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Favorite Film Friday: Midnight in Paris

Midnight in Paris follows Gil and his fiancé, Inez, as he tries to write his first novel while also appeasing Inez and her parents. Obsessed with the past, he is transported to 1920s Paris and gallivants with his idols (the Fitzgeralds, Dali, Picasso…) and through his explorations of the past, finds clarity in his present. 382 more words

[Video] Oscars 2003: Adrien Brody speech.

A few months ago through our facebook page, Spanish fans asked me to translate in spanish the speech of Adrien Brody at the Oscars 2003. 59 more words

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The Pianist: An Interview with Adrien Brody.

Article Archive: January 02, 2003.

The Freedom to Wait
Adrien Brody wears silvery sneakers with his black suit. He looks slightly weary, and awaits his pancakes. 2,801 more words

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The Village

I am a tad bit late on getting to finally watch this movie after so many years of wanting to see it. I mean common, the whole concept of something eerie going on in some little community out in the woods just sounds like a cool idea for a film. 903 more words

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April 14: Happy Birthday Julie Christie and John Gielgud

Julie Christie, who celebrates her 77th today, has won every major Best Actress honor (Oscar, Golden Globe, SAG Award, BAFTA Award) in the English-speaking world.  1,143 more words

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PODCAST: Imagination Series

Interviews with the program host and one of the judges, Adrien Brody plus the filmmakers whose international winning entries were showcased at the Tribeca Film Festival 2013 edition.

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My Childhood as The Brothers Bloom

As far as good films go, I have seen many, of tiffinboxes, milkshakes poetry, talkative Jewish men, talkative French women, concierges from hotels atop glass mountains, tales long and drawn, but if one bears a bookmark in the confident filmmaker’s tune, there is one known for Penelope and The Brothers Bloom. 923 more words

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