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Scott Feinberg’s Top 10 Films of 2014

THR's awards analyst includes on his list of favorites a drama, a biopic, a war pic, a film noir, two rom-coms, two documentaries and two foreign-language films — three of which are…

Todd McCarthy’s Top 10 Films of 2014

From 'Birdman' to 'Selma,' THR's chief film critic rounds up his favorite films of the year

Italy Box Office: ‘Hobbit’ Tops $5 Million in Opening Week

'Battle of the Five Armies' crushed debutants 'Big Hero 6' and 'Gone Girl'

Todd McCarthy’s 10 Best Films of 2014

It was a so-so year for movies, THR's chief film critic writes, though highlights included a searing drama about corruption in Russia, a moody vampire romance, a biopic that transcends the limits of…

How ‘Wild Tales’ Director Damian Szifron Wrote a Foreign-Language Oscar Contender in His Bathtub

Argentina's biggest hit puts the helmer on Hollywood's Oscar map

Thierry Fremaux on Selecting Films, ‘Wild Tales’ and French Critics

"Cannes is a laboratory. We have to try things, open the windows, and try to do something different"

‘Wild Tales’ Sweeps Argentine Academy Awards

Damian Szifron's film is also the country's foreign-language Oscar candidate

‘Wild Tales’ Director Damian Szifron Signs With WME (Exclusive)

The festival favorite is Argentina's Oscar foreign-language entry

Oscars: Argentina Picks ‘Wild Tales’ for Foreign-Language Category

Damian Szifron's collection of enraged stories is one of Latin America's best bets to bring home a statuette

Toronto: Fest Fan Favorite ‘Wild Tales’ Could Take Argentina Back to Oscars

In the best foreign language film Oscar category, the South American nation has received six nominations, winning twice, most recently five years ago

Box Office: ‘Wild Tales’ Sets Opening Record in Argentina

Damian Szifron's Cannes entry sold 450,000 tickets

Warner Bros. Cancels Argentina’s ‘Wild Tales’ Premiere As Multiplex Workers Strike

Damian Szifron's Cannes favorite will not screen in his troubled home country thanks to an ongoing labor dispute