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    On the Ground in Berlin

    I arrived in Berlin two days ago from NY after the huge success of The Athena Film Festival.  Did you hear we had a blizzard and people still came.  I missed the opening weekend craziness and after the insanity at the beginning of Sundance, I was really glad not to have to deal with it.&nb...

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    Catherine Deneuve's Road Trip Film 'Elle s'en va' Goes to Cohen Media Group

    Cohen Media Group has picked up US rights to "Elle s'en va" ("On My Way") prior to its Berlin premiere. The film, directed by Emmauelle Bercot, stars Catherine Deneuve, Mylene Demongeot and Claude Gensac.

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    Venice Review: 'Linhas De Wellington' Is A Handsome But Middling Tribute To The Late Raúl Ruiz

    If you had to pick the final film to be completed after a forty-year career of over one hundred films, you’d certainly hope for one as masterful as “Mysteries Of Lisbon,” the four-hour 2010 epic that proved to be the last completed directorial effort from Chilean-born, French-settled filmmaker Raúl ...

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    The 5 Best Things Said About Catherine Deneuve at the 39th Chaplin Gala

    Before Monday's 39th annual Chaplin Award Gala hosted by the Film Society of Lincoln Center got underway, rumors were swirling over pre-cocktail hour that the French icon and honoree Catherine Deneuve didn't want to sit through an endless stream of talky tributes. If so, the lady sure got her wish.

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    Raul Ruiz's Widow Takes Over His Film 'The Lines Of Wellington' Starring John Malkovich, Catherine Deneuve & Isabelle Huppert

    Last summer, the cinema world lost the great, prolific and distinctive filmmaker Raul Ruiz. Probably best known to contemporary audiences for "The Mysteries Of Lisbon," the Cannes winner has in the middle of preparations for his next film, "The Lines Of Wellington," which was set...

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    Catherine Deneuve to Receive the Film Society of Lincoln Center Chaplin Award

    The Film Society of Lincoln Center will present French star Catherine Deneuve with the Society's Chaplin Award at a gala event to be held in New York City on April 2.

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    Catherine Deneuve Is This Year's Recipient of the Annual Chaplin Award

    The Film Society of Lincoln Center has chosen French icon Catherine Deneuve as this year's recipient of their annual Chaplin Award. The 39th Chaplin Award Gala will be held in Alice Tully Hall on April 2. 
"The Board is very excited to have Catherine Deneuve as the next recipient of Th...

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    Maiwenn Included on Best Director List for France's Lumiere Awards

    When I was in Paris in October you could not escape the posters for Maiwenn's Polisse which premiered at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival. The film was made for about $7 million and it has already grossed almost $20 million in France where it actually beat The Adventures of Tin Tin for two weeks. ...

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    More Toronto Additions

    The Toronto Film Festival added to its already impressive lineup with some women directed films that I've been waiting for. There is a long awaited film from Nancy Savoca and Lynn Shelton's latest. It's going to be a busy week. I cannot wait.

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    Potiche - Review

    You know you are in for a treat when the first image of a film is Catherine Deneuve doing a light jog through the countryside, and Potiche does not let you down. It's a comedy of manners set in the 1970s and Catherine Deneuve plays Suzanne the wealthy wife of an industrialist who runs the family umbrella business. He's a sexist jerk and treats his employees poorly so they revolt and take him hostage. Deneuve steps in and starts to run the business, and surprise, she's not such a Potiche or translated to English -- "trophy-wife." She's pretty good at the business, the employees like her and she realizes that she has more to give than just ...

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