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    Tarantino Cameraman-Turned-Director Doueiri Talks Torn East/West Identity, Why 'The Attack' Is Banned in Lebanon

    Lebanese-American filmmaker Ziad Doueiri captures, in his Mideast terrorist drama "The Attack," what it means to be the man in the middle. The film is opening June 21 stateside after playing the festival circuit. But it is banned in Lebanon, because Doueiri shot the film in Tel Aviv, breaking the Le...

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    Review: Budding and Seasoned Voyeurs Collaborate with Mixed Results in Francois Ozon's 'In the House'

    Francois Ozon's psychological mystery “In the House,” which is adapted from the play by Juan Mayorga, works as an interesting companion piece to Ozon’s 2003 film “Swimming Pool.” Both center on a middle-aged literary curmudgeon who develops a fantastic fixation on a young, enticing and distinctly th...

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    Exclusive Clip: Francois Ozon's Mystery 'In the House' Looks at a Budding Voyeur

    Check out this exclusive clip from Francois Ozon's psychological mystery "In the House," starring Fabrice Luchini, Kristin Scott Thomas and Ernst Umhauer. The film, which premiered at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival, centers on the increasingly dicey relationship between a high school l...

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    Exclusive Video: Pablo Berger Discusses Bringing Back Snow White for Spain's Foreign Language Entry 'Blancanieves'

    After screenings in Toronto, Rotterdam, and BFI's London Film Festival among many others, the U.S. release of the silent, black-and-white Snow White fable (Spain's official Oscar submission last year) "Blancanieves," is right around the corner. In anticipation of the release we have an exclusive vid...

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    Daniel Battsek Lands at Cohen Media Group

    Brit film executive Daniel Battsek, who ran Miramax Films after the Weinsteins left Disney, has landed at Cohen Media Group as president. Battsek was president at National Geographic Films until it shut down in December 2011. He will work closely with Cohen Media Group chairman and CEO Charles Cohen...

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    Watch: Pablo Berger Introduces a New Bullfighting Snow White in 'Blancanieves' (VIDEO)

    Watch: Pablo Berger Introduces a New Bullfighting Snow White in 'Blancanieves' (VIDEO)

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    Cohen Media Group Acquires U.S. Rights for Spanish Oscar Entry 'Blancanieves'

    Cohen Media Group has picked up Pablo Berger's Snow White-turned-1920s matador tale "Blancanieves" for distribution. The film is Spain's official entry for the 2013 Oscars.

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    TIFF Watch: Cohen Media and Focus World Pick Up Doueiri's 'The Attack'

    Cohen Media Group and Focus World are joining forces for the North American 2013 release of Ziad Doueiri's "The Attack," a drama-thriller following an Arab surgeon who uncovers a shocking secret about his late wife, a victim of a suicide bombing in Tel Aviv. The film will be a special presentation a...

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    CANNES EXCLUSIVE: Cohen Media Group Acquires Francois Ozon's 'In the House,' With Kristin Scott Thomas and Emmanuelle Seigner

    Cohen Media Group has acquired U.S. distribution rights to the Francois Ozon thriller “In the House.” Discussions with the French filmmaker’s Wild Bunch sales reps begun weeks ago were finalized this week in Cannes, though the film is not yet finished.

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    Cohen Media Group Nabs 'The Other Son' Out of Berlin

    Cohen Media Group has acquired "The Other Son" out of the 2012 Berlin market, for U.S. distribution. This marks the company's second buy out of Berlinale, following their acquisition of the festival's opening night film, "Farewell, My Queen." Full release below:...

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