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Sundance 2012 shakes off the angst

The light stuff
Two full production years following the market collapse in the third quarter of 2008, the tonal zeitgeist of films on display at the Sundance Film Festival — a reliable snapshot of independent filmmaking — has shifted from dark to light.
By: HARLAN JACOBSON  |  February 01, 2012

Backtalk - Wenders

Interview: Wim Wenders takes 3D one step further

Pina envy
Some are surprised that Wim Wenders, like fellow veteran of the '70s New German Cinema Werner Herzog, has embraced something as newfangled as 3D.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  January 18, 2012


The Oscars look back in languor in 2011

Golden oldies
This year, perhaps in hopes of diverting audiences with a different format, the Motion Picture Academy has again changed the number of Best Picture nominees.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  January 18, 2012

2012 Preview: Film

Hollywood offers botched operations and altered lives in 2012

Change of plans
Those who got a thrill last spring when the SEALS took out Osama bin Laden will have more of the same covert ass-kicking to look forward to in theaters as we enter 2012.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  December 28, 2011


Interview: Michel Hazanavicius talks about The Artist

Silence is golden
Michel Hazanavicius became one of France's directorial rock stars after the release of OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies and its sequel, OSS 117: Lost in Rio, spoofy tributes to the Bond films of the '60s starring the suave Jean Dujardin as the swaggering, unabashedly racist and misogynistic yet frustratingly charming hero.
By: CASSANDRA LANDRY  |  December 20, 2011


The best films of 2011 are not the ballyhooed

The films this year were kind of like the current field of Republican presidential candidates: some are entertaining, but there's no clear frontrunner, and there's more attention on the flashiest and least substantial than on the more thoughtful and genuine.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  December 21, 2011


Interview: Gary Oldman not spooked by Guinness's Smiley

Spy vs. spy
In Swedish director Tomas Alfredson's adaptation of John le Carré's 1974 Cold War espionage thriller Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, Gary Oldman plays the iconic spy George Smiley.
By: PATRICK MCGAVIN  |  December 13, 2011


Film favorites to pass the Occupation with — no matter what side you’re on

Action! group
From the wealthiest stockbroker to the lowliest unemployed college grad, who doesn’t love a good movie?
By: MICHAEL NEEL  |  December 07, 2011


Interview: Steve McQueen puts the MPAA ratings system to Shame

The X factor
Every few years a film challenges the stigma of NC-17.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  December 06, 2011


The director of Immortals could be Hollywood's most misunderstood blockbuster auteur

Tarsem revealed
When I first saw the trailer for Immortals, I wondered how Tarsem's newest film would be misinterpreted.
By: S.I. ROSENBAUM  |  November 30, 2011


Interview: Ski-film stars Jen Hudak and Caroline Gleich talk about hematomas, avalanches, and mountain culture

From Slope to Screen
We chatted up pro skiers 25-year-old Caroline Gleich and native New Englander 25-year-old Jen Hudak (in town this week to host the Boston Ski & Sports Club's annual "Blizzard" ski season kickoff event).
By: ALEXANDRA CAVALLO  |  November 08, 2011


The films of Sergio Leone at the HFA

The good, the bad, and the brilliant
He's best known for his westerns, which traditionally are sagas about how civilization begins, how ruthless and cynical men rip it out of the throat of the wilderness. But the end of civilization is what really fascinated Sergio Leone, and the poison within that undoes every would-be paradise.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  November 08, 2011


5 Scary Movies for Halloween You've Probably Never Heard Of

So you're looking for scary a movie to watch on Halloween? We've got you covered.
As a horror maniac, I feel it is my duty to pry your eyes open with a pair of rusty fishhooks and show you some fright fests you've probably never heard of. Don't even try to blink.
By: MICHAEL NEEL  |  October 31, 2011


Interview: The world of Stephen Tobolowsky

One great kebab!
Stephen Tobolowsky has had hundreds of character parts in movies and television shows, in everything from Deadwood to Glee, but with a single "Bing!" and then many more exclamations of it, he turned a small role in Groundhog Day into a permanent staple of the cultural consciousness.
By: ROB TURBOVSKY  |  October 27, 2011


Interview: Elizabeth Olsen scores with Sean Durkin's Martha Marcy May Marlene

Cult favorite
Martha Marcy May Marlene, opening October 28, concerns a girl dealing with the psychological effects of fleeing her cult-like farming community. Elizabeth Olsen, younger sister of twins Mary-Kate and Ashley, plays the conflicted runaway.
By: BRET MICHEL  |  October 19, 2011


Documentary films get some love at a great Maine festival

Hello, Camden!
We've all had that irritating waitress who, asked what she'd suggest on the menu, answers cheerily, "Everything is great!" Thanks for the help — and what credibility!
By: GERALD PEARY  |  October 07, 2011

Jonah Hill - Back Talk

Interview: Jonah Hill straightens up

Money man
The Superbad star has embraced his inner math geek for his role in Moneyball , the film adaptation of Michael Lewis's best-selling book.
By: SEAN KERRIGAN  |  September 20, 2011


The 30 most anticipated films of fall

From Twilight to Paranormal Activity 3 , this season Hollywood focuses on families
You can go home again, at least in this fall's movies. Just don't expect the home you return to or the family you end up with to resemble the traditional kind.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  September 19, 2011


Steve James goes back to Chicago

Hood dreams
It would be wrong to say that Steve James produced the best documentary of all time and didn't look back.
By: CHRIS FARAONE  |  September 16, 2011


Crispin Glover brings his 'Big Slide Show' to town

Hellion on wheels
Crispin Glover made a calling out of being the weirdly jittery guy in big, loud movies like Back to the Future and Hot Tub Time Machine . But it's what he did with that career that's bringing him to Boston.
By: ROB TURBOVSKY  |  September 07, 2011

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On the road with the director of Bellflower

Big wheels
If you didn't think it was possible to get some stares from jaded onlookers here in the streets of Boston, you haven't been strapped into Medusa, a heavily modified '72 Buick Skylark equipped with a massive silver engine sprouting through its hood, a PA system, external surveillance cameras and, oh, twin exhaust pipes that shoot diesel-burning flame 30 feet into the air.
By: BRETT MICHEL  |  September 06, 2011

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