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Review: THINGS TO COME, Philosophy Teacher Isabelle Huppert Contemplates the Future

French filmmaker Mia Hansen-Løve, best known for tales of youth Eden and Goodbye First Love, teams up with iconic actress Isabelle Huppert for Things To Come, a quietly affecting story about a bourgeois middle-aged philosophy teacher and the big changes in her life.

Toronto 2016 Review: THINGS TO COME Ponders the Wilderness of Self with Supreme Gentleness

French filmmaker Mia Hansen-Løve teams up with iconic actress Isabelle Huppert for a quietly affecting story about a bourgeois middle-aged philosophy teacher and the big changes in her life.

TTTT: An American Film Geek's Top 10 for 2012

Amid fiscal cliffs and digital revolutions, we are all adrift on a sea of change. Never mind that your boat-mate may be a hungry Bengal tiger, sometimes it's hard enough just to keep your head above water.To date, I've viewed...

J Hurtado's Top Ten Movie Memories Of 2012

This is it, ladies and gentlemen. 450+ films later, it is time to decide on a top ten of the year, not an easy task I assure you. I've seen a lot of great films this year, and that's made...

See The Many Faces Of Denis Lavant In 5 Fresh Clips From HOLY MOTORS

With Leos Carax's mighty return to the cinematic medium continuing its U.S. roll out (today it opens in D.C., Chicago and a slew of other metropolitan areas), we've got six new clips to share with you from the film. Not...

Holy Moly! Here's a U.S. Trailer For HOLY MOTORS

People flipped for it at Cannes, they went apeshit for it at Fantastic Fest, heck, even the usually a-rod stiffs of the Upper West Side lovingly embraced its zaniness at the New York Film Fest. And now with Holy Motors...

Opening: HOLY MOTORS Rattles Cages and Delights the Senses

My top pick of the year (so far), Leos Carax's Holy Motors is a dazzling carousel of emotions, ricocheting from earnest entreaty to ridiculous physical humor to poignant tenderness to revealing intimacy to the silly and absurd. Really, it touches...

'I Live on an Island Called Cinema': Leos Carax Talks HOLY MOTORS

Leos Carax, once the wunderkind of French cinema, the heir apparent to the French New Wave, has made only five feature films in his almost 30 year career. He is roaring back to the scene with his fantastical new film...

HOLY MOTORS Wins Big At Sitges!

Leos Carax's Holy Motors won Official In-Competition Fantàstic Selection and Carax also took home the best director award earlier today at the Sitges Film Festival. The film also won awards in two other categories as well: the International Fantastic Film...

Australian Trailer For Leos Carax's HOLY MOTORS Is A Head Scratcher

One thing is certain: Leos Carax did not build his reputation by making conventional films and now that he's back on the big screen after a lengthy absence from feature films he's not about to change his m.o.Carax's Holy Motors...

EURO BEAT: Non-Interviews with HOLY MOTORS Director Leos Carax, Plus the Italian Fascist Propaganda Film Archive You've Been Waiting For

Following enormous hype (and no awards) out of Cannes, Leos Carax's Holy Motors has just been released in France, marking the return of one of the most important modern French filmmakers after a thirteen year hiatus. Naturally, the French press...

Cannes 2012 Review: HOLY MOTORS Shoots Past the Moon

With so many serious, dramatic and even generic (see Lawless) films in competition at Cannes, director Leos Carax's Holy Motors came as something like a 100 mph gust of fresh air. In fact, this sci-fi/comedy/I-don't-know-what-to-call-it is such a wild, weird...

Kylie Minogue Sings In Mind Bending Trailer For Leos Carax's HOLY MOTORS

Leos Carax's Cannes-selected Holy Motors is a weird one. And it's got itself a weird trailer to match. From dawn to dusk, a few hours in the life of Monsieur Oscar, a shadowy character who journeys from one life to...