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    Cinema Guild Acquires Jem Cohen's New Documentary 'Counting'

    Cinema Guild has acquired Jem Cohen's "Counting" ahead of its premiere at the Berlinale.

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    Jem Cohen Explains Why 'Museum Hours' Will Help You Grapple With Art and Life

    Cohen spoke to Indiewire this week about imbuing the film with big ideas, his interest in entertaining audiences, and how the movie addresses problems with the way people think about art today.

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    Review: How Jem Cohen's 'Museum Hours' Blends Fine Art and and Delicate Emotion

    "Museum Hours" effectively applies Jem Cohen's existing strengths to a familiar scenario and rejuvenates it by delivering a powerfully contemplative look at the transformative ability of all art.

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    The Cinema Guild Acquires Jem Cohen's 'Museum Hours' for the U.S.

    The Cinema Guild has acquired all U.S. distribution rights to Jem Cohen’s “Museum Hours,” which had its world premiere at the Locarno Film Festival in August. The specialty distributor plans a 2013 theatrical release.

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    Locarno Review: Lovely, Powerful Fine Art Tribute 'Museum Hours' Finds Jem Cohen Successfully Transitioning to Narrative Form

    To date, Jem Cohen has made intimate non-fiction diary films rooted in an attentiveness to atmosphere and riddled with small observations rendered in profound terms. While his new feature "Museum Hours" is technically his first narrative effort, with a pair of amateur performances and the ...

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    5 Movies To Watch at the 2012 Locarno Film Festival

    The Locarno Film Festival begins its 65th edition tonight with the world premiere of Nick Love's Ray Winstone crime vehicle "The Sweeney" at the famous outdoor Piazza Grande, which typically seats some 8,800 people. But while the Piazza has evolved into Locarno's most emblematic in...

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