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The Dressmaker movie review: haute couture as a tragicomic weapon

20 November 2015 8:07 AM, PST | | See recent FlickFilosopher news »

So entertaining, so unexpected, so wonderfully oddball, so damn good. Witty genre-busting simmering with pathos, humor, and calamity. I’m “biast” (pro): love Kate Winslet; desperate for stories about women

I’m “biast” (con): nothing

I have not read the source material

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

Like a gunslinger riding into town. Determined and dangerous. This is how director Jocelyn Moorhouse depicts the return of Tilly Dunnage to her backwater Australian town of Dungatar. The locale may be vaguely western-ish — remote and dusty — but the year is 1951 and Tilly comes armed only with a Singer sewing machine, her Parisian-inspired haute-couture style, and a superpowered ache for revenge.

I had no idea what I was in for with The Dressmaker, and even that opening — with its witty genre-busting that culminates in Tilly’s snarl to herself of “I’m back, you bastards” — couldn’t possibly have clued me in. »

- MaryAnn Johanson

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Win The Connection On DVD

20 October 2015 1:40 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »


To celebrate the release of The Connection, out now on DVD, What Culture are giving 2 lucky winners the chance to win a copy of the DVD.

The Connection follows young investigating magistrate Pierre Michel (Jean Dujardin) who arrives in Marseille, a city riddled with organised crime, in 1975 with his wife (Céline Sallette, House Of Tolerance, Rust and Bone, Marie Antoinette) and children. He sets to work tackling the French Connection, a mafia organisation that exports heroin around the world. Despite protests from his family and colleagues, he sets his own safety aside to embark on a personal crusade against Gaëtan Zampa (Gilles Lellouche, Little White Lies, The Players, Point Blank), the iconic underworld figure and untouchable godfather of the French Connection. But as he delves deeper into the case, Pierre realises his old methods no longer apply.

A blend of style and intensity, The Connection is a visually stunning »

- Laura Holmes

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Hear Siouxsie Sioux's Haunting ‘Hannibal’ Finale Song, 'Love Crime'

31 August 2015 10:16 AM, PDT | | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Siouxsie Sioux ended an eight-year songwriting hiatus Saturday night when she contributed a new track titled "Love Crime" to the series finale of Hannibal. The Siouxsie and the Banshees singer's haunting, strings-laden track was spearheaded by the serial killer show's music supervisor Brian Reitzell, who spoke to Entertainment Weekly (via Pitchfork) about how he coaxed Sioux to record the track despite the singer stating she hadn't written a song or entered the studio in nearly a decade.

Reitzell, who previously worked with Sioux on the 2006 film Marie Antoinette, discovered that »

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Kirsten Dunst and Sofia Coppola to reteam for a third time

24 August 2015 9:31 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

News from Town & Country suggests that actress Kirsten Dunst might be reteaming with director Sofia Coppola next year, marking the third time the two have collaborated.

It has been a couple of years since Coppola directed 2013’s The Bling Ring, although she has been behind the camera since with the upcoming Bill Murray Christmas special A Very Murray Christmas for Netflix, which is set to be released in December. And while Dunst was a little vague on the full details on their next project, she did confirm it is in the works, saying “There’s also talk of a third film with Sofia Coppola in 2016.”

No details on which project the duo will re-team for, but it could be Fairyland, an adaptation of the memoirs of Alysia Abbott, called Fairyland: A Memoir of My Father. Their previous collaborations were 1999’s The Virgin Suicides and 2005’s Marie Antoinette.

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- Scott J. Davis

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Coppola, Dunst May Re-Team Again

24 August 2015 4:45 AM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Following on from "The Virgin Suicides" and "Marie Antoinette," it looks like filmmaker Sofia Coppola and actress Kirsten Dunst could be re-teaming for the former's next feature.

Town & Country recently spoke with Kirsten Dunst and indicated that: "There's also talk of a third film with Sofia Coppola in 2016."

This has immediately raised the question as to what the project might be as, not including the upcoming Netflix Christmas special starring Bill Murray which has already been shot, it's not clear what the filmmaker's next film might be.

Coppola was previously linked to co-writing and potentially directing an adaptation of Alysia Abbott's "Fairyland: A Memoir Of My Father" about a young woman and her bisexual father in San Francisco during the start of the AIDS crisis. No word if that's still the case. »

- Garth Franklin

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Jason Schwartzman plays it by ear by Anne-Katrin Titze - 2015-08-07 21:02:07

7 August 2015 1:02 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Jason Schwartzman on the set of Mozart In The Jungle with Anne-Katrin Titze Photo: Ed Bahlman

Jason Schwartzman, King Louis XVl to Kirsten Dunst's Marie Antoinette in Sofia Coppola's royal portrait and frequent Wes Anderson star (The Darjeeling Limited, Moonrise Kingdom, The Grand Budapest Hotel) has turned his ear to Mozart.

