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    Andrea Pallaoro's Debut Feature 'Medeas' Opens on December 19th

    A lyrical portrait of a rural Southern California family’s inner lives, their relationship to their ever-shifting landscape, and their growing alienation with each other, "Medeas" is the acclaimed debut feature of Italian-born filmmaker Andrea Pallaoro.

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    Watch: Greta Gerwig and Al Pacino Square Off in 'The Humbling' Trailer

    Based on the trailer, Barry Levinson's latest film appears to revel in its decadence to say the least.

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    Venice Film Festival 2014 Picks by Richard Lormand

    Once again the publicist/ producer Richard Lormand has made his picks for the Venice Film Festival. His choices invariably are top-notch and his notes on the films show a deep love for his work.

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    German Films in Venice and Toronto

    There will again be a wide range of German films in the program when the Venice International Film Festival opens its doors for the 71st time on 27 August 2014 as the world's oldest existing film festival. German cinema is also prominently represented at the most important North American festival in...

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    Venice Film Fest to Honor Frances McDormand

    An award ceremony for McDormand will be held before a screening of Lisa Cholodenkos's "Olive Kitteridge."

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