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  • 'Henry Gamble's Birthday Party': Film Review

    11:25 AM 7/7/2015
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    A seventeen-year-old boy comes to grips with his sexuality during an emotionally charged birthday party in this film written and directed by Stephen Cone READ MORE

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  • 'A Woman Like Me': Film Review

    11:24 AM 7/7/2015
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    Alex Sichel and Elizabeth Giamatti's hybrid film blends documentary and fiction to depict Sichel's struggle with terminal breast cancer READ MORE

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  • 'Stinking Heaven': Film Review

    11:22 AM 7/7/2015
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    Indie filmmaker Nathan Silver's latest effort depicts the growing tensions within a commune for recovering addicts in suburban New Jersey READ MORE

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  • 'Monk Comes Down the Mountain' ('Dao Shi Xia Shan'): Film Review

    3:49 AM 7/6/2015
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    Chen Kaige returns with an action-fueled period drama about a young Taoist cleric's adventures in early 20th century China. READ MORE

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  • ‘April and the Extraordinary World’ (‘Avril et le monde truque’): Film Review

    2:59 AM 7/5/2015
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    Marion Cotillard voices this animated tale inspired by the world of Jacques Tardi READ MORE

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  • 'Paper Towns': Film Review

    12:00 PM 7/4/2015
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    Starring Nat Wolff and Cara Delevingne, Jake Schreier's film is the first from the John Green stable since the smash "The Fault in Our Stars." READ MORE

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  • 'Brand New-U': Edinburgh Review

    10:57 AM 7/4/2015
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    British documentary maker Simon Pummell makes his dramatic feature debut with a cerebral sci-fi thriller about human replicants and sinister corporations. READ MORE

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  • 'Self/less': Film Review

    9:00 AM 7/4/2015
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    Ben Kingsley is reincarnated as Ryan Reynolds in this thriller about a sinister organization that provides new identities to the wealthy and powerful. READ MORE

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  • 'Black Mountain Poets': Edinburgh Review

    7:34 AM 7/3/2015
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    Jamie Adams' improvised comedy scored an award-winning world debut at the venerable Scottish event. READ MORE

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  • 'Under Milk Wood': Edinburgh Review

    6:47 PM 7/2/2015
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    Rhys Ifans returns to his South Wales roots with this lusty cinematic remake of the celebrated radio play by legendary Welsh poet Dylan Thomas. READ MORE

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  • 'Astraea': Film Review

    5:03 PM 7/2/2015
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    After a deadly plague wipes out most of the North American population, a brother and sister seek to reunite with surviving family members READ MORE

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  • 'Me Him Her': Film Review

    3:40 PM 7/2/2015
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    A gay TV star struggles to stay in the closet READ MORE

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  • 'Closer to God': Film Review

    2:42 PM 7/2/2015
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    A scientist runs into trouble when he creates the first human clone in Billy Senese's sci-fi thriller READ MORE

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  • ‘Serial Teachers 2’ (‘Les Profs 2’): Film Review

    6:46 AM 7/2/2015
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    French comic star Kev Adams toplines this big budget boarding school comedy READ MORE

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  • 'Battle Mountain: Graeme Obree's Story': Edinburgh Review

    2:06 AM 7/2/2015
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    David Street's documentary on the record-breaking bicycle champion world-premiered at the U.K.'s oldest film festival. READ MORE

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  • 'Faith of Our Fathers': Film Review

    2:07 PM 7/1/2015
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    Two disparate strangers attempt to uncover the circumstances behind their fathers' deaths in the Vietnam War in this faith-based film. READ MORE

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  • ‘Beyond the Fear’: Jerusalem Review

    10:18 AM 7/1/2015
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    Controversial documentary about the woman who married one of Israel’s most notorious killers will screen in Jerusalem, despite government pressure to drop it. READ MORE

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  • 'Gone Doggy Gone': Film Review

    8:21 AM 7/1/2015
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    A childless married couple desperately searches for their kidnapped dog in this farce written and directed by Kasi Brown and Brandon Walter. READ MORE

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  • 'Vanishing Point': Film Review

    6:05 PM 6/30/2015
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    Thai filmmaker Jakrawal Nilthamrong's first feature revolves around the past and present lives of a young journalist, a middle-aged condom factory owner and an old monk. READ MORE

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  • 'Beach Town': Film Review

    2:16 PM 6/30/2015
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    Seattle's a bad town for women who don't date musicians. READ MORE

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