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    Cannes Winner Predictions

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    Haneke: "It's About The Roots of Evil"

    Heading into the final weekend of the Cannes Film Festival, Michael Haneke's "The White Ribbon," a somber black and white story set in a pre-war German village, feels like a front-runner for a big prize, if not the festival's top award, the Palme d'Or. Of course, such prognosticating is impossible, ...

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    Cannes Dealmaking Picks Up Pace

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    Sony Goes To "St. Trinians"

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    ROUND UP VII: Sony Classics Showdown For The Palme d'Or?

    It was announced today that Sony Pictures Classics acquired Jacques Audiard's Cannes Film Festival competition entry "A Prophet", which received stellar reviews when it premiered earlier this week. The film is a strong contender for the festival's top Palme d'Or prize, perhaps finding its biggest ri...

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    Does It Take This Village? "White Ribbon" Ascends Art

    Despair haunts every moment of Michael Haneke's "The White Ribbon." The director's dour, Bergmanesque black-and-white portrait of enigmas and familial discord in a Protestant German village at the beginning of the twentieth century peddles in the art of downbeat expressionism....

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    Eli Roth: "It's f#cking worth it."

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    Moore 's Global Meltdown Doc Gets Release Date

    At last year's Cannes, Paramount Vantage and Overture Films made the announcement that they were backing Michael Moore's follow-up to 2007's Sicko. (Here's my video interview.) Overture execs Chris McGurk and Danny Rosett had worked with Moore when they released Bowling for Columbine at MGM/United Artists. (They're sharing a nice slice of the gross with Moore.) While the doc's still untitled, it now has a release date, October 2, and comes out twenty years after Roger and Me, another doc recounting the perils of capitalism run amuck. The opening will be a year and a day after the Wall Street $700 billion bailout. According to a press release...

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