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  1. 'The Fits': Venice Review

    9:08 am 9/4/2015

    Newcomer Anna Rose Holmer's debut is an original reflection on a young African-American girl's path from childhood into the exotic social sphere of adolescence.Read more

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  2. ‘For the Love of a Man’: Venice Review

    6:39 am 9/4/2015

    The cult of adulation surrounding South Indian super-star Rajinikanth is explored in all its color, excitement and madness. Read more

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  3. Venice: Johnny Depp Talks Becoming James "Whitey" Bulger in 'Black Mass'

    6:16 am 9/4/2015

    The superstar also joked about killing his dogs in response to the recent Australian controversy. Read more

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  4. 'Marguerite': Venice Review

    1:37 am 9/4/2015

    Catherine Frot plays a singer who can't keep a tune in Xavier Giannoli’s dramedy.Read more

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  5. ‘Francofonia’: Venice Review

    3:05 pm 9/3/2015

    Russian auteur Aleksander Sokurov tells the story of the Louvre under German occupation.Read more

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  6. 'As I Open My Eyes' ('A peine j’ouvre les yeux'): Venice Review

    2:42 pm 9/3/2015

    Tunisian filmmaker Leyla Bouzid's feature debut stars Ghalia Benali as a mother who has a hard time keeping her rebellious rock chick daughter in check.Read more

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  7. Yann Arthus-Bertrand's 'Human' to Get United Nations Screening

    12:36 pm 9/3/2015

    The new documentary will premiere on Sept. 12 in Venice and in N.Y.Read more

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  8. 'In Jackson Heights': Venice Review

    9:50 am 9/3/2015

    Frederick Wiseman's latest three-hour-plus opus looks at the culturally diverse Queens neighborhood of the title.Read more

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  9. ‘Italian Gangsters’: Venice Review

    8:56 am 9/3/2015

    This psychological portrait of the Italian underworld after the war is a true crime orgy.Read more

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  10. Venice Film Fest: 'Spotlight' Director Calls for Vatican Action Over Child Abuse

    7:39 am 9/3/2015

    "I hope the Vatican will use this movie as a perfect opportunity to begin to right these wrongs," said Mark Ruffalo. Read more

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