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    Review: How 'The Blue Room' Proves That Mathieu Amalric Is a True Actor-Director

    The short but precision-tooled feature suggests that maybe it's time to finally start calling Amalric an actor-director.

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    Cannes Review: Nuri Bilge Ceylan's 'Winter Sleep' is Three Hours-Plus and Worth the Trip

    At three hours and sixteen minutes, Nuri Bilge Ceylan's latest is an extensive look at the morally complex world of a wealthy Turkish man.

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    Cannes Review: David Michod's 'The Rover' Starring Guy Pearce & Robert Pattinson

    Having proven, with the terrific “Animal Kingdom,” that he could take a potentially small story of desperate men and blow it up into something much grander, David Michod attempts something like the opposite with “The Rover,” taking the epic, sweeping backdrop of a post-apocalyptic, dusty Australian ...

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    Cannes Review: Pedro Almodovar-Produced 'Wild Tales' Is a Brilliant Social Satire

    Wild Tales" enacts a savage assault on contemporary Argentine society, skewering class and gender biases through a series of morbid segments alive with dark humor.

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    FilmChatter: Top 10 Indie Film Tweets of the Week - Cannes, Women Directors and More

    Here are our 10 favorite indie film tweets of the week.

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    A Lengthy Ovation Pushes Nuri Bilge Ceylan's "Winter Sleep" to the Front of Cannes' Pack

    But some critics found the three-hour tale of privileged ennui simply a snooze.

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    Cannes: Sundance Selects Picks Up Mathieu Amalric's Un Certain Regard Entry 'The Blue Room'

    Sundance Selects has made its first buy at the Cannes Film Festival, acquiring North American rights to director Mathieu Amalric's Un Certain Regard entry "The Blue Room."

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    Cannes: Weinstein Co. Unveils a Slate of Singles and Doubles, Unlikely Oscar Contenders

    "Harvey was off his game," observed one attendee at the latest Cannes presentation from The Weinstein Co. It's a Cannes tradition to unveil the latest movies that weren't ready for Cannes at the Majestic. One TWC upcoming release was conspicuously missing: Olivier Dahan's "Grace of Monaco," starring...

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    You'll Finally Get To See River Phoenix's Last Movie, 'Dark Blood'

    River Phoenix's final film "Dark Blood" had been delayed for two decades due to the actor's tragic death in 1993.

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    Turning Poverty Into Fabricated Fundamentalism: Dir Nabil Ayouch On His Provocative Film 'Horses of God'

    Exactly 10 years ago today, the historic city of Casablanca, Morocco was shaken by a series of suicide bombings all carried out by young men from the same shantytown known as . The lives lost that day were victim not only to the physical perpetrators but the economic disparity and lack of opportunit...

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