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  1. First Snowfall (La Prima Neve): Film Review

    12:05 am 10/22/2013

    Award-winning director Andrea Segre parallels the problems of an African man who has lost his wife and an Italian boy without a father.Read more

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  2. Amazonia: Venice Review

    6:52 pm 9/7/2013

    An adorable baby monkey lost in the Amazon steals the show in director Thierry Ragobert's nature documentary.Read more

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  3. The Rooftops (Es-Stouh, Les Terraces): Venice Review

    9:22 am 9/6/2013

    Veteran director Merzak Allouache casts an unquiet eye on his society from the rooftops of Algiers.Read more

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  4. Stephen Frears' 'Philomena' Wins Venice Queer Lion Prize as Fest Unveils First Awards

    6:48 am 9/6/2013

    "Bethlehem" wins the Venice Days section, while "Class Enemy" takes home the top honor for the Critics' Week sidebar.Read more

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  5. Trap Street (Shuiyin Jie): Venice Review

    9:13 am 9/5/2013

    Having a crush on the wrong girl endangers the hero in Vivian Qu’s directing bow.Read more

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  6. Sacro GRA, Tales from Rome’s Ring Road (Sacro GRA): Venice Review

    8:40 am 9/5/2013

    Gianfranco Rosi’s documentary about a highway is a surprising sleeper.Read more

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  7. Venice Film Fest Sees Attendance Rise as Italian Films Move to Center Stage

    8:26 am 9/4/2013

    Ticket sales fell slightly a year ago, but they are on pace to more than make up for the shortfall, due in part to online sales.Read more

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  8. A Lonely Hero (Intrepido): Venice Review

    4:52 am 9/4/2013

    Popular Italian comedian Antonio Albanese teams with award-winning director Gianni Amelio in a working-class fable.Read more

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  9. At Berkeley: Venice Review

    9:41 am 9/3/2013

    America's top public university falls under the microscope of veteran documaker Frederick Wiseman.Read more

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  10. The Wind Rises (Kaze Tachinu): Venice Review

    3:24 am 9/3/2013

    Animation master Hayao Miyazaki delivers a searing vision of Japan between the wars, told through the eyes of a young aviation engineer.Read more

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