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And the winners of the 2014 European Film Awards are…

14 December 2014 1:20 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

The 2014 European Film Awards took place in Latvia yesterday, with Pawel Pawlikowski’s Polish drama Ida scoopuing the top prize, European Film, as well as winning the awards for Best Director, Best Cinematographer and Best Screenwriter. Meanwhile, in the acting categories Timothy Spall was named Best European Actor for Mr. Turner, while Marion Cotillard was honoured with Best European Actress for Two Days, One Night.

Check out a full list of the nominees here, with the winners highlighted in red…

European Film

Force Majeure

Ida

Leviathan

“Nymphomaniac Director’s Cut — Volume I & II”

Winter Sleep”

European Comedy

“Carmina & Amen”

“Le Week-End”

“The Mafia Only Kills in the Summer”

European Director

Nuri Bilge Ceylan (“Winter Sleep”)

Steven Knight (“Locke”)

Ruben Ostlund (“Force Majeure”)

Pawel Pawlikowski (“Ida”)

Paulo Virizi (“Human Capital”)

Andrey Zvyagintsev (“Leviathan”)

European Actor

Brendan Gleeson (“Calvary”)

Tom Hardy (“Locke”)

Alexey Serebryakov (“Leviathan”)

Stellan Skarsgård (“Nymphomaniac Director’s Cut — Volume »

- Gary Collinson

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Pawel Pawlikowski’s ‘Ida’ Wins Best Film at the European Film Awards

13 December 2014 11:04 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Riga, Latvia — Pawel Pawlikowski’s “Ida,” which centers on a young Catholic nun in Poland who discovers her parents were Jewish and were murdered during the Nazi occupation, took the best film award at the 27th European Film Awards in Riga, Latvia.

Eric Abraham, one of the producers of the film, dedicated the award to the people whose relatives were victims of the Holocaust, which included members of his own family. He remarked on the fact that anti-semitism was again on the rise.

Pawlikowski won best director, and he and Rebecca Lenkiewicz took the screenplay prize for the black-and-white Polish-language film, which also won the People’s Choice Award, voted on by the public. The pic also took the award for its cinematographers, Lukasz Zal and Ryszard Lenczewski. Pawlikowski thanked Abraham for taking on a “difficult” director.

The award for actor was collected by Timothy Spall for “Mr. Turner,” Mike Leigh »

- Leo Barraclough

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Wim Wenders and Juliano Ribeiro Salgado Talk The Salt Of The Earth, What They Discovered in Editing, Upcoming Projects, and More

10 December 2014 11:00 AM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Wim Wenders’ masterful new documentary, The Salt of the Earth, explores the fascinating life and work of acclaimed Brazilian social documentary photographer and photojournalist Sebastião Salgado.  Wenders, who co-directs with Salgado’s son, Juliano Ribeiro Salgado, takes audiences on a stunning visual journey that chronicles the 40-year career of the elder Salgado through his photography.  Sebastião Salgado travelled to over 100 countries for his photographic projects and bore witness to some of the most notable humanitarian events that shaped the world in the late 20th and early 21st centuries. In an exclusive interview, Wenders and Salgado revealed how the project first emerged, why this was an important story to tell, the innovative cinematic tool Wenders devised to film Sebastião as he discussed the genesis of various photographs and the emotions he felt while shooting them, what they discovered in the editing process, how the project brought father and son closer, how »

- Sheila Roberts

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The 50 Definitive Relationship Dramas: 50-41

29 November 2014 6:56 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Before I met my wife, my longest relationship lasted a span of only three months. I wasn’t afraid of commitment; I was too committed too early. I fell fast and hard. Every time. But that doesn’t mean I never went through the typical relationship bumps in the road. I fought with plenty of exes about normal things – jealousy, dishonesty, etc. And now my wife and I fight about plenty of the same things, but we handle it, just like every other successful couple. In the spirit of tumultuous relationships, this list looks at the definitive relationship dramas. These are films that focus on one or more romantic relationships. These aren’t just “falling in love” movies. These are movies that dissect some side of a relationship that helps to drive the plot. So, without further ado, let’s join hands on this journey together.

