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Blindspot Review: Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives

Spirited Away

This is the eighth post in my Blindspot review series. I will continue to publish one like it each month for the rest of 2015. 816 mots de plus

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Directors' Fortnight co-founder a longtime fan of Festival des films du monde

« I never try to understand a film, » said Pierre-Henri Deleau. « First, I just want to feel it. »

The co-founder and longtime director of Cannes’s Directors’ Fortnight, from 1969 to 1998, Deleau watches foreign films without subtitles, initially — « and I don’t speak all the languages, » he explained on the phone from his Paris home this week. 967 mots de plus

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Review: Cannes winner La terre et l'ombre offers darker shade of tragedy

La terre et l’ombre (La tierra y la sombra)

Three and a half stars

Starring: Haimer Leal, Hilda Ruiz, Edison Raigosa, Marleyda Soto

Directed by: 436 mots de plus

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'Ingrid Bergman - In Her Own Words' Cannes Docu Lands At Rialto Pictures For Fall Run

Rialto Pictures has acquired North American theatrical rights to Ingrid Bergman – In Her Own Words, the feature-length documentary about the the film icon which played the Cannes Film Festival in May. 127 mots de plus

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Takashi Miike's Cannes Pic 'Shield Of Straw' Getting English-Language Redo

All Nippon Entertainment Works and Japanese partner Nippon TV are teaming with Chris and Paul Weitz’s Depth of Field to develop and produce an English-language remake of Takashi Miike’s action thriller  337 mots de plus

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A Trip To The Movies: Review - "The Tribe" 8.19.15

As many of you might already know, including my movie meetup and discussion group whom I now see movies with weekly. I have what some may call somewhat of a unique approach to how I pick and choose what films I see. 938 mots de plus

Cate Blanchett, Rooney Mara tease a troubled love story in 'Carol' trailer

StudioCanal UK’s new trailer for Cannes darling « Carol » puts all its emphasis on the love story between Cate Blanchett’s Carol and Rooney Mara’s Therese. 162 mots de plus

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