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    Cannes: Bruno Dumont Fascinates With Ambitious 3 ½-Hour Comedy Series ‘P’Tit Quinquin’

    Mental disorder, disease, murder, and confounding evil. Not exactly the makings of a slapstick comedy, but this is Bruno Dumont we’re talking about. Known, by the few who dare to know him, as a seriously depressing and morose filmmaker, Dumont is so fascinated by the grotesque side of human nature, ...

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    Exclusive: New Poster for Cannes Crime Comedy 'Li'l Quinquin'

    Soon to be screening at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival is French filmmaker Bruno Dumont's latest film entitled "Li'l Quinquin."

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    Watch: First Trailer For Bruno Dumont's Cop Comedy Miniseries 'P'tit Quinquin' Playing Cannes Directors' Fortnight

    The common refrain heard over the past few years has been about how the world of television has offered a home to filmmakers who can't seem to get projects greenlit in the increasingly tentpole focused world of the major studios. But even we were surprised when the resolutely, hardcore arthouse film...

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    New Films By John Boorman, Frederick Wiseman, Bruno Dumont & More Set For Cannes Directors' Fortnight

    The Cannes Film Festival lineup now has been revealed, the Cannes Critics' Week unfurled their slate and today, the Cannes Directors' Fortnight has lifted the curtain on what they'll be presenting in the south of France next month. And as per usual, it's a mix of arthouse names, established veterans...

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    Marrakech Film Festival Masterclass: Bruno Dumont Gives Tips on Editing, Directing Actors and More

    Six weeks after his latest film, "Camille Claudel 1915," received a theatrical release in the U.S., and just a few days after John Waters listed that and another of his films ("Hors Satan") on his 2013 Top 10 list for Artforum, Bruno Dumont was given the royal treatment at the 13th annual Marrakech ...

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    Marrakech Film Festival Announces Masterclasses From Abbas Kiarostami, Nicolas Winding Refn, James Gray and More

    Since 2007, the Marrakech Film Festival has held its annual masterclass series, featuring talks from brand-name auteurs as they reflect on their films and methods. This year, the festival, which runs from November 29-December 7, welcomes Bruno Dumont, James Gray, Abbas Kiarostami, Nicolas Winding Re...

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    James Gray, Nicolas Winding Refn & More Giving Masterclasses At 2013 Marrakech International Film Festival

    The Playlist has worked our passports hard this year, booking time at festivals around the world including: Sundance, Berlin, SXSW, Tribeca, Goteburg, Karlovy Vary, Los Angeles, Telluride, Toronto, New York, London, Festival Du Nouveau Cinema, Savannah, Fantastic Fest and more. Believe it or not we ...

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    Review: Juliette Binoche in the Heartbreaking 'Camille Claudel 1915'

    There is not a glimpse of Camille Claudel's graceful, eloquent sculptures in Camille Claudel 1915. But in an especially wrenching scene, as Claudel walks on the grounds of the asylum for mental patients where she will needlessly stay for decades, she picks up a piece of mud, begins to sculpt it...

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    Review: Juliette Binoche Delivers Commanding Performance In Bruno Dumont's Powerful Crisis of Faith Drama 'Camille Claudel 1915'

    As its name implies, Bruno Dumont's "Camille Claudel 1915" captures a moment in time for the woman in question with tremendous precision. In a incredibly contained performance that ranks among the best of her career, Juliette Binoche portrays a woman trapped by mental and physical constraints alike....

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    Arnaud Desplechin To Direct Adaptation Of Alexander Ostrovsky's Play 'The Forest' For Euro TV

    Despite the record-breaking box office takings this summer, the fashion recently among the cinestablishment has been to furrow their learned brows and predict the death of movies, or at least the death of good movies, or the death of movies in movie theatres. The HBO premiere of Steven Soderbergh's ...

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