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    "Atmen," "Geants" Lead Director's Fortnight Winners In Cannes

    Karl Markovics' "Atmen" (Breathing) and Bouli Lanners' "Les géants" led the winners of Cannes' Director's Fortnight section, which were announced this evening.

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    iPOP | This Week on the Scene: Cannes & NYC

    While Lars von Trier's rant in Cannes kept indieWIRE's editorial side busy, iPOP hit up La Croisette this week to offer a peek into what else is going down at the event.

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    Weekly indieWIRE Clicks: The Best News, Reviews & Features

    This week our Cannes coverage took center stage. Below find links to the highlights so far, in addition to non-Cannes related news and features.

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    Cannes Clicks: Day 10 at indieWIRE and Around the Web

    Each day at the Cannes Film Festival (May 11 - 22), indieWIRE is publishing an updated compilation of articles from indieWIRE, our blog network and other outlets.

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    Cannes '11 | "The Letter" Nabs Top Cinéfondation Prize

    Doroteya Droumeva's German student film "The Letter" received First Prize on behalf of the Cinéfondation and Short Films Jury today in Cannes. Second prize went to Kamal Lazraq's French title "Drari," while third went to South Korea's Son Tae-gyum for "Fly by Night."

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    Lars von Trier: "I will never do a press conference again."

    After its much-praised prologue of mostly stills that prefigure the film’s narrative arc, Melancholia becomes a brilliant study of how the troubled, disintegrating state of mind of one character, Justine (a brilliant Kirsten Dunst), echoes the demise of the world as we know it. With his c...

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    CANNES REVIEW | Norwegian Director Joachim Trier Studies Addiction in Moving "Oslo, August 31st"

    Norwegian director Joachim Trier showed serious promise with his feature debut, "Reprise," a thoughtful coming-of-age drama about growing artist types with plenty of verve and style. His effective follow-up, "Oslo, August 31st," takes the opposite route. With its moving lead performance by "Reprise"...

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    CANNES REVIEW | Sorrentino's "This Must Be the Place" Puts Sean Penn in an Embarrassing Position

    The issue with "This Must Be the Place," Italian auteur Paolo Sorrentino's first English language feature, has nothing to do with whether it makes light of the Holocaust. That might be a worthy debate if it didn't face other problems. Chief among them: An uber-campy Sean Penn performance, a gratingl...

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    CANNES FUTURES | "Miss Bala"'s Young Unknown Stephanie Sigman

    Home Country: Mexico Languages: Spanish, English and some French

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    CANNES REVIEW | With "Drive," Nicolas Winding Refn Puts Ryan Gosling in the Fast Lane

    If "The Fast and the Furious" franchise borrowed liberally from 1980s action tropes and ditched plot in favor of sheer speed, it would probably resemble the mad hustle of "Drive," Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn's thrilling foray into the Hollywood arena. Combing a memorably gritty Ryan Gosling...

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