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Secret identities get a workout in this summer’s movies

Hidden agendas
This summer, it's not enough for heroes to have superpowers; they have to suffer existentially as well.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  June 05, 2012


New England’s film festivals make great getaways

Escapist movies
We can't complain much here in the Portland area about the films we get to see.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  June 12, 2012


Films al fresco

Movie theaters make a great daytime escape from summer scorchers, but there's no need to waste a temperate summer night trapped in a crowded megaplex.
By: ARIEL SHEARER  |  June 06, 2012


An interview with director Eric Toledano

Talking Intouchables
While The Artist was busy scooping up accolades, adoration, and Oscars stateside, another film was busy winning the hearts and standing ovations of France.
By: CASSANDRA LANDRY  |  June 01, 2012


Winners and losers at Cannes 2012

Love Conquers All
"KIDMAN PEES ON EFRON!" lacks the historic heft of "GARBO TALKS!", but that's one of the contextually apt things that happens in Precious director Lee Daniels's florid 1969-set The Paperboy.
By: LISA NESSELSON  |  May 30, 2012

Cannes: Rust and Bone

Cannes turns 65 and shows no signs of retiring

Socialist security
Sixty-five is the age at which people think of retiring. Arguably the world's greatest film festival, Cannes — whose 65th edition began the day after beaming Socialist François Hollande was sworn in as President of France — has no such plans. This year it overflows with riches.
By: LISA NESSELSON  |  May 25, 2012


Interview: Richard Linklater messes with Texas in Bernie

Lone Star man
No matter how far he strays, Richard Linklater's heart remains in Texas.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  May 16, 2012


Interview: Seth Grahame-Smith emerges from the Shadows

Monster mash
He lingers in the shadows behind Dark Shadows, in the cobwebby abysses of AbrahamLincoln: Vampire Hunter, secretly writing the words that summon the horror — and spark the comedy.
By: ED SYMKUS  |  May 11, 2012


The LGBT film festival ranges from farce to fierce

Camping out
For many filmgoers, their exposure to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender cinema might be limited to a midnight screening of the Rocky Horror Picture Show.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  April 24, 2012


The ’90s auteur is back with Damsels in Distress, and he wants you in his club

Me and Whit Stillman down by the schoolyard
I attended a Catholic prep school in the early '90s filled with the scions of physicians and food czars.
By: EUGENIA WILLIAMSON  |  April 20, 2012


Interview: Gary Ross at the helm of Hollywood's next box-office darling

The Hunger artist
Gary Ross has not directed a lot of movies.
By: ED SYMKUS  |  March 20, 2012


Interview: Emily Blunt is hooked on Salmon Fishing

Reel deal
Emily Blunt's roles have included the sexually anarchic teenager of her debut in My Summer of Love (2004), the crime scene custodian in Sunshine Cleaning (2008), the Queen of England in Young Victoria (2009), and a lawn gnome in the animated Gnomeo & Juliet (2011).
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  March 07, 2012


Welcome to Suck City

Boston author Nick Flynn talks about the new movie based on his memoir — and how his Dad felt about being played by Robert De Niro
Plenty of books are turned into movies, but Scituate-born PEN-award winning poet, memoirist, and playwright Nick Flynn has had the slightly less usual experience.
By: THOMAS PAGE MCBEE  |  March 07, 2012


Mortensen rings up the Coolidge Award

Hail Fellowship Well Met
On Sunday, Viggo Mortensen dropped in at the marathon screening of the Lord of the Rings trilogy and regaled the gathered faithful with a song in Elvish.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  March 07, 2012


Interview: Coolidge Award winner Viggo Mortensen gets analytical

Veni, Vidi, Viggo
Unlike the Oscars, the Coolidge Awards never disappoint. Meryl Streep, Robert Altman , Jonathan Demme: each in his or her own way has shaped what's best in the movies.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  February 29, 2012


The blockbusters bloom early in 2012

Springboard to summer
In keeping with the winter that never was, summer comes early this year — on movie screens, at least, if not meteorologically — with the big blockbusters that usually wait until Memorial Day now appearing in March.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  February 27, 2012


The Forgotten Oscars 2012: A Celebration of Unsung Sci-Fi, Horror, and Action Films

Wherein we roll up our sleeves, get angry, and give The Academy a swift punch in the nuts
It's time to celebrate the Forgotten Oscars, where zombies sing, wood chippers cut body parts instead of lumber, and video cameras can kill.
By: MICHAEL NEEL  |  February 27, 2012


Will Harvey have his way with the Oscars again?

Beyond Help
Like Mitt Romney, the inevitable but unlovable Republican presidential nominee, The Artist looks like a sure bet for most of the top Oscars, which will be presented on February 26.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  February 27, 2012

BackTalk Tilda Swinton

Interview: Tilda Swinton talks about Kevin

Mother load
You never know what you're going to get with a film starring Tilda Swinton.
By: PETER KEOUGH  |  February 23, 2012


Interview: Woody Harrelson cops a plea for Rampart

Officer down
Woody Harrelson knows bad guys; Natural Born Killers and No Country for Old Men set the bar for charismatic villains.  
By: ED SYMKUS  |  February 15, 2012

Sundance - 2012

Sundance 2012 shakes off the angst

The light stuff
Two full production years following the market collapse in the third quarter of 2008, the tonal zeitgeist of films on display at the Sundance Film Festival — a reliable snapshot of independent filmmaking — has shifted from dark to light.
By: HARLAN JACOBSON  |  February 01, 2012

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