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    45 Films We're Looking Forward to in 2015

    From the fest circuit to the big-budget summer slate, here are the films we're most looking forward to this year.

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    Out with the Old, In with the New : 6 Steps Into Our New World of Diversity

    As species of wildlife and fauna become rarefied, the human species is also changing. A Six Step Dance into 2015 shows us how.

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    Ryan Gosling's 'Lost River' Will Play Theaters After All UPDATED

    Gosling's directorial debut—and, now, film maudit—shook up Un Certain Regard in Cannes this year.

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    Marion Cotillard Delivers for the Dardennes in 'Two Days, One Night'

    Marion Cotillard delivers a razor's edge performance in the Dardennes brothers' Cannes competition, and Oscar-snubbed, feature "Two Days, One Night."

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    Interview: Dir. Andrey Zvyagintsev on 'Leviathan'

    Leviathan" Opens in NYC Dec. 25 and in L.A. Dec. 31. The film is also Russia's Official Academy Award Submission for Best Foreign Language Film and it has been nominated for a Golden Globe Award in the same category.

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    David Robert Mitchell Talks Making STD Horror Tale 'It Follows'; Watch Creepy New Teaser

    We talked with the director after the 2014 Cannes premiere of 'It Follows,' now slated for Sundance ahead of its 2015 theatrical release.

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    A Feral Fairytale: Kornél Mundruczó on His Cannes-Winning Film “White God“

    “White God” is Hungary’s official submission for the Academy Awards in the Best Foreign Language Film category. It will be released theatrically by Magnolia Pictures early next year.

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