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Television... Couchsurfer: Witness Protection

The French do good thrillers - see Hidden by Michael Haneke, or Jacques Audiard's The Beat That My Heart Skipped in recent years. They also do good noir, so when they combine the two, as happened with crime series Les Temoins last year, the effects ... Irish Independent, 1 month ago

Let's talk about Dental Health

In this months SBS Sinhalese Cinema segment we have analyzed the award winning Austrian film director Michael Hanekes films. Cinema critic
 Special Broadcasting Service4 weeks ago Australia Rural Beauty- The Radio journey to remote Australia - Ngilgi caves in western Australia  Special Broadcasting Service1 month ago Weekly sports wrap- Srilanka vs Pakistan T20 and ODI update...  Special Broadcasting Service1 month ago

Nodutu Cinamawa - Director who invented new cinematic language - Michael Haneke

Dilini Iriyawala - A Melbournian young writer who has studied world literature joined SBS Sinhalese program to share her knowledge of world literature.
 Special Broadcasting Service1 month ago

TV Picks of the Week: July 5 to 11

Lauded around the world for the central pair's performances and gritty realism, Michael Haneke's 2012 drama is an unflinching, uncomfortable and heartbreaking tale of love in the face of adversity. Long, unblinking takes, natural lighting and sound ... month ago Picks of the Week: July 5 to 11 month ago

TV Is Not the New Film, But It's OK That Festivals Are Blurring the Lines (Opinion)

PETER DEBRUGE: Looks like Toronto is the latest film festival to add a television section to its lineup. These days, everywhere from Sundance to SXSW to the Canadian festival of festivals, smallscreen content is getting a big push, which is ...
 Variety4 days ago Film Festivals: TV's Next Frontier? (Opinion)  Variety4 days ago
Mature Times

August at the movies

Joyce Glasser gives us a round up of the August movies If Ruth & Alex, which was released at the end of July, makes it into August, it will mark the first time in film history when two English speaking films about a couple who have been married ...
 Mature Times1 week ago

Sinister 2 star James Ransone turns comic relief into lead role

The scary story James Ransone told me at the top of our interview had nothing to do with his new movie Sinister 2. After I apologized to him for a scheduling snafu due to the weirdness of life, he echoed my sentiment and shared he recently found ...
 Dvice.com1 week ago

Review: The Gift is a finely made psychological chiller

The Gift is much more than a boilerplate Hollywood horror film, says Raja Sen. There is much that can make a gift special. The contents. The occasion. The giver. The thought that, we're repeatedly assured, does count. The wrapping paper. The inscription. All of these things, in their own grand and intangible ways, matter a great deal to the overall experience of receiving a gift, and actor- turned-director Joel Edgerton seizes upon all of these rather skilfully in his directorial debut. The ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Review: Joel Edgerton's 'The Gift', a sly thriller that defies expectations  Examiner.com3 weeks ago REUTERS - Film Review: 'The Gift'  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago Film Review: The Gift  Variety1 month ago

Zurich Film Festival to Honor Director Mike Leigh

British director Mike Leigh , who has been Oscar nominated seven times, will receive the A Tribute to… Golden Eye award at the Zurich Film Festival , which runs Sept. 24 Oct. 4. Leigh will collect the award during a ceremony on Oct. 3 and also ...
 Variety1 week ago Mike Leigh to receive honour at Zurich Film Festival  Times of India1 week ago Zurich Film Festival: Mike Leigh to Receive Honor  Hollywood Reporter2 weeks ago
Film Journal International

Film Review: The Great Man

An intimate metaphysical drama depicting the traumas of war and emigration, and how they ricochet within France's own borders, Sarah Leonor's The Great Man ( Le Grand homme ) marks an assured sophomore effort following the director's well-received ...
 Film Journal International2 weeks ago
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