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    Exclusive: Poster For Abbas Kiarostami's 'Certified Copy' Starring Juliette Binoche

    A film that stole the hearts of the Playlist team at Cannes (review here) and the New York Film Festival last year, Abbas Kiarostami's "Certified Copy" might be the director's most accessible, rewarding film to date. And after a run of festivals last year, it's set to hit theaters courtesy of IFC th...

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    Criterion's May Slate Includes Chaplin's 'The Great Dictator,' Demme's 'Something Wild' & More

    'Diabolique' Gets Re-Release; 'Smiles Of A Summer Night,' 'Fat Girl' & 'Solaris' Go BluCriterion is looking to catch those still caught up in the warmth of Valentine's Day as they have unveiled their May lineup and as usual, it's set to hurt your wallet.

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    Helena Bonham Carter's BAFTA Speech

    I rummaged through a few clips from tonight's BAFTAs (which are bizarrely not aired lived even in the UK), and even though I would have LOVED to see Lesley Manville take this prize, Helena Bonham Carter gives a charming little speech when she wins best supporting actress. It's basically the best 3 m...

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    Of Course: Teaser For Béla Tarr’s ‘The Turin Horse’ Is A Single Shot Of A Lantern

    "The Turin Horse," the final film from Hungarian arthouse master Béla Tarr, isn't likely to rock the boat too much for fans of the director's work as this first teaser for the film bears out, and those hoping for more enigmatic long takes will be pleased.

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    10 Sadly Unromantic Movies of 2010 (SPOILERS)

    Was 2010 an especially heartless year? There may have been the usual lot of (bad) romantic comedies and a few romantic dramas out last year, but for the most part it seems the most popular movies were those without any fairy tale endings filled with love and happiness. Many films were simply not romance-based stories. But many of those that did appear romantic, or promising of such in the end, it's easy to believe their reality was something quite different. This was a year when some of the best studio pictures featured dead wives, seen only in dreams and delusions, or otherwise lost loves, particularly as a result of the protagonist being a ...

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    Tribeca Film Institute & Ford Foundation Partner for $750,000 Fund

    The Tribeca Film Institute today announced a long-term partnership with the Ford Foundations's JustFilms initiative and the launch of the Tribeca Film Institute New Media Fund, a $750,000 fund created to drive audience engagement by combining traditional filmmaking and new media.

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    Movies Lost, Found, And Funded

    I am proud to be part of this year’s blogathon “For the Love of Film (Noir),” an enterprise I missed out on when it was launched in 2010. Last year, film buffs just like you raised a sizable sum through grass-roots donations and helped to save three silent film shorts discovered at the New Zealand A...

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    FilmDistrict's Berney Talks 2011 Slate, Del Toro Pick-Up Don't Be Afraid of the Dark

    Miramax has been shopping its Disney holdovers to outside distributors. Focus acquired John Madden's Israeli thriller The Debt, starring Helen Mirren, Ciaran Hinds and Sam Worthington. And FilmDistrict, capitalizing on distrib exec Bob Berney's long relationship with Guillermo del Toro (Pan's Labyrinth), has acquired U.S. rights to his production, the horror film Don't Be Afraid of the Dark. Footage played well at July's Comic Con; Del Toro had been worried about how the movie would be handled by Disney and then, new owner Miramax. He is worried no longer. “Miramax has done an inspired job finding the right home for our film that took 15 year...

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    Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood To Score Lynne Ramsay's 'We Need To Talk About Kevin'

    What a helluva ride it's been for fans of decent music over the past Sunday evening and Monday morning. First, Arcade Fire take home the Grammy for Album Of The Year, trumping a host of favored (and frankly, shitty) acts. Radiohead announces a new album -- "The King Of Limbs" -- this morning that is...

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    Contest Giveaway: Woody Allen's 'You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger' On DVD

    Update: Contest is closed. Winners have been contacted by email.

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