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'Lion' Nabs Best International Film At Evening Standard British Film Awards

Riding a wave of critical acclaim as Oscar season ramps up, The Weinstein Company’s Lion, starring Dev Patel and directed by Garth Davis, received the Award for “Best International Film” at the London Evening Standard British film awards. 173 more words

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'Lion' Director Garth Davis On His Journey Through Saroo Brierley's Life & Rooney Mara's Magnetic Humanity

An Australian director known for Top Of The Lake, Garth Davis has made an impression this season with The Weinstein Company’s Lion, his feature film debut. 2,054 more words

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Google this: Lion quietly tells the story of an Indian orphan's search for home

It’s a small world, but you can still get lost in it. That’s what happened to five-year-old Saroo (Sunny Pawar) in 1986, when he got trapped alone in a train carriage in the central Indian city of Khandwa, and wasn’t able to escape until a stop in Calcutta, 1,500 kms away. 606 more words

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22nd Annual Critics Choice Awards Red Carpet Wish List Part 6

We never know who is going to show up on the Critics Choice Awards red carpet. We don’t usually see all the nominees show up which makes me think that Annette Bening won’t make an appearance. 724 more words

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Film Review: Lion

2016 has seen a bit of a revamp of the biopic as a genre – Jeff Nichols’ stellar Loving finds the simple truths within the everyday moments of its subjects, while… 887 more words

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Nicole Kidman Writing Book Exposing Tom Cruise & His Scientology Secrets — Report

Well this is going to be juicy! Nicole Kidman is reportedly writing a tell-all book about her years married to Tom Cruise. Even better, the book allegedly reveals secrets about scientology, according to a new report. 308 more words

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Review: Lion, 2016, dir. Garth Davis

I found the experience of Lion frustrating, but it took me time to understand the depths of my frustration. The film works for about an hour, its first hour, where young Saroo Brierly winds up lost in Calcutta, a place where he knows neither a soul nor a word of the language spoken; the terror he feels at his plight is impressed well upon the audience, and the story is told without much by way of artifice. 51 more words

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