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    Oscar Predictions 2016

    As always, the Oscar race starts at Sundance, followed by Berlin and Cannes.

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    Courteney Cox On How David Fincher Helped Shape Her Directorial Debut, and Why She Won't Crowdfund

    Courteney Cox sat down with Indiewire to discuss the surprising ease of shooting her directorial debut, working with the writers on "Friends" and "Cougar Town," and the changing face of television over the past 20 years.

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    Cannes Review: Vincent Cassel and Emmanuelle Bercot Can't Save Maïwenn's Middling 'Mon Roi'

    The French director's follow-up to "Polisse" is the tale of a doomed relationship we've seen before.

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    Watch: Hayden Christensen Gets Pulled into a Life of Crime in New 'American Heist' Trailer

    Christensen and Oscar winner Adrien Brody are brothers looking to change their lives in Sarik Andreasyan's crime thriller.

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    Why Does the Cannes Film Festival Keep Programming Naomi Kawase's Movies?

    Other than some cooking ideas, the latest dud from Naomi Kawase is unlikely to inspire.

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    'Cartel Land,' 'The Look of Silence' and More Set for 2015 Human Rights Watch Film Festival

    The complete 2015 lineup, including special events, is listed below.

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    The Secret to the Success of the Cannes Film Festival

    At the opening of the 2015 edition, an upscale dinner offered some insight into the big picture behind the lavish proceedings.

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    Watch: Romance Runs Wild in Surreal 'I Believe in Unicorns' Trailer

    The romance film marks the feature directorial debut of Student Academy Award nominee Leah Meyerhoff.

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    Watch: 'Spare Parts' Trailer Builds Hope for Inner-City Robotics Students

    "Last year's winner was MIT, but I think we can do better."

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    Cannes: Sony Pictures Classics Acquires Palme d'Or Contender 'Son of Saul'

    The film marks the feature film debut from director Laszio Nemes.

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    HBO's 'Ballers' Poster Makes Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson a Football Legend

    The Rock is about to conquer cable television in the new HBO comedy series.

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    Watch: Here Are All the Cannes Trailers Available So Far

    Ready for a Cannes binge? Check out the trailers we have so far.

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    Film Movement Picks Up Justin Lerner's SXSW Pick 'The Automatic Hate'

    Family can be confusing. Really confusing.

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    The CW Fall 2015 Trailers, Ranked: 'Containment,' 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,' and 'DC's Legends of Tomorrow'

    Deadly diseases, mental musicals and silly superheroes get pretty good trailers for their fall premieres.

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    Cannes Review: Nanni Moretti's 'Mia Madre' is a Personal Project in the Worst Way Possible

    The Italian filmmaker's story of a director dealing with her mother's imminent death is intimate but unfulfilling.

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    Are You Ready to Get in Bed with a Distributor?

    Think before you act -- weigh all your options.

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    Have David Lynch And Showtime Made Peace Over 'Twin Peaks' Season 3?

    According to Lynch's social media on Friday evening, the answer is "yes."

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    Watch: Love is a Dangerous Drug in 'Heaven Known What' Trailer

    A couple succumbs to drug addiction and each other in this award-winning film from Ben and Joshua Safdie.

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    Cannes Review: Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel Give Their Best Performances in Years in Sorrentino's Whimsical 'Youth'

    The director of "The Great Beauty" returns with a lively, stylized comedy-drama carried by its two veteran leads.

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    Rooftop Films Announces Short Films Lineup for the 2015 Summer Series

    Rooftop Films' Summer Series returns on Friday, May 29 at Industry City in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.

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