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    Indiewire's Best Undistributed Film 'Stray Dogs' Lands a Distributor

    After making an impressive number of Taiwanese films and becoming an important figure of the country's new cinema movement, director Tsai Ming Liang's latest masterpiece "Stray Dogs" has now been acquired by Cinema Guild. The film wowed audiences and critics at the 2013 Venice Film Festival, where i...

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    If You Read One Review For Each of the NYFF 2013 Films...

    We've picked out some of the best reviews from ten of the films playing at this year's New York Film Festival.

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    '12 Years a Slave' and 'Gravity' Top Indiewire's Toronto Film Festival Critics Poll

    After a week of grabbing much of the festival headlines from the last two weeks, the two films that seem poised to continue making waves for the rest of 2013 got another big boost from critics. "12 Years a Slave" and “Gravity" both received top marks in multiple categories of our end of festival pol...

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    Venice 2013: Our 5 Favorite Films Of The Festival, Plus Our Complete Coverage

    It's farewell for another year to mosquitos, vaporettos and incomprehensibly rude Italian film critics who insist on checking their email mid-screening, because the 70th Venice Film Festival wrapped up on Saturday. For a festival that had seen quite a few twists and turns, it felt appropriate that i...

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    This Year's Prizes At the Venice Film Festival Were Historic. So Why Were They Also a Disappointment?

    When Bernardo Bertolucci announced on Saturday that the first-ever winner of Venice’' Grand Jury Prize was Tsai Ming Liang's "Stray Dogs," my heart sank.

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    Venice Review: Tsai Ming-Liang's 'Stray Dogs'

    In a festival that's seen a number of endurance tests—Philip Groning's three-hour, 59-chapter "The Police Officer's Wife," the abstracted imagery of "Under The Skin," the brief but unrelentingly terrible duration of "Parkland," no film seemed to inspire more walk outs than "Stray Dogs." The return o...

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