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    Chandor Talks Directing Silent Redford in 'All Is Lost' (TRAILER)

    Writer-director J.C. Chandor is two-for-two now, with man-vs-sea saga "All Is Lost" joining his impressive debut "Margin Call." Many have wondered why Chandor’s official Cannes selection wasn’t selected for the main Competition. "All Is Lost"'s compelling and increasingly harrowing narrative, about ...

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    LatinoBuzz: Europe-Latin America Co-Production Forum Award 2013 For the Best Project

    The film industries of Latin America and Europe collaborated during the past San Sebastian International Film festival in a co-production forum that brought creators, producers, distributors, and other important figures in the film industry together in order to tighten and expand relationships, and ...

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    Abdellatif Kechiche Corrects the Record On Lesbian Drama 'Blue Is the Warmest Color': The Film Should Be Released

    In an interview with Indiewire today ahead of the movie's appearance at the New York Film Festival, Kechiche put it bluntly: Of course he wants the movie released.

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    Review: James Franco's 'As I Lay Directing' (TRAILER)

    As the ever prolific James Franco's Cormac McCarthy adaptation "Child of God" continues to win strong reviews at NYFF (having premiered at Venice), his Cannes William Faulkner adaptation "As I Lay Dying" has a limited theatrical release October 11. Check out our review, below.

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    Ben Barenholtz, A Life in Film International Film Business

    This week is Ben Barenholtz' birthday. We'd like to celebrate by running 2 pieces on his amazing wonderful life. This is his public bio, which in itself, tells of a rich wonderful career in film. In the next days we'll publish his amazin...

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    'Queen Margot' Filmmaker Patrice Chéreau Dies at 68

    Patrice Chéreau, the French filmmaker best known for the female fronted period dramas "Queen Margot" and "Gabrielle," has passed away today in Paris after succumbing to cancer. He was 68.

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    Film Festivals Take A Giant Step Forward In Organizing

    At the recent New York IFP Meetings in mid September Just after TIFF, I attended a day devoted to an initiative called the IFP Festival Forum.This nascent professional association of film festivals has been convening at IFP’s independent Film Week and the Sundance Film Festival for a couple ...

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    Cannes Announces 2014 Festival Dates

    The 67th edition of the Cannes Film Festival has set its dates for May 14-25, 2014.

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    Matt Porterfield Shares a Scene From His Award-Winning 'I Used To Be Darker,' Featuring Palme d'Or Winner Adèle Exarchopoulos

    Matt Porterfield is back following his critically acclaimed sophomore feature "Putty Hill," with the affecting drama "I Used to Be Darker," which premiered at Sundance this year before playing at Berlin and winning Best Narrative Feature at the Atlanta Film Festival. The Baltimore-set film stars Kim...

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