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  1. More Controversy Hits Turin Film Fest

    6:29 am 12/17/2012

    Piedmont's Steve della Casa criticizes Alberto Barbera for keeping ties to both the Turin and Venice festivals.Read more

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  2. Venice's Biennale College Filmlab Selects 15 Semi-Finalist Projects

    6:35 am 12/5/2012

    The list of 15 will be whittled down to three, which will each receive nearly $200,000 in funding and a guaranteed screening at the 2013 Venice Fest.Read more

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  3. Immigration Drama ‘Shun Li and The Poet’ Wins European Parliament Prize

    8:46 am 11/22/2012

    The feature from Andrea Serge premiered at the Venice Film Festival.Read more

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  4. Magnolia Picks Up Danish Feature 'A Hijacking' for North America

    6:44 am 11/15/2012

    Tobias Lindholm's drama about Somali pirates premiered at the Venice Film Festival.Read more

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  5. Magnolia Picks Up Terrence Malick's 'To the Wonder'

    9:08 am 9/28/2012

    The romantic drama, starring Ben Affleck and Rachel McAdams, will be released in 2013.Read more

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  6. Bellas Mariposas: Venice Review

    12:18 pm 9/23/2012

    Italian writer-director Salvatore Mereu's drama of Sardinian childhood adapts a short story by local author Sergio Atzeni.Read more

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  7. Bob Wilson's Life and Death of Marina Abramovic: Venice Review

    3:43 pm 9/20/2012

    Giada Colagrande's documentary on the making of a theatrical extravaganza co-stars her husband, Willem Dafoe.Read more

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  8. Somewhere in Between (Araf): Venice Review

    10:19 am 9/19/2012

    Young leads Neslihan Ataguul and Baris Hacihan brighten drama by noted Turkish director Yesim UstaogluRead more

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  9. Lotus (Xiao He): Venice review

    10:28 am 9/18/2012

    Premiering in Critics' Week at Venice, producer/director/writer Liu Shu's debut stars Tan Zhuo as an idealistic schoolteacher in provincial China.Read more

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  10. Witness: Libya: Venice review

    4:13 pm 9/17/2012

    From executive producer Michael Mann, the first of a four-part HBO series on war photographers, premiering at the Venice Film FestivalRead more

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