5. The Apartment (Billy Wilder, 1960)
It’s no secret that Billy Wilder’s brand of cynicism can be a beauty to watch, given the dour double-crosses of 912 more words
Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne’s “Two Days One Night,” won the Sydney Film Prize on the closing night of the Sydney Film Festival.
The film was chosen by a jury headed by Rachel Perkins and filmmakers Khalo Matabane (South Africa) and Oh Jung-wan (South Korea), film critic and curator Shelly Kraicer (Canada) and Australian actress Rachael Blake. 172 more words
Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne’s Two Days, One Night has taken the top prize at the Sydney Film Festival, trumping favourites such as Boyhood and Locke, 98 more words
L’enfant was my introduction to the Dardenne brothers. The 2005 Cannes Palm d’Or winner was a striking reminder of what film can do: introduce viewers to unfamiliar circumstances and experiences, or provide new ways of looking at the familiar. 439 more words