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  • Hidden (A escondidas): Malaga Review

    6:49 PM 3/26/2014
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    Racism and romance are the twin focal points of Mikel Rueda’s teen outsiders drama. READ MORE

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  • Beautiful 2014 (Mei Ho 2014/Mei Hao 2014): Filmart Review

    11:24 PM 3/25/2014
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    Separation is the key to the third installment of HKIFF and Youku Tudou's omnibus-film project, with stories touching on family reunions, stifled sexual desires and children's struggle with real life. READ MORE

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  • Gazelles (Les Gazelles): Film Review

    11:21 PM 3/25/2014
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    French filmmaker Mona Achache ("The Hedgehog") directs Camille Chamoux in this comedy-drama based on Chamoux's successful one-woman show, "Camille Attaque." READ MORE

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  • Shadow Days (Gui ri zi): Filmart Review

    11:18 PM 3/25/2014
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    Director Zhao Dayong returns to the "ghost town" of Zhiziluo in an eerie film about China’s one-child policy. READ MORE

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  • Butterfly Girl: SXSW Review

    11:06 PM 3/25/2014
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    A Texas teen maintains high spirits in the face of a rare, painful disease. READ MORE

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  • Root (Raiz): Cartagena Review

    10:52 PM 3/25/2014
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    Matias Rojas Valencia’s feature debut, a broken family drama set against the dramatic scenery of southern Chile, has been making its mark on the festival circuit through early 2014. READ MORE

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  • Venus Talk (Gwanneungui Bubchik): Filmart Review

    10:42 PM 3/25/2014
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    Kwon Chin-il's romance dramedy revolves around three middle-aged women's trials and tribulations as they search for love and meaning in life. READ MORE

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  • Days of Wrath (Eungjingja): Filmart Review

    10:28 PM 3/25/2014
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    Shin Dong-yeop's thriller sees a down-and-outer tearing his high-school tormentor's life apart after a chance encounter decades after their graduation. READ MORE

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  • The Verdict (Het Vonnis): Filmart Review

    10:25 PM 3/25/2014
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    Belgian filmmaker Jan Verheyen's courtroom drama challenges the viewer to reflect on the possible flaws of modern judicial systems. READ MORE

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  • Seeds of Time: SXSW Review

    12:36 PM 3/25/2014
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    Scientist Cary Fowler travels the globe stockpiling seeds that might one day avert global starvation. READ MORE

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  • Manny: SXSW Review

    12:21 PM 3/25/2014
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    An admiring film chronicles the remarkable success of boxer Manny Pacquiao. READ MORE

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  • Second Coming 3D (Chung Sang 3D/Chong Sheng 3D): Filmart Review

    11:35 AM 3/25/2014
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    With a film about a teenage girl who sees violent ghosts, Hong Kong filmmaker Herman Yau returns to the schlocky-horror genre which cult status in the 1990s. READ MORE

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  • Born to Fly: SXSW Review

    2:09 PM 3/24/2014
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    Choreographer Elizabeth Streb explains her daredevil approach to dance. READ MORE

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  • Johnny Winter: Down & Dirty: SXSW Review

    12:50 PM 3/24/2014
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    Greg Olliver chronicles the Texas bluesman's return to form. READ MORE

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  • Aberdeen (Heung Kong Tsai): Hong Kong Review

    11:59 AM 3/24/2014
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    Pang Ho-cheung's Hong Kong International Film Festival opener charts the estrangement and ennui undermining relationships across three generations of a local family. READ MORE

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  • Carmina and Amen (Carmina y Amen): Malaga Review

    11:26 AM 3/24/2014
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    A slicker follow up to Paco de Leon’s well-received cult slice-of-life biopic about his mother, ‘Carmina and Blow Up’, a big hit in Spain. READ MORE

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  • The Immortalists: SXSW Review

    11:16 AM 3/24/2014
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    Two very different scientists pursue real-world ways to stop aging. READ MORE

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  • Monte adentro: Cartagena Review

    10:27 AM 3/24/2014
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    A homage to the mule-driving life, on the verge of extinction in rural Colombia. READ MORE

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  • The Borderlands: Film Review

    10:17 AM 3/24/2014
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    This low-budget found-footage horror debut from British director Elliot Goldner has plenty of chilling atmosphere but lacks bite. READ MORE

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  • Vaterfreuden: Film Review

    10:09 AM 3/24/2014
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    The latest box-office hit starring German actor-director Matthias Schweighoefer is set in motion when a hungry pet ferret accidentally turns Schweighoefer's character into a eunuch. READ MORE

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