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    Specialty Box Office: 'Good Time' Leads Labor Day Openers as 'Sleepwalk' and 'Samsara' Continue To Impress

    The final weekend of the summer movie season has come and gone, and the specialty box office ended things off somewhat uneventfully. The top newbie was Focus Features' comedy "For a Good Time, Call...,' which took in a decent 4-day gross of $186,077 from 23 locations. The weekend&#...

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    Venice 2012: Searching For The Golden Lion In The Festival's First Half

    At mid-afternoon on day six of the eleven-day Venice Film Festival -- and with more than half of the Offiical Competition's 18 pictures having screened -- the Golden Lion picture remains only slightly less cloudy than the rainy skies currently hanging oppressively low over a shower-soaked Lido.

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    5 Best Things to Watch on TV This Week: Labor Day Marathon Edition

    Sure, Sunday remains overcrowded with high-end TV, but what to watch the rest of the week? Every Monday, we bring you five noteworthy highlights from the other six days. And in this Labor Day edition, we've got a slew of marathons for anyone looking to spend the day off in front of the boob tube...

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    Go Back to School with Indiewire @ Hulu

    Indiewire's latest curation of Hulu's newly redesigned Documentaries page features docs that go back to school, focusing on young people and education in the US and around the world.

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    Telluride Review: Sarah Polley's Brilliant Family Documentary 'Stories We Tell' Explores Multiple Versions of the Truth

    Sarah Polley's efforts behind the camera have showcased tender performances attuned to nuanced fluctuations in shared screen chemistry. Both her Oscar-nominated 2006 directorial debut "Away from Her" and the recent "Take This Waltz" explore the deterioration of relationships ...

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    In Its Bloody, Busy Mid-Season Finale, 'Breaking Bad' Gives Us a Promise of Its End Game

    Knowing that this season, split into halves of eight episodes each (the back half will play out in the summer of 2013), is the last one for "Breaking Bad" has in many ways reversed the experience of watching it.

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    Project of the Day: A Team Hikes the John Muir Trail

    Here's your daily dose of an indie film in progress; at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite. In the meantime: Is this a movie you’d want to see? Tell us in the comments.

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    Terrence Malick is Psychic and Other Revelations from the 'To The Wonder' Press Conference

    Terrence Malick was a no-show at the Venice press conference for "To The Wonder," which was dominated by talk of one of Malick’s favorite subjects: love. Star Olga Kurylenko was one of the more vocal attendees, who talked at length about her character who has an on-off relationship w...

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    Telluride Review: How Israeli Intelligence Doc 'Gatekeepers' Appeals to Both Israeli and Palestinian Concerns

    "The Gatekeepers," a startling exposé of Israeli intelligence agency Shin Bet, delivers an unequivocal indictment. The handful of former Shin Bet heads who deliver candid accounts of their reasoning for various destructive assaults in the constant horn-locking with their Palestinian...

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    Telluride Review: Dennis Quaid, Zac Efron and a Tense Final Act Nearly Salvage Ramin Bahrani's Middling 'At Any Price'

    "Expand or die" is the mantra spouted by farmers in Ramin Bahrani's "At Any Price," a menacing slogan that reflects the explosion of the cornfield market into a $2 trillion industry. It also provides a reminder of the movie's production conditions when compared to everyth...

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