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    Honor Roll 2011 | Tilda Swinton Completes Her "Mother Lode Trilogy" With "We Need To Talk About Kevin"

    For the third consecutive year, Tilda Swinton has given us one of the year's best performances.

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    Tilda Swinton On Exploring The Lack Of Maternal Instinct In 'We Need To Talk About Kevin' & Winging It

    "To this day, I'm winging it," declared Oscar winner Tilda Swinton at a Q&A following a recent screening of "We Need To Talk About Kevin" in New York City, referencing her lack of proper training as an actor. While it is a truthful exclamation, it's ultimately a ...

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    'Melancholia' Wins Best Film At European Film Awards; Ties 'The King's Speech' For Most Awards

    While it has pretty much zero influence on the awards season stateside, the European Film Awards, which are essentially the Euro version of the Oscars, presented their winners tonight and it looks like Lars Von Trier's brief moment as a pariah is over.

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    The Box Office Success Stories of 5 UK Indies

    As the British Independent Film Award nominations made clear last week, it's been a considerably strong year for independent film in the UK. From Steve McQueen's "Shame" and Lynne Ramsay's "We Need To Talk About Kevin" to Paddy Considine's "Tyrannosaur&q...

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    Watch: Happy Halloween, It's Another Grim Trailer For 'We Need To Talk About Kevin'

    The biggest movie showdown of the winter won't belong to Lisbeth Salander and the evil she faces, nor Sherlock Holmes versus Moriaty or even Ethan Hunt and the enemies pursuing. Nope, it will belong to Tilda Swinton and Ezra Miller, who match wits to tragic results in Lynne Ramsay's "We Need To Talk...

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    The Amazing Race: 'Shame' & 'Tinker Tailor' Lead Noms At British Independent Film Awards

    Paddy Considine's 'Tyrannosaur' Also Wins Seven Nods, 'Kevin' & 'Kill List' Close BehindWhen "Chariots of Fire" writer Colin Weiland announced on stage at the 1982 Oscars that "The British are coming!," it went on to live in infamy; the British failed to come, and the U.K. film industry continued on...

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    Another Gorgeous Poster For Lynne Ramsay's 'We Need To Talk About Kevin'

    Picture Wins Best Film At The London Film FestivalSitting alongside "Shame," Lynne Ramsay's triumphant return to filmmaking "We Need To Talk About Kevin" ranks as one of the most difficult Oscar contenders this year. But don't let that stop you from seeing the film. Led by (yet another) powerful tur...

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    Lynne Ramsay's Next Film Is A Science-Fiction Take On 'Moby Dick'

    As we've documented more than once here, it has been far, far too long since we had a film from Scottish director Lynne Ramsay. She made her debut with the excellent "Ratcatcher" in 1999, and followed it with the even better "Morvern Callar" in 2002. But since then, not much -- the actress worked on...

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    Baz Luhrmann's ‘The Great Gatsby’ Will Hit Theaters On Christmas Day, 2012

    'We Need To Talk About Kevin' Moves Back One Week To December 9thNext year, you're going to have make a decision on Christmas Day: the brand new movie from one of America's most celebrated filmmakers or a literary adaptation from Australia's master of big screen spectacles? And oh yeah, Leonardo DiC...

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