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  • 'Dough': Film Review

    12:16 PM 5/3/2016
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    Jonathan Pryce plays an elderly Jewish baker who forms an unlikely bond with his Muslim immigrant apprentice in John Goldschmidt's comedy. READ MORE

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  • 'The Legacy of Frida Kahlo': Hot Docs Review

    11:46 AM 5/3/2016
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    Tadasuki Kotani's documentary chronicles acclaimed Japanese photographer Miyako Ishiuchi's efforts shooting the personal belongings of artist Frida Kahlo that have gone unseen for 58 years. READ MORE

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  • 'The Golden Age' ('L'Eta d’oro'): Film Review

    11:22 AM 5/3/2016
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    Laura Morante summons up the spirit of a passionate filmmaker from the 1970s. READ MORE

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  • ‘The Confessions’ (‘Le confessioni’): Film Review

    11:09 AM 5/3/2016
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    Toni Servillo is a wise monk who stands tall against Europe’s economic policies in Roberto Ando’s offbeat thriller. READ MORE

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  • 'The Congressman': Film Review

    1:56 PM 5/2/2016
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    Treat Williams plays a congressman embroiled in a public relations crisis in this drama scripted and co-directed by former New York Representative Robert M. Mrazek. READ MORE

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  • 'Night Song' ('Mobile etoile'): Film Review

    11:52 AM 5/2/2016
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    French-Israeli director Raphael Nadjari ('The Shade,' 'Tehilim') casts Geraldine Pailhas and Luc Picard as a French singer and her French-Canadian concert-pianist husband. READ MORE

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  • ‘Koblic’: Film Review

    11:36 AM 5/2/2016
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    Ricardo Darin reteams with director Sebastian Borensztein for a rural drama built around the troubled conscience of an Argentinian military pilot in hiding. READ MORE

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  • ‘Old Days’ (‘Ol-deu De-i-jeu’): Film Review

    4:01 PM 4/29/2016
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    Prior to his new film’s world premiere at Cannes, South Korean auteur Park Chan-wook and his team recall their experience making 'Oldboy,' a Grand Prize winner on the Croisette in 2003. READ MORE

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  • 'Abortion: Stories Women Tell': Tribeca Review

    12:02 PM 4/29/2016
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    Personal narratives predominate in a look at America's most divisive issue. READ MORE

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  • 'Bugs': Tribeca Review

    10:35 AM 4/29/2016
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    The "greatest restaurant in the world" is behind a globetrotting investigation into making food from insects. READ MORE

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  • 'Always Shine': Tribeca Review

    9:35 AM 4/29/2016
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    Actor Sophia Takal directs a psychological thriller about two aspiring actresses. READ MORE

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  • 'Mother's Day': Film Review

    6:00 PM 4/28/2016
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    Garry Marshall's latest holiday-pegged ensemble comedy stars Jennifer Aniston, Julia Roberts, Kate Hudson and Jason Sudeikis. READ MORE

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  • ‘A Beautiful Planet’: Film Review

    1:25 PM 4/28/2016
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    Taught to use 4K digital cameras, International Space Station astronauts provided much of the footage for the latest Imax science feature. READ MORE

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  • 'Kirumi': IFFLA Review

    12:01 PM 4/28/2016
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    Writer-director Anucharan Murugaiyan’s debut is an urban thriller with more on its mind than just cops and crooks. READ MORE

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  • 'Ratchet & Clank': Film Review

    11:14 AM 4/28/2016
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    A spinoff from the successful game franchise of the same name, this animated work features the voices of Paul Giamatti and John Goodman. READ MORE

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  • 'Maurizio Cattelan: Be Right Back': Tribeca Review

    9:09 AM 4/28/2016
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    The art world's most celebrated prankster has his way with the big screen. READ MORE

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  • '3rd Street Blackout': Film Review

    2:43 PM 4/27/2016
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    A technology-obsessed couple is forced to cope without their devices during a blackout in this NYC-set comedy. READ MORE

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  • ‘Summer of 8’: Newport Beach Review

    12:00 PM 4/27/2016
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    A debut feature follows the daylong gathering of a group of SoCal teens on the eve of their departure for college. READ MORE

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  • 'Papa: Hemingway in Cuba': Film Review

    11:17 AM 4/27/2016
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    Bob Yari's drama about the real-life friendship between Ernest Hemingway and a young journalist was the first Hollywood film to shoot in Cuba since the 1959 revolution. READ MORE

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  • 'Toro': Film Review

    11:07 AM 4/27/2016
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    Kike Maillo’s second film — a fast-paced, bloody tale of multiple betrayals — is the latest in a lengthening list of Andalucian-flavored thrillers out of Spain. READ MORE

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