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    Cannes Review: Mathieu Amalric's Elegant And Airless ‘The Blue Room’

    Presenting a compelling argument about the dangers of lovers’ chit-chat in a state of post-coital distraction, Mathieu Amalric’s latest directorial outing “The Blue Room” marks the French actor/filmmaker’s return to Cannes (though to the Un Certain Regard section) after “On Tour,” his last film, sur...

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    Cannes Review: Can a Poem Save Your Life? Israeli Drama 'The Kindergarten Teacher' Makes the Case

    Israeli director Nadav Lapid takes an unusual premise and then rolls with it in "The Kindergarten Teacher," a second, more feminine film after the successful macho posturing of his striking debut, "Policeman."

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    Watch: Quentin Tarantino’s 50-Minute Press Conference From Cannes

    By now you’ve probably heard about Quentin Tarantino’s press conference from Cannes. He’s not down with digital projection, he’s starting to heal over the “knife in the back” that was casting agents helping leak his “Hateful Eight” screenplay, which he still might make, and he’s considering making a...

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    Cannes Review: ‘Misunderstood’ By Asia Argento, Starring Charlotte Gainsbourg

    There’s something irresistibly hip about Asia Argento, even as a concept. The sultry, pouty daughter of trash-horror maestro Dario Argento, her public image as a wild child jack-of-all-trades-as-long-as-they’re-kinda-glamorous (actress, singer, model, director) does make her something of a poster gi...

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    Cannes Review: Studio Ghibli's 'The Tale Of Princess Kaguya' Is An Artful Return For Isao Takahata

    Studio Ghibli is at a real crossroads in its history. The legendary Japanese animation studio has become a respected name even in the West, thanks to a string of classics that trump even Pixar, but last year, the legendary Hayao Miyazaki debuted "The Wind Rises," the film he claims will be his final...

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    Cannes Review: Sergei Loznitsa’s Ukranian Crisis Documentary ‘Maidan’

    Sergei Loznitsa is no stranger to Cannes, both of his previous features competing for the Palme d’Or with 2012’s “In The Fog” winning the critics’ FIPRESCI prize. So when news went around that he’s making a documentary on the Ukrainian protests, there was only one place for it to premiere. “Maidan” ...

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    Cannes Review: Matthew Warchus' Moving, Progressive Crowd-Pleaser 'Pride' Starring Bill Nighy, Dominic West & Paddy Considine

    It sometimes feels that the British film industry only makes about three or four different kinds of movies: dreadful gangster films that rarely get a release abroad, gritty social realism pictures, period costume dramas, and semi-quirky comedies with a tearjerking side, exemplified by something like...

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    ISA of the Day: Clay Epstein of Arclight Films

    SVP of Sales and Acquisitions for Arclight Films Clay Epstein shares more about Arclight, his experience from the days of the indie film explosion in Los Angeles, and why America's television renaissance is keeping the film business on its toes.

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    ANALYSIS: Here's Why This Was the Best Cannes Film Festival in Years

    This was the best Cannes Film Festival in years -- at least in terms of the different categories of experiences it provided. Palme d'Or winner "Winter Sleep" is just one example.

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    Cannes Film Festival Announces Winners

    The Palme d’Or of the 67th annual Cannes Film Festival went to Winter Sleep, Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s epic and yet personally intimate story of a wealty self-absorbed Anatolian hotelier and landowner and his uneasy relationships with those around him.

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