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    CANNES: Kino Lorber Goes 'In Another Country' With Isabelle Huppert

    Kino Lorber has acquired U.S. rights to the Cannes competition entry "In Another Country," the latest film by South Korean filmmaker Hong Sang-soo ("Night and Day"), that stars Isabelle Huppert. The film marks Sang-soo's first English-language film (it's also in Korean). ...

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    FUTURES: 'The Intouchables' Breakout Omar Sy Addresses the Film's Critics and Opens Up About His Remarkable Year

    French actor Omar Sy did the unthinkable earlier this year: he beat Jean Dujardin at his own game. Days before "The Artist" swept the Oscars and snagged Dujadin the gong for best actor, Sy beat him in the same field at the 37th Cesar Awards, France's equivalent to the honor. The win came as a surpri...

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    Nantucket Film Festival Will Honor Frank Langella with Compass Rose Acting Award

    The Nantucket Film Festival has announced Frank Langella will receive the Compass Rose Acting Award at this year's festvial.

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    The One In Which Nicole Kidman Pees On Zac Efron; Reviews Of Lee Daniels' "Paperboy" Are In!

    The first thing that jumped out at me while going through the S&A news feed this morning were all the polarizing reviews for Lee Daniels' The Paperboy, which screened at the Cannes Film Festival today, while half of the world was still asleep.

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    Nobody Tells Tom Hardy Anything: 'Mad Max 4' Starts Filming In A Week, Says Charlize Theron

    Poor Tom Hardy. First the actor is forced to grow an unwieldy beard as prep for his starring role in the upcoming “Mad Max” reboot, only to have the start date pushed back countless times. Then, while in Cannes this week helping to promote John Hillcoat's “Lawless,” Hardy...

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    Mia Wasikowska Makes 'Tracks'; Hilary Swank Goes HBO With 'Mary And Martha'; Rupert Grint Rocks 'CBGB' & More

    Mia Wasikowska has signed on to star in John Curran’s (“The Painted Veil”) new indie “Tracks.” The film will tell the true story of a young woman named Robyn Davidson who traveled 1678 miles through the Australian desert in 1987. It’s an Australian production and will be based on Davidson’s memoirs ...

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    A Look at Prometheus

    I am as intrigued as the next person about Prometheus. Ridley Scott of Alien and Thelma and Louise back directing sci-fi written by one of the dudes that created Lost. And Noomi Rapace - the original Girl With the Dragon Tattoo as the lead. Sounds great. And yes folks, she is the lead. This ...

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    Project of the Day: Biblical Smackdown in 'Fight Church'

    Here's your daily dose of an indie film in progress; at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite.

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    Cannes: Michel Gondry Discusses 'The Green Hornet' & Admits "Fans Didn't Like My Vision Of The Superhero"

    Just one more reason why we love French filmmaker Michel Gondry: not only is he constantly challenging the preconceptions of who he is as a filmmaker by moving from documentary to mainstream tentpole back to micro-budgeted indie film, he's also frank with his opinions on his on work. Maybe ...

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    CANNES 2012: Lee Daniels' THE PAPERBOY

    The best that can be said of Lee Daniels' "The Paperboy" is that it’s sometimes intentionally awful. More often than not, however, it’s just awful.

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