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    Museum of Modern Art Hires La Frances Hui as Associate Curator for Film

    The 15-year veteran of the Asia Society in New York joins MoMA's Celeste Bartos Chief Curator of Film, Rajendra Roy.

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    The 10 Best Movies About Movies

    While Fellini's '8 1/2' returns to theaters overseas, let's reappraise the best films about films according to Guardian critic Jonathan Romney.

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    Sleeper of the Week: Tsai Ming-Liang's Lyrical, Cabbage-Centric 'Stray Dogs'

    Tsai Ming-liang's latest works as a career summation.

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    Review: Tsai Ming-Liang's 'Stray Dogs' Is A Must-See Masterclass In Directing

    In a festival that's seen a number of endurance tests—Philip Groning's three-hour, 59-chapter "The Police Officer's Wife," the abstracted imagery of "Under The Skin," the brief but unrelentingly terrible duration of "Parkland," no film seemed to inspire more walk outs than "Stray Dogs." The return o...

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    The First Poster for Venice Film Festival Jury Prize Winner 'Stray Dogs' is Mesmerizing

    Tsai Ming-Liang's "Stray Dogs" is a beguiling masterpiece. Following a father and his two children wandering the margins of modern day Taipei, "from the woods and rivers of the outskirts to the rain streaked streets of the city," the film is multilayered and certainly prides itself on a well-consid...

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    Berlin Film Festival Lines Up Panorama Section: 'Love Is Strange,' 'Night Flight' & More

    The Berlin Film Festival's Panorama section, a passel of arthouse and international indies, has completed its lineup, which includes 24 world premieres.

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    This Year's Prizes At the Venice Film Festival Were Historic. So Why Were They Also a Disappointment?

    When Bernardo Bertolucci announced on Saturday that the first-ever winner of Venice’' Grand Jury Prize was Tsai Ming Liang's "Stray Dogs," my heart sank.

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    Venice Review: Tsai Ming-Liang's 'Stray Dogs'

    In a festival that's seen a number of endurance tests—Philip Groning's three-hour, 59-chapter "The Police Officer's Wife," the abstracted imagery of "Under The Skin," the brief but unrelentingly terrible duration of "Parkland," no film seemed to inspire more walk outs than "Stray Dogs." The return o...

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