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  • 'Radio Dreams': Rotterdam Review

    10:57 AM 2/3/2016
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    Writer-director Babak Jalali's California-set second feature world premiered in competition at the Dutch festival. READ MORE

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  • 'Hail, Caesar!': Film Review

    6:00 AM 2/3/2016
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    The Coen brothers' latest, a comedy about 1950s Hollywood, stars Josh Brolin, George Clooney, Scarlett Johansson, Tilda Swinton and Channing Tatum. READ MORE

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  • 'The Lovers and the Despot': Sundance Review

    2:04 AM 2/3/2016
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    An alluring and informative documentary about the 1978 kidnapping of two of South Korea's most famous film-industry figures by North Korea's movie-crazy Kim Jong-il. READ MORE

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  • ‘Somm: Into the Bottle’: Film Review

    4:49 PM 2/2/2016
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    Jason Wise's follow-up to his 2012 documentary 'Somm' is a deep dive into the particulars of wine production and consumption worldwide. READ MORE

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  • 'The Monkey King 2': Film Review

    12:14 PM 2/2/2016
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    Gong Li joins Aaron Kwok and director Cheang Pou-soi for the follow-up to the 2014 hit fantasy-adventure. READ MORE

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  • 'Embers': Slamdance Review

    12:03 PM 2/2/2016
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    Survivors struggle with persistent memory loss in a postapocalyptic landscape in Claire Carre's sci-fi film. READ MORE

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  • 'Jacqueline (Argentine)': Sundance Review

    12:02 PM 2/2/2016
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    Filmmaker Bernardo Britto debuts with this doodle of a movie starring French actress Camille Rutherford as a low-fi, Edward Snowden-like fugitive in Argentina. READ MORE

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  • 'Mountain Men': Film Review

    11:51 AM 2/2/2016
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    Chace Crawford and Tyler Labine play brothers trapped in the wilderness in Cameron Labine's family dramedy. READ MORE

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  • 'The Settlers': Sundance Review

    3:04 PM 2/1/2016
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    Former Israeli Navy Seal and filmmaker Shimon Dotan's pic takes a hard look at Israel's West Bank settlements. READ MORE

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  • 'Trapped': Sundance Review

    1:33 PM 2/1/2016
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    This doc depicts the struggle of Southern abortion clinics under attack by conservative state legislatures. READ MORE

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  • 'Peanut Gallery': Slamdance Review

    10:48 AM 2/1/2016
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    Produce Molly Gandour and her parents struggle with a past family tragedy in this heartfelt documentary. READ MORE

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  • 'Salafistes': Film Review

    10:45 AM 2/1/2016
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    Controversial documentary that inspired 'Timbuktu' received an NC-18 rating in France. READ MORE

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  • 'Beyond Sleep' ('Nooit meer slapen'): Rotterdam Review

    10:43 AM 2/1/2016
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    Boudewijn Koole's adaptation of the classic Dutch novel kicked off the 45th edition of the independent-minded festival. READ MORE

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  • ‘The Land of the Enlightened’: Sundance Review

    10:41 AM 2/1/2016
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    Pieter-Jan De Pue’s documentary won a World Cinema special jury award for best cinematography at the festival. READ MORE

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  • ‘MAD’: Slamdance Review

    10:38 AM 2/1/2016
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    Robert G. Putka’s microbudget comedy about a fractious family troubled by mental instability premiered in the narrative features competition. READ MORE

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  • 'Much Ado About Nothing' ('Aqui no ha pasado nada'): Sundance Review

    10:28 AM 2/1/2016
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    The latest feature from Chilean director Alejandro Fernandez Almendras (Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner 'To Kill A Man') is headlined by 'Nasty Baby' star Agustin Silva. READ MORE

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  • 'A Flag Without a Country': Sundance Review

    10:26 AM 2/1/2016
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    Kurdish-Iranian director Bahman Ghobadi directed this docu-fiction hybrid about two Kurds in Northern Iraq who teach children in a Syrian refugee camp. READ MORE

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  • 'Film Hawk': Sundance Review

    12:13 AM 2/1/2016
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    An intimate look at the life of a man who shepherded the careers of and selflessly championed filmmakers such as Kevin Smith and Edward Burns. READ MORE

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  • 'Sophie and the Rising Sun': Sundance Review

    6:16 AM 1/30/2016
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    A Japanese stranger causes unrest in a small Southern town. READ MORE

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  • 'The Land': Sundance Review

    7:24 PM 1/29/2016
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    Writer-director Steven Caple Jr. puts a quartet of Cleveland teens in over their heads when they use a stolen drug stash to finance their skateboarding aspirations. READ MORE

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