'Amour,' 'Camille Redouble' Top France's Cesar Nominations 20 weeks ago
One year after "The Artist" became the only film to win the top honor at both the Cesar Awards, France's version of the...
By Steve Pond
TheWrap's staffers don't watch "Elf" or "Miracle on 34th Street"; we watch "Gremlins," "Bad Santa" and Elvis' comeback special
"The Hobbit" is the likely frontrunner after the Academy releases its Makeup and Hairstyling shortlist; French art film "Holy Motors" should have been a contender
First half of AFI Fest brings the usual blend of arthouse cinema and Hollywood glitz; "Hitchcock," "Rise of the Guardians," "Silver Linings Playbook" draw kudos
Main NYFF lineup adds Michael Haneke's acclaimed drama "Amour," Brian De Palma's "Passion" and FDR drama "Hyde Park on Hudson," among others
The 2012 Cannes Film Festival honored Europeans and went for the emotion, but a crazy American film snuck in there too
Leos Carax's "Holy Motors," one of the festivals most acclaimed but divisive films, goes to the Indomina Group on the eve of the Cannes awards ceremony
Day 11: It's (almost) all over but the voting, and the two frontrunners in the Palme d'Or race appear to be the quiet, emotional "Amour" and the loud, crazy "Holy Motors"
Day 10: Steven Spielberg shows "Jaws" and says sharks have been very good for him, but audiences get unruly, and Pete Doherty talks frankly about making a movie on heroin
Day 9: The festival winds down with baffling movies, a Roman Polanski short and a giddy Kim Kardashian
Day 8: The wild and weird "Holy Motors" provides a shot of adrenaline, and Ken Loach doesn't want to watch his language
Big-budget zombie movie gets so lost in its global scale that it doesn't give us a flesh-and-blood hero who makes it all matter, despite Brad Pitt's best efforts