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    Isabelle Huppert: "Acting is an adventure. My internal adventure."

    "I don't have any mission," Isabelle Huppert said to a journalist at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival. "To me, [acting] is an adventure. My internal adventure, which is sometimes very selfish. I don't have any duty or mission. I do things that I enjoy and I don't do it because I'm genero...

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    The Pixel Pitch Opens for Submissions.

    The Pixel Pitch Opens for Submissions.

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    Lost and Found: Fernando Eimbcke's Lake Tahoe

    Lost and Found: Fernando Eimbcke's Lake Tahoe

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    City of Los Angeles Asking for Donations To Cover Jackson Memorial

    City of Los Angeles Asking for Donations To Cover Jackson Memorial

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    What does Hasbro have against Paris?

    What does Hasbro have against Paris?

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    How to Survive the Recession?

    How to Survive the Recession?

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    Tarkovsky and Russian Cinema 101

    Tarkovsky and Russian Cinema 101

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    I Want To Go To There

    I Want To Go To There

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    cinemadaily 07.06.09 | Tarkovsky Revisited

    Starting tomorrow, July 7, and continuing through July 14, the Film Society of Lincoln Center in New York will be presenting "Revisiting Tarkovsky," a complete retrospective of the Russian director's films.

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    Box Office: Holiday Doesn't Hurt "Locker"; "Moon" Flies In Expansion

    With fairly few specialty newcomers finding their way to theaters this holiday weekend, Kathryn Bigelow's "The Hurt Locker" had no trouble hanging on to its place at the top of the iW BOT. The Iraq War thriller - likely riding its Oscar-buzz worthy reviews - expanded from 4 to 9 screens this weeken...

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