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Michel Hazanavicius 'The BFG' - Red Carpet Arrivals - The 69th Annual Cannes Film Festival
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Michel Hazanavicius Red Carpet Portraits - The 69th Annual Cannes Film Festival
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Michel Hazanavicius Opening Season Gala - Ballet National de Paris - Photocall
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Oscar Pictures: Michel Hazanavicius Looks Ready to Win

By Deena Bustillo on
Michel Hazanavicius arrived at the Oscars tonight looking ready for a big win. The Artist director, who's nominated for Best Director, wore a dapper suit and bow tie for the event. He looked cool and collected ahead of the show, perhaps because his film has already cleaned up on the award show circuit this year so his confidence is up.He arrived at the ceremony with wife Berenice Bejo, who looked gorgeous in a light green gown. The beaded number was absolutely stunning. She'll be pulling for...Read Full Story

Screening Room: Hedlund's Big 2012, Olsen's Horror Flick, and a Royal Red Carpet

By Joe Robberson on
(Getty Images, FlyNet Photos, Bauer Griffin)Trailer of the WeekSilent House - March 9, 2012Breakout star Elizabeth Olsen's follow-up to Martha Marcy May Marlene is a run-of-the-mill suspense film about a family who tries to fix up their old summer house only to find a killer waiting for them. Although the plot is garden-variety, the film promises "real time" so everything that happens in the character's lives you'll see onscreen. The only real interesting aspect of this trailer is Olsen, the...Read Full Story

Zimbio Exclusive Interview - 'The Artist' Writer and Director Michel Hazanavicius

By Joe Robberson on
..it would be a great honor to be nominated. I'm not sure we can win something but that's not the point. To be part of the competition to be nominated beats winning. It's just a plus. We had a chance to sit down with director Michel Hazanavicus to discuss his new film The Artist. The Frenchman is known to European audiences for his hilarious satires based in the spy world, but he has not made a name for himself in America‚Ķ yet. The Artist won critical acclaim at this year's Cannes Film...Read Full Story

Zimbio Review - 'THE ARTIST'

By Joe Robberson on
The Bottom Line: Should you see it? Yes. Why? Don't be put off by the silent film label. The Artist transcends the genre and is a true classic. From French writer/director Michel Hazanavicius comes something truly unique. A creative masterpiece, The Artist is one of the few seminal films of 2011. Shot entirely in Hollywood, the film features a French writer/director and two French actors in a story about an American film star and the advent of talking motion pictures in early 20th century...Read Full Story
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