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Mark Ruffalo

"Gutsy, original, smart and free" - Mark Ruffalo says it all, at 'The Kids Are All Right'

Wow, what an opening.  Limos cruised behind the red carpet, helicopters buzzed around LA Live, spotlights strobed the skies, and I felt like I was in a Batman movie, with the big action sequence about to erupt around me.  Festival volunteers ushered me to the rooftop Opening Night party of the LA Film Festival, telling me excitedly "you'll be able to watch the riots from there!".   Yes the riot police were marching out. Were people actually RIOTING over the opening n...

Mark Ruffalo Dons Director's Cap

  Actor Mark Ruffalo, a genial leading man who has been one of the most consistent (and unheralded) actors in significant films over the past decade, has made his directorial debut here at the Sundance Film Festival. His sturdy direction offers a quirky spin to SYMPATHY FOR DELICIOUS, a comedy drama bout a diabled disk jockey who wakes up one day with the power to heal. The DJ, who is paralyzed and confined to a wheel chair, is winning played by Christopher Thornton, who also wro...

IFFBoston 2009 - Opening Night & The Brothers Bloom

The seventh annual Independent Film Festival Boston kicked off on Wednesday night with Rian Johnson’s The Brothers Bloom, a romance tucked inside a comedy couched within a confidence scheme (a rom-com-con?).  The romance, predictably, grows between a mark and one of the con men.  The comedy is unexpected and liberally sprinkled throughout.  While not integral to the plot, the humor is always welcome, never off mark and adds appreciably to the appeal of the film.  The cons begin when the ...

More Scenes from Blindness

Scene from Fernando Meirelles' Blindness, the opening ceremony film for the Cannes 2008 festival.

Scene from Blindness

An extract from Fernando Meirelles' Blindness, the opening ceremony feature at the Cannes film festival 2008.

Zodiac Red Carpet

The stars of Zodiac on the red carpet at Cannes, 2007.

Zodiac Trailer

Trailer for David Fincher's Zodiac, which premiered at the Cannes Festival, 2007 on Thursday, May 17th.

Mark Ruffalo is a Cool Guy

Mark Ruffalo at the Cannes Film Festival.