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Before he became the director of such grim and punishing movies as "Hunger," "Shame" and the Oscar-winning "12 Years a Slave," Steve McQueen was primarily known as a visual artist specializing in visceral video installations and short films that brought him much acclaim, including the Turner Prize in 1999. In a return of sorts to his artistic roots, McQueen has created a short-film installation featuring pop star Kanye West that is set to be unveiled Saturday at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
17.02.2012 A look back at UN HOMME ET UNE FEMME | A MAN AND A WOMAN by Claude Lelouch
Movie makers should pay attention to the elegant storytelling of this 1966 French film by Claude Lelouch, which stars Anouk Aim
15.12.2010 A woman director faces many biases: 'Turning 30' filmmaker
Women work in almost every department of filmmaking in Bollywood these days but still have to face prejudices, says debutant director Alankrita Srivastav who is ready with 'Turning 30' - which she calls a slice of her own life.
18.09.2017 If a woman can make a baby, she can surely make a film: Tisca Chopra
New Delhi, Sep 18 A lot has changed for women in Bollywood, but Tisca Chopra feels there are still miles to go. The actress says women need to take things in their hands and start "writing, producing and directing" to script a positive change in the industry.
02.10.2017 Judi Dench is the queen of British film
Judi Dench's memorable film roles range from 007's steely boss M in multiple James Bond epics, an Oscar-winning eight-minute supporting turn as Queen Elizabeth I in "Shakespeare in Love" and a determined woman searching for the grown son she lost in infancy through a church-forced adoption in "Philomena." Whether she's performing with a twinkle in her eye, an involuntary break in conversation or a slight sob, she always conveys a combination of excitement and believability.
18.02.2015 Raves for Blanchett, mixed chances for Ozcar nominees, Fifty Shades dominates: Short Cuts
It might be a movie about Cinderella but Cate Blanchett✓ is getting all the glowing reviews for playing the evil stepmother in Disney's live-action fairytale which has debuted at the Berlin Film Festival. The Hollywood Reporter says she pulls off "a superb balancing act" as Lady Tremaine Cinderella - "making the stepmother archly amusing with her world-weary imperiousness but also giving her a tang of desperation and tiny hints of a less refined woman beneath all the manufactured poise".