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Hamptons International Film Festival Review: ‘The Song of Names’ Starring Clive Owen, Tim Roth

Clive Owen, The Song of Names

A wartime drama of music and mystery, 'The Song of Names' emphasizes themes of faith, love, grieving, loss, and forgiveness, with historical references to Treblinka and the Holocaust.

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NYFF 2019, HIFF 2019: ‘Pain and Glory’ by Pedro Almodóvar, Starring Antonio Banderas

Antonio Banderas, Pedro Pedro Almodóvar, Pain & Glory

In a semi-autobiographical infusion of beauty and truth about artistic creation, Pedro Almodóvar crafts the sensitive, humorous and profound 'Pain and Glory.'

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57th New York Film Festival Review: ‘The Irishman’ Is Magnificent with an All-Star Cast

Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, The Irishman, World Premiere, NYFF 2019, Martin Scorsese

In short, The Irishman, with its combined efforts of genius artists, reflects like a unique gemstone faceted to strike in directed light the most stunning, unique colors. Look for its glorious release on Netflix in November.

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Fantastic Fest Exclusive Interview: Director of ‘Wyrm’ Moves From Short to Feature

Wyrm

Films at Fantastic Fest tend to be surprises. Wyrm, by first time feature filmmaker Christopher Winterbauer, delivers its share of the unexpected.   Austin’s Fantastic Fest, the largest genre film festival in the US, features horror, fantasy, sci-fi, action and just plain unusual films. In prior years it hosted the …

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