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    'Salinger' Catches Solid Opening Numbers

    This weekend is usually the calm before the storm as a range of upcoming significant films get attention at Toronto. Normally otherwise occupied distributors avoid this post-Labor Day date like the plague. Nonetheless a likely record 30 new specialized/indie releases found theaters in New York and L...

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    This Weekend: Hannah Fidell's Must-See 'A Teacher,' Plus 'Salinger' Doc, Lynn Shelton's 'Touchy Feely' and More

    Very few new-release films are sitting positively with critics this weekend. But -- Tomatometer be damned -- Hannah Fidell's indie "A Teacher" is nonetheless a must-see, anchored by a startlingly complex performance from Lindsay Burdge as a high school teacher whose illicit affair with one of her st...

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    The 10 Indie Films You Must See This September

    September is about to offer quite the selection to movie-goers (even for those not heading to Toronto this week), with dozens of films on Indiewire's September calendar.

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    Watch: Trailer for French Romantic Comedy 'Populaire' Hints at a Crowdpleaser Along the Lines of 'The Artist'

    Among the countless dramatic international fare making it into theaters throughout the coming months, Regis Roinsard's "Populaire" has continued to stand out for the sheer sense of delight emerging from the film's breezy tone, infectious look and screwball tone. With a release date currently set for...

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    San Francisco International Film Festival Begins with 'Twenty Feet from Stardom,' 'Populaire,' 'The Artist and the Model'

    The first screening of the first full day of the San Francisco International Film Festival begins, with Fernando Trueba's "The Artist and the Model," and "Twenty Feet from Stardom."

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    Rome Review: French Rom-Com 'Populaire' Is A Chocolate Box Movie - Pretty, Sweet, May Cause Slight Sugar Headache

    The Weinstein Company secured the U.S. distribution rights to “Populaire,” the '50s-set French rom-com that premiered Out of Competition at the Rome Film Festival, back in March, and it’s easy to see why. Boasting a chic, stylized period setting, dotted with bubblegum colors, sharp tailoring and lac...

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    Roman Coppola's 'Charles Swan III' Leads Rome Film Festival Lineup

    So....that's it? With early rumors pointing to Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained," Johnnie To's "Drug War," Gabriele Muccino's Gerard Butler-starring comedy "Playing For Keeps," Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln," Gus Van Sant's &quo...

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    New Images: Robert Redford In 'All Is Lost'; Kristen Stewart In 'Breaking Dawn 2' & The Weinstein's 'Populaire'

    Screw in your eyeballs, and take a sneak peek at some movies coming soon....and not so soon....to a theater to near you.

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    First Look At 'Populaire' The French 1950s-Set Rom-Com The Weinsteins Hope Is The Next 'The Artist'

    If Harvey Weinstein can turn a silent, black-and-white movie featuring French actors into an Oscar winner, then who's to say he can't turn the trick again? With the feeling of nostalgia still in the air thanks to "The Artist," "Hugo" and "Midnight In Paris," The...

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