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  1. French Films Reach Record Box Office Revenue Abroad

    7:03 am 1/19/2013

    French exports brought in nearly $1.2 billion in international markets last year and sold 140 million tickets.Read more

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  2. 'Amour' Named Best Film at France’s Lumiere Awards

    3:15 am 1/19/2013

    Emanuelle Riva and Jean-Louis Trintignant take home trophies for their acting roles, while Jacques Audiard is honored as best director for "Rust and Bone."Read more

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  3. Michael Haneke's 'Amour' Tops London Critics' Circle Awards

    9:20 am 1/18/2013

    Haneke's drama wins film of the year and best screenwriter nod, but Ang Lee takes home the best director award for "Life of Pi."Read more

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  4. Haneke's 'Amour' Scores Rare Oscar Best Picture/Foreign Language Double

    7:34 am 1/10/2013

    Only “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon,” “Z” and “Life is Beautiful” have been nominated in both categories in a single year.Read more

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  5. Little Reason to Gripe About Academy's Foreign Language Shortlist (Analysis)

    7:40 am 12/21/2012

    THR's awards analyst dissects this year's shortlisted films, as well as the challenges faced by the Academy's foreign-language committee that chose them.Read more

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  6. 9 Foreign Language Films Advance in Oscar Race

    6:43 am 12/21/2012

    Five nominees, to be announced Jan. 10, will be chosen from the shortlist.Read more

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  7. 'The Master' Named Best Movie by Toronto Film Critics

    9:01 pm 12/17/2012

    Paul Thomas Anderson also took the best director and best screenplay prizes for his cult-leader drama, while Philip Seymour Hoffman was named best supporting actor. Read more

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  8. The Hanoi International Film Festival Kicks Off in Vietnam

    6:02 am 11/26/2012

    The upstart Southeast Asian festival shows some growing pains and plenty of promise as it returns for an expanded second year. Read more

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  9. The Making of 'Amour': Michael Haneke's Personal, Painful Drama About the End of Life

    11:00 am 11/22/2012

    The rigorously unsentimental director recruited two octogenarian legends to play a married couple navigating death in his warmest film yet.Read more

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