Roman Coppola, Alex Timbers and Jason are the creators of Mozart In The Jungle. Lola Kirke, who will soon be seen in Noah Baumbach's wittily wonderful screwball coming-of-age trip, Mistress America, opposite Greta Gerwig, stars with Gael García Bernal (great in Pablo Larrain's No), Saffron Burrows and Hannah Dunne (of Baumbach's Frances Ha).

I ran into Jason this afternoon after lunch at Narcissa in the East Village as he was filming the latest installment of his Amazon series which also stars Malcolm McDowell and Bernadette Peters. He knows Narcissa for breakfast and is as enthusiastic »

- Anne-Katrin Titze

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Danny Huston set for Sarajevo Film Festival return

6 August 2015 5:00 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Us actor/director to curate the Katrin Cartlidge Foundation award and present new feature Tigers alongside director Danis Tanovic.

Danny Huston has been named the curator for the Sarajevo Film Festival’s Katrin Cartlidge Foundation and will present this years award.

The actor and director, currently in post production on The Last Photograph, will present the Foundation’s annual bursary to “a new voice in cinema” on Aug 21 in Sarajevo.

Previous curators include Charlotte Rampling, Emily Watson, Jeremy Irons, Danny Glover and Stellan Skarsgard, directors Mike Leigh, Ken Loach, Simon McBurney and Danis Tanović, as well as John Lyons, Annie Nocenti and photographer Juergen Teller.

Huston will also present Danis Tanović’s Tigers, with the Director and Producers. The film will be screened within the Open Air Programme at the festival’s largest venue.

His other recent work in front of the camera includes Marc Forster’s “All I See Is You”, “Monster”, directed by Bernard Rose, “[link »

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Oscar-Nominated Actor Biggest Professional Regret: Turning Down 'Doctor Who'

19 June 2015 4:25 PM, PDT | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Ron Moody in Mel Brooks' 'The Twelve Chairs.' The 'Doctor Who' that never was. Ron Moody: 'Doctor Who' was biggest professional regret (See previous post: "Ron Moody: From Charles Dickens to Walt Disney – But No Harry Potter.") Ron Moody was featured in about 50 television productions, both in the U.K. and the U.S., from the late 1950s to 2012. These included guest roles in the series The Avengers, Gunsmoke, Starsky and Hutch, Hart to Hart, and Murder She Wrote, in addition to leads in the short-lived U.S. sitcom Nobody's Perfect (1980), starring Moody as a Scotland Yard detective transferred to the San Francisco Police Department, and in the British fantasy Into the Labyrinth (1981), with Moody as the noble sorcerer Rothgo. Throughout the decades, he could also be spotted in several TV movies, among them:[1] David Copperfield (1969). As Uriah Heep in this disappointing all-star showcase distributed theatrically in some countries. »

- Andre Soares

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Rose Byrne’s Gigantic Spy Hair Was Supposed to Get Its Own Credit

2 June 2015 10:52 AM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

Rose Byrne has been doing scene-stealing work in a host of comedies over the past few years, so it's no surprise that she waltzes away with this week's Melissa McCarthy espionage comedy Spy, where she plays a snooty Bulgarian arms dealer. But Byrne doesn't do all the work by herself: She's aided and abetted by a focus-pulling tower of hair that's the butt of some of the film's best jokes."I kept saying Rayna — Rose’s character — should have really big, blown-out hair," director Paul Feig told us at last night's premiere. Feig had found his inspiration from the beauty shops of Budapest (where the film was shooting), but when Byrne emerged from a two-hour hair-and-makeup test one day sporting all of that vertiginous volume, even Feig didn't know what to make of it at first. "She’s got this elaborate Marie Antoinette–meets–Donald Trump kind of hair," he recalled. »

- Renata Sellitti

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Rose Byrne loved playing a monster in 'Spy'

28 April 2015 2:53 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

It's fun playing a sociopath. Just ask Rose Byrne. "So fun to play someone with no empathy and no sense of consequence and no sense of -- what's the word, she has everything immediately. You know, she's a queen, in a way," Byrne told us of Rayna Boyanov, the 100% awful character she plays in "Spy" opposite Melissa McCarthy. And it's not just her attitude that stinks. Look at this hair: Leaving no comic stone unturned, the Paul Feig-directed film features a recurring gag in which Melissa McCarthy's character, CIA desk agent-turned-action-hero Susan Cooper, makes creative jokes at the expense of Rayna's mop -- which is just the way Byrne likes it. "I fought for that hair....I wanted to really push it to that sense of sort of borderline Eastern European, a little bit -- not quite on target with the style, like a bit off," said Byrne, »

- Chris Eggertsen

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Time Machine: Veterans Wallach and Coppola - Godfather 3 in Common - Are Special Oscar Honorees

