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  1. The Armstrong Lie: Venice Review

    5:44 am 9/2/2013

    The latest documentary from Oscar winner Alex Gibney looks at Lance Armstrong's comeback attempt in 2009 and the subsequent discovery of his use of performance-enhancing drugs.Read more

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  2. Venice: Weinstein Co. Snaps Up U.S. Rights to 'Tracks,' Marks First Fall Festival Deal

    3:40 pm 9/1/2013

    Directed by John Curran, the movie stars Mia Wasikowska and Adam Driver.Read more

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  3. Director Hayao Miyazaki to Retire

    12:24 pm 9/1/2013

    The "Spirited Away" helmer's intentions were announced at the Venice Film Festival. Read more

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  4. Parkland: Venice Review

    10:00 am 9/1/2013

    Journalist-turned-director Peter Landesman revisits the JFK assassination through the eyes of a dozen people close to the action in Dallas in November 1963.Read more

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  5. We Are the Best!: Venice Review

    9:12 am 9/1/2013

    Three early-teen Stockholm girls form a punk band to thrash their way through outsider unease in Swedish writer-director Lukas Moodysson's latest.Read more

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  6. Venice: Lindsay Lohan Explains Festival Absence

    7:47 am 9/1/2013

    "I would have enjoyed returning to that wonderful city ... but my focus is on my health and well-being," the actress stated. Read more

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  7. Miss Violence: Venice Review

    4:23 am 9/1/2013

    Greek director Alexandros Avranas's second film stars Themis Panou as the paterfamilias of an oddly unemotional clan that has to deal with the suicide of one of the children. Read more

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  8. My Name is Hmm... (Je m'appelle Hmm...): Venice Review

    3:26 pm 8/31/2013

    The directorial debut of French fashion designer Agnes B stars Sylvie Testud as the mother of an abused child that escapes with a Scottish truck driver. Read more

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  9. Child of God: Venice Review

    9:38 am 8/31/2013

    Scott Haze stars as an East Tennessee hill country pariah who descends into madness, murder and sexual depravity in James Franco's film of the Cormac McCarthy novel.Read more

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  10. Philomena: Venice Review

    7:47 am 8/31/2013

    British stars Judi Dench and Steve Coogan are a study in contrasts in Stephen Frears' heartwarming but never banal drama.Read more

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