50. Wild at Heart (1990)

Directed »

- Joshua Gaul

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What's New on TV, Netflix Streaming, Digital, and DVD/Blu-ray This Week: November 24 - 30

24 November 2014 5:00 AM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

At a loss for what to watch this week? From new DVDs and Blu-rays, to what's streaming on Netflix, we've got you covered.

New on DVD and Blu-ray

"What If"

This charming indie rom-com stars Daniel Radcliffe as Wallace and Zoe Kazan as Chantry, two platonic friends who maybe, kinda sorta want to be more than friends. At least Wallace does; Chantry is in a long-term relationship, and Wallace has convinced himself being "just friends" is better than not having Chantry in his life at all. Adam Driver and Mackenzie Davis co-star as Wallace's best friend and his new girl; together, their newfound lust (or it is love?) is hilarious and unstoppable.

"The Long Goodbye"/"Thieves Like Us"

Don't overlook these classic '70s films by Robert Altman. "The Long Goodbye" stars Elliot Gould as Philip Marlowe in an updated version of Raymond Chandler's novel, alongside Nina Van Pallandt, »

- Jenni Miller

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European Film Awards nominations include 'Ida,' Lars von Trier, Tom Hardy and more

8 November 2014 4:32 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

A who's who of this year's Oscar-contending foreign film crop will duke it out for best film honors along with Lars von Trier's latest at this year's European Film Awards. "Force Majeure" from Sweden, "Ida" from Poland, "Leviathan" from Russia and "Winter Sleep" from Turker were nominated in the top category with Lars von Trier's two-part "Nymphomaniac," with "Ida" leading the way overall with five nominations. Steven Knight's "Locke" showed up in the director and screenwriter fields, while that film's star, Tom Hardy, was nominated in the best actor category along with awards hopefuls like Brendan Gleeson ("Calvary") and Timothy Spall (shockingly, "Mr. Turner's" only nomination). Marion Cotillard ("Two Days, One Night"), Charlotte Gainsbourg ("Nymphomaniac") and Agata Kulesza ("Ida") were among the best actress nominees. Also announced were the craft prizes, included hardware for "Ida" (cinematographer), "Under the Skin" (composer) and "The Dark Valley" (costume and »

- Kristopher Tapley

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‘Ida’, ‘Winter Sleep’ and ‘Leviathan’ Lead European Film Awards Noms

8 November 2014 6:59 AM, PST | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

Pawel Pawlikowski’s Ida leads the field for the 27th European Film Awards with five major nominations including Best European Film, Director, two Best Actress nods for co-leads Agata Trzebuchowska and Agata Kulesza, and Best Screenplay.

Close behind are Russian director Andrey Zvyagintsev‘s Leviathan and Turkey’s Palme d’Or winner Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s Winter Sleep, a pair of Cannes winners. Both films have been chosen to represent their country in the Academy Awards foreign language category.

The European Film Awards has increasingly become a bellwether for awards season, with previous Efa Best European Film winners Paolo Sorrentino’s The Great Beauty and Michael Haneke’s Amour going on to win the Best Foreign Language film at the Oscars.

Marion Cotillard, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Tom Hardy, Stellan Skarsgard and Timothy Spall are among the acting nominees.

The European Film Awards ceremony will be handed out in Riga, Latvia on »

- Ali Jaafar

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‘Ida,’ ‘Leviathan’ Top European Film Awards Nominations

8 November 2014 4:35 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

True to their big fest form, Turkey’s “Winter Sleep” and Russia’s “Leviathan,” both of which won at Cannes and are their countries’ foriegn-language Oscar entries, will face off for best picture at the 27th European Film Awards.

But they look to have stiff competition in Pawel Pawlikowski’s “Ida,” a Toronto prize winner, which scored the most major category nominations — five — including for best picture and two nods for its actresses: Agata Trzebuchowska and Agata Kulesza who play, respectively, a novitiate Catholic nun and her hard-drinking, worldly relative.

