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    Cannes STD Horror Hit 'It Follows' Lands Distribution; Director Interview (UPDATED)

    The only question is, why did it take so long? Cannes horror hit "It Follows," David Robert Mitchell's second Cannes Critics' Week entry after "The Myth of the American Sleepover," has been scooped up by RADiUS, beating out several companies chasing U.S. rights. Shot again near his hometown of Detro...

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    Watch: Nicolas Winding Refn Introduces Restored 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre' At Cannes

    We might already be in June, with the red carpets at Cannes rolled up, and put into storage for next year, but it seems there are a few odds and ends to tie up from the festival. Indeed, even with three people on the ground, we couldn't cover everything and one event we missed has now partially made...

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    ISA of the Day: Michael Favelle of Odin's Eye Entertainment

    Odin's Eye is one of the few film sales and distribution companies based in Australia, and is highly active in the international markets. Founder Michael Favelle talks about his unexpected entry into film sales, his hybrid approach to distribution, and Scarygirl, his company's biggest international ...

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    Cannes 2014 What I Saw #2: Palme d’Or Winner 'Winter Sleep'

    Winter Sleep , Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s epic and yet personally intimate story of a wealthy self-absorbed Anatolian hotelier and landowner and his uneasy relationships with those around him. Is he evil? Is the power of evil best resisted by giving in to it?

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    Cannes 2014 What I Saw #3: Timbuktu

    Timbuktu , a French-Mauritanian drama film directed by Abderrahmane Sissako won the Ecumenical Jury Prize.

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    Cannes 2014 What I Saw #5: Two Days, One Night

    Two Days, One Night (Deux Jours, Une Nuit) by the Dardennes Brothers shows the fight of a working class young woman to hold on to her financially precarious and hard-won section of the workforce.

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    Cannes 2014 What I Saw #6: Amour Fou

    Amour Fou by Jessica Hausner, one of my favorite directors, was, as all her films are, a surprise, rising out of a quietly building plot whose ending punctuates a philosophic idea that plays out like a melodic line of a larger song.

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    Cannes 2014 What I Saw #7: Brooklyn

    Written about here before Cannes, Brooklyn which screened in ACID, the newest sidebar to the Cannes Film Festival was the first feature by French filmmaker Pascal Tessaud. His films are part of France’s “New Vibe” film movement, films made by those filmmakers living in the “banlieux” or suburbs, tha...

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    ISA of the Day: Matteo Lovadina of Reel Suspects

    Matteo Lovadina of Reel Suspects talks about his reasonably budgeted films, the first Reel Suspects co-productions, and gives realistic advice to first-time filmmakers who are looking for distribution:

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