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    Springboard: 'Eden' Breakout Felix de Givry on Hanging With Daft Punk

    "I was so impressed, because they are so... normal."

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    Mia Hansen-Løve's EDM Movie Memoir 'Eden' Is the Art-House Party of the Year

    Let the sounds and sights of 'Eden' wash over you—in a theater.

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    Mia Hansen-Løve On 'Eden,' Her Epic (and Very Personal) Love Letter to House Music

    "I didn't go into any film school. I was never taught how a story should be told."

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    Greta Gerwig at 'Eden' Premiere: 'I've Never Been to a Rave'

    "Eden" stars Greta Gerwig and Félix de Givry spoke with Indiewire at the New York premiere of the acclaimed drama about the birth of French House music.

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    Lisbon's Indie Film Fest, from Stillman to Cannes-Bound De Oliveira's Last Film

    While living and deceased Portuguese auteurs head to Cannes, Lisbon’s 12th IndieLisboa was a fine showcase of independent cinema.

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    In the Works: Mia Hansen-Love Heads Into Production on 'Eden,' Starring Greta Gerwig and Brady Corbet

    French director Mia Hansen-Love ("Goodbye, First Love," "The Father of My Children") is currently at work on her next project, "Eden," which centers on the electronic music craze of the early '90s. Greta Gerwig and Brady Corbet are set to star.

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    Mia Hansen-Love Helming Dance World Saga 'Eden' Starring Brady Corbet and Greta Gerwig

    Seemingly every generation's zeitgeist-capturing musical movement has its correlating cinematic interpretation (usually about an arty director with some experience in said movement). Whit Stillman's “The Last Days of Disco” attempted to be that film for the early '80s and the waning days of the '70s...

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    NYFF Review: 'Goodbye First Love' Looks At Young Romance Without Affection

    Television and movies love to indulge us in pre-adulthood nostalgia. Whether the bait is loose (young hooligans causing a ruckus) or more specific and event-oriented (prom, which we've seen less of lately because, well, prom sucks), the powers that be tug at our heartstrings and force us to look back at a time free of major responsibilities and full of fresh experiences. The glazed schmaltz can be off-putting for some, but occasionally sincerity shines through and we get something that captures the emotions extraordinarily well (for this writer's money, "The Virgin Suicides" and "The Girl" are uneven but nail certain feelings on the head). Bu...

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