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  1. 'Mountain': Venice Review

    3:10 pm 9/12/2015

    A drama of loneliness assails an Orthodox family living in a cemetery on the Mount of Olives.Read more

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  2. Venice: Charlie Kaufman's 'Anomalisa' Wins Grand Jury Prize

    9:53 am 9/12/2015

    'Anomalisa' stars David Thewlis as a customer service guru who thinks that everyone else in the world is the same person.Read more

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  3. Venice: Venezuelan Drama 'From Afar' Wins Golden Lion

    11:01 am 9/11/2015

    Charlie Kaufman's animated film 'Anomalisa' won the Grand Jury Prize.Read more

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  4. Alexander Sokurov's 'Francofonia' Awarded at Venice

    9:20 am 9/11/2015

    It was heralded as the best European film in competition by FEDEORA jury.Read more

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  5. 'Behemoth' ('Beixi moshuo'): Venice Review

    8:55 am 9/11/2015

    Herdsman and their families make way for machines of natural destruction in this poetic rumination on the industrial ravaging of Inner Mongolia.Read more

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  6. 'From Afar' ('Desde alla'): Venice Review

    8:13 am 9/10/2015

    Alfredo Castro plays a closed-off middle-aged gay man who cruises the Caracas streets for young rough trade in Lorenzo Vigas' startling debut.Read more

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  7. 'Go With Me': Venice Review

    7:47 am 9/10/2015

    Swedish director Daniel Alfredson's latest stars his 'Kidnapping Mr. Heineken' lead, Anthony Hopkins, alongside Julia Stiles, Hal Holbrook and Ray Liotta. Read more

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  8. 'Remember': Venice Review

    4:45 am 9/10/2015

    Christopher Plummer plays an enfeebled widower on the present-day trail of the Auschwitz commander he believes slaughtered his family in Atom Egoyan's latest.Read more

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  9. Japan's Takeshi Kitano to Launch Online Magazine

    3:42 am 9/10/2015

    The multi-talented entertainer will write manga, poems and an "agony uncle" column for the new venture. Read more

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  10. 'Bleak Street' ('La calle de la amargura'): Venice Review

    2:22 am 9/10/2015

    Veteran Mexican director Arturo Ripstein's latest is inspired by a true story involving mini-luchadores, aging prostitutes and a lethal dose of eye drops.Read more

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