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The Artist

Released:  2011

Cast:  Jean Dujardin, Bérénice Bejo, John Goodman, James Cromwell, Missi Pyle, Penelope Ann Miller, Malcolm McDowell

Oscar Wins:  Best Picture, Best Actor (Jean Dujardin), Best Director (Michel Hazanavicius), Best Original Score (Ludovic Bource), Best Costume Design (Mark Bridges) 1,169 more words

1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die

100 Word Review - The Artist (2011)

If you haven’t seen this already where were you in 2011? It is a masterpiece of silent filmmaking in the modern age.

George Valentin (Jean Dujardin) and his dog are silent movie stars at the peak of their career in Hollywood’s golden years. 60 more words

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Cannes: Berenice Bejo to Star in Marco Bellocchio's 'Sweet Dreams' (EXCLUSIVE)

Berenice Bejo will star in Italian auteur Marco Bellocchio’s new film, “Fai bei sogni,” on which Germany’s Match Factory has taken international sales.

Bellocchio last attended the Cannes fest in competition in 2009 with Mussolini-era drama “Vincere.” 148 more words


The Sonoma International Film Festival starts Wednesday—$15 tickets online now for many of the films

On Wednesday, the curtain rises on the 18th Sonoma International Film Festival (SIFF), pairing 5 nights and 4 days of film with the wine country’s exquisite food, wine and artisan beer.  623 more words


The married team behind The Artist return with a weightier tale

In The Search, French director Michel Hazanavicius and his actress wife Berenice Bejo team up once again, but in a far weightier tale than their previous collaboration, the Oscar-winning… 698 more words


Movie review: In wartime, boy loses his family — and his way

The Search

Three stars

Starring: Bérénice Bejo, Abdul-Khalim Mamutsiev, Annette Bening, Maxim Emelianov, Zukhra Duishvili

Directed by: Michel Hazanavicius

Running time: 149 minutes

Michel Hazanavicius turned back time with his 2011 silent film The Artist, which won the Oscar for best picture, best director and best actor. 434 more words


International Women's Day: 10 great film performances since 2010

On days such as today, it can feel like we are getting somewhere in the quest for gender equality. The sheer number of people talking about International Women’s Day is marvellously encouraging, and while there is still a LONG way to go, I believe we’re headed in the right direction. 1,324 more words