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by - Nick Vivarelli - 10 January 2015

Francesco Rosi, Palme d’Or-Winning Italian Director, Dies at 92
Italian director Francesco Rosi, known for socially engaged investigative dramas, including 1972 Palme d’Or winner “The Mattei Affair,” and for his depiction of the complex roots of corruption in Italy, died Saturday at his home in Rome. He was 92.The cause of death was complications from...

by - Ben Kenigsberg - 11 December 2014

So Many Faces Make Up One Crowd
“Maidan,” filmed in and around Independence Square in Kiev during the protests of late 2013 and early 2014, is interested in the physical movement of a movement. This documentary from Sergei Loznitsa, perhaps best known in the United States for the fiction feature “My Joy,” forgoes...

by The Globe and Mail - Liam Lacey - 28 November 2014

Foxcatcher: A wrestling match with madness
The title Foxcatcher refers to the 800-acre Pennsylvania estate owned by the wealthy du Pont family, where hunters on horseback chased foxes through the fields and packs of beagles tore the prey to bits. This is the blood sport of the privileged, which Oscar Wilde characterized as “the...

by - Robbie Collin - 31 October 2014

Mr Turner : Spall is like a moulting, phlegmy Gruffalo.
Mr Turner, Mike Leigh's biopic of the artist, features Timothy Spall's finest performance since Secrets & Lies.In the new Mike Leigh film, Mr Turner, you can hardly miss the Mister. Joseph Mallord William is a sore thumb from the opening scene, where he’s sketching a windmill somewhere...

by - James Mottram - 26 September 2014

Maps to the stars: Burn, Hollywood, burn…
A script written in venom, Cronenberg on bullish form and a cast on full power; this is one of the best Hollywood take-downs ever mounted.