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Tom Hardy Doesn’t Miss a Frame in the Pensive Thriller Locke

Posted Apr 24, 2014, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Manager

Tom Hardy Doesn’t Miss a Frame in the Pensive Thriller Locke

Can the merits of a man become unhinged by one moral misstep? In Steven Knight’s Locke, protagonist Ivan Locke’s (Tom Hardy)…

A Closer Look at This Year’s Sundance-Supported Oscar Nominees: Monsieur Lazhar

Posted Feb 24, 2012, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

A Closer Look at This Year’s Sundance-Supported Oscar Nominees: Monsieur Lazhar

Leading up to the 84th edition of the Academy Awards this Sunday, February 26, we’re profiling all seven of this year’s…

Alice Rohrwacher’s Corpo Celeste Explores the Perilous Intersection of Faith and Adolescence

Posted Jan 26, 2012, by Claiborne Smith

Alice Rohrwacher’s Corpo Celeste Explores the Perilous Intersection of Faith and Adolescence

It’s not technically true that Marta, the meek but intent girl at the heart of Alice Rohrwacher’s Corpo Celeste, is in every…

Tusi Tamasese Captures his Native Samoa in The Orator

Posted Jan 20, 2012, by Bridgette Bates

Tusi Tamasese Captures his Native Samoa in The Orator

Director Tusi Tamasese will trade in South Pacific sand for Sundance snow when he makes his first trip to the U.S. to screen…

Opinion: Susanne Bier

Posted Jan 28, 2011, by Eric Hynes

Opinion: Susanne Bier

If she were American rather than Danish, Susanne Bier would likely be one of the more recognizable filmmakers in the world. She…

Meet the Artists: Richard Ayoade

Posted Jan 23, 2011, by Claiborne Smith

Meet the Artists: Richard Ayoade

British comedian and filmmaker Richard Ayoade is perfectly aware how sappy and indulgent some coming-of-age films can be.

Q&A: Meek’s Cutoff

Posted Jan 22, 2011, by Amelia Nielson-Stowell

Q&A: Meek's Cutoff

The opening to director Kelly Reichardt’s film Meek’s Cutoff sets a grim scene – a group of pioneers arduously carries their…

Meet the Artists: Joe Swanberg

Posted Jan 22, 2011, by Claiborne Smith

Meet the Artists: Joe Swanberg

Judging from the coverage about them, you get the sense that some of the directors and actors associated with the mumblecore…

Opinion: Rodrigo García

Posted Jan 26, 2010, by Claiborne Smith

Opinion: Rodrigo García

A son of Nobel Prize-winning magical realist Gabriel García Márquez, Rodrigo García is an artist in his own right. His credits…

Q&A: Climate Refugees

Posted Jan 26, 2010, by Jeff Hanson

Q&A: Climate Refugees

It can be easy to assume that the world’s refugees are the unfortunate and senseless collateral damage of political, military,…

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