The Iceman, directed by Ariel Vromen, tells the tale of a father who, unbeknownst to his family, is one of the most murderous contract killers in the history of the United States. Truth, however, has a habit of finding people eventually.
Starring Michael Shannon, Winona Ryder, Chris Evans and Ray Liotta, small roles are also played by James Franco and Stephen Dorff.
'At Any Price' and 'Iceman' hosted their post-premiere parties at the Virgin Mobile Arts and Cinema Center on Monday night, with Ray Liotta, Chris Evans, Michael Shannon, Ariel Vromen, McKaley Miller and Robert Davi in attendance, check out these pics from the red carpet.
After kicking off with Naomi Watts and Kate Hudson, the oldest film festival in the world, Italy’s Venice Film Festival continued, with a screening of “At Any Price" and the Glory to the Filmmaker Award to Spike Lee (who screened his Michael Jackson documentary "Bad 25" for the audience).
Stars lighting up the red carpet included Zac Efron, Willem Dafoe, Michael Shannon, Brit Marling and Spike Lee.
Check out the gallery below, and stay tuned for more from the festival.
Another group of critics, the New York Film Critics Online, has listed its year’s best, honoring silent film “The Artist” with its top prize and singling out actors Michael Shannon, Meryl Streep, Albert Brooks, Melissa McCarthy and Jessica Chastain for honors.
Check out the complete list of winners below!
Best Film: The Artist Actor: Michael Shannon (Take Shelter) Actress:Meryl Streep (The Iron Lady) Director: Michel Hazanavicius (The Artist) Supporting Actor: Albert Brooks (Drive) Supporting Actress:Melissa McCarthy (Bridesmaids) Breakthrough Performer:Jessica Chastain (The Tree Of Life, The Debt, The Help, Take Shelter, Coriolanus, Texas Killing Fields) Debut Director: Joe Cornish (Attack the Block) Ensemble Cast: Bridesmaids Screenplay: Alexander Payne, Nat Faxon, Jim Rash (The Descendants) Documentary: Cave Of Forgotten Dreams Foreign Language: A Separation Animated: The Adventures of Tintin Cinematography: Emmanuel Lubezki (The Tree of Life) Use of Music: Ludovic Bource (The Artist)
Top 10 Films Of 2011 (in alphabetical order)
The Artist (The Weinstein Company) The Descendants (Fox Searchlight)
The Help (DreamWorks Pictures) Hugo (Paramount)
Melancholia (Magnolia Pictures)
Midnight In Paris (Sony Pictures Classics)
Take Shelter (Sony Pictures Classics)
The Tree Of Life (Fox Searchlight) War Horse (DreamWorks Pictures)