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    Watch: Artists Defy Fascism in 'Because I Was a Painter' Exclusive Trailer and Poster

    Trapped in a devastating world, these artists were able to find an outlet.

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    Exclusive Excerpt: New Book Examines Contemporary Iran in Asghar Farhadi Films

    Written by Tina Hassannia, "Asghar Farhadi: Life and Cinema" combines the romantic tradition of close reading with the precise historical, and in some cases, contemporary, context.

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    Asghar Farhadi's 2009 'About Elly' Finally Nabs US Release

    Leave it to Cinema Guild to finally acquire all U.S. distribution rights to Asghar Farhadi’s critically acclaimed “About Elly”—five years after it won the Silver Bear for Best Director in 2009.

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    Big World Pictures and Cinema Guild Announce Exclusive Digital Partnership

    An HD restoration of Eric Rohmer's "A Summer's Tale" will mark the first film released under this new deal.

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    Cinema Guild Acquires Pedro Costa's Ghost Story 'Horse Money'

    Costa's new film earned him the Best Director Prize at the Locarno Film Festival earlier this year.

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    Cinema Guild and The Flaherty Team Up To Bring Us New Curated Series

    Creators, rejoice! A new partnership between Cinema Guild and The Flaherty will showcase the best in art and filmmaking.

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    Matías Piñeiro's 'The Princess of France' Picked up by Cinema Guild Before Locarno Premiere

    Cinema Guild, who also distributed Piñeiro's previous film "Viola," will be responsible for bringing the film to U.S. audiences.

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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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    Cinema Guild Resurrects Thom Andersen's Landmark 'Los Angeles Plays Itself' and More for Home Distribution

    Over a decade after its initial release, "Los Angeles Plays Itself" - and three other Andersen films - has been picked up for home and digital distribution for the first time.

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