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    Magnolia Strikes Again With Cannes Market Deal for "Severance"

    Magnolia Pictures has announced a deal for U.S. rights to Christopher Smith's "Severance," a film the company first saw at the recent Marche du Film in Cannes. Magnolia closed the deal for the horror-comedy with HanWay Films. The pact marks the second Cannes deal closed by the company, following its...

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    Belorus Rising

    Belorus Rising

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    Why Syndicating Critics Is a Bad Idea

    Why Syndicating Critics Is a Bad Idea

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    THE PUFFY CHAIR WEEK, Part Three: "The Intervention"

    THE PUFFY CHAIR WEEK, Part Three: "The Intervention"

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    "Southland Tales" Revisited; What Does Manohla See That I Don't?

    "Southland Tales" Revisited; What Does Manohla See That I Don't?

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    Village Voice Watch: Who is New Voice Chief Erik Wemple?

    Village Voice Watch: Who is New Voice Chief Erik Wemple?

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    Media that Matters: Activist Shorts Hit the Web

    Media that Matters: Activist Shorts Hit the Web

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    A Pathetic, Pathetic Old Man

    A Pathetic, Pathetic Old Man

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    On Cannes: Expectations vs. Reality

    On Cannes: Expectations vs. Reality

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    WERCKMEISTER HARMONIES

    WERCKMEISTER HARMONIES

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