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Topic - George Valentin
The world should plan on hearing a lot more from Jean Dujardin, the handsome and expressive actor whose portrayal of a silent film star has won him acting's top honor.
The Oscar telecast takes hours, but it's the moments we remember.
To create the Oscar-nominated costumes for "The Artist," designer Mark Bridges had to think in both color and black and white.
Washington Times film critic Adam Mazmanian sifts through the year's releases and offer his 10 favorite movies of 2011.
Filmed as a silent movie (with a few notable sonic intrusions) and presented in black and white in the boxy 1:33 aspect ratio, "The Artist" pays tribute to the high style of silent film.
It took a French filmmaker to bring Hollywood's golden age back to glorious life.
The talk Sunday at the Cannes Film Festival was about the movie that doesn't talk: a silent film about a 1920s Hollywood star toppled by the age of talkies.
"Wow! Amazing! Thank you! Great!" he said, along with that much saltier word. "Thank you very much! I love you!"