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Locarno Blog. Howard Shore

10 February 2016 11:39 PM, PST | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

The Notebook is the North American home for Locarno Film Festival Artistic Director Carlo Chatrian's blog. Chatrian has been writing thoughtful blog entries in Italian on Locarno's website since he took over as Director in late 2012, and now you can find the English translations here on the Notebook as they're published. The Locarno Film Festival will be taking place August 3 - 13. Howard Shore. © Benjamin Ealovega Film music is a subject that requires very delicate handling. As if music, more so even than sound itself, had arrived in the cinema with the table laid and the party already begun, requiring it therefore to be a very discreet guest.It makes little difference that we know that the movies – well before they became the talkies – needed musical accompaniment; it makes little difference that film music, whether by pioneering pianists or great composers, has given greater depth to the moving image and developed »

- Carlo Chatrian

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Martin Scorsese's 'Taxi Driver' Celebrates 40 Years: Here's What You Should Know

8 February 2016 10:00 AM, PST | Fandango | See recent Fandango news »

Martin Scorsese Facts Age: 73 Born: Queens, New York Best Known For: Taxi Driver, New York New York, Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore, Mean Streets, The Departed, Casino, Goodfellas, Raging Bull, Gangs of New York, The Wolf of Wall Street Martin Scorsese is a living cinema legend, known as much for his film preservation as for the gritty gangsters of his action pictures. In 1980, he founded the Film Foundation, restoring nearly 700 films to date. His latest project is this...

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‘Manchester By The Sea’s Kenneth Lonergan On Directing Just Three Films In 16 Years – Sundance Studio

27 January 2016 1:31 PM, PST | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

“I’m not someone who loves moviemaking,” says Kenneth Lonergan, whose writing credits on such films as Gangs of New York and Analyze This greatly out number his directing credits. In fact, the director behind the Sundance Film Festival entry Manchester By The Sea, which was the first of the fest’s big pickups at $10M, prefers it that way and explains his reasons here. Manchester By The Sea marks Lonergan’s third directorial following 2011’s Margaret and 2000’s You Can Coun… »

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Contest: Win Digital Oscar Film Bundle Including 'Pulp Fiction,' 'Trainspotting,' 'Gangs Of New York,' And More

12 January 2016 1:05 PM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

We've already made our Predictions For The 2016 Oscar Nominations as we await their arrival on Thursday. And after that, it will be just over a month until the 88th Academy Awards. That's over eight decades of cinematic history, and there's no doubt there's some movies that have earned Oscar recognition over the years that you simply missed out on. But we're here to help. Read More: The 30 Most Anticipated Films From 2016 We've Already Seen Today, courtesy of Lionsgate Home Entertainment, we're giving away a digital bundle featuring thirteen Oscar contenders from filmmakers like Martin Scorsese, Quentin Tarantino, Danny Boyle, and many more. So what will you get? Here's the full rundown: Best Picture: Winter's Bone Best Director: Gangs Of New York Best Original Screenplay: Monster's Ball Best Adapted Screenplay: Trainspotting Best Actress: Bridget Jones's Diary Best Supporting Actress: Chocolat Best Supporting Actor: In The Bedroom Best Film »

- Edward Davis

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Why ‘The Revenant’ Proves Leonardo DiCaprio May Be Hollywood’s Biggest Star

10 January 2016 12:18 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

In 2002, Leonardo DiCaprio was at a career crossroads.

His floppy blond mane and soulful blue eyes had threatened to stop teenage hearts around the globe as he slipped from Kate Winslet’s grip and slid into an icy ocean in “Titanic.” The unprecedented box office returns for the romantic drama transformed DiCaprio into a pinup with few equals, but it had also made him a prisoner of its success, hounded by paparazzi and dismissed as a party boy, whose dalliances with models were drawing more attention than his performances.

It didn’t help that DiCaprio’s post-“Titanic” roles as an American traveler in “The Beach” and as a French monarch in “The Man in the Iron Mask” left critics cold and were only modest box office performers. He seemed burdened by fame and risked being written off as a supernova who frittered away his talent in the white hot »

- Brent Lang

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Here's Why Leonardo DiCaprio Could Finally Win an Oscar for The Revenant

8 January 2016 12:45 PM, PST | | See recent news »

How badly does Leonardo DiCaprio want that Oscar? Three words: raw bison liver. That's right, the actor munched on a real bison liver for a scene in The Revenant, opening wide on Jan. 8. When you're willing to spend nine months of your life on a film shoot, freezing your tuchus off for the pleasure of gnawing on raw offal in director Alejandro Iñárritu's esteemed presence, you want an Oscar like people in hell want ice water. Which isn't to say that Leo doesn't have a right to be thirsty. After all, he's been nominated for the golden guy four times, »

- Alynda Wheat, @AlyndaWheat

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Jason Sudeikis and Rebecca Hall Connect in First Trailer for ‘Tumbledown’

7 January 2016 11:40 AM, PST | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

While he’s certainly known for his comedic side with his Saturday Night Live background and crop of studio comedies, Jason Sudeikis has been making a bit of a shift recently. With last year’s Sleeping with Other People and a few upcoming films (notably Colossal), he’s been shifting a bit closer to drama. This is also true when it comes to Tumbledown, a new romantic drama which premiered at last year’s Tribeca Film Festival.

Directed by Sean Mewshaw (who is finally making his debut after a career which even includes being a production assistant on Gangs of New York), the first trailer has now landed. The story follows Sudeikis’ character befriending a widow (Rebecca Hall) to co-write a biography of her late biography of her late singer husband. Also starring Blythe Danner, Joe Manganiello, Dianna Agron, Griffin Dunne, and Richard Masur, check out the trailer and poster below. »

- Leonard Pearce

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