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  1. Cannes: Singing Scenes Add Musical Spark Across Lineup

    8:54 am 5/23/2014

    "We saw lots of films with sequences of characters singing songs together -- often in a car," says festival director Thierry Fremaux.Read more

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  2. 'Pride': Cannes Review

    8:21 am 5/23/2014

    A bitterly divisive strike in Margaret Thatcher's Britain fosters an unlikely union of solidarity between embattled mineworkers and militant gays in this rousing true story.Read more

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  3. Cannes: Star-Studded AmfAR Fundraiser Brings in Record $35 Million

    6:00 am 5/23/2014

    The 21st edition of the AIDS research foundation's gala, hosted by Sharon Stone, drew such big names as Jessica Chastain, Leonardo DiCaprio and Marion Cotillard.Read more

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  4. Cannes: African Filmmakers Enjoy Rare Spotlight

    4:55 am 5/23/2014

    With movies from the continent often not making it to major film festivals, Abderrahmane Sissako, whose "Timbuktu" is in the competition lineup, says African states must do more for the film industry.Read more

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  5. 'Leviathan': Cannes Review

    7:45 pm 5/22/2014

    Andrei Zvyagintsev’s fourth feature is a thriller, a black social comedy, and a thinly veiled swipe at Putin’s regime in one tidy package. Read more

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  6. 'Charlie's Country': Cannes Review

    8:51 am 5/22/2014

    Aboriginal actor David Gulpilil stars in and co-wrote this semi-autobiographical drama with director Rolf de Heer, their third film together after "The Tracker" and "Ten Canoes."Read more

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  7. 'The Tribe' ('Plemya'): Cannes Review

    8:45 am 5/22/2014

    Ukrainian writer-director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy's prize-winning feature debut must surely be the first movie about teenage gangs to feature a cast entirely composed of deaf sign-language users.Read more

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  8. Cannes: Ken Loach Downplays Past Comments on Retirement Plans

    3:09 am 5/22/2014

    Saying that "maybe" he will make another film after bringing "Jimmy's Hall" to Cannes as his 12th Palme d'Or contender, the British director says: "It's a hard job to give up."Read more

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  9. 'Rules of the Game' ('Les regles du Jeu'): Cannes Review

    2:00 am 5/22/2014

    Claudine Bories and Patrice Chagnard's documentary casts light on young job seekers receiving mentorship at a HR agency in northern France.Read more

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