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One could be forgiven for worrying that Jon Stewart might direct his first movie with the same sense of intellectual superiority and moral indignation that infuses the Daily Show. 516 more words

Movie Review

Delayed ‘Evita’ Pushes Ahead For January Shoot (EXCLUSIVE)

MAR DEL PLATA — “Evita,” Pablo Aguero’s long-gestating pic about the strange but true 25-year odyssey of the corpse of former Argentine First Lady Evita Peron, is set to start principal photography in January. 198 more words

Markets & Festivals

INTERVIEW: My sit down with Rosewater's Jon Stewart, Gael Garcia Bernal and Maziar Bahari

Before Jon Stewart‘s directorial debut had its bow in front of audiences at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, the busy multi-tasker — along with journalist… 254 more words


Rosewater (2014) Review

Posted by: Anthony Wallace

In his directorial debut, actor and TV personality, Jon Stewart presents a story about a journalist who is following the Iranian elections. 617 more words

News And Updates

Flash Movie Review: Rosewater

Humor is the soothing balm that cures the mind’s ailments. A good laugh can expel the dark clouds that build up to weigh down one’s thoughts. 458 more words


Daniel Barnes @ the SN&R - 11/20/14 Issue


*After Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, it has become almost too easy to mock and dismiss the conventions of the traditional biopic. Although uneven as a comedy, Jake Kasdan’s 2007 parody so effectively spotlighted and skewered the hoary tropes of the genre that any film employing them with a straight face risks looking ridiculous. 111 more words

In Theaters

Rosewater - Using the Real Weapon

After violent protests broke out after irregularities in the 2009 Iranian election, journalist Maziar Bahari faced a choice: risk his life and career by videotaping totalitarian abuse, or drop his camera and run. 871 more words