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Michel Hazanavicius's 'The Search' Is A Disappointing Follow-up To 'The Artist'

By Michael West | 21st May 2014

In many ways, Michel Hazanavicius always had a tough job creating the follow-up to his Oscar conquering movie The Artist, though it's been 2 years since the silent movie dominated the field at the Hollywood...

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After 7 Month Festival Tour, "The Past" Opens In The Us To Early Oscar Buzz

By Victoria Pavlova | 20th December 2013

Asghar Fahradi’s The Past is a harsh look at the way secrets and lies can destroy a family from the inside. The story is set in Paris and, unlike Fahradi’s last project, the Oscar winning...

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Lesbian Love Story Beats Coen Brothers To Palme D'or At Cannes

By Michael West | 28th May 2013

An intimate lesbian love story by Abdellatif Kechiche won the top prize at the Cannes Film Festival, the prestigious Palme d'Or on Sunday. La Vie d'Adele - Chapitre 1 & 2 (Blue is the Warmest...

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'The Past' Emerges As Early Favourite For Palme D'or At Cannes Film Festival

By Michael West | 17th May 2013

Iranian Oscar-winner Asghar Farhadi, who made his name in the industry with the incredible A Seperation, is potentially sitting on the Palme d'Or after his Paris-set tale 'The Past' drew boisterous applause and strong reviews...

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A Week In Movies: Star Trek Into The Darkness Excites Fans, Matthew Mcconaughey Premiere's Mud And Fast And Furious 6 Is Announced

By Staff Writer | 3rd May 2013

The big event this week was the world premiere of Star Trek Into Darkness in London, attended by the entire cast, director J.J. Abrams, the writers, producers and any celebrity in shouting distance of Leicester...

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'Populaire' Ties The Fashion Of 'Mad Men' With The Spirit Of 'The Artist' [Trailer]

By Michael West | 2nd May 2013

It probably won't take you long to work out that Populaire, the new vintage romantic-comedy from debut director Regis Roinsard, is financed by The Weinstein Company. It's got all the hallmarks for Harvey Weinstein's silent...

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