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Lou Reed Concert Film Berlin Streaming Free Online for the Next Week

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0SzuZfOZnp4 Last laughs can be sweet, and according to music journalist, Anthony DeCurtis, his friend, the late Lou Reed, “reveled” in the critical drubbing that greeted his 3rd solo album, 1973’s Berlin. Not immediately, however. Berlin, which followed hard on the heels of Reed’s widely adored Transformer, had a painful, protracted delivery. This was due in part due to RCA execs getting cold feet about releasing Reed’s grim concept record as a double albu...
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Roman Polanski Joins EnergaCamerimage’s Emotional Tribute to Lenser Witold Sobocinski

Europe’s mainstay fest for cinematography, newly rechristened EnergaCamerimage, launched its 26th edition and a week of 241 film screenings in the Polish town of Bydgoszcz on Saturday with a guest appearance by Roman Polanski. The controversial but seminal director of classics such as “Rosemary’s Baby” and “Chinatown” took the stage to honor a longtime colleague, […]
Tags: Europe, News, Global, Roman Polanski, Chinatown, Bydgoszcz, Emmanuelle Seigner, Witold Sobociński, EnergaCamerimage


At Eternity’s Gate Trailer And Premiere Red Carpet Images

Willem Dafoe has had a career any actor would envy, but now he’s taken on a challenge that would have those same actors shying away from the possibilities, playing Vincent van Gogh. Of course, plenty of people have taken a shot at the artist before, but it takes a special level of ability to pull it off. Adding to the difficulty inherent in playing someone with, let’s say, a lot of struggles, is the fact that At Eternity’s Gate has a unique aim in mind when it comes to delivering one of the w...
Tags: Movies, Oscar Isaac, Vincent Van Gogh, Newsline, Eternity, Mads Mikkelsen, Willem Dafoe, Dafoe, Movie Previews, Emmanuelle Seigner, Isaac Rupert Friend Mads Mikkelsen, Darren Brade


At Eternity’s Gate Trailer Shows Dafoe’s van Gogh in Turmoil

BEGIN SLIDESHOW At Eternity’s Gate trailer shows Dafoe’s van Gogh in turmoil CBS Films has released the first trailer for At Eternity’s Gate, the upcoming biopic based on the life of legendary painter Vincent van Gogh. Check out the At Eternity’s Gate trailer below! Writer-director Julius Schnabel, whose 2007 biopic The Diving Bell and the Butterfly was nominated for four Academy Awards including Best Director, is bringing to life a journey inside the world and mind of a person who, despi...
Tags: Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Akira Kurosawa, Tim Roth, Van Gogh, Martin Scorsese, Vincent Van Gogh, Gogh, Kirk Douglas, Orient Express, Eternity, Paul Gauguin, CBS Films, Willem Dafoe, Movie News, Dafoe


At Eternity’s Gate Poster Reveals Willem Dafoe as Vincent Van Gogh

BEGIN SLIDESHOW At Eternity’s Gate poster reveals Willem Dafoe as Vincent Van Gogh CBS Films has released the first poster for the upcoming biopic based on the legendary painter Vincent Van Gogh, At Eternity’s Gate, which can be viewed in full below! Writer-director Julius Schnabel, whose 2007 biopic The Diving Bell and the Butterfly was nominated for four Academy Awards including Best Director, is bringing to life a journey inside the world and mind of a person who, despite skepticism, r...
Tags: Movies, Vincent Van Gogh, Orient Express, Eternity, Paul Gauguin, CBS Films, Willem Dafoe, Movie News, Dafoe, Vincent Cassel, Emmanuelle Seigner, At Eternity's Gate, Julius Schnabel, Rupert Friend Homeland, Stalin Mads Mikkelsen, Grand Budapest Hotel Quantum of Solace


"Roman Polanski's wife has rejected an invitation to become a member of the awards body behind the Oscars, extended weeks after it expelled her husband."

