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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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    'Don't Look Now,' 'Satyricon,' 'Every Man For Himself' Headline Criterion's February Slate

    The Criterion Collection unveils an embarrassment of cinephile's riches coming in February.

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    Daily Reads: Trailer Mania is Ruining Film Culture, Bring 'Goodbye to Language' To Wide Release and More

    Plus: how "Last Action Hero's" game proves the film's message (accidentally), and the last 35mm film lab in NYC shuts down.

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    Godard's 3D 'Goodbye to Language' Tops Specialty Openers; 'Horns' is Soft; 'Birdman' Soars

    Top specialty opener "Goodbye to Language 3D" (Kino Lorber) is the best performing Jean-Luc Godard movie since the early 1980s. Why? It's in 3D! Even on Halloween weekend, Daniel Radcliffe horror pic "Horns" (Radius) did not live up to its Dimension label promise.

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    TOH!'s Top 25 Stories of the Week

    The top stories of the week from TOH!

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    Why Theaters Are Refusing to Book Godard's Moneymaking 3D 'Goodbye to Language'

    Despite the initial success of Jean-Luc Godard's 3D "Good-Bye to Language," the film has not managed to find bookings in key markets like Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston and Washington. And that means, despite strong reviews and now a strong start, its future for many potential viewers remains in doubt...

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    Goodbye Language, Hello Communication: Jean-Luc Godard and Ryan Trecartin Find a Lingua Franca Beyond Words

    Godard's "Goodbye to Language" puts him in the neighborhood of a video artist a third his age.

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    Jake Gyllenhaal, Jean-Luc Godard and Us: From 'Nightcrawler' to 'Goodbye to Language'

    Both "Nightcrawler" and "Goodbye to Language" deal with our media landscape in unique, provocative ways.

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