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    A Tree Grows In 'Timbuktu' Exclusive Poster Debut

    Mauritania's official selection for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film has been hailed as "breathtakingly beautiful" and "mesmerizing."

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    Watch: First 'Force Majeure' Clip Forces Couple to Grapple With Consequences of Cowardice

    It's the moments when the camera lingers -- refusing to cut where the off-screen dialogue originates -- that will cause you some, if not a lot, of anxiety.

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    Watch: Jean-Luc Godard Makes Landscape His Muse in 'Goodbye to Language' Trailer

    Fight the urge to close read and just allow yourself to plunge, headfirst, into Godard's cinematic mileu.

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    Watch: 'Mommy' Trailer Pits Mother Against Son

    Don't let the aspect ratio throw you off.

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    Exclusive: Cinema Guild Acquires Viggo Mortensen Produced Drama 'Jauja'

    A favorite from this year's Cannes Film Festival, "Jauja" stars Viggo Mortensen as a father who sets out on a wilderness quest to find his daughter.

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    Roadside Attractions Acquires Xavier Dolan's Cannes-Winning 'Mommy'

    "Mommy" the latest film by Canadian director Xavier Dolan, has just been picked up by Roadside Attractions for U.S. distribution. The film was the co-winner of the Jury Prize at Cannes earlier this year.

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    Watch: Ryan Reynolds, Mireille Enos Search Frantically for Missing Daughter in Trailer for 'The Captive'

    Despite the juxtaposition of intrigue against the barren, snow-laden Canadian landscape, critics at Cannes did not respond kindly to Egoyan's latest project.

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