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Bruce Beresford

Jane Fonda: At 74, a Hippie for the First Time

Kristin McCracken | Posted 08.11.2012 | Entertainment
Kristin McCracken

Decked out in cascading silver locks and tie-dye, the ever-evolving Jane Fonda stars with Catherine Keener in Bruce Beresford's Woodstock-set Peace, Love and Misunderstanding.

Fonda's Summer Hit Opens: Peace, Love & Misunderstanding

Linda Hassler | Posted 08.07.2012 | Entertainment
Linda Hassler

If you're ready for a raucous ride on the innocent side of wild, see Academy Award winner Jane Fonda strut like the many fancy chickens she keeps in Peace, Love & Misunderstanding, opening in limited release this Friday.

Jane Fonda And Catherine Keener On "Peace, Love & Misunderstanding"

Laura Rowley | Posted 08.05.2012 | Fifty
Laura Rowley

In the film "Peace, Love and Misunderstanding," Jane Fonda plays Grace, a hippie mom to Catherine Keener's Diane, an uptight lawyer who has been estranged from her mother for two decades. When Diane's marriage fails, she shows up on Grace's doorstep in Woodstock with her two teens in tow.

Biopic Reveals Frank Lloyd Wright's Dark Past

Posted 12.08.2011 | Arts

It comes as no big surprise that Frank Lloyd Wright was dubbed "the greatest American architect of all time" by the American Institute of Architects. ...

Huff Post Review: A Trio of Films Offer Inspiration, but Only Two Deliver

Brad Balfour | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Brad Balfour

That Eat Pray Love failed to perform elevated the other pair of films by comparison -- both Nanny McPhee Returns and Mao's Last Dancer satisfied for very different reasons.

Kyle McLaughlin, Catherine Keener Attend 'Mao's Last Dancer' Screening (PHOTOS)

Posted 05.25.2011 | New York

Before it makes its American debut, Mao's Last Dancer was screened in front of a star-studded audience at the Crosby Street Hotel. Film stars Kyle Mc...

Movie Review: Mao's Last Dancer

Marshall Fine | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

I once had an editor question whether I meant it as an insult when I referred to a film as "middlebrow." The answer was yes. Bruce Beresford's Mao's Last Dancer is a middlebrow film.