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Perrin and Cluzaud were the co-directors of 2001’s “Winged Migration,” which was nominated for an Academy Award, and 2010’s “Oceans.”
“Seasons” has opened in France to strong box office. Music Box Films plans a fall release in the U.S.
The documentary compresses the stretch between the Ice Age and the modern era into a single seasonal cycle of its own. It includes footage of animals in the wild, along with the long and tumultuous shared history that inextricably binds humankind with the natural world.
Music Box Films managing director Ed Arentz said of the acquisition, “In ‘Winged Migration,’ ‘Oceans’ and now in ‘Seasons,’ Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud’s amazingly innovative films have captured the beauty, drama and preciousness of wildlife in ways that we have simply never seen before. »
- Dave McNary
If you ever felt a little uncomfortable watching Andrew Lincoln’s cue-card delivered confession of devotion for Keira Knightley in Love Actually, or wondered whether it was appropriate for Ben Stiller to hire a private eye to track down his high school crush in There’s Something About Mary, it turns out science is on your side. A new study suggests romcoms that feature men engaging in stalker-like behaviour can make women more likely to tolerate obsessiveness from prospective romantic partners.
I Did It Because I Never Stopped Loving You, a report by the gender and sexuality expert Julia R Lippman, of the University of Michigan, examined women’s response to questions about aggressive romantic behaviour after watching a series of films with differing themes. Lippman found »
- Ben Child
2 items from 2016
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