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And the Oscar Goes To (Our Choices for the 2012 Oscars) by The Chair by Rob San Miguel on Feb 22, 2013The Oscars are just around the corner and so we decided to announce our very own choices on who should and may win the major awards.  Certainly, we are not Academy voters, but if we were, we would vote for these people.BEST FILMUse of Non-Free M...



And the Best Picture is… “Amour” (A Movie Review) by The Chair by Rob San Miguel on Jan 19, 2013Austrian director / writerMichael Haneke“Amour” or “What Happens after Un Homme et une Femme.”To reveal too much about Michael Haneke’s “Amour”is to take away much of the pleasure of watching this outstanding film.  I watched...



10 Things You Need to Know About the 85th Academy Awards Nominations by Tit for Tat on Jan 11, 2013Hey everybody! How are you all doing? So yeah, Pandora’s box was finally opened as Seth MacFarlane and Emma Stone unveiled the nominees for this year’s Academy Awards. For now, I’m still nursing a heartbreak due to Nicole KidmanR...



Amour By Michael Haneke Wins Palme d'Or At 2012 Cannes Film Festival! by The Entertainment Lifestyle on May 30, 2012French film "Amour" or Love is a 2012 film written and directed by Michael Haneke won the prestigious Palme d'Or award at the recently concluded 2012 Cannes Film Festival. Amour bested 21 other films under Competition. It stars Jean-Louis Trintignan...



La Pianiste by Pitik Bulag on Jun 26, 2011Highly recommended.  Storyline from IMDb.  Erika Kohut is a pianist, teaching music. Schubert and Schumann are her forte, but she’s not quite at concert level. She’s approaching middle age, living with her mother who is domineering then submis...



The White Ribbon (2009) by AUDITOIRE on Sep 17, 2010...a style in cuttingIn a clammy scene from Haneke's The White Ribbon (2009)...which starts off with a gravitating statement from Klara......and Martin, with eyes heavy as a bomb......I realize how Haneke's film style has drastically changed.I came i...



The White Ribbon (2009) by Magazine of Normative & Developmental Law on Dec 25, 2009The screenplay focuses on the children in a village in northern Germany just before World War I. According to Haneke, the film is about "the origin of every type of terrorism, be it of political or religious nature."...



“White Ribbon” dominates European Film Awards by The Daily Inquirer on Dec 11, 2009Winning three prizes including best film, Austrian director Michael Haneke’s “The White Ribbon,” a chilling exploration of the roots of Nazi terror, dominated the European Film Awards on Saturday. In the black-and-white film, a sinister series...



“White Ribbon” dominates European Film Awards by The Daily Inquirer on Dec 11, 2009Winning three prizes including best film, Austrian director Michael Haneke’s “The White Ribbon,” a chilling exploration of the roots of Nazi terror, dominated the European Film Awards on Saturday. In the black-and-white film, a sinister series...