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    Watch: Exclusive Trailer for Fatih Akin's Intense 'The Cut', To Screen at Venice

    After a five year hiatus from narrative filmmaking, German filmmaker Fatih Akin returns with "The Cut" -- a dark survival drama set in the midst of the Armenian Genocide.

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    17% of Venice Film Fest's Main Lineup Directed by Women

    Only 2 of the 19 films in the main competition are from female filmmakers.

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    Venice Reveals 2014 Lineup: New James Franco, Lisa Cholodenko and Peter Bogdanovich Make Cut

    The 71st Venice Film Festival today announced their lineup of 55 features, 20 of which are screening in competition, and all of which are world premieres.

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    'Birdman' by Alejandro G. Iñárritu to Opens the 71st Venice Film Festival

    "Birdman" (or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance ), directed by Alejandro G. Iñárritu ("Amores perros," "21 Grams," "Babel,"Biutiful") with Michael Keaton, will open the 71st Venice Film Festival (August 27– September 6, 2014).

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    Strand Releasing Acquires Bruce LaBruce's Venice and TIFF Entry, 'Gerontophilia'

    Bruce LaBruce is about to be back where he belongs: shocking (/ educating) cinema audiences and taking name, etc. Strand Releasing has just nabbed all US rights to his new film "Gerontophillia" and is planning an early 2015 release.

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    Watch: James Franco Reloads Rifles in Cormac McCarthy Adaptation 'Child of God'

    Well Go USA Entertainment has released the trailer of James Franco new directorial feat "Child of God." Adapted from a novel of the same name by Cormac McCarthy ("No Country for Old Men", "The Road"), the film will soon join a group of largely unknown, unappreciated films by Franco.

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    Ann Hui's The Golden Era to Close Venice Film Festival

    The Hong Kong director will also preside over the festival's Horizons jury.

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    Alice Rohrwacher to Head Venice Film Fest's Best First Film Jury

    Rohrwacher won the 2014 Cannes Grand Prix with her sophomore film "The Wonders."

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    10 Films Not Heading To Cannes (But Sure To Hit Venice and/or Toronto)

    The 2014 Cannes Film Festival lineup is out, and while it certainly includes enough highly anticipated films to fulfill any cinephile's dreams between now and the festival's May 14th kick-off, there were a few films that didn't end up making the cut -- some bigger surprises than others.

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    Exclusive: Tim Sutton's 'Memphis' Sells to Kino Lorber and Vimeo

    Indiewire has exclusively learned that Tim Sutton's sophomore feature "Memphis" (he previously directed "Pavilion") has sold to Vimeo and Kino Lorber. The film played at both the Venice and Sundance film festivals.

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