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Oscar Nominations: The Academy Is a House Divided
Finally, the Oscars look like America: in total disagreement with itself.
Director On His Oscar-Buzzy Masterpiece
“My only criterion, when making a film, is ‘What do I like? What gives me a hard-on, artistically and narratively?’”
The Stories Behind the Songs in
Writer-director Pawel Pawlikowski goes deep on the folk songs at the heart of his tale of star-crossed lovers.
’s Joanna Kulig Is About to Beguile America
The breakout star, already a paparazzi magnet in Poland, is the kind of enigmatic screen goddess one could only find in cinema’s halcyon days.
Is a Stunning Love Story
Pawel Pawlikowski’s follow up to the Oscar-winning
is a passionate heartbreaker told through music and across decades.
Everything You Need to Know About the Pivotal Summit From
Wednesday’s “The Summit” takes place during Mikhail Gorbachev’s visit to the U.S. in December 1987.