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  1. ‘Without Pity’ (‘Senza Nessuna Pieta’): Venice Review

    2:45 pm 8/29/2014

    Watchable Italian star Pierfrancesco Favino plays a stone mason who tries to help newcomer Greta Scarano’s tart with a heart in this debut featureRead more

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  2. 'Words with Gods': Venice Review

    8:34 am 8/29/2014

    This spirituality-themed omnibus film contains shorts from directors including Warwick Thornton, Mira Nair, Amos Gitai, Emir Kusturica and Guillermo ArriagaRead more

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  3. Venice: '99 Homes' Stars Andrew Garfield and Michael Shannon Talk Real Estate Concerns

    7:27 am 8/29/2014

    Director Ramin Bahrani also advocates for "good cinema" to keep the world from "vanish[ing] into one final, vulgar and obscene selfie"Read more

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  4. 'She's Funny That Way': Venice Review

    5:16 am 8/29/2014

    Peter Bogdanovich returns to screwball comedy and an intricate web of romantic complications with his first feature in more than a decadeRead more

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  5. 'Black Souls': Venice Review

    4:32 am 8/29/2014

    The Calabrian mafia doesn’t forgive in Francesco Munzi's classic Greek tragedyRead more

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  6. Venice Film Festival: We Can't Wait to Try Miranda July's New Miu Miu App

    12:23 am 8/29/2014

    An app that sends a real person to deliver your text messages? Sure, sign us up — along with Kirsten Dunst, Felicity Jones and Dakota Fanning, who celebrated the director's latest project on Thursday.Read more

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  7. 'In the Basement': Venice Review

    2:19 pm 8/28/2014

    Who let the ids out?Read more

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  8. 'Heaven Knows What': Venice Review

    12:30 pm 8/28/2014

    Filmmaking brothers Josh and Benny Safdie train their cinema-verite gaze on the chaotic lives of heroin users on the streets of New YorkRead more

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  9. 'Summer Nights' ('Les nuits d'ete'): Venice Review

    10:09 am 8/28/2014

    This directorial debut of writer-director Mario Fanfani stars Guillaume De Tonquedec ("What's In a Name?") as a cross-dressing husband in late 1950s FranceRead more

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  10. 'The Obscene Life' ('La Vita Oscena'): Venice Review

    9:48 am 8/28/2014

    French actor Clement Metayer stands in for Italian writer Aldo Nove in this screen treatment of a teen poet's out-of-control journey of griefRead more

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