24 April 2015 12:28 PM, PDT | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson on the Oscars' Red Carpet Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson at the Academy Awards Eli Wallach and wife Anne Jackson are seen above arriving at the 2011 Academy Awards ceremony, held on Sunday, Feb. 27, at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood. The 95-year-old Wallach had received an Honorary Oscar at the Governors Awards in November 2010. See also: "Doris Day Inexplicably Snubbed by Academy," "Maureen O'Hara Honorary Oscar," "Honorary Oscars: Mary Pickford, Greta Garbo Among Rare Women Recipients," and "Hayao Miyazaki Getting Honorary Oscar." Delayed film debut The Actors Studio-trained Eli Wallach was to have made his film debut in Fred Zinnemann's Academy Award-winning 1953 blockbuster From Here to Eternity. Ultimately, however, Frank Sinatra – then a has-been following a string of box office duds – was cast for a pittance, getting beaten to a pulp by a pre-stardom Ernest Borgnine. For his bloodied efforts, Sinatra went on »

- D. Zhea

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Watch: Explore The Loneliness Of Sofia Coppola's Films With This Supercut

24 March 2015 2:04 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

It’s been nearly two years since Sofia Coppola’s divisive “The Bling Ring,” and while we’ll see the acclaimed director reunite with her one-time muse Bill Murray for a Christmas special later this year, her next full-length film — a live-action take on “The Little Mermaid” — is still a long way off. What better time to take a look at Coppola’s filmography and gaze upon the disaffected, unhappy protagonists of her films, all cut together for your convenience? Edited by Movement Of Time, “Loneliness of Sofia Coppola” takes us on a five-minute journey through the time periods and landscapes of films like “Marie Antoinette.” Seeing actors like Kirsten Dunst here, or Murray in the world-conquering “Lost in Translation,” it seems that Coppola is fond of selling the loneliness and sadness of her characters by stranding them alone in beautifully framed shots. Watch “Loneliness of Sofia Coppola” below and place bets on how sad. »

- Cain Rodriguez

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Oscars: 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' wins Best Costume Design

22 February 2015 5:58 PM, PST | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

As 27 of our 29 Experts predicted, "The Grand Budapest Hotel" won Best Costume Design on Sunday night. It had previously won Costume Design honors from BAFTA and Critics' Choice, as well as the Costume Designers Guild prize for Best Period Design. -Break- This was the fourth Oscar win for costume designer Milena Canonero, who received previous honors for "Barry Lyndon" (1975), "Chariots of Fire" (1981), and "Marie Antoinette" (2006). She was also nominated for "Out of Africa" (1985), "Tucker: The Man and His Dream" (1988), "Dick Tracy" (1990), "Titus" (1999), and "The Affair of the Necklace" (2001) for a career total of nine nominations. The film was the 2/13 favorite with 27 Experts backing it: Thelma Adams (ZEALnyc), Matt Atchity (Rotten Tomatoes), Kyle Buchanan (Vulture),  Edward Douglas (Coming Soon), Scott Feinberg (Hollywood Reporter), Thom Geier, Pete ...' »

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Why Is Ana Steele Using a Flip Phone? And 49 Other Questions We Have for Fifty Shades

19 February 2015 10:10 AM, PST | | See recent news »

Much like our Bdsm expert who reviewed the film, some of our staffers were a little bit surprised to find we actually enjoyed Fifty Shades of Grey. Still, the movie left us with some pressing questions - like why was Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson), a woman living in the year 2015, using a flip phone? You can get an iPhone 5c for free these days, you know. For 49 more of our burning questions (and our inner goddess's thoughts on them), check out the list below. 1. How does Christian Grey's (Jamie Dornan) hood stay up while he's running? This is almost more implausible than the flip phone. »

- Tara Fowler, @waterfowlerta

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Why Is Ana Steele Using a Flip Phone? And 49 Other Questions We Have for Fifty Shades

19 February 2015 10:10 AM, PST | | See recent news »

Much like our Bdsm expert who reviewed the film, some of our staffers were a little bit surprised to find we actually enjoyed Fifty Shades of Grey. Still, the movie left us with some pressing questions - like why was Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson), a woman living in the year 2015, using a flip phone? You can get an iPhone 5c for free these days, you know. For 49 more of our burning questions (and our inner goddess's thoughts on them), check out the list below. 1. How does Christian Grey's (Jamie Dornan) hood stay up while he's running? This is almost more implausible than the flip phone. »

- Tara Fowler, @waterfowlerta

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Oscars predictions: Experts predict 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' will win Costume Design

