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    Kristen Stewart Joins Olivier Assayas' 'Sils Maria' With Juliette Binoche & Chloe Moretz; Mia Wasikowska Out

    Things have been a bit quiet for Kristen Stewart after a pretty loud 2012. Of course the "Twilight" saga came to an end, "On The Road" hit the festival circuit, was sorta released in December and then sorta re-released again this past spring and then there was messy situation surrounding "Snow White...

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    Olivier Assayas Set For First U.S. Production with Crime Thriller 'Hubris'

    Hot on the heels of his latest film's domestic release, Parisian director Olivier Assayas has landed his first U.S. production. Announced from the Cannes Film Festival today, Assayas will be helming the crime thriller "Hubris" for CG Cinema, Bluegrass Films, Emjag, and Film 360.

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    Review: Olivier Assayas’ ‘Something In The Air’ A Gorgeous Autobiography Marred By Underdeveloped Characters

    He’s been something of a critical favorite for a while now, but after making the hugely acclaimed “Summer Hours” and the TV miniseries/theatrical marathon “Carlos” within a few years of each other, French filmmaker Olivier Assayas has firmly cemented himself as one of the more exciting directors in ...

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    Exclusive: Love Blooms At The Movies In Clip From Olivier Assayas' 'Something In The Air'

    Youth, political upheaval, revolt, idealism...it's a heady mix when you're at a certain age, and no doubt those passions -- for the world, for life itself -- can stir up desire. It's that potent blend that Olivier Assayas attempts to capture with his latest effort "Something In The Air."

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    Chloe Moretz Joins Olivier Assayas' Meta 'Sils Maria' With Juliette Binoche & Mia Wasikowska

    Yeah, yeah we know. IFC Films just picked up Olivier Assayas' "Sils Maria," even though it hasn't shot a single frame, but perhaps they saw this casting coming and realized this is something they wanted to get their hands on.

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    IFC Films Snaps Up Oliver Assayas' ‘Sils Maria’ with Juliette Binoche & Mia Wasikowska

    In a confident gesture, IFC has picked up the distribution rights to the as-yet-unproduced “Sils Maria” (aka "Since Maria") the Switzerland-set project from French auteur Oliver Assayas to star Juliette Binoche and Mia Wasikowska. IFC acted as a distributor on Assayas’ “Summer Hours,” and will bring...

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    Mia Wasikowska Joins Juliette Binoche In Olivier Assayas' 'Sils Maria'

    That Mia Wasikowska is everywhere. The elfin darling of the indie elite (who has been known to slum it for the odd blockbuster, like breakthrough "Alice in Wonderland"), she has sustained the critical momentum of the pajama-clad daughter in “The Kids Are All Right” to dominate the Sundance acting co...

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    Trailer of the Week: Olivier Assayas Starts the Revolution in New Trailer for 'Something in the Air'

    Best known for the intimate and highly personal dramas ("Summer Hours," "Irma Vep") that have won him a following, Olivier Assayas achieved international success on a new level with his last project, the award-winning five-hour epic "Carlos," shown as a miniseries in three parts on the Sundance Chan...

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    Göteborg Interview: 'Something In The Air' Director Olivier Assayas On Rebellion, Memory & Godard Vs. Truffaut

    With “Something in the Air,” French director Olivier Assayas (“Carlos,” “Summer Hours,” “Irma Vep,” “Cold Water”) turned in his most autobiographical work to date. A coming-of-age tale set against a backdrop of radical student politics, sex...

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    The Buzziest Thing at Film Festivals? It Might Just Be TV

    On Sunday, January 20th, "The Piano" director Jane Campion returns to the Sundance Film Festival, where her first feature "Sweetie" screened 23 years ago. This time, however, it's with a miniseries, not a movie -- "Top of the Lake," which is co-directed by Garth Dav...

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