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    TIFF First Look: Willem Dafoe Is 'Pasolini,' Brit Marling In 'The Keeping Room' & Ethan Hawke In 'The Good Kill'

    Willem Dafoe as Pier Paolo Pasolini? In a film directed by Abel Ferrara? Do we need to say more? Nope. Here's the synopsis for this one making its North American premiere in Toronto: Rome: on the night of November 2, 1975, the great Italian poet and filmmaker Pier Paolo Pasolini is murdered. Pasolin...

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    "We're Not Policeman, We're Spies": Watch The New Trailer For 'A Most Wanted Man' With Philip Seymour Hoffman

    When it comes to government intelligence, it would seem that managing assets is just as important as catching criminals. And what happens when that line blurs? That seems to be the crux of Anton Corbijn's upcoming "A Most Wanted Man," and a new international trailer has arrived.

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    Portland's Northwest Film Center to Celebrate Wes Anderson and His Influences

    Over the next two months, from July 12 to August 31, the Northwest Film Center in Portland will present "Wes's World: Wes Anderson and His Influences," a look at the director's films and the filmmakers who have inspired him.

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    'The Fault in Our Stars' Review and Roundup: Shailene Woodley Carries Manipulative Weepie

    Trust me: when it opens Friday 'The Fault in Our Stars' will be review proof. It matters not a whit what any of us have to say about Josh Boone's four-hankie tragic romance based on social media star John Green's bestselling Young Adult novel. Scott Neustadter & Michael H. Weber of "(500) Days of Su...

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    'Lost' Star Terry O'Quinn On Making 'Heaven's Gate': "It Was Clearly Just Such A Waste Of Time And Effort And Money"

    From critically savaged bomb and expensive disaster that pretty much bankrupted an entire studio, to reconsidered Venice Film Festival and The Criterion Collection-worthy masterpiece (at least to some revisionists), to fodder for Steven Soderbergh's editing machine, Michael Cimino's "Heaven's Gate" ...

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    Jane Campion's Cannes Jury Revealed

    The 2014 Cannes Film Festival (May 14-25) is inching ever closer and in spirit, the fest has revealed the eight Competition jury members who will hit the Croisette under president Jane Campion.

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    Sofia Coppola, Nicolas Winding Refn, Gael García Bernal, Willem Dafoe & More Serving On Cannes Film Festival Jury

    Now that we know the lineup, it's time to find out the people who will determine this year's Palme d'Or winner at the Cannes Film Festival. In January, we learned that Jane Campion would serving as the jury president, and today the impressive lineup of jurors has been revealed.

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    Watch: Philip Seymour Hoffman Rocks a German Accent in Thrilling Trailer for 'A Most Wanted Man'

    Rachel McAdams, Willem Dafoe, and Robin Wright costar in the Sundance entry based on John le Carre's novel.

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    Watch: Philip Seymour Hoffman Hunts A Shark In Trailer For Anton Corbijn's 'A Most Wanted Man'

    The films of Anton Corbijn — well, the two he's made thus far, "Control" and "The American" — are marked by a careful, calculating style where every frame and every shot counts in the building of a particular mood or tension. And much of that seems the same in his next, "A Most Wanted Man," with the...

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    Review: Nymphomaniac Vol. 2 - A Study on the Pleasure of Pain

    For the second half of his intense exploration on pathological sexuality, Lars von Trier ventures into these violent practices.His familiar tendency for blasphemous content is also more pronounced in this latter installment. Nevertheless, it all still points towards his goal of denouncing hypocrisy...

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