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  1. 'Neon Bull' ('Boi Neon'): Venice Review

    2:12 am 9/3/2015

    Brazilian director Gabriel Mascaro's follow-up to his well-received 'August Winds' stars Juliano Cazarré as a cowpoke who loves to make dresses in his spare time.Read more

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  2. 'Lolo': Venice Review

    2:39 pm 9/2/2015

    Writer-director Julie Delpy's latest is a French-language comedy in which she stars as a neurotic single mother alongside local stars Dany Boon, Vincent Lacoste and Karin Viard.Read more

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  3. ‘Retribution' ('El Desconocido'): Venice Review

    2:18 pm 9/2/2015

    Debuting Spanish director Dani de la Torre's high-stakes thriller traps a shady bank manager and his kids in a car rigged to explode.Read more

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  4. Venice: 'Everest' Stars, Director Talk Isolation, Responsibility of Filming Real-Life Mountain Saga

    5:27 am 9/2/2015

    “There’s a difference between pain and injury,” director Baltasar Kormakur said at a press conference ahead of the movie's world premiere.Read more

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  5. 'Everest' Director Talks "Losing Your Shit" While Shooting at the Highest Place on Earth

    2:14 am 9/2/2015

    Baltasar Kormakur hauled his A-list cast and crew up Mount Everest for "authenticity" purposes when making the disaster epic, which opens the Venice Film Festival today.Read more

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  6. 'Klezmer': Venice Review

    3:00 pm 9/1/2015

    The feature debut of Polish playwright-turned-director Piotr Chrzan, set in the summer of 1943, almost plays like the anti-'Ida'. Read more

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  7. 'A Monster with a Thousand Heads' ('Un monstruo de mil cabezas'): Venice Review

    1:45 pm 9/1/2015

    In the latest film from Uruguay-born Mexican director Rodrigo Pla ('The Zone'), a woman with a terminally ill husband literally tries to fight their corrupt insurance company. Read more

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  8. 'The Memory of Water' ('La memoria del agua'): Venice Review

    9:30 am 9/1/2015

    Spanish-language stars Elena Anaya and Benjamin Vicuña play a couple in mourning in the latest film from Chilean director Matias Bize ('The Life of Fish').Read more

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  9. Oscars: Sweden Picks 'A Pigeon Sat on a Branch' for Foreign-Language Category

    7:10 am 9/1/2015

    Roy Andersson's quietly comic feature won the Golden Lion for best film in Venice last year. Read more

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