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What “The Artist” Taught Us About The Importance of Silent Film.

If you needed a reminder of the importance of preserving film history, it was driven home by “The Artist’s” big wins during this weekend’s Academy Awards. Writing in The Guardian, film critic Pamela Hutchinson says Michel Hazanavicius’ mostly silent tribute … Continue reading

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How The Oscars Might Still Surprise Us.

Writing in The Wrap This Morning … … film critic Steve Pond offers some prescriptions on how the 94th annual Academy Awards might still surprise us. For instance, when it comes to Best Actor, Pond writes that George Clooney was … Continue reading

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“The Artist” Takes London Honors.

British filmgoers may have complained about the lack of dialogue, but that didn’t stop “The Artist” from taking honors at the London Film Critics’ Awards. The Wrap has the skinny: “The Weinstein Co. film won three prizes, including Film of … Continue reading

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