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  • 'Spotlight': Venice Review

    12:30 PM 9/3/2015
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    Michael Keaton, Mark Ruffalo and Rachel McAdams play Boston Globe reporters trying to expose a cover-up of sexually abusive priests in Tom McCarthy's fact-based drama. READ MORE

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  • 'Looking for Grace': Venice Review

    5:13 AM 9/3/2015
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    Richard Roxburgh and Radha Mitchell star with newcomer Odessa Young in Sue Brooks' examination of the fallout when a teenage girl runs away from home. READ MORE

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  • 'Neon Bull' ('Boi Neon'): Venice Review

    4:21 AM 9/3/2015
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    Brazilian director Gabriel Mascaro's follow-up to his well-received 'August Winds' stars Juliano Cazarré as a cowpoke who loves to make dresses in his spare time. READ MORE

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  • 'The Transporter Refueled': Film Review

    9:00 PM 9/2/2015
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    Ed Skrein steps into Jason Statham's shoes for this reboot of the hit action franchise. READ MORE

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  • ‘Retribution' ('El Desconocido'): Venice Review

    2:39 PM 9/2/2015
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    Debuting Spanish director Dani de la Torre's high-stakes thriller traps a shady bank manager and his kids in a car rigged to explode. READ MORE

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  • 'Lolo': Venice Review

    2:39 PM 9/2/2015
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    Writer-director Julie Delpy's latest is a French-language comedy in which she stars as a neurotic single mother alongside local stars Dany Boon, Vincent Lacoste and Karin Viard. READ MORE

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  • 'Life in a Walk': Film Review

    2:27 PM 9/2/2015
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    A father-son reunion leads to big questions about life and family in this peripatetic documentary. READ MORE

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  • 'Beasts of No Nation': Venice Review

    12:46 PM 9/2/2015
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    Netflix's first original feature film, directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, stars Idris Elba as a warlord who recruits an army of child soldiers in an unspecified African country. READ MORE

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  • 'Winter on Fire: Ukraine's Fight for Freedom': Venice Review

    12:12 PM 9/2/2015
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    Vivid documentary footage chronicles the 2013-14 rebellion against Ukraine's pro-Russian government. READ MORE

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  • 'Contracted: Phase II': Film Review

    12:00 PM 9/2/2015
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    The zombie apocalypse continues in this sequel to the 2013 cult horror film. READ MORE

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  • 'Kings of the Wind & Electric Queens': Film Review

    10:57 AM 9/2/2015
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    The many diversions available at an annual Indian livestock show. READ MORE

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  • 'Bloomin Mud Shuffle': Film Review

    10:56 AM 9/2/2015
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    James Ransone plays a regular Joe who just wants a real relationship. READ MORE

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  • 'Chloe & Theo': Film Review

    10:47 AM 9/2/2015
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    An Arctic Inuit travels to NYC to warn our "elders" about the dangers of climate change in this modern-day fable. READ MORE

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  • 'A Monster with a Thousand Heads' ('Un monstruo de mil cabezas'): Venice Review

    9:10 AM 9/2/2015
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    In the latest film from Uruguay-born Mexican director Rodrigo Pla ('The Zone'), a woman with a terminally ill husband literally tries to fight their corrupt insurance company. READ MORE

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  • 'Everest': Venice Review

    2:30 AM 9/2/2015
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    Jake Gyllenhaal and Josh Brolin headline an international cast in Baltasar Kormakur's big-screen account of the disastrous 1996 trek along Mount Everest. READ MORE

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  • 'Klezmer': Venice Review

    3:00 PM 9/1/2015
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    The feature debut of Polish playwright-turned-director Piotr Chrzan, set in the summer of 1943, almost plays like the anti-'Ida'. READ MORE

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  • 'Y(Our) Music': Film Review

    2:04 PM 9/1/2015
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    It's a long way from here to Bangkok discos and Phuket raves. READ MORE

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  • 'The Memory of Water' ('La memoria del agua'): Venice Review

    9:30 AM 9/1/2015
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    Spanish-language stars Elena Anaya and Benjamin Vicuña play a couple in mourning in the latest film from Chilean director Matias Bize ('The Life of Fish'). READ MORE

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  • 'My Voice, My Life': Film Review

    5:21 PM 8/31/2015
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    Ruby Yang's documentary profiles the students of a Hong Kong program teaching performing arts to youngsters from "academically inferior" schools. READ MORE

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  • 'Iona': Film Review

    11:44 AM 8/31/2015
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    Ruth Negga stars in writer-director Scott Graham's UK-Germany co-production, set on a remote Scottish island. READ MORE

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