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    Roman Polanski's 'Venus' Heading To U.S. Via Sundance Selects

    Roman Polanski's "Venus In Fur" will head to the U.S. via Sundance Selects, it was announced today. The film -- which just had its world premiere in Cannes -- stars Polanski's wife and frequent collaborator Emmanuelle Seigner as Vanda, an actress who shows up late to an audition for Thomas (Mathieu...

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    Nicolas Winding Refn On the Tepid Cannes Reaction to 'Only God Forgives' and Why His Second Time at the Festival Was Like 'Going to the Office'

    Few films at Cannes this year were more anticipated than Nicolas Winding Refn's follow-up to "Drive," the ultra-violent pic that netted him the Best Director award at the festival in 2011. Acquired by RADiUS-TWC prior to the festival, "Only God Forgives" had two things going for it that made "Drive"...

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    Lars von Trier's Alternative to Interviews for 'Nymphomaniac'? The Progressive Release of Chapter Teasers

    At the 2011 edition of Cannes, Lars von Trier caused quite a stir when he implied that he could understand how someone -- someone like himself -- could become a Nazi. As part of the publicity for his new film "Nymphomaniac," von Trier has released a new tape-over-his-mouth press photo (above) that ...

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    Cannes Wrap-Up: All the Interviews, News and Reviews from Indiewire's 2013 Festival Coverage

    Au revoir, Cannes. The 66th Annual Festival de Cannes has come and gone, but not without leaving an indelible impact on the industry. From the big winners to the unexpected disappointments, the early morning screenings in southern France were only part of the story. Deals were brokered left and righ...

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    Critical Consensus: What Worked and Didn't at the Cannes Film Festival This Year?

    "Every year at one festival or another there's something to shake up the troops. But this year at Cannes, the shocks did indeed seem greater."

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    'Only God Forgives' Composer Cliff Martinez on Reuniting With Nicolas Winding Refn and Why He Doesn't Consider Himself a Cinephile

    It might be hard to believe, but this year's Cannes Film Festival marked the first one to host in demand film composer Cliff Martinez, whose work with frequent collaborator Steven Soderbergh helped land the then first-time filmmaker the Palme d'Or for his debut "Sex, Lies and Videotape" back in 1989...

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    Cannes Camera d'Or Winner 'Ilo Ilo' Goes to Film Movement

    This year's Camera d'Or winner, "Ilo Ilo," has secured U.S. distribution from Film Movement. Director Anthony Chen's Singapore-set drama was honored as the best first feature at this year's Cannes Film Festival. Film Movement has scheduled a release for the first quarter of 2014 followed by a limite...

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    Palme d'Or Winner 'Blue is the Warmest Color' Tops Indiewire's Cannes 2013 Critics Poll

    The romance that claimed the Palme d'Or is also a hit with critics. "Blue is the Warmest Color," Abdellatif Kechiche's look at lovers Emma and Adele topped the Best Feature list, while co-stars Adele Exarchopolous and Lea Seydoux received top marks for Best Lead Performance and Best Supporting Perfo...

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    'The Immigrant' Director James Gray Tells His Cannes Critics To 'Go F*** Themselves' and Explains His Deeply Personal Connection to the Film

    Labeled "the most divisive film in Cannes competition" by Indiewire's Eric Kohn, James Gray's Marion Cotillard-starring period drama "The Immigrant" was among one of the most anticipated and ultimately debated films to play at the recently wrapped festival. Beloved by many for what Kohn described as...

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    Here Are All of Indiewire's Reviews From the 2013 Cannes Film Festival

    From the Palme d'Or winning coming of age epic "Blue is the Warmest Color" to Steven Soderbergh's star-studded Liberace biopic "Behind the Candelabra" to James Franco's most ambitious directorial effort to date, Indiewire was on the scene at the 66th Festival de Cannes to review the bulk of the most...

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