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    Sony Classics to Release Zhang Yimou's Latest, 'Coming Home'

    Sony Pictures Classics has acquired North American, Latin American, Australian and New Zealand rights to Zhang Yimou's latest "Coming Home," starring Gong Li. This marks the company's whopping twelfth collaboration with Yimou (best known for "Hero" and "House of Flying Daggers"). "Coming Home" is cu...

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    Tim’s Vermeer

    An improbable subject has inspired a unique documentary which comes with an unusual pedigree: it was produced by those inventive magicians Penn and Teller, and directed by Teller. (Photo by Luren Jenison)

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    Arthouse Audit: 'Her' and 'The Past' Not Eye-Popping, Face Serious Competition

    Two significant limited holiday entries opened this pre-holiday weekend, often a tricky time to attract specialized audiences. Spike Jonze's "Her" (Warner Bros.), with somewhat younger appeal, boasted a weaker limited opening than "American Hustle" last weekend, while Sony Pictures Classics slotted ...

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    Ira Deutchman

    During Ira's keynote speech at the Art House Convergence this January, he skipped over the entire Fine Line era of his career because it was getting too long. Here it resurfaces as a class he did at University of Michigan

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    Pedro Almodovar On Nudity, Why 'I'm So Excited' Is His Gayest Movie Yet and Why He Hates the Dogme Movement

    Following what many deemed his darkest effort to date, 2011's twisted psycho-thriller "The Skin I Live In," beloved Spanish auteur Pedro Almodovar is back in theaters this Friday with "I'm So Excited," a film that couldn't be a further removed from the shocker that preceded it. Zany, hyper sexual an...

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    Weekend Indie Box Office: 'Footnote' and 'Salmon Fishing' Deliver

    As the Oscar winners quickly recede from attention, two impressive Sony Classics films – one continuing, one new – stand out, while two potential cross-over films which premiered at Toronto openings survived mix reviews to show some modestly positive grosses.

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    In Praise Of Woody Allen: A Personal Ode.

    Like many Americans reared on eighties pop culture, I first discovered the potential of cinema by way of Steven Spielberg. The escapism of "Raiders of the Lost Ark," derivative as it may have been to viewers more readily familiar with the matinee serials that inspired it, brought an exotic...

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