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    Factory 25 Releasing Cannes Director's Fortnight Films

    Factory 25 announced today that they have acquired the rights to four recent Cannes Director's Fortnight films, all of which will be released as part of its new Factory Fortnight series.

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    Critical Consensus: Hoberman and Taubin on 'Melancholia' and 'J. Edgar'

    Welcome to the first installment of Critical Consensus, a biweekly feature in which two critics from Indiewire’s Criticwire network discuss new releases with Indiewire’s chief film critic, Eric Kohn.

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    Watch: Gorgeous Trailer for "Shit Year" Starring Ellen Barkin

    Cinemad has released the U.S. trailer for Santa Cruz filmmaker Cam Archer's sophomore feature "Shit Year," and it's a sight to behold. The film features Ellen Barkin as Colleen West, a Hollywood actress whose retirement leaves her flustered and in the arms of Luke Grimes, a young actor she falls for...

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    When Are Films Political? When They're Iranian (Again)!!

    You are surely aware of the situation that is affecting Jafar Panahi, and that didn’t allow him to come in Cannes this year to present the movie This is Not a Film (Ceci n'est pas un film) (ISA: Wide Management). At that time, he was out of prison and awaiting his hearing, but banned from filmmaking...

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    Cinando

    Cinando, the official website and database of the Cannes Market (Marche) offers online streaming for 40 films from Certain Regard, Directors Fortnight and Semaine de la Critique to its members. It also gives access to Cannes Competition and Out of Competition screenings, market screenings (with per...

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    Cannes 2011: What's Been Acquired From The Competition, One Month Later?

    The 2011 Cannes Film Festival kicked off a little over a month ago, and its reputation for being a particularly sales-heavy edition of the fest continued today with Cinema Guild's acquisition of Grand Prix co-winner "Once Upon a Time in Anatolia". Of the 20 films that screened in official competiti...

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    Lars von Trier Responds to Iranian Culture Minister's Criticism of Cannes

    Lars von Trier has released a response to a letter the Iranian Deputy Culture Minister for Cinematic Affairs Javad Shamaqdari released to Persian media outlets Monday that criticized the Cannes Film Festival's decision to declare the director "persona non grata", after his controversial press confer...

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    12 Films to Watch From Cannes (Plus Several More)

    Last year at the Cannes Film Festival, attendees gossiped that the following year would potentially be "a banner year" with a host of big name directors slated to complete their projects in time for the 2011 festival. That was indeed the case. People were already talking about Terrance Malick's "The...

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    CANNES INTERVIEW | Thierry Frémaux: "Cannes doesn't compete with anybody."

    Cannes Film Festival artistic director Thierry Frémaux is a busy guy. One minute he's greeting celebrities on the red carpet; the next he's introducing a first-time filmmaker in the Un Certain Regard sidebar. However, since taking over the position from current festival president Gilles Jacob in 199...

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