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Video artist Elizabeth Price, who uses collage and clutter to explore people's relationship to consumer culture, was named the winner of British art's much-coveted _ and much-mocked _ Turner Prize on Monday.
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"Anna Karenina" is that rare film adaptation that stands on its own as a vital work of art, and not merely a retelling of a canonical tale. A bold, inventive reimagining of the Tolstoy novel, director Joe Wright's new film still manages to stay remarkably true to the emotional and lyrical core of its classic source.
Keira Knightley's language was anything but prim and proper when she discovered what director Joe Wright had planned for "Anna Karenina," their latest period drama together.
As a kid, Chris Pine used to be afraid of the bogeyman. Now he fights one on the big screen.
All the world's a stage, very literally, in Joe Wright's wildly theatrical adaptation of "Anna Karenina."
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Sundance is the festival for low-budget filmmaking. Cannes and Venice are glitzy industry showplaces. The Toronto International Film Festival is both of those and everything in between, but mostly, it's a place for ordinary cinema lovers to see a lot of great movies.