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    Cannes Review: 'Leviathan' Is a Transfixing Epic That Grows On You

    Russian director Andrey Zvyagintsev's bleak drama (which is also sometimes a black comedy) finds people in a remote town trapped by situations beyond their control.

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    Cannes: 'Jimmy's Hall' a Fitting Swansong but Ken Loach Isn't Done Yet

    If "Jimmy's Hall" was to be Ken Loach's final narrative feature, as he suggested a few months ago, the activist-minded British filmmaker could go out with his chin held high.

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    Review: Sign Language Drama 'The Tribe' is an Unprecedented Cinematic Accomplishment

    Ukranian director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy's "The Tribe" has no spoken dialogue whatsoever, but that doesn't stop it from making a bold statement.

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    Oscars: Can 'Foxcatcher,' 'Eleanor Rigby' & 'Mr. Turner' Go From Cannes To Awards Success?

    Though there’s still a couple of days and a few high-profile premieres to come, things are starting to wind down here in Cannes. So while that means a chance to catch up on reviews, and on stuff we missed earlier in the festival, it’s also a opportunity to have a breath and take stock of what’s come...

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    Cannes: Tommy Lee Jones' 'The Homesman' Snapped Up for North America by Newbie Saban Films

    Tommy Lee Jones' Cannes competition title "The Homesman" has found, well, a home with new banner Saban Films, who will distribute the film in North America.

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    Female Filmmakers Win 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Prize at Cannes Student Competition

    First-placer Annie Silverstein's debut feature now has a guaranteed slot at Cannes.

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    Cannes: Winners Announced in the 17th Cinéfondation Selection of Student Films

    The Cinéfondation and Short Films Jury headed by Abbas Kiarostami and including Mahamat-Saleh Haroun, Noémie Lvovsky, Daniela Thomas and Joachim Trier, has awarded the 2014 Cinéfondation Prizes at the Cannes Film Festival.

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    Cannes: Critics Divided on Zhang Yimou's Latest 'Coming Home' -- Timeless or Plodding?

    At 64 years old, Chinese auteur Zhang Yimou is back at Cannes with out-of-competition title "Coming Home," starring his iconic muse Gong Li, and following an unhappy homecoming that acts as metaphor for the country's coming-to-terms with the cultural revolution. Some critics are digging it while oth...

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