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    Market Highs and Lows: Considering the Biz Side of Cannes

    In the lobby of iconic Carlton Hotel in Cannes last week an apparently wealthy festival visitor was waiting patiently for someone. After a bit of pacing he found the person he was meeting. It was one of the fake local paparazzi who stalk well-dressed folks while they are walking along the Croisette ...

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    FUTURES | "11/4/08" Director Jeff Deutchman

    When SXSW Film Festival producer Janet Pierson introduced filmmaker Jeff Deutchman's debut doc, "11/4/08" at the fest in March, she said that upon hearing that the young acquisitions executive had made a film, she was immediately curious. Introducing Deutchman at the world premiere, Pierson noted th...

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    12 Must See Films from Cannes '10 (plus five worthy extras)

    For all of the banter that this year's Festival de Cannes was going to be a lackluster one, it was not at all difficult to come up with a dozen new films to spotlight as "Must sees" for in the coming year, in fact there are several bonus titles as well.

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    "Living Wake" Director Sol Tryon on his "little morsel of goodness"

    A dark comedy which chronicles the final day in the life of self-proclaimed "artist and genius" K. Roth Binew, "The Living Wake" is currently screening in limited release. Directed by first-time filmmaker Sol Tryon, the film stars Mike O'Connell, Jesse Eisenberg, Jim Gaffigan and Ann Dowd, and has b...

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    Small Screen | "Stagecoach" and Brakhage Hitch Up with "The Road" at Home

    The Criterion Collection this week memorializes a classic Western and a classic experimental filmmaker, bringing John Ford's "Stagecoach" and the second volume of "By Brakhage: An Anthology" to DVD and Blu-Ray. Writing of the "Stagecoach" package, the Film.com's Maryanne Johanson says, "This isn't just a lovely new presentation of the movie itself, though it is that; it's also a small film-school education, through the copious supplementary materials, on how the film broke new ground, why it remains so important today, and just what a smarty-pants Ford was, anyway." The film, a classic in the history of Westerns, stars John Wayne as an her...

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    "Uncle Boonmee," "Inside Job" Top Cannes Critics Poll (UPDATED)

    As the 2010 Cannes Film Festival comes to a close, indieWIRE's poll of twenty-one critics and bloggers has attempted to make clear the highest ranked films of this year's fest. Hundreds of grades have been entered, leaving Apichatpong Weerasethakul's Palme d'Or winner "Uncl...

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    Fantasy on the Croisette: Cannes in a Nutshell

    As it does every year, the Cannes Film Festival developed gradual momentum over the course of the last two weeks. The main competition, though really only one part of the annual story, nabbed the spotlight with a culturally diverse selection deemed spotty before it even started. Once the program beg...

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    Cannes 2010 | The Guide

    Underway in the South of France, the Cannes Film Festival plays out in a rather systematic way each day for 12 days. The festival's Official Selection is anchored by the event's high-profile competition section that each evening features a red carpet Palais des Festivals screening. The festival typi...

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    Cannes Day 12: 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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    CANNES 2010: Personal, Political Cinema Celebrated as 63rd Cannes Fest Closes

    A victory for both personal and political cinema is how winners described the Cannes Film Festival's awards as the 2010 event came to a close. A challenging Thai art film by an acclaimed international auteur (with a difficult to pronounce name) won the top prize at the festival tonight (full list of...

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