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    Tribeca Review: 'Madly' is an Electrically Diverse Anthology About Love Gone Wrong

    Sion Sono, Mia Wasikowska, Natasha Khan, and three other filmmakers contribute to an unpredictable new omnibus.

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    31st Guadalajara International Film Festival (FICG) Wraps

    The International Film Festival in Guadalajara (FICG31) celebrated its 31st anniversary this year and moved to the center of town, a move toward regaining its early luster within the galaxy of younger festivals now competing for resources in México.

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    Surprise Golden Globe Winner 'Mozart in the Jungle' To Stream on Amazon For Free This Weekend

    In celebration of the lauded TV show's recent award run, Amazon is making the classical music comedy available online starting Saturday.

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    Gael García Bernal on What 'Mozart in the Jungle' Taught Him, and the Color and Scope of Season 2

    "We are so lucky, so privileged to be able to do this. And to put it into a show, it's great because there's a lot of people connecting."

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    Watch: Sex Doll Artist Alison Pill is Not That Kind of Girl in Exclusive 'Zoom' Clip

    Written by Matt Hansen and directed by Pedro Morelli, "Zoom" premieres at TIFF on September 15.

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    First Look: 'No' Director Pablo Larraín Channels 'Neruda' with Gael García Bernal

    The Cannes-winning Chilean director turns to one of his countrymen, poet Pablo Neruda, in this ambitious picture. Here are first stills from the film.

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    Jon Stewart on the Xanax and Tears of Making 'Rosewater'

    In a press conference for "Rosewater," Jon Stewart spoke to the laborious and intricate effort that is his directorial debut. He was joined by the film's real-life subject, Maziar Bahari.

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