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    Cannes 2014 - Early Reactions To Djinn Carrénard's 'Faire L’Amour' (International Critics’ Week Opening Film)

    Cannes 2014 - Early Reactions To Djinn Carrénard's 'Faire L’Amour' (International Critics’ Week Opening Film)

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    Cannes Review: Keren Yedaya's Loathsome Israeli Incest Drama 'That Lovely Girl'

    Sometime after seeing "Grace Of Monaco" (review here) yesterday, I said as an aside to a colleague, "Well, at least it can only get better from here." Because normally, if a film like that, badly made and ill-conceived on every level, kicks off a festival, the worst is over, and while you might get ...

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    Millennium Entertainment Acquires U.S. Rights to 'God Only Knows' with Ben Barnes and Leighton Meester

    Millennium Entertainment has announced their acquisition of James Mottern's crime thriller "God Only Knows," starring Ben Barnes, Leighton Meester, Harvey Keitel, Toby Jones, Kenny Wormald, and Slaine.

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    Cannes By The Numbers: 5 Lessons Learned From This Cannes Film Festival Infographic

    With "Cannes By The Numbers," Entertainment Media Partners and Screen International raise more questions and provide very few answers to what the future holds for cinema.

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    Cannes Review: Why Mike Leigh's 'Mr. Turner,' Starring Timothy Spall, is a Masterful Biopic

    Watching "Mr. Turner," which premiered today at the Cannes Film Festival, one gets the sense that only a film artist like Leigh could apply such elegance to the uneasy state of another creative mind.

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    ISA of the Day: Sam Blan of Inception Film Partners

    Sam Blan of Inception Film Partners discusses the use of global cinema to bridge intercultural gaps. Inception has brought May The Best Man Win to the Cannes Film Festival.

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    Cannes Review: Mike Leigh's 'Mr. Turner' Ranks Among His Very Best Films

    Things acclaimed British director Mike Leigh is known for: wry comedy-drama poking at ordinary lives and the class system, a compassionate yet sharp take on the human condition, his almost unique working method that involves workshopping and improvising for months with his cast before a frame of fil...

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    Sony Pictures Classics' Secrets: 'Mr. Turner' Opens Competition, First of Five Cannes Entries (TRAILERS)

    Sony Pictures Classics is always one of the big North American buyers at Cannes. This year they're taking five movies to the Riviera festival--and plan to buy a few more. We find out some of their secrets for survival.

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    How One Day Can Change Everything at the Cannes Film Festival

    On the first day of the Cannes Film Festival, the sour taste of "Grace of Monaco" was quickly replaced by acclaim for "Timbuktu." Meanwhile, insiders looked ahead to the next 10 days.

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    Cannes Review: Abderrahmane Sissako’s Powerful, Persuasive & Profound ‘Timbuktu’

    While Mauritanian-born director Abderrahmane Sissako has premiered three films in Cannes (winning a number of prizes including the FIPRESCI), and has served on three of its juries including the Competition jury in 2007, “Timbuktu” represents his first film In Competition. This unusual profile, coupl...

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