Grumpy Swedish Man Advances to Oscar Shortlist

A MAN CALLED OVE IS THE NUMBER ONE FOREIGN LANGUAGE ARTHOUSE RELEASE OF THE YEAR A Man Called Ove, Sweden’s most successful domestic film of all time, is now this year’s top grossing foreign language arthouse film in the U.S. with over 200 engagements in all major markets and a projected box office of over […]

Ronit Elkabetz Takes on an Uncompromising Portrait of a Woman’s Painful Struggle in GETT

I Will Not Be Stifled – The Struggle Is Real, Ladies Gett: The Trial of Vivane Amsalem In Israel, there is neither civil marriage nor civil divorce, and only Orthodox rabbis can legalize a union or its dissolution, which is only possible with the husband’s full consent. In the Golden Globe® nominated courthouse-drama, GETT: THE […]

German Fashionista Actress Hannah Herzsprung

Behind the fashion and the rich ménage-a-trois period film, Beloved Sisters -by Margarita Hannah Herzsprung’s film credentials are quite dramatic and eclectic, ranging from the sci-fi horror film, Hell (2011) to the Academy Award-winning drama, The Reader (2008) and most recently, the stunning rich period film, BELOVED SISTERS. It says a lot about Herzsprung to […]

Summer Cinema Wrap-Up

From Bats to Cats to Horses and More: There’s something for everyone this summer but we’ve narrowed down the ‘Hit and Misses’ of the summer so far. By Spencer Althouse If you’re looking to escape the summer’s heat and spend $13 for two hours of air conditioning, Dark Horse might be worth your time and […]

DVD of Week: Mesrine Public Enemy

While most you are drooling over the DVD release of Black Swan, you may want to pay particular attention to the critically acclaimed talent of Vincent Cassel. The man is an extraordinary French actor who’s film contributions not only include Black Swan, but also Irreversible, Le Heine, Shrek, Ocean’s 13, and many more.  Most recently, […]