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    Cannes 2011: A Guide To All The Films

    The 2011 Cannes Film Festival has offerined a cinephile's dream of a program, with the likes of Pedro Almodovar, Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, Bruno Dumont, Terrence Malick, Lynne Ramsay, Paolo Sorrentino, Lars Von Trier and Gus Van Sant all screening their latest work. To make things easy ...

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    "Tree of Life" Tops Cannes Critics Poll

    As the 2011 Cannes Film Festival comes to a close, indieWIRE's poll of 19 critics and bloggers has made clear the critics' favorites of this year's festival. Hundreds of grades have been entered, leaving six films in the official competiton with a "B+" level average: Terrence Malick's Palme d'Or win...

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    Everything You Would Ever Want to Know About Cannes 2011

    This weekend saw the 64th Cannes Film Festival come to a close, with Terrence Malick's long-awaited opus "The Tree of Life" taking the festival's top honor. indieWIRE was on the scene to review the anticipated titles and to report on everything from the Lars von Trier debacle,...

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    Cannes '11: Five Lessons From This Year's Festival

    After 12 long days and even more sleepless nights for hundreds of people, the Cannes Film Festival finally came to an end Sunday. As with each year at this massive spectacle of media chaos and cinematic discovery, many moments and images (not to mention movies!) will continue to reverberate.

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    Rights Round Up Cannes 2011 by International Sales Agent H - L

    The Rights RoundUp is a work-in-progress which will go on throughout Cannes until the next big show: Toronto, showing deals as they get made, listed by sales agent. It also shows all the festival films including those in Competition, out of Competition, Un Certain Regard, Directors' Fortnight and C...

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    CANNES REVIEW | "Once Upon a Time in Anatolia" is a Mesmerizing Police Procedural

    Editor's note: A version of this review originally ran during the Cannes Film Festival. "Once Upon a Time in Anatolia" opens at Film Forum on Wednesday.

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    Cannes '11 | 28 Cannes Reviews

    Since kicking off last Wednesday with the world premiere of Woody Allen's well received "Midnight in Paris," the 64th Festival de Cannes has churned out one anticipated title after another. indieWIRE's Eric Kohn has been busy on the scene from day one of the event to review a slew of titles. Check o...

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    "Tree of Life" Wins Palme d'Or in Cannes

    Terrence Malick's "The Tree of Life" took the Palme d'Or Sunday night in Cannes, though the notoriously shy director did not take to the stage to accept the prize. The Dardennes' "The Kid with a Bike" shared the Grand Prix with "Once Upon a Time in Anatolia" by Nuri Bilge Ceylan, and Nicolas Winding...

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    Bruno Dumont's "Outside Satan" Lacks Inspiration

    Editor's note: A version of this review originally ran during the Cannes Film Festival. "Outside Satan" opens Thursday in limited release.

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    CANNES REVIEW | Un Certain Regard Closer "Elena" Features Glacial Pace and Intriguing Philosophy

    Andrei Zvyaguintsev starts and ends his third feature, "Elena," with the symbolic image of a barren tree, an accurate reflection of the dreary narrative sandwiched between those two shots. All three of the Russian director's features - alongside "Elena," he directed "The Return" and "The Banishment" - deal with troubled family life. Only "Elena," however, explicitly states said trouble before confronting its consequences. His latest work is the most overtly philosophical of the three, less concerned with plot than contrasting values. Terminally slow and simpler than its glacial pace implies, "Elena" is a resolutely minor work, but not without...

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