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    'Blue Is The Warmest Color' Wins Cannes Palme d'Or

    In a twist in Cannes Sunday evening, director Abdellatif Kechiche's "Blue is the Warmest Color" not only won the Palme d'Or, but the jury, headed by Steven Spielberg, made the extraordinary gesture of also giving its actresses Adele Exarcholpoulos and Lea Seydoux honorary scrolls for their bravery i...

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    Steven Soderbergh To Direct 10-Episode Cinemax Series 'The Knick' Starring Clive Owen

    ....and hiatus over. It's safe to say that Steven Soderbergh has pretty much done it all in the cinema world (except make a western, which he has said is not a genre he's a particular enthusiast for) and has grown a bit weary of storytelling in that format. He's been there, done that, won a Palme d'...

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    Steven Soderbergh Will Direct and Produce Cinemax Series 'The Knick,' Starring Clive Owen

    Look, he said he was retiring from filmmaking. Filmmaking. Deadline reports that Steven Soderbergh, whose last movie before his indefinite hiatus from the medium "Behind the Candelabra" airs on HBO this Sunday, has signed on to direct and produce "The Knick," a Cinemax series that will star Clive Ow...

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    Test Your Film Knowledge with the Steven Soderbergh Obscure T-Shirt Guessing Game

    As we mentioned earlier, recently-retired director Steven Soderbergh has launched an odd new website hocking everything from tote bags to photos to the promise of Singani, a favorite Bolivian liquor of the Oscar-winner.

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    Obscure T-Shirts, Movie Memorabilia and Bolivian Liquor: What You Can Find on Steven Soderbergh's Strange New Website

    Steven Soderbergh recently retired from filmmaking, but not without directing three well-received films in the past two years ("Magic Mike," "Side Effects" and "Behind the Candelabra" (see our review for that last one here.). He also stirred up the film community with a rousing keynote at the San F...

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    Toronto Film Festival Announces Godfrey Reggio's 'Visitors' As First Official Film From 2013 Program

    Cannes isn't even over yet, but the Toronto International Film Festival has already announced the first official selection for its 2013 edition.

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    'Koyaanisqatsi' Helmer Godfrey Reggio To Premiere New Film 'Visitors' At TIFF, Presented By Steven Soderbergh

    Our heads (and in some cases, our actual bodies) are still in Cannes, but it's not long at all until the fall festival season starts off. And indeed, the Toronto International Film Festival aren't waiting for Cannes to wrap up to make their first announcement, as news has come in of a high-profile s...

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    Matt Damon’s Brazilian Tan Line & 9 Other Highlights From Cannes 'Behind The Candelabra' Press Conference

    It was hard to envisage as positive a Cannes response to a U.S. competition film as that which greeted the Coen Brothers’ “Inside Llewyn Davis” the other day, but if such a thing is possible, it may well have happened today, for Steven Soderbergh’s wonderful Liberace biopic “Behind the Candelabra” (...

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    Review Roundup: Critics Go Ga-Ga for Soderbergh's Outrageously Mesmerizing 'Behind the Candelabra'

    Critics are over the glittering, bedazzled moon for Steven Soderbergh's Cannes competition entry "Behind the Candelabra," set to premiere on HBO on May 26 and starring a no-holds-barred Michael Douglas and Matt Damon as the famed pianist Liberace and his younger lover, Scott Thorson. The Telegraph r...

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    Michael Douglas, Kitsch and Depth: Soderbergh's 'Behind the Candelabra'

    Despite the earnest pr spin surrounding it, Behind the Candelabra invites us to laugh at - not always with - the grinning, gaudy Vegas spectacle that is Liberace. But Michael Douglas' performance is also deep, sympathetic and brilliant, an act of impeccable mimicry that reveals the essence of a ...

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