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    'Rosewater' and 'The Humbling' to Bookend 21st Austin Film Festival

    The 21st Austin Film Festival opening and closing night films have been announced.

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    RADiUS Believes in NYFF Heroin Romance 'Heaven Knows What'

    RADiUS-TWC acquired the Venice Film Festival drug-taking drama ahead of its Thursday night premiere in New York. Read our review.

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    Why Sundance-Winning College Satire 'Dear White People' Challenges Audiences (Clips)

    'Dear White People' was one of those first features we often see at the Sundance Film Festival that charges out of the gate exploding with all the things the young filmmaker wants to say. Watch the trailer and a hilarious new clip and read our review and interview.

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    New on Netflix: Richard Ayoade's Doppelganger Nightmare 'The Double'

    Richard Ayoade's nightmarish doppelganger comedy 'The Double' is now streaming on Netflix. Here's our review.

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    'The Last Five Years,' 'Imitation Game' to Headline Middleburg Film Festival

    For the second year, Middleburg Film Festival brings the world of cinema to Virginia's wine country.

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    Camden International Film Festival Announces 2014 Award Winners

    The 10th edition of the Camden International Film Festival ran September 25-28 in Camden, Rockport and Rockland, Maine.

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    NYFF: Eugène Green's 'La Sapienza' Sees the Architecture of All Things

    The mute eloquence of architecture is at the heart of “La Sapienza,” which is a French film from a French director – and dramatist, and educator and authority on French baroque theater – but takes place largely in Rome.

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