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    Why is Russia Commemorating WWI With a Propaganda Film?

    A new Russian film documents its little-known battalion of women soldiers during WWI. But the story behind the production is as fascinating as the one that inspired it.

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    How Do Indie Filmmakers Survive in Russia?

    The Moscow International Film Festival offered a microcosm of the struggles experienced by local filmmakers.

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    Why 'Moana,' the First Docufiction in History, Deserves a New Life

    Almost a century after its production, Robert Flaherty's startling portrait of Samoan islanders receives a much-needed restoration.

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    Strand Releasing Acquires Bruce LaBruce's Venice and TIFF Entry, 'Gerontophilia'

    Bruce LaBruce is about to be back where he belongs: shocking (/ educating) cinema audiences and taking name, etc. Strand Releasing has just nabbed all US rights to his new film "Gerontophillia" and is planning an early 2015 release.

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    Moscow Film Fest Announces Lineup; Will Open With 'World War Z'

    Marc Forster's anticipated summer blockbuster "World War Z" will open the 35th edition of the Moscow International Film Festival. The Brad Pitt-led film will screen at the festival on June 20th, the day before it opens Stateside.

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