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    'Gravity' Takes Off With Critics: A Recap of the Reviews So Far

    At long last, Alfonso Cuaron's intense space odyssey "Gravity" has been seen, having opened the Venice Film Festival earlier this morning where stars Sandra Bullock and George Clooney brought the Hollywood star power to the event's 70th edition. Aside from the A-list trappings, though, word from the...

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    Film Review: Terraferma

    I want to introduce Carlos Aguilar, a young writer and filmmaker who came to my notice through his list of the Top 10 Best Mexican Films published on Filmophilia, a blog by young film writers.

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    Here Are Indiewire's Top 10 Articles of the Week: Remembering Dennis Farina, Toronto and Venice Lineups, the Heroines of Cinema and More

    It was a week full of festival news, as both the Venice Film Festival and Toronto International Film Festival released their first batch of films for their 2013 installments, bringing along all of the suspected surprises ("The Zero Theorem," "The Wind Rises") and omissions ("Nymphomaniac," "Her") th...

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    70th Venice International Film Festival Announces Line Up

    The 70th annual Venice International Film Festival announced their line up today and it's very thin on women directed films.

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    Alfonso Cuaron's 'Gravity' To Open the 70th Venice International Film Festival

    The Venice International Film Festival has chosen one of its favorite directors to kick off its 70th anniversary. "Gravity," Alfonso Cuaron's long-awaited follow-up to "Children of Men," will premiere out of competition on August 28 as the 11-day Italian festival's opening night film

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    Unifrance Has A New Director

    We in U.S. All know Unifrancc because French films are the most popular non-English language in the U.S. In the bad old days, everyone had to ask N.Y. Unifrance's Catherine Verret for a pass (free) for the festival but only those who had actually acquired a French film that year were granted a pass...

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    William Friedkin To Receive Golden Lion For Lifetime Achievement

    William Friedkin will be honored at this years Venice International Film Festival with the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement. This is the 70th year for the festival which will take place from August 28th - September 7th.

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    Watch: Brooding New Trailer for Golden Lion Winner, South Korean Oscar Entry 'Pieta'

    After taking the Venice Film Festival's Golden Lion for best film in September and getting picked up by Drafthouse Films one month later, Kim Ki-Duk's "Pieta," has received its first trailer from the distributor ahead of its upcoming May release.

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    Richard Lormand, Publicist's Best Films

    Richard Lormand's films are always a key to the best films at the festivals of Berlin, Venice and Cannes. If he reps them, you want to see them.

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    Fill the Void Written and Directed by Rama Burshtein Gets Picked Up by Sony Pictures Classics

    The team at Sony PIctures Classics has been very busy since Toronto and they added another women directed film Fill the Void written and directed by Rama Burshtein to their list of acquisitions. The film will be Israel's submission to the Academy Award for best foreign film having won seven awa...

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