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    Cannes Review: Andrei Zvyagintsev's Searing, Powerful Russian Epic 'Leviathan'

    Between Pussy Riot, the continued persecution of homosexuality, the Sochi Olympics and the invasion of the Ukraine, all eyes have been on Russia so far in 2014. And that's been true at Cannes too. "The Search" examined previous Russian aggression in Chechnya, while "Maidan" took a ground's eye view ...

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    American Pavilion 2014- Thursday, May 22- Daily Update/Emerging Filmmaker Winners 2014

    For the past 25 years The American Pavilion has offered opportunities in Cannes to film students from around the world. The 2014 Emerging Filmmaker Showcase will provide an opportunity for young filmmakers to have their works seen by Cannes Festival and Film Market attendees

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    Cannes Review: 'Leviathan' Is a Transfixing Epic That Grows On You

    Russian director Andrey Zvyagintsev's bleak drama (which is also sometimes a black comedy) finds people in a remote town trapped by situations beyond their control.

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    Cannes: 'Jimmy's Hall' a Fitting Swansong but Ken Loach Isn't Done Yet

    If "Jimmy's Hall" was to be Ken Loach's final narrative feature, as he suggested a few months ago, the activist-minded British filmmaker could go out with his chin held high.

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    Review: Sign Language Drama 'The Tribe' is an Unprecedented Cinematic Accomplishment

    Ukranian director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy's "The Tribe" has no spoken dialogue whatsoever, but that doesn't stop it from making a bold statement.

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    Oscars: Can 'Foxcatcher,' 'Eleanor Rigby' & 'Mr. Turner' Go From Cannes To Awards Success?

    Though there’s still a couple of days and a few high-profile premieres to come, things are starting to wind down here in Cannes. So while that means a chance to catch up on reviews, and on stuff we missed earlier in the festival, it’s also a opportunity to have a breath and take stock of what’s come...

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    Cannes: Tommy Lee Jones' 'The Homesman' Snapped Up for North America by Newbie Saban Films

    Tommy Lee Jones' Cannes competition title "The Homesman" has found, well, a home with new banner Saban Films, who will distribute the film in North America.

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