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  1. The Reunion (Atertraffen): Venice Review

    2:47 pm 9/16/2013

    Controversial Swedish artist Anna Odell plays herself in her debut feature, a drama premiering at the Lido festival. Read more

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  2. How Strange to be Named Federico, Scola Narrates Fellini: Toronto Review

    6:27 pm 9/14/2013

    Ettore Scola’s tribute to Federico Fellini on the 20th anniversary of his death offers an insider's viewRead more

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  3. Little Brother (Bauyr): Venice Review

    9:20 am 9/14/2013

    Newcomer Almat Galym plays the title role in Kazakh writer-director Serik Aprymov's drama, premiering in a sidebar at the Lido festival.Read more

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  4. Unforgiven (Yurusarezarumono): Toronto Review

    2:42 pm 9/12/2013

    Director Lee Sang-il does a remake of Clinton Eastwood's 1992 classic, "Unforgiven."Read more

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  5. Pine Ridge: Venice Review

    4:14 am 9/12/2013

    Danish documentarist Anna Eborn's debut, premiering out of competition at Venice, explores a Native American reservation in South Dakota. Read more

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  6. Under the Skin: Film Review

    1:32 am 9/12/2013

    Scarlett Johansson stars in director Jonathan Glazer's adaptation of Michel Faber's psychosexual novel about an alien woman who falls to Earth in Scotland. Read more

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  7. Stray Dogs: Venice Review

    6:27 pm 9/10/2013

    Winner of the Grand Jury Prize in Venice, Tsai Ming-liang's latest is a non-narrative meditation on a poor family on the extreme margins of Taipei society.Read more

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  8. Toronto: Lukas Moodysson’s ‘We Are The Best!’ Sells for Australia, Italy

    9:47 am 9/10/2013

    The 1980s-set tale about three Stockholm teens who form a punk band had its world premiere in Venice. Read more

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  9. Hayao Miyazaki's Retirement Pushes 'The Wind Rises' Toward $100 Million in Japan

    7:06 pm 9/9/2013

    Following the anime master's announcement that his filmmaking days are over, the movie increased its weekend take 13.6 percent, despite being in theaters for two months. Read more

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  10. Toronto: Why '12 Years a Slave' Wasn't at Venice

    7:58 pm 9/8/2013

    Director Steve McQueen argues the film is "an American story," but Venice chief Alberto Barbera was "disappointed not to be able to screen such a powerful film."Read more

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