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Buzz: Sofia Coppola's 'Somewhere' Features "Breakthrough Performance" from Stephen Dorff

Indiewire's Anne Thompson has an early report from the Venice Film Festival on Sofia Coppola's new movie, Somewhere, and boy does it sound ... tags: Cinematical's_SmartGossip!elle_fanningFestival_ReportsSofia_Coppolasomewherestephen_dorffVenice_Film_Festival

A First-Timer's First Impressions of the Telluride Film Festival

The Telluride Film Festival was founded in 1974, which is an interesting coincidence, because that is the same year that I was founded. ... tags: Festival_ReportsNew_Releasestelluride

Telluride Review: Black Swan

It's fitting that Darren Aronofsky had to struggle for years to get Black Swan made. A movie about a ballerina's agonizing quest for ... tags: barbara_hersheyblack_swandarren_aronofskyDramaFestival_ReportsFox_SearchlightIndependent

Danny Boyle's '127 Hours' Labeled "Too Intense" After Medics Called to Screenings

Back in 2003, Aron Ralston went canyoneering in Blue John Canyon. When a loose boulder wound up tumbling on top of him, crushing his arm, ... tags: 127_HoursAron_RalstonChristDanny_BoyleFestival_ReportsFox_SearchlightJames_Franco

Edinburgh Review: The Extra Man

From directors Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini, who made a confident debut with 2003's American Splendor only to follow up with ... tags: American_SplendorFestival_Reportsjohn_c._reillykatie_holmeskevin_klinepaul_danorobert_pulcini

Cannes Review: Two Gates of Sleep

American cinema has been fairly thin on the ground this Cannes Film Festival. Outside of three of the out-of-competition slots taken by ... tags: Alistair_Banks_Griffinbrady_corbetCannescannes10David_CallFestival_ReportsGates

Cannes Review: Chatroom

Based on a play by Enda Walsh, Chatroom, like so many of the titles in this year's Cannes selection, could have been ripped from the ... tags: Aaron_JohnsonCanneschatroomEnda_WalshFestival_Reportshideo_nakataTheatrical_Reviews

Cannes Review: Tamara Drewe

He's one of Britain's finest directing talents, and he's not a fan of repeating himself. Stephen Frears adapts a comic strip for his ... tags: Cannescannes10Dominic_CooperFestival_ReportsGemma_ArtertonLuke_Evansroger_allam

Tribeca Review: Zonad

The moment Zonad clicked for me was about halfway through, when Cinematical editor Erik Davis leaned over and whispered, 'This is like a ... tags: ComedyFestival_ReportsIndependentjohn_carneykieran_carneyNew_ReleasesTheatrical_Reviews

Tribeca Review: Monogamy

As film festival titles go, Monogamy doesn't exactly grab you. A movie about two people in a committed relationship who don't sleep with ... tags: chris_messinadana_adam_shapiroDramaFestival_ReportsIndependentmonogamymurderball

SXSW Review: American: The Bill Hicks Story

Even Bill Hicks' adoring mother wasn't sure what to make of him. 'Bill was -- I don't know -- he was interesting,' she says in American The ... tags: americanAmericanTheBillHicksStorybillBillHicksbill_hicksDocumentaryFestival_Reports

SXSW Review: Elektra Luxx

Writer director Sebastian Gutierrez premiered his film Women in Trouble at SXSW last year, and now he's back with Elektra Luxx, which picks ... tags: AdriannePalickiadrianne_palickiCarlaGugunioCarla_GugunioComedyElektraLuxxElektra_Luxx