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  1. La Playa D.C.: Cannes Review

    1:15 pm 5/28/2012

    Writer-director Juan Andrés Arango emerges with his auspicious, tonsorially-themed debut focusing on a teenage apprentice barber coping with the mean streets of Bogotá.Read more

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  2. Wunderkind Pictures Inks Strategic Deal with CBS Interactive for Video Game Movie 'noobz' (Exclusive)

    10:04 am 5/28/2012

    Set within the world of eSports, noobz will be marketed directly to the growing audience of online gamers.Read more

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  3. Cannes 2012: Nicole Kidman Talks About 'The Paperboy's' Standing Ovation

    8:08 pm 5/27/2012

    While many in the cast were visibly overwhelmed, the actress explains why she didn't shed any tears.Read more

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  4. Sofia's Last Ambulance: Cannes Review

    5:17 pm 5/27/2012

    Ilian Metev's documentary follows three Bulgarian EMS personnel in a city where just a handful of ambulances serve 2 million people.Read more

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  5. For Love's Sake (Ai To Makoto): Cannes Review

    3:55 pm 5/27/2012

    The Takashi Miike fan club will undoubtedly find things to admire here, but it's not one of his unmissables.Read more

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  6. Cannes 2012: Film Festival Attendees Fete Prize Winners with a Post-Ceremony Soiree

    3:02 pm 5/27/2012

    Just after Michael Haneke's "Amour" won the Palme d'Or, the winners and jury ended the fest in style with a cocktail.Read more

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  7. The Oath of Tobruk (Le Serment de Tobrouk): Cannes Review

    1:26 pm 5/27/2012

    A gripping documentary about French intellectual Bernard-Henri Levy's involvement in last years uprising in Libya.Read more

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  8. Cannes 2012: THR's Film Critic Todd McCarthy Reflects on Festival Award Winners

    12:53 pm 5/27/2012

    Cannes jury got it pretty right with Palme d'Or winner "Amour," from Michael Haneke.Read more

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  9. Here and There (Aquí y Allá): Cannes Review

    12:10 pm 5/27/2012

    This Spanish-US co-production took top honors at the Critics' Week sidebar at Cannes, yet surprisingly says little about the hot-button subjects it ambitiously sets out to explore. Read more

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