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Aussiewood: The Portrait of a Lady (1996)

Director: Jane Campion

Stars: Nicole Kidman, John Malkovich, Barbara Hershey, Martin Donovan, Viggo Mortensen, Shelley Winters, Shelley Duvall, Richard E. Grant

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TV Hijacks Film Fests for High-Profile Bows

As rival top-tier film festivals across the globe began to program episodic television, Cannes’ artistic director Thierry Fremaux remained a notable holdout — until recently. 1,335 more words


Jane Campion's Croisette Return With 'Top Of The Lake': "Anything Seen On A Big Screen Is Right For This Festival"

It’d have been hard to guess, going into Cannes, that by far the most entertaining of my Croisette interviews would be with Jane Campion, and her… 338 more words

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Call it the Kidmanaissance: The never-ending career resurgence of Nicole Kidman is dominating Cannes

Nicole Kidman, who turns 50 this summer, is appearing in four separate projects at the Cannes Film Festival this year. Two are in competition for the Palme d’Or: in Yorgos Lanthimos’s The Killing of a Sacred Deer, she co-stars with Colin Farrell as parents beset by a mysterious evil force; and in The Beguiled, from Sofia Coppola, she plays a teacher at an all-girls school in the Civil War South who must decide what to do when an injured Yankee soldier (Farrell again) shows up on the doorstep. 844 more words


Jane Campion on Lack of Female Filmmakers, 'Top of the Lake: China Girl'

Jane Campion is a hugger. The Oscar winner, who punctuates every other sentence with a loud, earthy laugh, is so into physical affection that she won’t let a reporter from… 860 more words


Cannes Film Fest 70th Anniversary Family Portrait Captures International Cinema

The Cannes Film Festival held its 70th anniversary family portrait session this afternoon, with more than 100 veterans of the event posing for cameras. Prizewinners and jury members numbering 115 in total gathered outside the Palais for the snap above. 817 more words

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'Top Of The Lake' Star Elisabeth Moss On Series' Evolution & Film Festival Feats

Jane Campion and Gerard Lee’s Top Of The Lake can now boast two film festival firsts. When Season 1 debuted in March 2013, telling the story of detective Robin Griffin and her investigation into the disappearance of a young girl in New Zealand, it became the first TV miniseries ever screened at Sundance. 1,072 more words

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