"French actress Emmanuelle Seigner accused the Academy of "insufferable hypocrisy" over the incident.... Seigner, who was one of 928 artists invited to join the Academy as part of a bid to boost diversity last month... said: 'I have always been a feminist. But how can I ignore the fact that a few weeks ago the Academy expelled my husband, Roman Polanski, in an attempt to appease the zeitgeist - the very same Academy which in 2002 awarded him an Oscar for The Pianist! A curious case of amnesia! T...
Tags: Law, Bbc, Oscars, Roman Polanski, Academy, Hypocrisy, Ann Althouse, Diversity Politics, Emmanuelle Seigner, Seigner


Roman Polanski's wife turns down offer to join Oscars body

Emmanuelle Seigner accuses the Oscars body of "insufferable hypocrisy" after her husband's expulsion.
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Roman Polanski's wife invited to join Oscars body

Emmanuelle Seigner is invited to become an Academy member, two months on from her husband's expulsion.
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watch the video for The Liminanas' "Shadow People" ft. Emmanuelle Seigner

French duo The Limiñanas are getting ready to release a new album in early 2018. Details are scant but the first single is "Shadow People," which features vocals from French actress Emmanuelle Seigner (The Diving Bell & The Butterfly). We've got the premiere of the music video... Continue reading… [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, Music News, Bill Pearis, Emmanuelle Seigner, The Liminanas


Eva Green in International Trailer for Polanski's 'Based on a True Story'

"You're in danger carrying this trust…" An official international trailer from France has debuted for the latest Roman Polanski drama titled Based on a True Story, which first premiered at the Cannes Film Festival this year. Most of the reviews were mixed to negative, despite two great performances, the story is redundant and bland and the film never amounts to much. Based on a True Story is about a famous writer, played by Emmanuelle Seigner, going through a tough time who hires a ghost wri...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, France, Cannes film festival, Camille Chamoux, Polanski, Eva Green, To Watch, Foreign Film, Emmanuelle Seigner


Cannes Film Review: ‘Based on a True Story’

It’s hard to talk about Roman Polanski’s “Based on a True Story” without revealing the twist, although it’s much harder trying to imagine anyone actually falling for it. A thin psychological two-hander between two writers, both of them women, this over-obvious metaphor for the creative process — never quite thrilling enough to qualify as a... Read more »
Tags: Reviews, Film, Festivals, Roman Polanski, Cannes film festival, Cannes Film Review, Eva Green, Emmanuelle Seigner


Roman Polanski’s Thriller ‘Based on a True Story’ Sells to Sony Classics

North American rights to Roman Polanski’s thriller “Based on a True Story” have been sold to Sony Pictures Classics. The French-language thriller will be distributed by Sony Classics in partnership with RatPac Entertainment. It’s the second deal for Sony Classics on a Polanski project following 2011’s “Carnage.” “Based on a True Story” stars Emmanuelle Seigner as... Read more »
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Toronto: Eva Green, Emmanuelle Seigner Star in Roman Polanski-Olivier Assayas’s ‘True Story’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Emmanuelle Seigner and Eva Green are set to star in Roman Polanski’s psychological thriller “Based on a True Story (“D’apres une histoire vraie”), which will be sold internationally by Lionsgate. Assayas, who nabbed the best director prize at Cannes for supernatural drama “Personal Shopper” is co-writing the film with Polanski. “True Story” turns on the... Read more »
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The 5 Most Stylish Films of All Time, Ever*

By Justin Fenner for GQ. courtesy of Warner Bros. To call menswear designer Alexander Olch a film buff would be a gross understatement. Olch, perhaps best known for his neckties, once told GQ that he doesn't own a television. "I watch everything via projector," he said. In fact, he's so dedicated to watching things on a big screen that he just opened up his own small movie theater in New York City called The Metrograph, where he'll screen a curated roster of prestigious films like Vertigo, Ente...
Tags: Berlin, New York City, Orson Welles, David Beckham, Lars von Trier, Gq, Huffington Post, Ibiza, Max Von Sydow, Oja Kodar, Donat, Cristiano Ronaldo Has Mankind, Metrograph, Alexander Olch, Justin Fenner, Warner Bros To



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