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    Ida-Road to Divinity Via the Sins of the Past

    An immaculate life of solitude and devotion to God is a commitment marked by sacrifice for which not many are prepared. Giving up mundane and carnal pleasures for a state of plentiful spirituality is not simple undertaking. There must be no doubt, no curiosity to experience the world outside the val...

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    Interview: Ida by Pawel Pawlikowski

    There were two ways to look at this film: as a conceit, as in, “what a great story – a girl about to take her vows in the convent which raised her discovers she is Jewish and returns to the society which destroyed her family” -- or as a journey of a fresh soul into the heart of humanity and finds th...

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    Exclusive: 'Ida' Is Forever In Clip From Pawel Pawlikowski's Award Winning Film

    With awards from TIFF, London Film Festival, the American Society of Cinematographers and more, there's no doubt that "Ida" has been universally adored. But if you're looking for a more personal assessment, be sure to read our review, wherein Jessica Kiang calls it "a small, quiet, polished...though...

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    Review: Pawel Pawlikowski's Striking, Evocative 'Ida'

    From the opening moments of “Ida,” the Polish film from director Pawel Pawlikowski, it’s clear that we’re in for something unusual. Shot in a boxy aspect ratio, in rich, complex black and white, the film isn’t simply stylistically arresting, however; these first few moments find us in a quiet cloist...

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    Summer Movie Preview: 40 Most Anticipated Films

    The temperatures are rising, the coats are going into storage, and the TV spots are getting more prevalent. That's right, it's almost time for summer movie season again. The months of May through August are traditionally the biggest in the multiplex calendar, but the lines have become increasingly b...

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    Watch: Beautiful U.S. Trailer For Pawel Pawlikowski’s 'Ida'

    "Absolutely stunning, one of the year's best films," declared our own Oliver Lyttelton (as you'll see below in the new trailer) when he saw Pawel Pawlikowski's "Ida" at the BFI London Film Festival last year. And Jessica Kiang was taken with the movie as well at the Marrakech Film Festival, calling ...

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    Marrakech Review: The Thoughtful, Artful, Award-Winning 'Ida,' From Director Pawel Pawlikowski

    From the opening moments of “Ida,” the Polish film from director Pawel Pawlikowski—that plays in competition at the Marrakech Film Festival, but is already trailing awards from TIFF (FIPRESCI critics award) and Warsaw (Grand Prix), having also elicited a rave from our own Oli Lyttelton when he saw i...

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    Sundance 2014 Unveils Spotlight, Park City at Midnight, New Frontier and Sundance Kids Lineups

    Sundance has unveiled the films selected to screen in the 2014 Sundance Film Festival out-of-competition sections Spotlight, Park City at Midnight, New Frontier and new ‘Sundance Kids’ section of films for younger audiences. The fest takes place January 16-26 in Park City, Salt Lake City, Ogden and ...

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