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10 Best Songs of the Week: Sparks, Girl Ray, Wesley Gonzalez and Rose Elinor Dougall, and More

Plus Chelsea Wolfe, Modest Mouse, Gone to Color, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

May 28, 2021

Welcome to the 20th Songs of the Week of 2021. This week, Republicans successfully blocked a commission that would have probed the January 6 storming of the Capitol. More

May 28, 2021

Sparks (brothers Ron and Russell Mael) have shared a new song, “So May We Start,” that also features actors Adam Driver, Marion Cotillard, and Simon Helberg. The song is taken from the musical film, Annette, directed by Leos Carax (Holy Motors) and starring Driver, Cotillard, and Helberg. The Mael brothers co-wrote the film with Carax and wrote all the music for it (and also appear in the film). More



Interviews

Jan 09, 2015

Marion Cotillard loves to explore. The French actress, who stars in Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne’s Two Days, One Night, likens acting’s preparation process to mining for gold. “One of my favorite parts is when you start feeling the character in your body,” Cotillard says. “When I start feeling [that], the way I walk, the way I talk, the way I breathe becomes her. And then I see myself disappearing.” More

Marion Cotillard

Star of La Vie en Rose

Jun 02, 2007

Breathtaking is a word that usually is not used literally, but go to a screening of La Vie en Rose, writer-director Olivier Dahan’s chronicle of the life of French singer and icon Édith Piaf, and listen to the folks seated near you at the end of the film. You will hear sniffling and slow gasps as actress Marion Cotillard illuminates the film’s final frames. More


Reviews

Two Days, One Night

Directed by the Dardenne brothers

Dec 22, 2014

Parabolic in its surface simplicity, Two Days, One Night follows Sandra (Marion Cotillard), a married mother of two who must convince the majority of her 16 co-workers to refuse their bonuses so she can keep her factory job. More

Apr 22, 2010

The third night of the 14th annual City of Lights, City of Angels (COL•COA) film festival, a weeklong showcase of new French films at the Directors Guild in Los Angeles, was highlighted by the Cold War espionage thriller Farewell and the West Coast premiere of Please, Please Me!, from writer/director Emmanuel Mouret (Shall We Kiss?). More