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    Cannes Review: Michel Hazanavicius’ ‘The Search’ Starring Berenice Bejo & Annette Bening

    Winning Best Picture and Best Director at the Oscars pretty much gives you licence to do whatever you want next time around. Looking at the follow-ups of some recent Academy Award winners, so you can see a near-three-hour erotic drama (Ang Lee), a one-man show about a man cutting off his own arm (Da...

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    Cannes Review: 'Cartoonists, Foot Soldiers of Democracy,' a Winning Picture of Political Caricaturists

    French director Stephanie Valloatto calls them foot soldiers but I see them more as canaries (though they tend to squawk rather than sing or chirp). They are political cartoonists, and although their value in the age of Stewart and Colbert has perhaps lessened, in much of the world not blessed with ...

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    Will 'Jimmy's Hall' Be Ken Loach's Last? Sony Snags the Film Ahead of Cannes Premiere

    Brit director and master of kitchen sink realism Ken Loach is a Cannes Competition mainstay. Sony has just acquired his latest film "Jimmy's Hall" ahead of its Croisette premiere. But will it be his last?

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    Watch 3 Clips From Philippe Lacôte's Cannes 2014 Un Certain Regard Selection 'Run'

    Watch 3 Clips From Philippe Lacôte's Cannes 2014 Un Certain Regard Selection 'Run'

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    10 Unconventional Steps to Get Your Indie Film Out in the World

    Director David Greenspan details the unlikely and unconventional path he went to get his debut indie feature seen.

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    Ryan Gosling's "Crapocalyptic" Directorial Debut 'Lost River' Sends Cannes Up in Flames

    "What the hell did I just see?" seems to be the general reaction critics are having to Ryan Gosling's directorial debut and Un Certain Regard entry "Lost River."

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    Watch: First Trailer For Michel Hazanavicius' Cannes Contender 'The Search' Starring Berenice Bejo

    While there are more than a handful of films already touted as prime Palme d'Or contenders, yet to screen is Michel Hazanavicius' "The Search." It's a big shift for the filmmaker, who is moving from the featherweight "The Artist," to an epic two-and-a-half-hour wartime drama. And the first trailer i...

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    Cannes Review: The Dardenne Brothers' 'Two Days, One Night' Starring Marion Cotillard

    An unfeasibly gripping social realist parable that provides a gravitational showcase for one of Marion Cotillard's finest performances (and yes, we know that's saying something), the Dardenne brothers' "Two Days, One Night" sees the two-time Palme d'Or winners put in a serious bid for a third (thoug...

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    Cannes Review: Well-Acted But Uninspired Spanish Drama 'Beautiful Youth'

    Everyone got hit hard by the economic crisis in the last few years, but Spain got hit harder than most. The fifth largest economy in the European Union, the nation went into recession harder and faster than some of its neighbors, and eventually had to be bailed out in a big way, to the tune of €100 ...

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    Cannes: Kino Lorber Acquires All U.S. Rights to Alain Resnais' 'The Life of Riley'

    Kino Lorber has acquired all U.S. rights to "The Life of Riley." the final film of legendary director Alain Resnais, who died earlier this year, shortly after completing the film.

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