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  1. 'The Endless River': Venice Review

    4:33 pm 9/6/2015

    Two strangers from different backgrounds are drawn together by their respective sorrows in this crime drama from South African director Oliver Hermanus.Read more

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  2. Venice: Shia LaBeouf Calls 'Man Down' Role a "Healing" Therapy

    11:19 am 9/6/2015

    “I do much better with loving, familial environments,” said LaBeouf.Read more

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  3. 'Janis: Little Girl Blue': Venice Review

    8:56 am 9/6/2015

    Director Amy Berg talks to Joplin intimates and delves into personal letters and scrapbooks, assembling a collage tribute to the blazing comet in this doc for PBS' 'American Masters' series.Read more

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  4. 'The Clan' (El Clan): Venice Review

    5:46 am 9/6/2015

    The latest film from Argentinian director Pablo Trapero ('Lion's Den'), headlined by local star Guillermo Francella, is a true story about a family of violent kidnappers.Read more

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  5. 'A Bigger Splash': Venice Review

    4:58 am 9/6/2015

    Dakota Johnson and Ralph Fiennes turn up the heat when they visit rock legend Tilda Swinton on a Mediterranean island.Read more

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  6. ‘Man Down’: Venice Review

    2:56 pm 9/5/2015

    Shia LaBeouf plays a traumatized Marine returning home from Afghanistan in Dito Montiel’s mixed genre thrillerRead more

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  7. 'Courted' ('L'Hermine'): Venice Review

    2:39 pm 9/5/2015

    French writer-director Christian Vincent's latest stars Fabrice Luchini and 'Borgen' star Sidse Babett Knudsen as a judge and juror who have a shared past. Read more

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  8. 'Anomalisa': Venice Review

    11:44 am 9/5/2015

    Charlie Kaufman and co-director Duke Johnson deliver a unique reflection on love, pain and loneliness in this animated account of one man's long dark night of the soul pierced by light.Read more

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  9. Venice Film Fest: 'The Danish Girl' Stars, Director Talk Lessons Learned From Making Film

    9:53 am 9/5/2015

    "Yes, it’s a film about inclusion, but the key to inclusion is love,” said director Tom Hooper. Read more

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  10. 'The Event' ('Sobytie'): Venice Review

    9:16 am 9/5/2015

    Sergei Loznitsa's latest documentary, which investigates the failed coup of August 1991 that would nonetheless bring down the USSR, only uses existing black-and-white footage from the time.Read more

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