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  1. Cannes: THR's Critics Pick Their 7 Favorite Films

    5:00 am 5/27/2015

    The jury may have made its selections May 24, but The Hollywood Reporter's film critics have their own opinions.Read more

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  2. Todd McCarthy's Cannes Wrap: The Good, the Bad and the French

    5:00 am 5/27/2015

    Highlights of a middling edition of the festival included a riveting Holocaust thriller that offended some, a beautiful Italian film that Italians hate and a bold experiment from Pixar.Read more

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  3. 'Chronic': Cannes Review

    5:04 am 5/22/2015

    Three years after winning top honors in Un Certain Regard with 'After Lucia,' Michel Franco graduates to the official competition with this English-language debut, starring Tim Roth as a nurse specializing in terminal illness homecare. Read more

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  4. Cannes Unveils Additional Official Selection Films

    8:26 am 4/23/2015

    Two titles were added to competition as well as new sidebar entries from Gaspar Noe, Naomi Kawase and Apichatpong Weerasethakul.Read more

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  5. Child Soldiers Drama 'Alias Maria' to Open Cartagena Film Fest

    8:20 am 2/24/2015

    Making its world premiere, the film explores the harsh reality of child recruitment by guerrilla forces. Read more

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  6. Berlin: Gabriel Ripstein's '600 Miles' Wins Best First Feature Prize

    12:21 am 2/15/2015

    Tim Roth stars in the drama as an ATF agent caught on the wrong side of the border.Read more

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  7. ‘600 Miles’ (‘600 Millas’): Berlin Review

    10:15 am 2/6/2015

    Tim Roth gets caught south of the border in Gabriel Ripstein’s feature debutRead more

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  8. Oscars: 'Selma' Actor Tim Roth Weighs In on Film's Snubs

    10:54 am 1/17/2015

    The film was nominated for best picture but missed out for best director and actor.Read more

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  9. 'Selma': What the Critics Are Saying

    5:30 am 12/25/2014

    David Oyelowo portrays Martin Luther King, Jr. in Ava DuVernay's civil rights drama, produced by Oprah WinfreyRead more

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  10. Oscars: How 'Selma' Filmmakers Made a Movie About MLK Without Using His Words

    9:00 am 12/16/2014

    Because Martin Luther King Jr.'s speeches are copyrighted — and licensed to another project — the film was made without his famous quotes, his licensed life story or the blessing of his childrenRead more

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