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    Review: 'Tiny Furniture' With French People? 'Swim Little Fish Swim' is a Gentle NYC Delight

    The directorial debut of French couple Lola Bessis and Ruben Amar is a bittersweet ode to the challenges of young Manhattanites.

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    The Films of Oliver Stone, Ranked Worst to Best

    Three time Oscar-winning writer/director Oliver Stone turns 68 today. In honor of the filmmaker's birthday, we've ranked his films, from worst to best.

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    Toronto Review: 'The Yes Men Are Revolting' Puts Activism in a Personal Light

    The third entry in the "Yes Men" documentary series finds the activists questioning themselves.

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    Review: 'Z Nation' Isn't the 'Walking Dead' Parody We Need, But It's the One We Deserve Right Now

    Despite what die-hard fans of "The Walking Dead" may claim, zombie shows shouldn't be taken so damn seriously. Sadly, "Z Nation" takes their own levity too lightly.

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    Indiewire Podcast: TIFF's Oscar Movies & Sleeper Hits

    What's the point of this big festival up north? Anne Thompson and Eric Kohn search for an answer.

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    Venice Review: Quentin Dupieux's 'Reality' Will Mess With Your Head

    The "Rubber" director returns with another wild surrealist comedy.

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    Toronto Review: Israelis and Palestinians Debate Education in 'This is My Land'

    Tamara Erde's timely documentary explores the different approaches to education in Israeli and Palestinian schools.

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    Toronto Review: Japanese Hip Hop Tale 'Tokyo Tribe' is a Wild Ride

    Sion Sono follows up crowdpleaser "Why Don't You Play in Hell?" with a feisty yakuza tale.

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    Venice Review: Joe Dante's 'Burying the Ex' is a Loving Homage to B-Movies

    The B-movie director's zombie romcom has more on its mind than just the return of the dead.

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