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J'ai tué ma mère (I Killed My Mother)

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    Criticwire Picks: Surveying This Month's Top-Rated Indie Films

    March was a solid month for indies, as the newest members on our list of the Best of the Year So Far can attest.

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    Review: Xavier Dolan's 'Mother' Marks the Birth of a New Talent

    "I Killed My Mother" opens in U.S. theaters this week. Here's our review from 2009.

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    EXCLUSIVE: The 100 Films Affected By the Regent Lawsuit -- And What the Filmmakers Can Do About It

    With approximately 100 library titles and unreleased acquisitions at stake in the $90 million lawsuit against Paul Colichman and Stephen Jarchow's Regent Entertainment Group, some of the impacted filmmakers have told indieWIRE they are considering the possibility of uniting for a class-action lawsui...

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    "Polytechnique" Sweeps Controversially "Mother"-Less Canadian Film Awards

    With a staggering nine awards, Denis Villeneuve's "Polytechnique" swept The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television's controversial 30th annual Genie Awards, held on Toronto's waterfront Monday night. The Quebecois filmmaker's dramatization of the 1989 Montreal Massacre - where several female engine...

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    Canada's Golden Boy: Introducing Xavier Dolan

    When his first film, “I Killed My Mother" (J’ai Tue Ma Mere), premiered at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year, few people had heard of Xavier Dolan. As an actor in his native Quebec, Dolan was perhaps best known – if known at all – for his roles in Roger Cantin’s “La forteresse suspendue,” ...

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    REVIEW | Interpersonal Lyricism: An Exciting Filmmaker Is Born With "Mother"

    Xavier Dolan's "I Killed My Mother" marks the emergence of an exciting new filmmaking talent. The Montreal actor, a mere 20 years old, displays a startlingly mature perspective on human behavior in his triple threat position as writer-director-star. He plays Hubert, a gay teen constantly at odds wit...

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