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    The 15 Best Palme d'Or Winners From The Cannes Film Festival

    Right about now, taking the time difference into consideration, a bevy of beautiful celebrities will be spritzing and primping their last in preparation to walk the red carpet at the Opening Ceremony of the 67th Cannes Film Festival. But while the festival is a byword for glamour in the wider media,...

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    Stream Them Now: Watch 18 Best Foreign Language Oscar Winners Online

    Foreign films too seldom get the U.S. distribution they deserve. Even those that manage to win the Academy Award for Best Foreign Film are often difficult to find. But for those who are looking forward to the upcoming 2014 Academy Awards, we've compiled a list of foreign films that have achieved not...

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    Why Fellini Never Made His Masterpiece, 'The Journey of G. Mastorna'

    The following is an excerpt from "The Journey of G. Mastorna: The Film Fellini Didn't Make," which was recently released in an English translation by Berghahn Books.

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    Why Do Films Get Booed at Cannes? New BAM Series Investigates

    While the 66th edition of the Cannes Film Festival is still a week away, today marks the start of a new series at Brooklyn's BAMcinématek that looks back at the history of the festival -- particularly the notorious tendency of its audiences to boo certain films upon their premieres.

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    5 Things You May Not Know About Fellini's 'La Dolce Vita'

    51 years ago today, on April 19th 1961, Federico Fellini's masterpiece "La Dolce Vita" arrived in U.S. theaters. The film was already a phenomenon; it had premiered in Italy the previous February, was instantly condemned by the Catholic Church (it was even banned entirely in Spain until 1975), and w...

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    Martin Scorsese Unveils Restored 'La Dolce Vita' In Rome

    Is there anything Martin Scorsese can't do? Filmmaker, producer, documentarian, encylopediac cinephile and more recent film preservationist, the Italian American director's passion for cinema knows no bounds and audiences are always on the winning receiving end.

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