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    Self-immolation Ignites Resistance in the Ambitious ‘Burning Bush’

    “Burning Bush” is a riveting and thought provoking epic cinematic accomplishment that mixes a courtroom mystery with the historical accounts of the aftermath of powerful political statement.

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    Review: NBC's 'Rosemary's Baby' Can't Escape Satan, Or Roman Polanski Comparisons

    It's not necessarily fair to compare two versions of the same story, but despite the smoldering of Jason Isaacs, NBC's devilish adaptation of Ira Levin's novel struggles to stand apart.

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    TIFF Women Directors: Meet Agnieszka Holland

    Agnieszka Holland was born in Warsaw, Poland. Her first feature film, Provincial Actors (79), won the FIPRESCI Prize at Cannes. Her last film, In Darkness, was nominated for an Academy Award for best Foreign film. Her film, Burning Bush, is a special presentation playing at TIFF.

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    The Women Directed Films at 2013 New York Film Festival

    The New York Film Festival announced their 2013 main lineup. New films from Catherine Breillat, Claire Denis and Agnieszka Holland are in the line up.

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    Final List for Foreign Films Being Submitted for Oscar Consideration

    63 films have made it onto the list to be considered for the 2012 Academy Awards.

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    Interview with Agnieszka Holland - Director of In Darkness

    I was able to interview the Academy Award winning director (Europa Europa) Agnieszka Holland in Toronto at the debut of her new film about the Holocaust, In Darkness. In Darkness is Poland's entry to the Academy Award for foreign language picture.

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    Good News: Many Films Directed by Women are Being Submitted for Academy Awards for Foreign Films

    Something good is going on this year and I've been watching it for the last couple of weeks. The news is that many countries have submitted films directed by women for Academy Award consideration for best foreign film. Only two women -- both Europeans -- have won the foreign film Oscar, one was ju...

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    TIFF: Wuthering Heights Directed by Andrea Arnold and In Darkness Directed by Agnieszka Holland

    There is no denying that Andrea Arnold is one of the most interesting and provocative directors working today. If you haven't seen her first two films Red Road and Fish Tank you have missed two very good films. Her third Wuthering Heights premiered last week at the Venice Film Festival to very goo...

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