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    London Film Festival Awards Night: 'Rust and Bone' Wins Best Film, Americans Burton, Gibney and Zeitlin Collect Prizes

    The BFI London Film Festival announced its prize-winners tonight at a dinner ceremony in Banqueting House, Whitehall, a neo-classical architectural gem that was the site of the 1649 execution of Charles I, the art-loving British king who commissioned the magnificent Rubens paintings adorning the cei...

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    Watch: Marion Cotillard & Matthias Schoenaerts Discuss Money In New Clip From 'Rust And Bone'

    If there's any justice in this fall festival season, "Rust And Bone" will be a major player. But with France submitting the much more old-people-pleasing "The Intouchables" as their official selection, it will make the climb all the more uphill for Jacques Audiard's lates...

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    Marion Cotillard to be Honored at the 22nd Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards

    Marion Cotillard to be Honored at the 22nd Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards

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    James Gray & Marion Cotillard Discuss How They Came Together For Next Year's Period Piece 'The Nightingale'

    While it may have seemed premature on paper, the Telluride Film Festival's celebration of 37-year-old French actress Marion Cotillard's body of work last weekend is arriving right on the crest of her career apogee, a period we may look back on in several decades and compare to the way Jeanne Moreau ...

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    Trailer Watch: Rust and Bone Starring Marion Cotillard

    Marion Cotillard stars in Rust and Bone as Stephanie, a whale trainer, who becomes close with a single father and boxer, Ali, after a devastating accident where she loses her legs. The film had its North American premiere last night in Toronto. Cotillard is as usual fantastic as a woman trying to re...

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    New Trailer: Jacques Audiard's 'Rust & Bone' Stars Melancholy Marion Cotillard

    A second international trailer for Jacques Audiard's Cannes/Toronto entry "Rust and Bone" arrives with more marine life and close-ups of the lovely Marion Cotillard, who recently attended Telluride for a tribute. The first international trailer is here.

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    Blood & The Beach Feature In New Images From 'Rust And Bone' With Marion Cotillard & Matthias Schoenaerts

    After receiving rave reviews for his last two features, “The Beat That My Heart Skipped” and “A Prophet,” Jacques Audiard’s latest film “Rust & Bone” is only a couple of months away from release in the U.K. (November 2nd) and a limited run in the U.S. (November 16th). Sony Pictures Classics is handl...

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    Surprise: Telluride Unveils Quick Sneak Peek Of James Gray's 'The Nightingale' Starring Marion Cotillard & Joaquin Phoenix

    Disappointment with too few showstoppers has been a common complaint at the Telluride Film Festival this weekend (mostly by privileged film critics and Oscar bloggers wanting more sizzle). Each year, Telluride sneaks a few surprise films not listed on the official line-up and generally of marquee va...

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    'The Big Chill' Speaks French in 'Little White Lies' (Review)

    In the raucous club scene that opens "Little White Lies," the actor playing the obnoxious, drug-snorting lech named Ludo looks so familiar you might find yourself thinking, “Who’s that loud guy?” That guy is Jean Dujardin from "The Artist," so at least in t...

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    Review: The 'Little White Lies' That Bind Are Explored In This Leisurely Gallic Dramedy

    The nature of what keeps a long-term friendship together over the years is somewhat ephemeral. There is the trust and confidence that comes with knowing someone intimately, seeing them at their best and worst, and being there for them without judgment. But it's also built on shared values, small...

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