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‘Uncut Gems’ and ‘Bombshell’ Soar, Malick’s ‘A Hidden Life’ Drags

This pre-Christmas weekend often launches awards contenders into limited release ahead of wider audience attention. Both “Uncut Gems” (A24) and “Bombshell” (Lionsgate) gambled and won, clicking with strong New York/Los Angeles performances.On the other hand, Terrence Malick’s “A Hidden Life” (Fox Searchlight), though never expected to have the same potential, fell far short of its […]

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Kristen Stewart’s ‘Seberg’ Gets Awards-Season Release From Amazon

Amazon Studios is dating Benedict Andrews’ Jean Seberg biopic “Seberg,” starring Kristen Stewart as the Hollywood actress turned political target of the title, for award season prime time on December 13. (Deadline has the scoop.)Poorly reviewed out of the film’s world premiere at the Venice Film Festival, Andrews’ true-to-life drama about Seberg’s frantic descent into […]

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Kristen Stewart to Receive Zurich Film Festival’s Golden Eye Award

Kristen Stewart will be honored with the Golden Eye Award at the Zurich Film Festival. Her latest movie, “Seberg,” about American actress and French New Wave icon Jean Seberg, plays at the festival. Stewart and “Seberg” director Benedict Andrews will be in town for the movie’s Swiss premiere. It had its world premiere at Venice.“Although […]

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The IndieWire Tiff 2019 Bible: Every Review, Interview, and News Item Posted During the Festival

Lineup and Pre-Festival Announcements and NewsTiff 2019 to Open With Premiere of Music Doc ‘Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band’Tiff Reveals First Slate of 2019 Films, Including ‘Joker,’ ‘Uncut Gems,’ ‘Knives Out,’ and MoreTiff 2019 Reveals Full Canadian Lineup, Including 26 New Films and David Foster TributeTiff 2019 Announces Platform Lineup, Including New […]

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‘Seberg’ Review: A Paranoid Kristen Stewart Can’t Save This Breathlessly Awful Biopic

A fitting punishment for anyone who felt that “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” didn’t lavish enough love upon the late Sharon Tate, Benedict Andrews’ “Seberg” is proof enough that extra screen time isn’t the secret to a more satisfying cinematic séance.Which isn’t to say that this scattered look at the last years of Jean […]

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