18 February 2015 4:40 AM, PST | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

All but five of our Oscar Experts are predicting that guild champ Milena Canonero will win Best Costume Design for her work on the period picture "The Grand Budapest Hotel." That overwhelming support gives her leading odds of 1/4 to take home her fourth Oscar after wins for "Barry Lyndon" (1975), "Chariots of Fire" (1981) and "Marie Antoinette" (2006),  -Break- Updated: Experts' Oscars predictions in 24 categories However, four experts -- Mike Cidoni (Associated Press), Thom Geier, Dave Karger (Fandango), and Kevin Polowy (Yahoo) -- are forecasting an upset by another of the guild's champ, Colleen Atwood, for her designs for the fantasy film "Into the Woods." That support gives Atwood odds of 13/2 to win her fourth Oscar.  Nicole Sperling (Entertainment Weekly) is the only expert betting on "Maleficent..." »

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9 soundtracks that outshone their movies: Tron Legacy, Twilight and more

12 February 2015 4:01 PM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

These days no movie can get away without a tie-in soundtrack. The latest is Fifty Shades of Grey, which brings together everyone from Beyoncé, Sia and Ellie Goulding.

However, there's always a danger that the album can outshine the movie it originates from. Digital Spy highlights 9 instances where this is the case.

1. Tron: Legacy (2010)

Disney's belated sequel to its cult '80s hit Tron unfortunately forgot to bother with anything approaching a coherent story or believable characters - but what a display of visuals and sound. Daft Punk took care of the latter, crafting a score that fizzed with electronic pulses ripped straight from The Grid.

2. The Twilight Saga: New Moon (2009)

Despite being so critically derided, the Twilight movies were consistently able to churn out impressive soundtracks. The best of them was 2009's New Moon, which collected new songs from Thom Yorke, Death Cab for Cutie, Lykke Li, The Killers, »

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Geoffrey Rush To Play ‘Oliver!’ Composer Lionel Bart In Vadim Jean’s ‘Consider Yourself’

28 January 2015 1:06 PM, PST | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Exclusive: Geoffrey Rush (The King’s Speech) will play composer-lyricist Lionel Bart, who famously wrote the score for Oliver!, in Vadim Jean’s musical feature Consider Yourself. Joining Rush is a stellar cast including Stephen Fry (Sherlock Holmes), Olivia Colman (Broadchurch), Eddie Marsan (Snow White And The Huntsman), Matt Lucas (Alice In Wonderland), Michelle Dockery (Downton Abbey) and Al Weaver (Marie Antoinette) as the younger Bart.

Consider Yourself (the title comes from one of the best-known songs from Oliver!, Bart’s musical adaptation of Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist) tells the story of an untrained musician who couldn’t read or write music and yet became the first person to have three West End musicals running. At one point in the early 1960’s, Bart was earning more in song royalties than the Beatles — and still managed to lose it all. The film charts his rise and fall, using Bart’s catalogue of songs, »

- Ali Jaafar

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New Fifty Shades of Grey TV spot and images

22 January 2015 10:05 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Focus Features continue to crank up the marketing campaign to tease fans of the upcoming film adaptation of that saucy book by debuting new photos and a TV spot for director Sam Taylor-Johnson’s Fifty Shades of Grey. Check them out…

Fifty Shades of Grey stars Jamie Dornan (Marie Antoinette), Dakota Johnson (Need for Speed), Jennifer Ehle (Zero Dark Thirty), Luke Grimes (Taken 2), Victor Rasuk (Godzilla), Max Martini (Pacific Rim), Rita Ora (Southpaw), Callum Keith Rennie (Memento) and Marcia Gay Harden (Mystic River, Into the Wild).

See Also: Watch the trailer for Fifty Shades of Grey

A global phenomenon, Fifty Shades of Grey was first published in 2011 and follows the relationship of 27-year-old billionaire Christian Grey (Dornan) and college student Anastasia Steele (Johnson). The trilogy has been translated in over 50 languages worldwide since its release. To date, the Fifty Shades trilogy has sold over 70 million copies worldwide in e-book and print, »

- Scott J. Davis

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Wild Bunch unveils French slate

14 January 2015 3:11 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Sales company unveils new films by Donzelli, Sfar, Odoul and Garrel at Paris Rendez-vous.

Wild Bunch will kick off sales on nine new French titles at this year’s Rendez-vous with French Cinema in Paris (Jan 15-19), many of which will be completed in time for a potential Cannes slot, including an incestuous love story by Valérie Donzelli and First World War drama by Damien Odoul.

The company will also show first images of several previously announced productions including Jacques Audiard’s untitled drama revolving around Sri Lankan immigrants in Paris, which it is co-selling with Celluloid Dreams, and Julie Delpy’s France-set romance Lolo, in which she stars as a chic Parisian sophisticate who falls for a geeky It expert played by Dany Boon.

There will also be a promo-reel for Arnaud Desplechin’s My Golden Years (aka Three Memories of Childhood), revisiting the childhood of Paul Dédalus, the protagonist in his 1997 film My Sex Lifewho »

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