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    Why 'Phoenix' Finally Makes Christian Petzold a New Arthouse Auteur

    Hitchcock and Hedren. Antonioni and Vitti. Almodovar and Cruz. As 'Phoenix' expands, add Petzold and Hoss to the list of cinema's most-esteemed co-conspirators. Some spoilers ahead.

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    Guilt And Rubble: 15 Essential Post-War Films

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    Christian Petzold's Holocaust Tale 'Phoenix' Is Gorgeous Must-See Cinema (Trailer)

    Watch out for Petzold's richly Hitchcockian postwar thriller, which IFC opens July 24.

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    'Phoenix' Reviews: A Postwar-set Masterwork By Way of 'Vertigo'

    The ending of Christian Petzold's new film has everyone talking.

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    Toronto Critics Go Crazy for Christian Petzold's 'Phoenix' (Trailer)

    Following its Toronto world premiere, director Christian Petzold’s “Phoenix” immediately garnered raves, as well as some sidelong glances.

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    Richard Lormand at the Toronto Film Festival 2014

    After a couple of years’ absence publicist/ producer, Richard Lormand is returning to Toronto with a satchel full of films. Check these out because when he chooses films, he chooses them well.

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    Hal Hartley To Close Off 'Henry Fool' Trilogy With 'Ned Rifle,' Louis Leterrier Reteaming With Luc Besson For 'Sea At War'

    Hal Hartley’s recent work hasn’t been as high profile as his films back in the ‘90s, but it looks like the director is back in action yet again, with a continuation of one of his best known pictures. This time, the project is “Ned Rifle,” which is a follow-up to his previous films “Henry Fool” and “...

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    NYFF '11 Review: 'Dreileben' Is An Accomplished, Dense Trilogy Spanning Murder, Love & More

    With the recent upsurge in quality TV programming and the ensuing embracement by cinema-goers, it was only a matter of time before film festivals actually started programming pieces originally made for the tube. Both "Carlos" and "The Red Riding Trilogy" were of this ilk; flicks broadcast on the small-screen that retained their cinematic quality but took advantage of the long-form storytelling television provided. "Dreileben," the latest of these undertakings, centers on a murder across three feature films each with their own perspective. Things open innocently with a youthful romance, the loose murderer and subsequent manhunt only lurking in...

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