A Remarkable ‘Ad Astra’ Cameo Happened Because Of The Director’s Cooking

‘Ad Astra’ Is A Majestic, But Frustrating Epic

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Harvey Weinstein finally launches Oscar campaign for his estranged child, ‘The Immigrant’

Telluride kicks off with a tribute to a masterpiece

James Gray on Cotillard, critics, and why ‘The Immigrant’ is his best film

Marion Cotillard gets the goddess treatment in ‘The Immigrant’ trailer

After A Decade Alone, An 85 Year-Old Man Placed A Want Ad For A Christmas Companion. Boy Did It Work.

Roundup: ‘Mandela’ goes to Washington

Roundup: ‘Inside Llewyn Davis,’ ‘The Butler’ compete at Camerimage fest

Marion Cotillard chases the dream in international trailer for ‘The Immigrant’

Roundup: Let the whisper campaigns begin

Cannes Review: Fifty shades of James Gray on show in exquisite ‘The Immigrant’

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US and France dominate a big-name Cannes Film Festival lineup

Cannes lineup includes Payne, Soderbergh, Polanski, Coens, Refn… and James Franco