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Director Robin Campillo on his 'Eastern Boys'

By Frank J. Avella | Feb 26
EDGE speaks with the Cesar-nominated director Robin Campillo about his provocative & uncompromising new film "Eastern Boys."

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Director Robin Campillo on his 'Eastern Boys'

By Frank J. Avella | Feb 26
EDGE speaks with the Cesar-nominated director Robin Campillo about his provocative & uncompromising new film "Eastern Boys."

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: An Autumn Afternoon

By Jake Mulligan | Feb 26
Another masterfully composed effort by the domestic poet, Yasujiro Ozu.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: The Interview

By Jake Mulligan | Feb 26
These men tell funny jokes, but they haven't figured out how to get them on camera yet.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: St. Vincent

By Tony Pinizzotto | Feb 26
Genuflect upon the greatness that is Bill Murray as "St. Vincent," now out on Blu-ray and DVD.

Scream Real Loud: New Pee-wee Herman Film Coming to Netflix

Feb 25
Pee-wee Herman's next adventure is coming to Netflix.

Watch: Highlights from the Academy Awards

Feb 24
Each of the eight nominees for best picture took home at least one Oscar on Sunday. "Birdman" won for best picture, best director, best original screenplay and best cinematography. "The Grand Budapest Hotel" also took home four awards.

Eddie Redmayne on Channeling Stephen Hawking

By Sean Au | Feb 24
British actor Eddie Redmayne came from nowhere to win the Oscar this year for Best Actor for playing visionary astrophysicist Stephen Hawking in "The Theory of Everything." EDGE spoke to Redmayne about channeling Hawking in the film.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Le Pont Du Nord

By Jake Mulligan | Feb 24
Recently restored and just released, "Le Pont du Nord" is actually the first Jacques Rivette film to ever get a Blu-ray release stateside.

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Through A Lens Darkly

By Louise Adams | Feb 24
Photographer and filmmaker Thomas Allen Harris bases his 90-minute documentary on co-producer and mentor Deborah Willis' book "Reflections in Black: A History of Black Photographers, 1840 to the Present."

Blu-ray/DVD Review :: Every Man For Himself

By Jake Mulligan | Feb 24
The true beauty of Godard isn't something intellectual, though, but rather the one thing that has remained throughout every stage of his work: His rascally, anti-authoritarian vigor.

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