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Bright Star (Campion, 2009)

Atoning for a past of artful but turgid films choking on their own bloated sense of importance, director Jane Campion delivered her finest work to date with  521 more words

Janet Patterson Dies: Costume Designer & Jane Campion Regular Was Four-Time Oscar Nominee

Janet Patterson, a costume designer who worked on several Jane Campion films and amassed four Oscar nominations over a 30-year career, has died. Rocco Hindman, head of the agency that repped Patterson, told the Associated Press that she died recently in Australia but did not provide details, including her age. 248 more words

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April 2nd, 2015

So, latest movie marathon – something for everyone!

Tea with Mussolini, Franco Zeffirelli (1999)– the combination of Dame Judi Dench and Maggie Smith never fails to satisfy. 452 more words

Film Reviews

Top of the Lake : What to watch on Netflix 

Top of the Lake is a mini series co-written and co-directed by Jane Campion. I have decided to always watch whatever Campion makes after loving her two movies ‘In the cut’ and ‘Bright Star’. 398 more words

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Female Filmmaker Friday Podcast: Episode 1 - Jane Campion

I’m very excited to be bringing Female Filmmaker Friday back! This time, however, it’s back in the form of a podcast. To launch my very first podcast I decided I must start with one of my favorite film directors: Jane Campion! 61 more words

Female Filmmaker Friday

(Film) Bright Star

By David Nilsen

Bright Star (2009) is a film of such tender, unguarded emotion, about such honest, bare affection, it could be written off by an immature viewer as a flight of romantic fancy. 886 more words

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Film of the Week: "Sweetie"

Jane Campion’s debut film Sweetie is about a woman named Kay (Karen Colston), and the dysfunctional relationship between herself and her family, specifically her sister Dawn (Genevieve Lemon), a.k.a., Sweetie. 1,058 more words

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