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    TV Review: ‘The Eddy’ Sets the Standard for Multilingual Television

    Damien Chazelle really loves Jazz. The director’s filmography so many projects with the musical genre, its become a bit of a punch-line. Despite that, it’s hard to argue with the Oscar-winning director’s results. With three above-average to masterpiece level films in his career, Chazelle has the makings of a once-in-a-generation filmmaker. That made his latest project, […] More


    CHECK OUT: Netflix Release New ‘The Eddy’ Clip To Celebrate International Jazz Day

    Netflix releases a new clip from Damien Chazelle‘s “The Eddy” in celebration of International Jazz Day. The limited series stars André Holland (“Moonlight”) as Elliott Udo, a Paris jazz club owner struggling to keep his business alive and his past in check. The series also stars Joanna Kulig (“Cold War”) and Amandla Stenberg (“The Hate […] More

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    WATCH: Netflix Release Teaser Trailer For Damien Chazelle’s Limited Series, ‘The Eddy’

    A teaser trailer for Damien Chazelle‘s “The Eddy” has been released by Netflix. The limited series follows the stories revolving around a Parisian jazz club. The series stars André Holland (“Moonlight”), Joanna Kulig (“Cold War”) and Amandla Stenberg (“The Hate U Give”), among others. The teaser shows Holland walking the Paris streets at night before […] More

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    Damien Chazelle’s ‘The Eddy’ for Netflix Casts Joanna Kulig

    Joanna Kulig is the newest star to be cast in Damien Chazelle‘s Netflix project “The Eddy.” Kulig, who just recently starred in Pawel Pawlikowski’s Oscar-nominated Polish period drama “Cold War,” will be starring alongside the recently cast André Holland.  As reported on Variety: The Paris-set Netflix show will revolve around a club, its owner, the […] More

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    Awards Circuit’s Top 10 Breakthrough Performers of 2018

    It’s hard to believe that another year has passed. It sounds like an old cliche, but the older I get the quicker the years seem to be flying by. It feels like yesterday that we were just ranking “The Shape of Water” against “Get Out” against “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri,” doesn’t it? As with […] More

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    NYFF Film Review: ‘Cold War’ Finds Its Strength in Joanna Kulig’s Fiercely Felt Portrayal

    2018 NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL: Appropriately titled due to its cloudy and distant nature, Pawel Pawlikowski‘s deeply involved “Cold War” ventures off into an unconventional love story without really inviting the audience into the relationship. Likely its point, the film feels like watching a relationship from the outside and getting a second-hand account of the […] More