards director first woman to receive Stockholm’s lifetime achievement award. French director Claire Denis is to receive the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 24th Stockholm International Film ...

Sound on Sight Announces Most Anticipated Films of the 51st New York Film Festival

The 51st New York Film Festival, running September 30th – October 13th, is coming up quickly and the full lineup is well under wraps. As Sound on Sight gets pumped up for the New York hospitality, ...

Tiff 2013 – The Curiosities

Here is my second tier of material, some curiosities with a mix of fiction and documentary, once again some international names return whom are well-known to cinephiles the world over alongside some ...

Tiff 2013: Festival Masters Programme Features New Work From International Auteurs

Toronto – The 38th Toronto International Film Festival® today announced the films in the Masters programme, which highlights the work of the world’s most compelling cinematic creators. The programme ...

Tiff 2013 Adds Bastards, Metallica Through The Never, Preview of Spike Jonze’s Her, and More

The 2013 Toronto International Film Festival has made the final touches on its line-up, and made some nice additions. For the first time, Tiff will have movies in IMAX. The films that will be going ...

Asian Delights: Tiff Loads up Masters with Zhangke, Ki-duk, Lav Diaz & Sangsoo; Midnight Madness Grabs World Preem to Alex de la Iglesia’s Witching & Bitching

The coveted final spot in the Midnight Madness section, is a world premiere screening that belongs to Alex de la Iglesia’s Witching & Bitching while this year’s Master programme is loaded in recent ...

Toronto rounds out programme

Toronto rounds out programme Festival organisers announced the Discovery, Mavericks and Masters sections, details of the David Cronenberg: Transformation exhibition, a tenth Midnight Madness entry and introduced the Glenn Gould ...

NYFF51 Loads Up with the Best from Cannes: Kore-eda, Jarmusch, Denis, Zhangke, Guiraudie, Coens & Kechiche

Not unlike previous years, Nyff programming team with Kent Jones as the top curator have gone with an auteur friendly, Croisette heavy line-up with some of the best Zhangke’s A Touch of Sin, Claire ...

'Llewyn Davis', 'All is Lost', 'Nebraska' and More Added to Complete 2013 New York Film Festival Selection

The fall film festival circuit has grown by leaps and bounds as we scrutinize the likes of the Toronto, Venice and Telluride Film Festival selections and New York has just upped the ante even further. ...

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