CAROL – Review by Loren King

Carol begins in the days leading to Christmas — all those reds and greens!— because the lonely season is a fitting time for two longing souls to meet and fall in love. Carol is a Christmas movie: the melancholy, the longing, the flashes of joy and anticipation, the rushes of despair. And, finally, hope — as a new year unfolds and love steps out of the shadows.

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Listening With My Heart: 16 Movies to Remember from 2015 — Chaz Ebert Comments

“Room” “99 Homes,” “He Named Me Malala,” “Miss You Already,” “Brooklyn,” “Amy,” “The Diary of a Teenage Girl,” “Sembene!”, “Carol,” “Grandma,” “The End of The Tour,” “Son of Saul,” “Seymour,” “Inside Out,” “Where To Invade Next” and “Straight Outta Compton.”

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SPOTLIGHT Tops Annual AWFJ EDA Awards Winners 2015

SPOTLIGHT, and more SPOTLIGHT. The Alliance of Women Film Journalists’ members honor the fine film that celebrates the achievements of journalism with four EDA Awards. CAROL and MAD MAX: FURY ROAD get some love with two EDAs each. And the other 17 categories are claimed by a wide and surprising range of winners. See the full roster, including the AWFJ’s critical choices for best nudity and actress most in need of a new agent.

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2015 Gave Actresses Vehicles for Greatness – Jennifer Merin comments

While renowned actresses continue to demand equal pay for their work and to lobby for better representation of women on

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AWFJ Movie of the Week, November 17-November 23: CAROL

Opening November 20, AWFJ’s Movie of the Week is Carol, director Todd Haynes (Far From Heaven, I’m Not There sumptuous new drama staring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara as two women who are drawn to each other in the strict moral landscape of 1950s New York. Read on…

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Top Female Performances @ New York Film Festival 2015 – Liz Whittemore comments

With the abundance of beautiful films that screened at this year’s festival, I wanted to call to attention to a

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