“Leviathan,” a Sony Pictures Classics U.S. pickup, nabbed four nominations. Also in the best picture five-pic cut are Swedish Ruben Ostlund’s “Force Majeure,” and Lars von Trier’s “Nymphomaniac Director’s Cut – Volume 1 & 2,” with Charlotte Gainsbourg in the running for lead actress.

Nominations were announced Saturday at Spain’s Seville European Film Festival.

The previous two winners of »

- John Hopewell

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Int’l Box Office Final: ‘Guardians’ Now 3rd Biggest Marvel Movie Ever

20 October 2014 2:45 PM, PDT | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

3rd Update, 2:45 Pm (Pt): Finals are in for Guardians Of The Galaxy, the No. 1 Bollywood movie this year stateside Bang Bang, director David Fincher’s thriller Gone Girl (which passed $100M stateside), the Denzel Washington action/drama The Equalizer, the animated The Boxtrolls, the Ya hit The Maze Runner, Luc Besson’s Lucy, Universal’s Dracula Untold, Fox’s sequel Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes, Ice Age: The Meltdown In 3-D which debuted in China this weekend to $3.2M on 2,800 plays, and also its buddy comedy Let’s Be Cops. In addition, Warner Bros.’ just reported for its horror film Annabelle and the courtroom drama starring Robert Downey, Jr. and Robert Duvall The Judge, and lest we forget Paramount’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (which debuted strong in the UK this weekend) and Hercules which are still playing in 17 markets. Final tallies for stateside newcomers Fox »

- Nancy Tartaglione

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‘Nymphomaniac’s Stacy Martin Signs With Wme

14 October 2014 2:38 PM, PDT | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

Exclusive: French actress and model Stacy Martin has signed with Wme following her breakthrough turn in Lars von Trier’s Nymphomaniac: Vol. I and II opposite Shia Labeouf. The daring and baring performance saw Martin playing the younger version of Charlotte Gainsbourg’s “Joe,” the titular woman with an unquenchable libido, from ages 15-31 and nabbed her a nomination for Denmark’s Bodil Award for Best Actress. A newcomer to acting, Martin’s additional credits include Heidi Greensmith’s upcoming Winter, Matteo Garrone’s The Tale Of Tales, and Ben Wheatley’s High Rise. She’s also the face of fashion labels Rag & Bone and Miu Miu. Martin also is repped by 42 in the UK.

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- Jen Yamato

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Int’l Box Office Final: ‘Annabelle’ Wins Over ‘Gone Girl’ At Overseas Box Office In Hair-Pulling Race; ‘Dracula’ Drinks Up $34M+; ‘Guardians’ Strong In China; More – Int’l B.O. Final

13 October 2014 1:17 PM, PDT | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

Annabelle edged out Gone Girl this weekend internationally, pulling in $28.1M compared to $26.89M that the Ben Affleck thriller scooped up. Annabelle is now tracking 6% ahead of The Conjuring at the same point in its run. The Conjuring went onto to gross $180.6M overseas for a worldwide total of $318M when it bowed last year. For market by market breakouts, see below. Also added are finals for The Judge, Rurouni Kenshin: The Legend Ends, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Hercules and Relatos Salvajes.

Final Update, Monday, 12:18 Pt: Final numbers are in for many films, but we’re still awaiting Warner Bros. to weigh in before we know who won the weekend wrestling match between its horror film Annabelle and Fox’s Gone Girl (which has held the No. 1 one for two weekends in a row stateside). Fox has reported a little under $27M »

- Nancy Tartaglione

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'Nymphomaniac' star joins Robert Pattinson in 'The Childhood of a Leader'

