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  • De Palma reminisces on the Hollywood 'genius' era

    On a sunny afternoon this past week at the Toronto Film Festival, Brian De Palma finishes holding court at a reporters round table. As he moves to the other side of the room, he pauses to admire one of the mural images from the iconic 1960 film "La Dolce Vita" that adorns the walls.


  • 'Hugo' editor Thelma Schoonmaker wins Gucci award

    Thelma Schoonmaker, a three-time Academy Award winner, was awarded on Friday the second Gucci award for women's achievement in filmmaking for her work editing `'Hugo."


  • Leading film critic Andrew Sarris has died at 83

    Andrew Sarris, a leading movie critic during a golden age for reviewers who popularized the French reverence for directors and inspired debate about countless films and filmmakers, died Wednesday. He was 83.


  • Film critic Andrew Sarris is seen here July 2, 2009, in his apartment in New York. Sarris, a leading movie critic during a golden age for reviewers who popularized the French reverence for directors and inspired debate about countless films and filmmakers, died June 20, 2012 at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital in Manhattan after complications developed from a stomach virus. He was 83. (Associated Press/The New York Times)

    Andrew Sarris, a celebrated movie critic, dies at age 83

    Andrew Sarris, a leading movie critic during a golden age for reviewers who popularized the French reverence for directors and inspired debate about countless films and filmmakers, died Wednesday. He was 83.


  • Leading film critic Andrew Sarris dies at 83

    Andrew Sarris, a leading movie critic during a golden age for reviewers who popularized the French reverence for directors and inspired debate about countless films and filmmakers, died Wednesday. He was 83.


  • Scorsese says all his future movies will be 3-D

    Martin Scorsese has become so enamored with 3-D filmmaking that he expects to use the technology in all his future projects.


  • Few inspired moments during predictable Oscars

    Nostalgia ruled at the Oscars, with the classic film homages "The Artist" and "Hugo" dominating with five awards each, Meryl Streep winning her first best-actress prize in nearly three decades and longtime favorite Billy Crystal returning as host.


  • Members of the cast of "Bridesmaids" Rose Byrne and Melissa McCarthy drink a toast to Martin Scorsese as they present an award during the 84th Academy Awards on Sunday, Feb. 26, 2012, in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)

    Predictable Oscars lean on nostalgia

    Nostalgia ruled at the Oscars, with the classic film homages "The Artist" and "Hugo" dominating with five awards each, Meryl Streep winning her first prize in nearly three decades, and longtime favorite Billy Crystal returning as host.


  • 'Hugo' claims first 2 Oscars with technical wins

    Martin Scorsese's Paris adventure "Hugo" won the first two prizes of the night at Sunday's Academy Awards, claiming the Oscars for cinematography and art direction.


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