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Battling biographies head to Toronto to win awards season hearts By Mary Milliken LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - As a first-time film director, television comedian Jon Stewart pleads ignorance about the workings of the movie industry. "The Daily Show" host's film is "Rosewater," the real-life story of
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Venice: Viggo Mortensen Talks Mastering New Languages The 'Far From Men' star also shares his solution for world peaceread more
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ArtsBeat: Lord of the Rings Trilogy, With Live Orchestra, Coming to Lincoln Center Peter Jacksons Tolkien trilogy will be shown at the Koch Theater with live accompaniment by a 250-member orchestra and chorus.
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Toronto: Stars Power 15 Hottest Festival Titles Jessica Chastain, Jennifer Aniston and a homeless Richard Gere all have movies looking for a U.S. homeread more
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London Secret Screening Organizer Bringing 'Back to the Future' to L.A. Secret Cinema rebuilt Hill Valley in the British capital for an immersive experience and screeningread more
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Scratch'n'sniff seats: can repertory cinema be rescued from multiplex hell? The Scalarama film festival celebrates the kind of discerning, disreputable curation lacking from today's venues Continue reading...
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A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence: Venice Review Swedish perfectionist Roy Andersson concludes his trilogy about the quiet desperation of human beings with his typical laid-back humorread more
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A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence review Roy Andersson's glorious metaphysical burlesque The eccentric Swedish director of Songs from the Second Floor and You, the Living returns with a brilliantly distinctive film that no one else could have made Roy Andersson interview: Im trying to show what its like to be human Continue reading...
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Fires on the Plain: Venice film festival review brilliantly bonkers Japanese film reminds us war is hell Second world war thriller from Shinya Tsukamoto is a bizarre, gruesome account of Japanese soldiers retreating through the jungle in the Philippines Continue reading...
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Busan to Open With Taiwanese Drama 'Paradise in Service' The war film by Doze Niu is among 314 films from 79 countries to be invited to the South Korean film festival read more
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