A wish-fulfillment for those seeking adult content in its literal sense, as well as for feminist complainers, Le Week-End is one of its director’s three movies about grown-up relationships, with strong, even against-the-grain female roles. More »
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The Inter-Society will present Jack Kline, chairman, president and CEO of Christie’s operating companies, with the 2014 Ken Mason Inter-Society Award More »
Sometimes a filmmaker has to look a long time before finding a project that’s the right fit. And then he often has to wait an even longer time just to get it green-lit and off the ground. But every so often, the perfect project just falls in a filmmaker’s lap. Ready to go. That’s how Neil Burger (The Illusionist, Limitless) found himself attached to Divergent. More »
Middle East showdown: Yuval Adler’s ‘Bethlehem’ explores tense bond between Israeli agent and Palestinian informer
Less is more in Bethlehem, Israeli filmmaker Yuval Adler’s slick debut feature about an Israeli secret service agent and his teen Palestinian informer and the animosities that envelop them. More »
Last October, Hany Abu-Assad attended the New York Film Festival press screening of his latest movie, Omar, Palestine’s entry for the Best Foreign-Language Film Oscar. More »
Genius dog and his adopted son try to repair a hole in the space–time continuum in an amusing update of the 1960s cult cartoon. More »
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