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    Nicolas Winding Refn Is a Fan of Ryan Gosling's 'Lost River': "It's a Beautiful, Great Movie"

    Critics at Cannes may have been harsh on Ryan Gosling's go-for-broke directorial debut "Lost River" (Anne Thompson liked it), but director Nicolas Winding Refn had only good words for it at the festival's closing night dinner. Now, in many ways this is a no-brainer. Gosling has been Winding Refn's m...

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    Nicolas Winding Refn Says Ryan Gosling’s ‘Lost River’ a “Beautiful” Film That “Will Grow On People”

    Ryan Gosling’s first foray into directing, “Lost River," may not land on critics’ lists of awards contenders coming out of Cannes, where the film premiered, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have its merits or a potential audience in waiting. Described as a hallucinogenic blend of Gosling’s influence...

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    At Cannes, Filmmakers Break Out of the Box at Their Peril: Ask Ryan Gosling

    Filmmakers at Cannes beware. Make an unpredictable movie well outside your comfort zone and sometimes, critics will heap you with praise, as they did when comedy director Michel Hazanavicius went dramatic with "The Artist" at Cannes and went on to win a bevy of prizes including the Best Picture Osca...

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    Ryan Gosling Lays An Oeuf At Cannes With "Lost River"

    I asked my source at Cannes to send me back a few reviews this morning and the highlight of our conversation was Ryan Gosling's directorial debut, "Lost Rivers". I'm begging you...read more

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    Warner Bros. Looking To Sell Ryan Gosling's Cannes Flop 'Lost River' To Indie Distributor

    It was just over a year ago that Warner Bros. turned heads by picking up the domestic rights to Ryan Gosling's directorial debut, then called "How To Catch A Monster." Not only was it surprising that the ambitious movie had landed at a major studio, and the amount of money WB paid — $3 million — rai...

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    The Cannes Field Manual: What To Expect From Ryan Gosling’s Directorial Debut ‘Lost River’

    By now in the Five Stages of Cannes Reaction, (1. Reaction 2. Backlash 3. Backlash to the backlash 4. Consensus 5. Moving On To Next Shiny Thing) we’re approaching the end of phase 4 with Ryan Gosling’s Un Certain Regard entry “Lost River.” It is a divisive film, though not as polarizing in the spec...

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    Ryan Gosling's "Crapocalyptic" Directorial Debut 'Lost River' Sends Cannes Up in Flames

    "What the hell did I just see?" seems to be the general reaction critics are having to Ryan Gosling's directorial debut and Un Certain Regard entry "Lost River."

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    Cannes Review: Ryan Gosling's 'Lost River' Starring Christina Hendricks, Saoirse Ronan & Matt Smith

    There's no bigger way for a movie star to paint a giant target on their back than by stepping behind the camera. More often than not, an actor making their directorial debut gets to do more or less whatever they want, and without anyone telling them no, the results can be indulgent and self-serving—...

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    Watch: Check Out a Creepy Matt Smith in This Surreal First Teaser From Ryan Gosling's Cannes Directorial Debut 'Lost River'

    With Cannes already halfway done, we are still waiting for one of the most anticipated films to hit the festival scene: Ryan Gosling's "Lost River." Luckily, a first teaser clip has arrived for the surreal fantasy film, previously entitled "How To Catch a Monster."

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    Watch: First Teaser Clip From Ryan Gosling's Cannes Entry 'Lost River'

    Ryan Gosling has been to the Cannes Film Festival as an actor, starring in the critically adored "Drive," the equally admired "Blue Valentine" and the less universally embraced "Only God Forgives." But this year he's back as a filmmaker, with his directorial debut "Lost River" playing in Un Certain ...

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