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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Paul Giamatti
Films featuring Sean Penn, Frances McDormand, Paul Giamatti, Jesse Eisenberg, Tracy Morgan and Melissa Leo are among late additions to next month's Sundance Film Festival.
Idealism loses out to cynicism in George Clooney's political drama "The Ides of March," which opens the Venice Film Festival.
Idealism loses out to cynicism in George Clooney's political drama "The Ides of March," which opened the Venice Film Festival on Wednesday.
Actor, screenwriter and director Thomas McCarthy has built a solid reputation as a talented storyteller in the past decade, thanks to the small and touching films he has made on shoestring budgets.
The Facebook tale "The Social Network" has won top honors at the Golden Globes with four prizes, including best drama and director, solidifying its prospects as an Academy Awards favorite.
'Barney's Version,' which made its debut at the Venice Film Festival's last main day, spans four decades in the life of a flawed man and took 10 years to reach the screen.
Harvey Pekar, whose autobiographical comic book series "American Splendor" portrayed his unglamorous life with bone-dry honesty and wit, was found dead at home early Monday, authorities said.
"Harvey was one of the most compassionate and empathetic human beings I've ever met," Giamatti said in a statement.
"If he needs to get deeper in the scene, he turns it inside out. It becomes like a Picasso painting, and you follow him. He knows what he is doing," Giamatti said of working with Hoffman.