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  1. 'Saving Mr. Banks' Cast on the 'Complex' P. L. Travers (Exclusive Video)

    9:02 am 11/7/2013

    The Disney film, starring Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson, will open AFI Fest on Thursday, Nov. 7.Read more

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  2. David O. Russell To Be Honored With Tribute at AFI Fest

    4:36 pm 10/31/2013

    The "American Hustle" director will appear at a special event on Friday, Nov. 8.Read more

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  3. AFI Fest Conversations to Feature Steve McQueen, Annette Bening

    11:30 am 10/29/2013

    A Young Hollywood panel will feature Michael B. Jordan, Greta Gerwig and Miles Teller, among others.Read more

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  4. Oscars: 15 Foreign-Language Hopefuls to Screen at AFI Fest

    9:00 am 10/22/2013

    The festival, which runs from Nov. 7 to Nov. 14 in Hollywood, will show 119 films.Read more

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  5. Saving Mr. Banks: London Review

    2:59 pm 10/20/2013

    Tom Hanks plays Walt Disney trying to convince Emma Thompson’s P.L. Travers to let him adapt "Mary Poppins" in this story inspired by Hollywood history.Read more

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  6. AFI Fest Will Include 'Lone Survivor' World Premiere

    6:43 am 10/17/2013

    The showcase also announced screenings of "August: Osage County," "Her" and "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom."Read more

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  7. AFI Fest: 'Out of the Furnace' Added to the Lineup

    1:39 pm 9/30/2013

    The festival also has scheduled galas for "Nebraska" and "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty."Read more

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  8. AFI Fest Guest Director Agnes Varda Selects Four Films for Program

    1:01 pm 9/19/2013

    The festival will also pay tribute to her by including images from her 1962 film "Cleo From 5 to 7" in its poster and other marketing materials.Read more

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  9. Tom Hanks' 'Saving Mr. Banks' to Open AFI Fest

    6:00 am 9/4/2013

    "Foxcatcher," starring Steve Carell and Channing Tatum, will have its world premiere at the Hollywood-based film festival, which will conclude with "Inside Llewyn Davis."Read more

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