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  1. Montreal Film Festival Unveils Competition Lineup

    8:30 am 8/6/2013

    The 20 contenders for the Grand Prix of the Americas include Christian Duguay's French equestrian drama "Jappeloup" and the U.S. indie "The Red Robin." Read more

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  2. Anne Fontaine's Taboo Sex Drama 'Adore' to Close Montreal World Film Festival

    7:43 am 8/1/2013

    The Naomi Watts/Robin Wright-starrer will screen at the Canadian fest ahead of a Sept. 6 theatrical release. Read more

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  3. A Terminal Trust (Tsui No Shintaku): Montreal Review

    4:04 pm 9/3/2012

    Masayuki Suo reunites for a third film with his "Shall We Dance?" star Kôji Yakusho.Read more

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  4. Vanishing Landscapes (Paisajes Devorados): Montreal Review

    10:12 am 9/3/2012

    Argentine writer-director Eliseo Subiela's drama stars Fernando Birri as a mental patient who claims to have been a successful director.Read more

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  5. Golden Slumbers (Le Sommeil D'Or): Montreal Review

    2:56 pm 9/2/2012

    Davy Chou's poignant documentary finds the few Cambodians who can recall the 1960-75 heyday of that nation's cinema and tenderly listens to their stories.Read more

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  6. Hostage of an Illusion (Rehén de Ilusiones): Film Review

    9:38 am 9/2/2012

    Eliseo Subiela comes to Montréal with two features -- this and "Vanishing Landscapes."Read more

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  7. Please Kill Mr. Know It All

    7:54 am 9/2/2012

    Co-director Sandra Feldman, a physician, occasionally moonlights as a stunt woman.Read more

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  8. Electoral Dysfunction: Montreal Review

    9:52 pm 9/1/2012

    The documentary featuring former "Daily Show" contributor Mo Rocca gives a semi-comic look at voting in America.Read more

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  9. Up There: Film Review

    9:43 am 9/1/2012

    Glasgow gets grayer in Zam Salim's vision of the afterlife.Read more

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  10. Africa: The Beat

    9:17 am 9/1/2012

    A 15-year musical research project inspired Javier Arias Bal and his partners to make a film.Read more

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