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    Why 2013 Was a Banner Year For Documentaries, And 2014 Looks Even Better

    "A banner year for documentary" is what you’re likely to have read in more than a few year-end overviews in recent weeks, and not without reason: 2013 was a great year for documentaries, though also one that drew attention to the ways in which our (mis)use of that word tends to shape and shift our e...

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    Arthouse Audit: 'Emperor,' 'The We and the I,' 'Beyond the Hills' Rely on Good Word To Grow Audiences

    Specialized distributors continue to try to break beyond the usual review-driven New York/Los Angeles limited openings to find less conventional ways to release films. Among this week’s openings, Mumblecore indie “Somebody Out There Likes Me," starring Second City's own Nick Offerman, premiered to s...

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    5 Films to Watch From the 2013 Film Comment Selects Series

    For 13 years, the editors of Film Comment magazine have presented an annual screening series of diverse cinema at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, much of which has garnered acclaim on the festival circuit but hardly anywhere else. Here are five highlights from this year's lineup.

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    Michel Gondry's Cannes Entry 'The We and the I' Coming to Theaters in March

    Michel Gondry's "The We and the I," which debuted at Cannes without making much noise (or receiving much praise), is still managing at 71% Fresh score on RottenTomatoes.

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    108 Media, Paladin Take North American Rights To Michel Gondry's Bronx Tale 'The We & The I'

    108 Media and Paladin have picked up all North American rights to Michel Gondry's Bronx tale The We and The I at the Toronto International Film Festival, where the film is making its North American screening debut.

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    Toronto 2012: Michel Gondry's 'The We and the I' Finds a Home With Paladin and 108 Media

    Paladin and 108 Media have acquired all North American rights to Michel Gondry's “The We and the I” at the Toronto International Film Festival, where the film had its North American premiere Friday. First screend at Cannes in May, “The We and the I” will open in theaters ...

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    Cannes: Michel Gondry Discusses 'The Green Hornet' & Admits "Fans Didn't Like My Vision Of The Superhero"

    Just one more reason why we love French filmmaker Michel Gondry: not only is he constantly challenging the preconceptions of who he is as a filmmaker by moving from documentary to mainstream tentpole back to micro-budgeted indie film, he's also frank with his opinions on his on work. Maybe ...

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    Criticwire Critics Analyze Cannes at the Halfway Mark

    Halfway through Cannes 2012, we highlight the best and not-quite-as-good, based on the feedback from our Criticwire members.

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    CANNES 2012: Michel Gondry's THE WE AND THE I

    Gondry's latest movie buzzes with hormones and posturing and All That Angst.

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