13 October 2014 10:06 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

The fresh-faced Stacy Martin bent over backwards (among other positions) to humanize "Young Joe," a companion to Charlotte Gainsbourg's character, in Lars von Trier's "Nymphomaniac." While this year's only two-part sex parable isn't earning much love in the way of awards buzz, the model-turned-actress made enough of an impression to catch filmmakers' eyes. Her latest projection pairs her with a leading man that will inevitably catapult her to the mainstream. That's the magic of Robert Pattinson. Screen Daily reports that Martin has joined the cast of "The Childhood of a Leader," the directorial debut of "Simon Killer" and "Clouds of Sils Maria" actor Brady Corbet. She'll costar alongside the previously cast Pattinson, Tim Roth and Berenice Bejo in the drama that's set to shoot this Janaury in Budapest. According to the announcement, "The Childhood of a Leader" is “a chilling fable about the rise of fascism in the 20th Century. »

- Matt Patches

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New York 2014 Review: In Misunderstood, A Little Girl Contends With A Family From Hell

5 October 2014 7:00 PM, PDT | Twitch | See recent Twitch news »

Leo Tolstoy famously opened his classic novel Anna Karenina with this statement: "Happy families are all alike. But all unhappy families are unhappy in their own way." You'd be hard pressed to find a family much unhappier than the one depicted in Misunderstood, the latest feature by actress-director Asia Argento, her third as director and her first filmmaking effort in about a decade. The opening scene wastes very little time in establishing just how hellish an existence being part of that family is. Over a family dinner, mom (Charlotte Gainsbourg) and dad (Gabriel Garko) hurl vicious insults at one another, while the children are caught in the middle of this violent whirlwind. The one who gets the brunt of the cruel, abusive, and casually neglectful behavior...

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Nymphomaniac: Director’s Cut Review

2 October 2014 3:06 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Lars von Trier doesn’t know anything about sex, and neither does anyone in Nymphomaniac. Despite it being the film’s central preoccupation, two volumes and four hours weren’t enough for the Danish director to arrive at any sort of concrete thesis on human sexuality. He also never came close to developing a clear statement on self-loathing, deviance, relationships, and every other topic under the sun that the epic, psycho-erotic character study touched upon. Nymphomaniac and its director were locked in nattering, schizophrenic conversation with themselves, and with the release of the Director’s Cut, the only real question worth answering is how much longer one can indulge von Trier’s shaggy dog sexcapade.

Turns out: quite a while. Clocking in at a whopping five and half hours, the Director’s Cut of Nymphomaniac, released on VOD and in select theatres today, is more of the same, and then some: more digressive, »

- Sam Woolf

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Exclusive: Rebel Against Love In This Featurette For Lars von Trier's 'Nymphomaniac — Extended Director's Cut'

2 October 2014 10:00 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

One of the most talked about movies of the year is also one of the longest movies of the year. Lars von Trier's "Nymphomaniac" has been creating buzz ever since it was first announced. And after opening earlier this year in theaters, now's the time to see the Dogma 95 Doyen's epic as he fully intended —the extended, five-and-a-half-hour director's cut is on VOD today, and the Playlist is delighted to take you behind-the-scenes with this exclusive featurette. Featuring insights from the cast, including Charlotte Gainsbourg, Stacy Martin, Shia Labeouf and Stellan Skarsgard, this preview for the film explores the intersection of love and sex that von Trier tackles therein. This is art, as Skarsgard says, just not presented on the usual canvas you might expect, but as seen through von Trier's distinct vision. "Nymphomaniac —Extended Director's Cut" is on VOD right now in the United States, Canada, Spain, The Netherlands, »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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'Nymphomaniac' Director's Cut Now on VOD (Nsfw Video)

2 October 2014 9:50 AM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Lars von Trier's wildly unrestrained psychosexual opus is the gift that keeps on giving. While the original bifurcated -- though hardly coy -- Volumes I and II are already streaming on Netflix, the great Dane's five-and-a-half-hour director's cut of this controversial epic starring Charlotte Gainsbourg as the title sex addict is now available on paid VOD platforms including iTunes and Amazon. Von Trier's definitive version, which most recently screened at Fantastic Fest, digs deeper into the lusty Joe's (played by Gainsbourg in adulthood and Stacy Martin as a young woman) Freudian beginnings, including her too-close relationship with her father (Christian Slater). And there is of course lots more explicit sex and talk of fly-fishing with Stellan Skarsgard as the man who rescues Joe from herself. (The very, very Nsfw clips below serve up just a taste of the action.) Now vying for European Film Awards, "Nymphomaniac" divided critics throughout its festival run and. »

