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    Sight & Sound's Best DVDs/Blu-Rays of 2014: From the Arthouse to the Grindhouse

    Picks range from late-period Godard to "Cannibal Holocaust."

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    Jean-Luc Godard Sends Handwritten Thank-You to National Society of Film Critics

    See Godard's idiosyncratic thank you note to the NSFC, who named his 39th film 'Goodbye to Language' best picture over the weekend.

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    Jean-Luc Godard Would Like a Word With the National Society of Film Critics

    Jean-Luc Godard rarely talks to the press, but he sent the NSFC's members a special thank-you.

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    The National Society of Film Critics Love 'Language'

    In a surprise, Jean-Luc Godard's 39th film, 3-D "Goodbye to Language," nabbed best picture Saturday from the National Society of Film Critics, which always waits until January to select their best of the year.

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    Watch: Marianne Faithfull Sings for Godard in 'Made in U.S.A.'

    From Jean-Luc Godard's splashy late-'60s noir, this pivotal scene features Anna Karina, along with Faithfull singing "As Tears Go By," written by The Rolling Stones.

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    J. Hoberman's Top Ten Films of 2014

    Idiosyncratic as always, the Artforum critic names his top films of the year. Plus, read top tens from Amy Taubin and James Quandt.

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    Godard's 'Goodbye to Language' Adds Prime Dates in Los Angeles & Elsewhere

    Jean-Luc Godard's acclaimed "Goodbye to Language," which despite its initial success at the IFC Center in New York has found rough sledding finding theaters because of the lack of 3D-equipped appropriate venues in many prime markets, has found a home in Los Angeles.

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    Fellini's 'Satyricon,' Animated Classic 'Watership Down' and More Hitting Criterion in February

    Films from Godard, Fellini, Ozu and Renoir are among Criterion's February releases.

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