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Jacques Audiard

Marion Cotillard and Matthias Schoenaerts: Rust and Bone's Tender Heart

Regina Weinreich | Posted 01.30.2013 | Entertainment
Regina Weinreich

Picture the saturated, happy colors of resorts in travel brochures. Now imagine the opposite, beaches in dour tones in perpetual off-season. That is the look of Rust and Bone.

Movie Review: Rust and Bone

Marshall Fine | Posted 01.20.2013 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

The visual trickery will catch your attention -- but it's the performance behind it that will hold you and move you in Jacques Audiard's Rust and Bone, opening Friday in limited release.

Rust and Bone: A Study in Self-Destruction and Identity

Greg Wetherall | Posted 01.16.2013 | Entertainment
Greg Wetherall

Where danger is no longer an option in the form of whale training, Stephanie is drawn, like a moth to the flame, to the volatile volcano that is Ali. He is a construct of unbridled testosterone and is completely temperamental. His temper trigger is slight and his fury explosive.

The Purple Prose of Rust and Bone

Brian Formo | Posted 01.06.2013 | Los Angeles
Brian Formo

With Rust and Bone, Jacques Audiard went smaller in scope and perhaps bets too much on the likeability of Cotillard as an actress, but his ability of using visuals to enhance his storytelling keeps him in an important class of current filmmakers.

WATCH: Marion Cotillard's Next Oscar?

The Huffington Post | Christopher Rosen | Posted 11.17.2012 | Entertainment

Pay attention to "Rust and Bone" this awards season, as it stands a chance to make some history for Marion Cotillard. The French star could become jus...

Cannes: The Home Edition

John Lopez | Posted 07.17.2012 | Los Angeles
John Lopez

Behold: the cerulean sparkle of the Cote d'Azur, the endless waft of chain-smoked Gitanes over the Croisette, the private yachts. Cannes. And its megaton line-up has arched the eyebrow of even the most indifferent cineastes this year.

An Academy Conspiracy Against Foreign Films?

Erica Abeel | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Erica Abeel

Perhaps the Academy's thinking is, why give its imprimatur to important works of artistry that detract from stories for 14 year-olds with game-changing effects?

Movie review: A Prophet

Marshall Fine | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

Some movies provide a light snack - and some provide a banquet, a feast of ideas, sensations and images that pull you into a world you never could (an...

France Mulls 'Psychological Violence' Ban

BBC News | Posted 05.25.2011 | World

If you insult your wife or husband repeatedly, you could soon find yourself in court if you live in France....

Cannes Favorite: Jacques Audiard's "The Prophet"

Karin Badt | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Karin Badt

"Your film has no message," I said to Jacques Audiard after the screening. "It is refreshingly free."