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    First Look: Alexander Payne, Janus Films Present Restored Italian Classic 'I Knew Her Well' (EXCLUSIVE POSTER)

    Antonio Pietrangeli's portrait of a Roman woman (Stefania Sandrelli) in the swinging Sixties opens at New York's Film Forum February 5, in a new 4K restoration from Criterion.

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    Orson Welles' 'Chimes at Midnight' Returns to Cinemas For the First Time in Decades This New Year's Day

    Happy day! Many cinephiles have longed for a definitive release of "Chimes at Midnight," Orson Welles' favorite of his films. "If I wanted to get into heaven on the basis of one movie," he once said, "that's the one I would offer up."

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    Takashi Murakami on Bringing Art to Life in Directorial Debut 'Jellyfish Eyes'

    The acclaimed Japanese artist reflects on creating his feature film debut and what he's learned from the nearly three-year journey.

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    Janus Films Acquires Takashi Murakami's 'JellyFish Eyes'

    Takashi Murakami's directorial debut will be released stateside July 15.

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    Janus Catches Takashi Murakami's Very Weird and Wondrous 'Jellyfish Eyes'

    Janus Films has inked a July 15 day-and-date release for visual artist's Murakami's feature film, which has been playing museums exclusively for over a year.

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    Watch: 'The Apu Trilogy' Trailer Highlights the Necessity and Power of Film Restoration

    "Never having seen a Satyajit Ray film is like never having seen the sun or the moon." - Akira Kurosawa

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    Is It the Best or the Worst Time for Film Restoration?

    Some good news on the film restoration front: Satyajit Ray's "Apu Trilogy" is getting a 4K restoration and Janus Films is planning a theatrical release.

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