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Matthias Schoenaerts

As film fans, especially those that enjoy international and indie fare, you begin to root for certain actors and filmmakers to hit it big in Hollywood. In my case, I really enjoy the work of Matthias Schoenaerts and have always hoped that he’d finally …

As superficial and silly as it may seem, the title of a film can really help or hurt the project’s financial prospects. A great title can be memorable and instantly recognizable, leading to increased buzz and, hopefully, ticket sales. A terrible title …

The always elusive, Terrence Malick has been on quite the tear there the last few years. Between, 2011 and 2017, he release five films—” The Tree of Life” (2011) “To the Wonder” (2012) “Knight of Cups” (2015) “…

PARK CITY – Matthias Schoenaerts is back.  Well, you probably didn’t know he was gone, but the 41-year-old actor had taken most of 2018 off after shooting four movies in a row.  He returns with Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre’s “The …

PARK CITY – There have been renewed calls over the past decade for significant criminal justice reform in the United States. Everything from rehabilitation programs to private prisons to racial profiling in sentencing, among other topics, are und…

It’s that time of year again. No, we’re not talking about the holidays or awards season. Those are great and all, but we’re talking about Sundance trailers. That’s right, with the first major festival of 2019 already announced, we’re going to start see…

Exclusive: One of our most anticipated films coming in the next year or so is the new project from Steven Soderbergh. No, not “High Flying Bird.” His other, other new project — “The Laundromat.” And while we already know that Antonio Banderas, Gary Old…

Skateboarding on the cinematic spectrum of punk to mainstream, Danish filmmaker Thomas Vinterberg no longer wears ripped jeans. Once the co-conspirator behind the Dogme 95 manifesto with Lars Von Trier — a raw, minimalist, limitations-driven punk-cinem…

It has been six years since Thomas Vinterberg unveiled his Oscar-nominated psycho-drama “The Hunt” at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2012, though it feels as if it were just yesterday. READ MORE: Toronto International Film Festival: 22 Most…