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  • ‘Office’ (‘O Pi-seu’): Cannes Review

    5:20 PM 5/18/2015
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    Korean screenwriter Hong Won-chan’s directorial debut stars Snowpiercer star Ko A-sung as a young sales executive caught up in a murderous intrigue in the office READ MORE

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  • ‘Beyond My Grandfather Allende’: Cannes Review

    3:22 PM 5/18/2015
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    The family life of Chilean president Salvador Allende is explored through family photographs and memories. READ MORE

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  • 'Marguerite & Julien': Cannes Review

    3:09 PM 5/18/2015
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    Valerie Donzelli's latest directorial effort casts her frequent muse, Jeremie Elkaim, opposite Anais Demoustier in a story of two siblings who fall passionately in love READ MORE

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  • ‘Degrade’: Cannes Review

    11:42 AM 5/18/2015
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    A comedy about 13 Palestinian women trapped in a beauty salon in the Gaza Strip READ MORE

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  • 'The Chosen Ones' ('Las Elegidas'): Cannes Review

    9:52 AM 5/18/2015
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    Gael Garcia Bernal and Diego Luna executive produced this second fiction feature from Mexican director David Pablos, which premieres in Cannes' Un Certain Regard. READ MORE

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  • ‘Two Friends’ (‘Les Deux Amis’): Cannes Review

    7:42 AM 5/18/2015
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    Actor Louis Garrel (“Saint Laurent”) makes his feature debut at the Cannes Critics’ Week READ MORE

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  • 'Inside Out': Cannes Review

    7:01 AM 5/18/2015
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    The latest Pixar feature personifies the sensations of early adolescence as animated characters. READ MORE

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  • ‘Cemetery of Splendor’ (‘Rak Ti Khon Kaen’): Cannes Review

    6:03 AM 5/18/2015
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    Palme d'Or winner Apichatpong Weerasethakul premiered his latest in the Un Certain Regard sidebar READ MORE

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  • 'Cowboys' ('Les Cowboys'): Cannes Review

    5:09 AM 5/18/2015
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    For his directorial debut, French star screenwriter Thomas Bidegain casts Francois Damiens as an amateur country singer father looking for his daughter READ MORE

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  • 'Honeyglue': Newport Beach Review

    4:50 AM 5/18/2015
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    James Bird's feature about the whirlwind romance of a young woman dying of cancer premiered at the Newport Beach Film Festival. READ MORE

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  • ‘Land and Shade’ (‘La Tierra y la Sombra’): Cannes Review

    4:15 AM 5/18/2015
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    Colombian director Cesar Acevedo premieres his first feature in the Cannes Critics’ Week READ MORE

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  • ‘Journey to the Shore' ('Kishibe no tabi'): Cannes Review

    2:00 AM 5/18/2015
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    In Japanese auteur Kiyoshi Kurosawa's latest, a young widow is reunited with her husband three years after his death, granting them peace and the renewal of their love. READ MORE

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  • 'America Recycled': AmDocs Review

    1:59 AM 5/18/2015
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    The Hussin brothers' debut film, a bicycling road-movie, was named Best US Feature Documentary when world-premiering at the Palm Springs festival. READ MORE

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  • ‘The Truth Shall Not Sink With Sewol’: LAAPFF Review

    1:56 AM 5/18/2015
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    Last year’s tragic South Korean ferry disaster and its aftermath are revealed in raw detail READ MORE

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  • ‘The Brand New Testament’: Cannes Review

    1:48 AM 5/18/2015
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    God is a mean bastard from Brussels, but his daughter is determined to set things straight in cult director Jaco Van Dormael’s madcap fantasy READ MORE

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  • ‘The Measure of a Man’ (‘La Loi du marche’): Cannes Review

    1:03 AM 5/18/2015
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    Stephane Brize (“Mademoiselle Chambon”) plays Cannes competition for the first time READ MORE

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  • ‘Coin Locker Girl’: Cannes Review

    9:06 PM 5/17/2015
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    First-time director Han Jun-hee's crime thriller casts veteran actress Kim Hye-soo as a female mob boss who clashes with her star protégé, played by upcomer Kim Ko-eun READ MORE

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  • 'Louder Than Bombs': Cannes Review

    3:46 PM 5/17/2015
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    Gabriel Byrne, Jesse Eisenberg and newcomer Devin Druid play a father and sons dealing with grief for their wife and mother, a war photographer played by Isabelle Huppert. READ MORE

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  • 'Tomorrowland': Film Review

    2:00 PM 5/17/2015
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    Brad Bird delivers his long-awaited futuristic fantasy starring George Clooney and Britt Robertson READ MORE

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  • ‘Green Room’: Cannes Review

    11:33 AM 5/17/2015
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    Writer-director Jeremy Saulnier ('Blue Ruin') casts Patrick Stewart, Anton Yelchin and Imogen Poots in a gory confrontation between punk rockers and white supremacists READ MORE

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