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    CANNES 2001: Every Day, Trouble; A Week Into the Cannes Can

    CANNES 2001: Every Day, Trouble; A Week Into the Cannes Can

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    DAILY NEWS: Godard Speaks; Amin Forms Company; L.A. Asian Fest; and Hartley Merrill Prize

    DAILY NEWS: Godard Speaks; Amin Forms Company; L.A. Asian Fest; and Hartley Merrill Prizeby Eugene Hernandez, Anthony Kaufman/indieWIRE>> CANNES 2001: An Hour with Godard (and a roomful of journalists)(indieWIRE/05.16.01) -- Jean-Luc Godard enters a room here in France and thestereotypically cynical media applaud. "In Godard there is God," is howpress conference moderator Henri Behar introduced the director, referring toa comment from an American journalist earlier in the day.The French New Wave maverick spent an hour with the media yesterday(Tuesday) to discuss his competition film, "Eloge de l'Amour" (In Praise ofLove), a rare chance for m...

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    INTERVIEW: Films Without Borders: Abbas Kiarostami Talks About "ABC Africa" and Poetic Cinema

    INTERVIEW: Films Without Borders: Abbas Kiarostami Talks About "ABC Africa" and Poetic Cinema

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    Nowhere Men; Coens Elegantly Craft "Man Who Wasn't There"

    Nowhere Men; Coens Elegantly Craft "Man Who Wasn't There"

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    CANNES 2001: Attention-Getting? Slamdunk, Slamdance, Streaking, and a Sandwich Board

    CANNES 2001: Attention-Getting? Slamdunk, Slamdance, Streaking, and a Sandwich Board

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    DAILY NEWS: Solondz in Cannes; Return of the Big "Party Monster," Columbia's "Lockdown," "Manic" at

    DAILY NEWS: Solondz in Cannes; Return of the Big "Party Monster," Columbia's "Lockdown," "Manic" at IFC'; NY Latino Fest, and "Bounce" on Showtime"by Eugene Hernandez, Anthony Kaufman/indieWIRE>> CANNES 2001: Solondz On "Storytelling"(indieWIRE/05.15.01) -- Few films were as anticipated here in Cannes as Todd Solondz' fourth feature, "Storytelling." The first screening quickly filled the small Salle Bazin leaving many festivalgoers outside, frustrated over not being able to get in. So, as critics and the grapevine weigh in with their verdict, it's not surprising that the movie is engendering polar opposite opinions.Talking with indieWIRE, t...

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    CANNES 2001 REVIEW: After-Death; Kore-eda Can't Go the "Distance"

    CANNES 2001 REVIEW: After-Death; Kore-eda Can't Go the "Distance"

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    CANNES 2001: Racing for Recognition; First Films Strive for Cannes' Camera d'Or

    CANNES 2001: Racing for Recognition; First Films Strive for Cannes' Camera d'Or

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    DAILY NEWS: Coens in Cannes; "Jessica" Deal; "Fat Girl" Nabbed; "Eden" Pact"; SearchParty Plans

    DAILY NEWS: Coens in Cannes; "Jessica" Deal; "Fat Girl" Nabbed; "Eden" Pact"; SearchParty Plansby Eugene Hernandez, Anthony Kaufman and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE>> CANNES 2001: Catching Up With the Coens(indieWIRE/05.14.01) -- The Coen Brothers latest, a competition entry herein Cannes, entitled "The Man Who Wasn't There," is a black and white crimestory set in Northern California in 1949. In this tale, Billy Bob Thorntonstars as Ed Crane, a mild-mannered everyman, a quiet barber who takes achance on a get rich quick scheme and ends up embroiled in a murderinvestigation. Joel and Ethan Coen sat down with indieWIRE over the weekendhere in France...

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    CANNES REVIEW: Drowning at the "Moulin Rouge"; Luhrmann's Spectacle Spasms

    CANNES REVIEW: Drowning at the "Moulin Rouge"; Luhrmann's Spectacle Spasms

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