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    Interview: Juliette Binoche Paints in Schepisi Romance 'Words and Pictures,' Challenged Assayas to Write Cannes Entry 'Sils Maria' (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO, TRAILER)

    Oscar-winner Juliette Binoche ("The English Patient") is the best reason to see Fred Schepisi's "Words and Pictures." She talks about working with Clive Owen, learning English, and challenging Olivier Assayas to write a movie focused on women. That movie debuted in Cannes, "Clouds of Sils Maria."

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    Director Fred Schepisi Talks 'Words and Pictures' as Counter-Programming

    Director Fred Schepisi ("Six Degrees of Separation," "Roxanne") is a lot more hopeful about the state of movies for adults after making "Words and Pictures" and tackling the dumbing down of education and culture head on. Of course, it helps having Clive Owen and Juliette Binoche rekindling the joy o...

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    Not Feeling 'X-Men' This Weekend? Here Are Four Acclaimed Indie Alternatives

    As the Cannes Film Festival continues to unspool along the French Riviera, multiplexes and arthouses are holding down the fort stateside with a hefty slate of well-reviewed -- and in some cases long-awaited -- new releases.

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    Steven Soderbergh's Cinemax Series 'The Knick' (Finally!) Lands a Release Date

    The highly-anticipated drama from the "retired" director finally got a release date from Cinemax.

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    Keira Knightley Climbs 'Everest,' Dakota Fanning Has A 'Brain On Fire,' Clive Owen Follows 'Maggie's Plan' & More

    Baltasar Kormákur's "Everest" seems to have been in production forever at this point, and the cast keeps growing. Already featuring Jason Clarke, Josh Brolin, John Hawkes, Jake Gyllenhaal, Martin Henderson, Emily Watson, Thomas Wright, Sam Worthington and Robin Wright, the film has now added Keira K...

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    Exclusive: Check Out a Lovely New Poster for 'Words and Pictures,' Starring Juliette Binoche and Clive Owen

    TOH! has the exclusive poster debut for director Fred Schepisi's upcoming romantic dramedy "Words and Pictures," starring Juliette Binoche as an art teacher rivaling Clive Owen's English teacher. She has rheumatoid arthritis, and he has a drinking problem.

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    Watch: Juliette Binoche Lets Loose in Trailer for Romantic Comedy 'Words and Pictures'

    Juliette Binoche last appeared on screen in what was arguably her most challenging role to date as the titular depressed artist in "Camille Claudel 1915," so you can't blame her for following that up with "Words and Pictures," a lighthearted romantic comedy. Here's the trailer.

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    Watch: Clive Owen & Juliette Binoche Find Love In 'Words And Pictures' In New Trailer

    It's not every day that you'll find arthouse mainstay Juliette Binoche appearing in what looks like a very familiar rom-com, but perhaps that's part of the allure of "Words And Pictures." And with Clive Owen opposite to woo the actress, one certainly can't complain about the casting.

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    Review: 'Blood Ties' Starring Billy Crudup, Clive Owen, Marion Cotillard And James Caan

    There’s no questioning the aesthetics of Guillaume Canet’s handsome-looking “Blood Ties.” Set in 1970’s New York City, the film revels in low-key details: the immaculate wardrobe, the music, the feel.

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    Exclusive: Clive Owen & Matthias Schoenaerts Mix It Up In Clip From 'Blood Ties'

    With the clothes, soundtrack, hair and attitude to match, you might think that Guillaume Canet's "Blood Ties" was airlifted out the world of gritty 1970s cinema, and dropped into cinemas this year. Striving to tell an authentic, period-detailed story of brothers, crime and family, Canet's film assem...

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