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    I Saw the Devil Early Reviews, Kim Jee-woon and Lee Byung-hun Interview: Vengeance is Mine

    Korean director Kim Jee-woon is the real deal. He's a smart visually canny director with a sharp sense of humor who adeptly plays with genres, from his sixth film, the wacky Oriental western hit The Good, The Bad, and the Weird to the serial killer thriller I Saw the Devil, which also features Good ...

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    Oscar-Winner Susanne Bier to Shoot All You Need is Love

    Susanne Bier has picked her follow-up to the Oscar-winning In a Better World. She will shoot comedy All You Need Is Love with a Danish cast on the Amalfi coast in Italy in May, she told Italian newspaper La Repubblica: "It's a tender story with a much lighter atmosphere than my previous works: enoug...

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    Oscars 2011: Best Foreign Language Film Winner In A Better World, Susanne Bier Talks

    Best Foreign Language Film: In A Better World, (Denmark) Director Susanne Bier (here's our interview)

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    Live at the Oscars: Supporting Actor Goes to Bale for The Fighter, In a Better World Wins Foreign

    "You're the best," Christian Bale says to the man he played in The Fighter, Dicky Eklund, as he accepts the best supporting actor Oscar, and pitches his website (UPDATE: which promptly crashed). Bale was considered the front runner and didn't have to campaign for the prize, as he was shooting a film...

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    France's Cesars Go To Of Gods and Men and Ghost Writer; No Impact on Oscar Index Video

    France's Cesar awards, much like the European Film Awards, gave a lot more credit to Paris-based filmmaker-in-exile Roman Polanski's The Ghost Writer than it has received stateside, where the Academy shut out the film. But the Cesars awarded best director, editing, score and adapted screenplay to th...

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    Mark Your Ballots: Anne Thompson Predicts Oscar Winners

    The Oscar polls closed on Tuesday at 5 PM. No more campaigning, lobbying or pitches for attention will make a difference now. It's all in the hands of the PriceWaterhousecooper counters, and will be revealed Sunday. Meanwhile the rest of us want to win our respective Oscar pools. This year, I must w...

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    Development Watch: Kiarostami's The End, Assayas's Carlos Follow-Up, Gatsby & Gretel in 3-D

    - Abbas Kiarostami, whose Certified Copy (starring Cannes Best Actress winner Juliette Binoche and William Shimell, above left) opens March 11, is developing The End, a Japanese-language relationship drama through MK2 Productions. MK2's Nathanael Karmitz says the film, to star Aoi Miyazaki, is a "co...

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    Poster Exclusive: Ozon 70s Comedy Potiche Stars Deneuve, Depardieu

    One of my favorite films at the Venice Film Festival was writer-director Francois Ozon's feminist 70s comedy Potiche, starring Catherine Deneuve and Gérard Depardieu. Here's an exclusive first look at Music Box Films' new poster for the American release on March 25.

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    New Directors/New Films Opens with Margin Call, Features Incendies, Happy, Happy, Attenberg, Octubre

    The Museum of Modern Art and the Film Society of Lincoln Center announce the 2011 New Directors/New Films Festival lineup, running March 23 - April 3. J. C. Chandor's Margin Call (here's our Sundance video interview) will open the festival and Maryam Keshavarz's Circumstance will conclude the festiv...

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    Berlin Dealbook: Godard, Holland, Bobby Fischer, Wong Kar Wai, Black Power Mixtape, Herzog's Next

    Julie Bertuccelli's The Tree, with Charlotte Gainsbourg, has gone to Zeitgeist Films for a NY and LA summer debut to be followed by national distribution. The film was Cannes' closing night feature. Set in Queensland, Australia, the film is based on Judy Pascoe's book Our Father Who Art in the Tree,...

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