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  • 'Flocking': Filmart Review

    11:35 AM 3/30/2015
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    Beata Gardeler’s Crystal Bear-winning second feature is a stifling and sadly revealing condemnation of the modern response to assault READ MORE

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  • 'Iron Girl – Ultimate Weapon': Filmart Review

    11:31 AM 3/30/2015
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    Following up the surprise cult hit 'Iron Girl,' director Kenichi Fujiwara steps behind the camera for what could be the middle entry in a trilogy READ MORE

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  • 'Liz in September': Filmart Review

    11:14 AM 3/30/2015
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    Venezuelan writer-director Fina Torres adapts, updates and relocates the late Jane Chambers’ stage drama. READ MORE

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  • 'A Man From Manchuria': Hong Kong Review

    11:11 AM 3/30/2015
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    Chinese author Tang Di makes a stark, unsettling and challenging feature filmmaking debut that’s sure to spark debate READ MORE

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  • ‘The Lost Aviator’: Miami Review

    10:42 AM 3/30/2015
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    A tale of passion and murder from aviation’s golden years, told through family interviews READ MORE

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  • 'The Price Was Key' ('Hier Sprach Der Preis'): Film Review

    2:07 PM 3/27/2015
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    Rookie director Sabrina Jaeger's documentary looks at the forced closure of a DIY chain store in rural Germany READ MORE

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  • 'Knucklehead': Film Review

    1:39 PM 3/27/2015
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    Gbenga Akinnagbe plays a mentally ill man convinced that the right meds will fix his life. READ MORE

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  • ‘Nina Forever’: SXSW Review

    12:37 PM 3/27/2015
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    The Blaine brothers’ atmospheric feature offers a sometimes extreme depiction of romantic fixation READ MORE

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  • 'Out to Win': SXSW Review

    11:38 AM 3/27/2015
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    Malcolm Ingram's documentary examines the lives and careers of gay athletes past and present READ MORE

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  • ‘All About Them’ (‘A trois on y va’): Film Review

    11:34 AM 3/27/2015
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    Jerome Bonnell (“Just a Sigh”) tackles a very Gallic genre in this three-way dramedy READ MORE

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  • ‘Color Box’ (‘Encré’): Film Review

    11:33 AM 3/27/2015
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    Director Rachid Djaidani (“Hold Back”) premiered his second feature at the Cinema du Reel READ MORE

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  • '3 Holes and a Smoking Gun': Film Review

    10:28 AM 3/27/2015
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    A supposedly brilliant unproduced screenplay becomes an object of obsession in this twisty thriller READ MORE

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  • 'Stubborn' ('Une Histoire Americaine'): Film Review

    12:54 PM 3/26/2015
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    Murray Bartlett and Kate Moran join French actor Vincent Macaigne in this micro-budgeted indie set in New York READ MORE

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  • 'Rubbers' ('Tao'): Filmart Review

    11:57 AM 3/26/2015
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    Han Yew Kwang's gross-out three-part comedy probes the sexual lives - or lack thereof - among Singaporeans of different generations READ MORE

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  • 'Nightlight': Film Review

    11:18 AM 3/26/2015
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    A group of teenagers venture into cursed woods at night for an evening of fun and games that turns out to be anything but. READ MORE

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  • 'Beautiful 2015': Filmart Review

    11:11 AM 3/26/2015
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    Moshen Makhmalbaf and Tsai Ming-Liang headline HKIFF’s fourth pan-Asian anthology READ MORE

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  • 'Game On: Time to Pull the Strings': Filmart Review

    11:10 AM 3/26/2015
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    Online gaming and international finance come together in a USA/Hong Kong comedy by first-timer Aaron Palermo READ MORE

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  • 'The Deal': Filmart Review

    11:06 AM 3/26/2015
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    Writer-director Son Young-ho makes a visually arresting debut in the crowded Korean thriller arena READ MORE

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  • 'Cupcakes': Film Review

    10:55 AM 3/26/2015
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    A group of Tel Aviv friends finds themselves entered into a Eurovision-style song competition in this confectionery comedy. READ MORE

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  • ‘Extraordinary Tales’: Hong Kong Review

    10:46 AM 3/26/2015
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    Goth hall of famers from Sir Christopher Lee and Bela Lugosi to Roger Corman narrate five animated shorts inspired by Edgar Allen Poe READ MORE

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