- Ryan Lattanzio

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Q&A: ‘Intouchables’ Helmers Eric Toledano And Olivier Nakache Discuss ‘Samba’

29 September 2014 12:38 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

San Sebastian, Spain– Eric Toledano and Olivier Nakache, who delivered the biggest French-language hit ever with the Omar-Sy starrer “Intouchables” ($426 million worldwide) in 2011, fired up this year’s San Sebastian fest with the European premiere of “Samba” on closing night. In the well-polished social comedy, Sy plays Samba, a hard-working Senegalese migrant whose life is turned upside down after getting caught by authorities. Pic, which is produced by Quad Films, centers around Samba’s unlikely relationship and building romance with Alice, a social worker (Charlotte Gainsbourg) who is recovering from a burn-out. Sold by Gaumont, “Samba” sparked standing ovations at both Toronto, where it world-premiered, and at San Sebastian. Kicking off the European tour to promote the movie, Toledano and Nakache took time to chat with Variety about the genesis of “Samba,” what the film means to them, their collaboration with Sy and Gainsbourg, and what they look forward to in France and beyond. »

- Elsa Keslassy

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Nyff 2014: ‘Misunderstood’ Is a Cackling, Confident Tale of Troubled Youth

29 September 2014 6:00 AM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Misunderstood is a magnificently angry film. One can glean as much from the title, a potential evocation of everything from the Beats and Rebel Without a Cause to the sexually furious teens of Fat Girl and the New French Extremity. Asia Argento‘s third feature as director may not reference all of these different artistic moments, but it certainly fits into the larger cultural history of disaffected youth. Its adults are incompetent, acrimonious clowns whose negligence is only matched by their stupidity. Its children take after them, engaging in petty squabbles because they’ve likely never seen anyone behave any better. It is a film that sees right into the empty core of materialism and its discontents. All of this might be hard to take if it were not anchored by a defiant, cackling sense of humor and one of the most effective child protagonists of the last few years. Aria »

- Daniel Walber

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‘Magical Girl’ Tops San Sebastian Fest

27 September 2014 12:23 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Magical Girl” was awarded the top Golden Shell and best director for rising Spanish helmer Carlos Vermut at the 62nd annual San Sebastian Film Festival on Saturday.

Sold by Films Distribution, “Magical Girl,” which marks the sophomore outing of Vermut, is a troubling drama turning on a father who attempts to fulfill the last wish of his daughter, who is battling leukemia. Pic is produced by Pedro Hernandez Santos’ Madrid-based outfit Aqui y Alli.

Cedric Kahn’s “Wild Life,” a true story starring Mathieu Kassovitz and Celine Sallette, scooped San Sebastian’s special jury prize. The movie, repped by Jean Labadie’s Le Pacte, follows a father who lost the custody of his two children and spends 11 years on the run with them living off the radar across France.

Michael E. Roskam’s English-language debut “The Drop” earned a best screenplay nod for Dennis Lehane. Roskam last directed the Oscar-nominated “Bullhead. »

- Emiliano De Pablos and Elsa Keslassy

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Daily | Nyff 2014 | Asia Argento’s Misunderstood

26 September 2014 12:03 PM, PDT | Keyframe | See recent Keyframe news »

Back in May, the New York Times' Manohla Dargis spoke with Asia Argento about her third feature, Misunderstood (Incompresa), "a funny, free, tough-minded film… Set in the 1980s, it centers on a 9-year-old, Aria (Giulia Salerno), the underloved daughter of two monstrous narcissists, an actor (Gabriel Garko) and a pianist (Charlotte Gainsbourg). Soon after it opens, the parents separate and Aria–Ms. Argento’s original name–starts toggling between them even as they reject her, often brutally. Cast aside, she takes refuge in her love of a cat and in her imagination, which soars movingly both in her writing and in some wild fantasies." We're collecting more reviews and have posted the trailer and two clips. » - David Hudson »

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