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    Why the Weinsteins Won't Get Miramax Back

    News of the day about the always interesting Weinstein brothers is quoted here from The Daily Beast article by Peter Lauria. Bob, left, and Harvey Weinstein with British Consul General Sir Philip Thomas as Harvey Weinstein receives a Commander of the British Empire award. (Sylvain Gaboury / DMIPhot...

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    film review: Solitary Man

    Michael Douglas has nothing to fear, so he’s perfectly willing to play a role other actors might run away from: a 60-ish New Yorker who’s a complete and utter louse. Once he married his college sweetheart and owned a string of car dealerships; now all he’s got left is his gift of gab, which can stil...

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    Cannes Day 10: Minute by Minute

    Each day at the Cannes Film Festival (May 12 - 23), indieWIRE is publishing a frequently updated dispatch from France. All times listed are local French time.

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    Write The Future

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    Cinéfondation Award Winners Announced

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    IFC Takes "The Princess" Out of Cannes

    IFC Films announced that it has acquired the U.S. rights from European studio STUDIOCANAL to director Bertrand Tavernier’s “The Princess of Montpensier,” which is screening in competition at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. The film was produced by Eric Heumann and coproduced by STUDIOCANAL, with ...

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    CANNES REVIEW | Wrong Place, Wrong Time: Ken Loach's "Route Irish"

    Ken Loach's "Route Irish" may suffer from flat performances and an overwrought, polemically-motivated plot, but there's no denying its basic power as targeted polemic. The movie follows Fergus (Mark Womack), a disgruntled Iraq war veteran whose best pal Frankie dies overseas before the beginning of ...

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