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Sophia Loren Slams Hollywood Selfie Culture for Replacing ‘Skill and Talent’

21 October 2015 7:37 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Sophia Loren, an iconic actress and Oscar winner, does not think much of today’s selfie culture. “In my time, an actress’ merit and skill was based on her talent,” Loren told Page Six. “Now when people meet me, they pull out their phones to take pictures. I do not know much about social media, but it seems that that’s what makes people more famous. My era of Hollywood was much better. You were known for your skill and talent.” Loren, who starred in such films as “It Started in Naples” and “Marriage Italian Style,” also cautioned young stars about rushing into plastic surgery. »

- Joe Otterson

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What's Leaving Netflix in October 2015

28 September 2015 9:49 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Well, this is lousy timing. Several horror movies, including "The Exorcist," "Night of the Living Dead," and "Interview with the Vampire" are leaving Netflix on October 1, right before Halloween.

Also leaving October 1, some spooky TV titles, including "The Dead Files."

More than 150 titles are leaving Netflix in October; here's the entire list of movies and TV shows that will disappear from Netflix streaming in October.

Leaving Oct. 1, 2015

"Aces High" (1976)

"A Fond Kiss" (2004)

"Agata And The Storm" (2004)

"A Good Day to Die" (2013)

"Alakazam The Great" (1960)

"All Is Lost" (2013)

"An Affair to Remember" (1957)

"Agora" (2009)

"A Liar's Autobiography" (2012)

"America Declassified" (2013)

"Analyze This" (1999)

"Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues " (2013)

"Angela's Ashes" (1999)

"Annie Hall" (1977)

"Another Woman" (1988)

"Apocalypse Now" (1979)

"Apocalypse Now Redux" (2001)

"Axed" (2012)

"Baby's Day Out" (1994)

"Bad Timing: A Sensual Obsession" (1980)

"Baron Blood" (1972)

"Beaufort" (2007)

"Belle of the Yukon" (1944)

"Big Night" (1996)

"Blue Velvet" (1986)

"Brewster's Millions" (1945)

"Buying & Selling" (2013)

"Caesar and Cleopatra" (1945)

"Caprica" (2009)

"Carve Her Name With Pride" (1958)

"Casanova »

- Sharon Knolle

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Movie Poster of the Week: Rita Hayworth and The Bicycle Thieves

19 September 2015 6:45 AM, PDT | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

It had been so long since I last saw Vittorio De Sica’s Bicycle Thieves—the last time being long before I started to become involved with movie posters—that I had forgotten that Antonio Ricci’s job at the start of the film, the job he so desperately needs a bicycle for, is pasting up movie posters.Researching De Sica posters to coincide with the current month-long restrospective at New York’s Film Forum I discovered that De Sica’s most famous film centers—as does the Shawshank Redemption, coincidentally—on a poster of Rita Hayworth. I had hoped that it would be a poster by Anselmo Ballester, who painted Hayworth gloriously many times, but the signature on the top right of the poster is clearly that of one T. Corbella. Tito Corbella (1885-1966) was an artist known for his sensuous portraits of Italian divas since the 1910s. Dave Kehr »

- Adrian Curry

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NYC Weekend Watch: Vittorio de Sica, ‘Chocolat,’ ‘Carlito’s Way,’ ‘Notorious’ & More

18 September 2015 8:01 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Since any New York City cinephile has a nearly suffocating wealth of theatrical options, we figured it’d be best to compile some of the more worthwhile repertory showings into one handy list. Displayed below are a few of the city’s most reliable theaters and links to screenings of their weekend offerings — films you’re not likely to see in a theater again anytime soon, and many of which are, also, on 35mm. If you have a chance to attend any of these, we’re of the mind that it’s time extremely well-spent.

The Film Society at Lincoln Center

A new 35mm print of Claire Denis‘ debut, Chocolat, screens throughout the week.

Film Forum

For a Vittorio de Sica retrospective, see The Bicycle Thief on Friday, Miracle in Milan on Saturday and Sunday, and Mister Max & Marriage Italian Style on Sunday.

A new restoration of Otto Preminger‘s »

- Nick Newman

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Hollywood Hills Alive With The Sound Of The TCM Classic Film Festival

30 March 2015 9:45 PM, PDT | Monsters and Critics | See recent Monsters and Critics news »

The TCM Classic Film Festival returned to Tinsel Town for a sixth consecutive year, offering aficionados from across America and even some from abroad a groaning board of over 80 film classics and rarities to feast on. And starry-eyed fans got a chance to see some of their favorites do interviews or introduce films they are known for, including Sophia Loren (Marriage Italian Style) Shirley MacLaine (“The Apartment” and “The Children’s Hour”) and Ann-Margaret (“The Cincinnati Kid”).  The four-day event, which ended Sunday, kicked off with a 50th anniversary screening of a splendidly restored version of “The Sound of Music” […] »

- Jack Egan

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What to Do in Los Angeles This Month: 4 Can't-Miss Events for Film Buffs

22 March 2015 12:00 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

This story first appeared in the March 27 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. TCM Classic Film Festival Various venues in Hollywood (Info: The latest edition of the four-day fest (March 26 to 29) features programs organized around specific themes and subjects ("Herstory," for example), as well as an impressive array of restorations and special presentations (from Imitation of Life to Chimes at Midnight to Marriage Italian Style). What truly distinguishes the event, however, is the access it offers to multiple rare titles in the space of a few days; this year's gems include Joseph

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- Jordan Cronk

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A Foreign Language Actress So Nice, She's Been Nominated Twice: Sophia Loren

15 February 2015 10:00 AM, PST | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

abstew here. Only 15 women in the 87 year history of the Academy have scored a Best Actress nomination for a foreign language performance. In contrast, British actresses have won Best Actress 14 times. While the Academy has always warmed to Brits, their European neighbors have had to struggle to breakthrough with recognition in the acting races. (There has still never been a Best Actress nominee for a performance in any language outside of a European origin.) The first actress to even score a nomination for a foreign language performance was Melina Mercouri for Never on a Sunday in 1960, over 30 years into the Academy's history. Only two women have actually won Best Actress for a foreign language performance and both those women have the even rarer distinction of being honored twice with nominations for foreign language performances. The first was Sophia Loren who won for 1961's Two Women and was nominated again for »

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Acting Oscar Nominations for Foreign-Language Performances

21 January 2015 8:08 AM, PST | Scott Feinberg | See recent Scott Feinberg news »

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 performances in foreign-language films. Cotillard was nominated for her role as a young mother and wife struggling to salvage her job in Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardennes’ film, which was chosen as Belgium’s submission to the foreign-language category but failed to secure a spot on the Oscar shortist.

Though her performance did land a Critics’ Choice Award nomination, the Oscar nomination did come as a surprise for many pundits.

Cotillard was previously nominated for the French foreign-language film La Vie En Rose (2007) and won. She is one of six actors or actresses to win for a non-English role and is also the most recent winner.

The first acting nomination for a foreign-language performance went to Sophia Loren in 1962 for »

- Anjelica Oswald

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