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    Watch: J.K. Simmons is Miles Teller's Worst Nightmare in Trailer for Sundance Hit 'Whiplash'

    Here's the trailer for the Damien Chazelle's debut film "Whiplash," which stars Miles Teller as a promising 19-year-old drummer who faces a difficult and threatening music teacher (J.K. Simmons).

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    New Frederick Wiseman Documentary 'National Gallery' Slated for November Release

    Earlier this week Zipporah Films announced that Cannes Directors' Fortnight entry "National Gallery" will be released this November. The documentary film, directed by the renowned Frederick Wiseman, gives us a comprehensive look at the London museum that's been around for almost two centuries.

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    Watch: Nicolas Winding Refn Introduces Restored 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre' At Cannes

    We might already be in June, with the red carpets at Cannes rolled up, and put into storage for next year, but it seems there are a few odds and ends to tie up from the festival. Indeed, even with three people on the ground, we couldn't cover everything and one event we missed has now partially made...

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    Cannes Review: Prize-Winning Survivalist Love Story ‘Les Combattants’

    So we’re electing to go with the French title of this film (which translates to “The Fighters”) rather than the mooted English language versio — “Love at First Fight”— because we’re quite fond of the English language and also of this little film, and slight as it is, it doesn’t deserve to be lumbere...

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    Cannes Review: Studio Ghibli's 'The Tale Of Princess Kaguya' Is An Artful Return For Isao Takahata

    Studio Ghibli is at a real crossroads in its history. The legendary Japanese animation studio has become a respected name even in the West, thanks to a string of classics that trump even Pixar, but last year, the legendary Hayao Miyazaki debuted "The Wind Rises," the film he claims will be his final...

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    Cannes: Bruno Dumont Fascinates With Ambitious 3 ½-Hour Comedy Series ‘P’Tit Quinquin’

    Mental disorder, disease, murder, and confounding evil. Not exactly the makings of a slapstick comedy, but this is Bruno Dumont we’re talking about. Known, by the few who dare to know him, as a seriously depressing and morose filmmaker, Dumont is so fascinated by the grotesque side of human nature, ...

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    Cannes Review: John Boorman's 'Queen And Country,' A Solid Sequel To Oscar-Nominee 'Hope & Glory'

    Of all the many, many sequels to land in theaters this year, by far the most unexpected is "Queen And Country." It follows up a film released 27 years ago, and which was never more than a modest hit. It doesn't have superheroes or dragons or aging action heroes. It's an autobiographical period piece...

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    Cannes: International Federation of Film Critics Announce Their Winning Selections

    The International Federation of Film Critics (FIPRESCI) have announced their winning selections from this year's Cannes Film Festival.

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