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  1. 'Flapping in the Middle of Nowhere' ('Dap canh giua khong trung'): Venice Review

    12:25 pm 9/1/2014

    Nguyen Hong Diep's first full-length film zeroes in on a pregnant teenager confronting the mundane realities of inner-city life in Hanoi. Read more

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  2. 'Hill of Freedom' ('Jayueui onduk'): Venice Review

    12:06 pm 9/1/2014

    Hong Sang-soo's latest film unleashes Japanese star Ryo Kase as a lovelorn man searching for an old flame in Seoul.Read more

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  3. ‘One Day Since Yesterday: Peter Bogdanovich & the Lost American Film’: Venice Review

    10:06 am 9/1/2014

    The groundswell in favor of reconsidering ‘They All Laughed’ alongside Peter Bogdanovich’s most significant work continues with this exhaustive appreciationRead more

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  4. 'Leopardi': Venice Review

    9:22 am 9/1/2014

    Italy's greatest 19th-century poet Giacomo Leopardi gets classic honors in Mario Martone’s sumptuous biopic starring Elio GermanoRead more

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  5. Venice: Frances McDormand Receives Visionary Award

    8:28 am 9/1/2014

    The Oscar winning actress accepts honor in flawless ItalianRead more

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  6. Lars Von Trier to Take On TV With 'The House That Jack Built'

    6:08 am 9/1/2014

    The controversial director of 'Nymphomaniac' will start shooting on the series in 2016Read more

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  7. 'Olive Kitteridge': Venice Review

    4:19 am 9/1/2014

    Frances McDormand stars as the prickly New England math teacher of Elizabeth Strout's book in this HBO miniseries directed by Lisa CholodenkoRead more

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  8. Venice Biennale College Announces 2015 Film Fund Contenders

    2:05 am 9/1/2014

    Twelve global projects compete for three production budget prizesRead more

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  9. 'Villa Touma': Venice Review

    3:18 pm 8/31/2014

    Palestinian screenwriter Suha Arraf marshals an all-female cast for her directing debutRead more

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  10. Venice: 'The Cut' Director Plays Down Turkish Death Threats

    6:54 am 8/31/2014

    Fatih Akin's film examines the Turkish massacre of 1 million Armenians in 1915, a genocide Turkey still deniesRead more

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