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  1. Stories That Only Exist When Remembered: Venice Film Review

    9:10 am 9/4/2011

    Co-produced with Argentina and France, Julia Murat’s first feature is a rural Brazilian fable starring veteran Sônia Guedes.Read more

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  2. Madonna Says New Album Will Be Released in Spring 2012

    8:00 pm 9/3/2011

    The singer-director made the announcement in an interview during the Venice Film Festival, where she is promoting “W.E.”Read more

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  3. Wilde Salome: Venice Film Review

    4:31 pm 9/3/2011

    Jessica Chastain, Kevin Anderson and Estelle Parsons co-star in the film, an exploration of Oscar Wilde's "Salome" play.Read more

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  4. Chicken with Plums: Venice Film Review

    4:08 pm 9/3/2011

    Marjane Satrapi and Vincent Paronnaud co-direct a a colorful fantasy set in 1958 Iran.Read more

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  5. Alps: Venice Film Review

    2:33 pm 9/3/2011

    Yorgos Lanthimos' offbeat film focuses on a club whose members are paid to take the place of a family's dead relative.Read more

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  6. Sal: Venice Film Review

    11:23 am 9/3/2011

    Heart-throb James Franco steps behind the camera to recreate tragic star Sal Mineo’s final hours in a indie production premiering at the Venice Film Festival.Read more

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  7. Almayer’s Folly: Venice Film Review

    10:50 am 9/3/2011

    Art-house auteur Chantal Akerman adapts Joseph Conrad’s debut novel in this atmospheric French-Belgian co-production unspooling Out of Competition at Venice.Read more

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  8. Contagion: Venice Film Review

    8:31 am 9/3/2011

    With an ensemble cast including Kate Winslet, Matt Damon and Laurence Fishburne, Steven Soderbergh's thriller tracks the spread of a deadly virus that sparks worldwide panic.Read more

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  9. The Sorcerer and the White Snake: Venice Film Review

    11:20 am 9/2/2011

    An ancient Chinese fable about a woman demon who falls in love with a mortal is brought to life through the latest advances in CGI and action techniques.Read more

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  10. Italy's Smallest Region Announces First Film Fund

    10:58 am 9/2/2011

    Valle d'Aosta will begin with $860,000 in funding in hopes of drawing more projects to the area.Read more

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