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    Watch: Aspect Ratio Shifting Clip From Xavier Dolan's 'Tom At The Farm'

    When you think of Xavier Dolan, I assume you think, “Oh yeah, the guy who did the voice of Ron Weasley in the French dubs of the 'Harry Potter' films.” I know I do. But seriously, Dolan is also a director of some note, who at the age of 24 is about to release his fourth film, following on from the w...

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    Venice 2013: A Guide To All The Films

    The lineup for the 70th Venice Film Festival has been unveiled, with new films from James Franco, Stephen Frears, Terry Gilliam, Hayao Miyazaki, David Gordon Green, Kelly Reichardt, Xavier Dolan, Jonathan Glazer, Amos Gatai and Errol Morris all screening in competition.

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    The 70th Venice Film Festival is a Historic Mess -- and Still a Thing of Beauty

    At the back of the Casino on the Lido, where the majority of Mostra screenings are held, two different vaporetti ferry festival guests back to the mainland.

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    Oh, Canada: Xavier Dolan, Bruce McDonald, Denis Villeneuve and Bruce LaBruce Among Homegrown Filmmakers Heading To Toronto 2013

    The Toronto International Film Festival has announced its lineup of Canadian features, including new work from Bruce McDonald, Xavier Dolan, Denis Villeneuve (who has two films in the festival with "Prisoners" and "Enemy" -- both of which star Jake Gyllenhaal), Michael Dowse, Jennifer Baichwal with ...

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    New Films From Terry Gilliam, Hayao Miyazaki, David Gordon Green & Jonathan Glazer Top 70th Venice Film Festival Line-Up

    After a weighty first announcement for this year's TIFF earlier in the week, eyes turned across the Atlantic this morning to the reveal of the line-up for the 70th Venice Film Festival, which precedes Toronto by about a week. We already knew the festival was opening with Alfonso Cuaron's hotly-antic...

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    Watch Xavier Dolan On Stage at MoMA Discussing His New Film, His First Time In Cannes, and His Unabashed Love For 'Jumanji'

    Xavier Dolan's third feature film "Laurence Anyways" is finally making its way to U.S. theaters this weekend, but before you see it (which you most definitely should), check out these three clips of Dolan's chat with the Museum of Modern Art's Rajendra Roy and Indiewire's own Peter Knegt during MoMA...

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    Watch Xavier Dolan's Controversial Music Video For French Band Indochine's 'College Boy'

    Quebec filmmaker Xavier Dolan has offered us something to hold us over in between films (his next, "Tom at the Farm," is in post-production now) with a stunning black-and-white music video for French band Indochine's single "College Boy" that is already stirring up considerable controversy.

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    Spend The Weekend With All of Xavier Dolan's Films (and Dolan Himself) at the MoMA

    For the first time, all three of Quebecois wunderkind filmmaker Xavier Dolan's films will be screening in a U.S. theater. This weekend, the Museum of Modern Art will screen Dolan's "I Killed My Mother," "Heartbeats" and "Laurence Anyways" as part of their Canadian Front series MoMA presents annually...

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    Review: Xavier Dolan's 'Heartbeats' Is A Stylish Love Triangle, But Emotionally Hollow At Its Core

    The constant criticism being aimed at young, wunderkind Canadian director Xavier Dolan, is that the Montreal-based filmmaker -- while completely precocious and preternaturally talented -- puts too much of a premium and emphasis on style over substance. And yet, just because it's practically a cliche ad hominem dig against Dolan's films, it doesn't mean that the censure is off base. While featuring an impeccable soundtrack, a color palette ripped out of the Pedro Almodovar playbook for comedic melodramas, and an ineffable je ne sais quoi energy taken from the Jean-Luc Godard school of '60s filmmaking (though Dolan denies he's ever seen the fam...

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