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    Attention, Aspiring Filmmakers: Here's How You Can Go To Iceland This Fall

    These days, making films in the States is simply boring. Too many fakers, too many issues, too many worries. But you know what place doesn't have these problems? Iceland. So the Reykjavik International Film Festival’s Talent Lab is inviting aspiring filmmakers to visit.

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    'Holy Motors' Tops Indiewire's Poll For the Best of 2012 Film; Other Winners Include Jafar Panahi and Amy Seimetz

    With 128 votes among 204 critics listed in Indiewire's Criticwire network, Leos Carax's surreal opus "Holy Motors" topped Indiewire's seventh annual poll for Best Film. "Holy Motors" star Denis Lavant garnered the most votes for Best Performance.

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    Read New All-Time Top 10 Lists From Martin Scorsese, Woody Allen, Francis Ford Coppola, Quentin Tarantino & More

    The big talk of the week has been Sight & Sound's once-every-decade greatest films of all time list as determined by critics from around the world. However, the publication also take the temperature from film directors, asking for greatest lists from 358 filmmakers around the world, and collating th...

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    Critics Explain Their Love for Bela Tarr: A Round-Up

    In an interview with Indiewire this week, Bela Tarr says that "The Turin Horse" is his final film. It appears he's serious about it. And anyone who has seen a Tarr film knows he would never lie to his audience.

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    An Interview With Bela Tarr: Why He Says 'The Turin Horse' Is His Final Film

    It might be inaccurate to say the release of Bela Tarr's "The Turin Horse" marks the end the Hungarian director's career. Rather, Tarr has reached the conclusion of one stage and the beginning of another. With the release of his tenth feature, Tarr has made it clear that he's t...

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    Watch: New Trailer for Bela Tarr's Epic Career-Ender "The Turin Horse"

    "Satantango" auteur Bela Tarr's newest - and apparently career-capping - film "The Turin Horse" has a new trailer for its upcoming theatrical release. It features the eponymous horse, wind, a bucket, a window, and not much else, which is quite a lot considering the ...

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    Béla Tarr to Receive Full Retrospective at Film Society of Lincoln Center in February

    Hungarian director Béla Tarr will be the subject of a complete retrospective at New York's Film Society of Lincoln Center, the organization said Thursday. Under the banner "The Last Modernist: The Complete Works of Béla Tarr from February 3-8, 2012," the six-day even...

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    Interview: AFI Fest head Jacqueline Lyanga

    AFI Fest has long been Los Angeles' big autumn film destination. Long a showcase of international cinema, the festival has had an increase in high-profile galas, such as this year's opening film, Clint Eastwood's "J. Edgar" starring Leonardo DiCaprio (the festival even nabbed a...

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    Béla Tarr Confirms At NYFF That He's Retired From Filmmaking

    We can't claim to be massive fans of everything that Béla Tarr's made; his work can be fascinating, but somewhat trying. But when he's firing on all cylinders, as in "Werckmeister Harmonies," the Hungarian director is an incredibly vital voice in cinema, and even when he's not, his films find a way ...

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    NYFF '11 Review: Bela Tarr's Swan Song 'The Turin Horse' Is Despairing But Unforgettable

    If the name Béla Tarr rings any sort of bell in your head, chances are you've already formed an unwavering opinion of his work. He hasn't exactly shaken up his approach since 1988's "Damnation" (that said, this writer -- probably like most -- isn't familiar with his crop of '90s short films), and if...

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