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What I've learnt: Adrien Brody 'People say I have a sad face. It's been described as tragic, but I think that's a bit extreme'. Actor Adrien Brody, 42, became the youngest man to win a Best Actor Oscar in 2003 for his role in The Pianist. He played Salvador Dalí in Woody Allen's

Tribeca Film Festival Portraits Taking over downtown New York City through the end of this week, the Tribeca Film Festival brings in an enormous variety of stars—just look at the opening night film, the Nas documentary Time is Illmatic, and the closer, the Mark Ruffalo-Keira

Tribeca Film Festival, le stelle di New York fotografate da Fabrice Dall'Anese Tribeca Film Festival, le stelle di New York fotografate da Fabrice Dall'Anese. Il ritorno di Alien, l'Italia alla riscossa, le nuove star. I nostri incontri ravvicinati con i protagonisti del festival di New York, immortalati dall'obiettivo di Fabrice

Facing the music: Erwin Schrott Cooking for Mozart, watching Sinatra and learning the bandoneon – baritone Erwin Schrott on the music that inspires him, on and off the stage. Erwin Schrott. 'I can't live without music'. Erwin Schrott Photograph: Fabrice Dall'Anese/www.erwinschrott

Court exonerates mom in newborn's death, rules 6-day-old baby not a 'person' November 3, 2015 (LiveActionNews) -- Jennifer Jorgensen, the Long Island, New York, woman who was convicted of manslaughter in the 2008 death of her six-day-old daughter, has won her appeal by arguing that her daughter was not yet a person. Jorgensen

Justice Kennedy: Christians with convictions resigned under Hitler and they ... CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts, October 29, 2015 (LifeSiteNews) – U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy told a Harvard Law School audience that government employees with religious convictions about marriage should resign. The Ronald Reagan appointee

Tribeca Film Festival Portraits - Vanity Fair

Taking over downtown New York City through the end of this week, the Tribeca Film Festival brings in an enormous variety of stars—just look at the opening night film, the Nas documentary Time is Illmatic, and the closer, the Mark Ruffalo-Keira...

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Dan Stevens Gets a New Lease On Life, and an American Accent, in The Ticket - Vanity Fair

Imagine going through life with a face as handsome as Dan Stevens’s and not even knowing about it. Now imagine waking up one day and suddenly being able to see it—you probably wouldn’t be the same person anymore either, right. In The Ticket, which premieres this weekend at the Tribeca Film Festival, Stevens stars as a blind man who wakes up one morning and suddenly, for the first time, can see. It’s a change—or “the ticket” to a new life, as he explains in this exclusive clip above—that inspires him to pursue a better job, nicer clothes, and other trappings of a completely different person. Also starring Malin Akerman and Kerry Bishé, The Ticket premieres at the Tribeca Film Festival on Saturday, April 16.

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20 Cannes Films to Watch For - Vanity Fair

Despite a heavy police presence amid fears of terrorism and a forecast of many rainy days, the 2016 Cannes Film Festival gets underway on May 11, with an auteur-stocked lineup emblematic of the world’s most prestigious film festival. There are a lot of movies to sort through, but it's not as overwhelming if you divide it into three categories: the movies you'll be hearing about come awards season (think Carol ), the movies you'll be hearing about in a few weeks (think Mad Max:... Writer-director Jeff Nichols is no stranger to the Croisette—his films Take Shelter and Mud both screened here—but he is new to the subject matter of Loving, a look at the couple at the center of the landmark Loving v. Virginia Supreme Court... Nichols familiars Joel Edgerton and Michael Shannon are joined by up-and-coming Ethiopian-Irish actress Ruth Negga, so a promising cast is in place. But can Nichols, who has done lo-fi science-fiction films and coming-of-age mood pieces before this, acquit himself successfully in historical drama. Elsewhere, Cannes mainstay Marion Cotillard has two films at the festival, contemporary family drama It’s Only the End of the World and period romance From the Land of the Moon, and as her somewhat-surprise Oscar nomination two years ago for... Perhaps Jim Jarmusch —whose Broken Flowers won the Grand Prix here in 2005—can finally get himself in the American awards hunt with Paterson, a drama about a New Jersey bus driver, played by Adam Driver. ) And while we’re talking about American artists beloved by the French, what about Kristen Stewart in Olivier Assayas’s mysterious fashion industry ghost story, Personal Shopper. Those two did beautiful things together in Clouds of Sils Maria, which premiered at Cannes in 2014 and eventually made Stewart the first-ever American actress to win a César. There’s also Sean Penn’s humanitarian relief-worker drama The Last Face, starring Penn’s ex-fiancée Charlize Theron. Last year, Theron and her Mad Max: Fury Road gang kicked off Cannes with a bang. Maybe The Last Face, which screens surprisingly late in the festival, can end things on a high note. I’m also curious about Elle, which stars Isabelle Huppert, France’s answer to the question, “Qui est notre Meryl Streep. The Commercial Stuff While Cannes is famously devoted to complex international cinema, the festival also showcases some glossier, more mainstream (read: American) stuff, which is in no short supply at this year’s festival. Most intriguing is The Nice Guys, writer-director Shane.

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