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  1. 'Klezmer': Venice Review

    3:00 pm PDT 09/01/2015
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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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  2. It's the First Day at Hogwarts for Harry Potter’s Son

    2:21 pm PDT 09/01/2015
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    In the epilogue of 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows,' school started for James Sirius Potter on Sept. 1, 2015. Plus, we finally learn what house he’s in and why that makes Ted Lupin sad. READ MORE

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  3. Oscars: Finland Selects 'The Fencer' for Foreign-Language Category

    12:07 pm PDT 09/01/2015
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    Klaus Haro's drama is about an Estonian sportsman on the run from the Soviet secret police. READ MORE

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  4. 'Fear the Walking Dead' Draws 211,000 Viewers in U.K. Debut

    9:59 am PDT 09/01/2015
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    The newly launched AMC U.K. network attracted 125,900 viewers, according to overnight figures. READ MORE

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  5. Syfy Renews 'Killjoys,' 'Dark Matter' for Second Seasons

    9:00 am PDT 09/01/2015
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    The sci-fi series are set for sophomore runs to debut in 2016. READ MORE

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  6. Zurich Film Fest: Armin Mueller-Stahl to Get Lifetime Achievement Award

    8:48 am PDT 09/01/2015
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    The acclaimed German actor received an Oscar nomination for 'Shine' and has appeared in such features as David Cronenberg's 'Eastern Promises' and Jim Jarmusch's 'Night on Earth.' READ MORE

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  7. Netflix Inks First TV Deal in Spain

    8:19 am PDT 09/01/2015
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    A deal with Vodafone arrives one month ahead of the scheduled October launch for Netflix. READ MORE

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  8. Vice Journalists Charged By Turkish Authorities of Aiding ISIS

    7:33 am PDT 09/01/2015
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    The news organization slammed the Turkish government for "trying to intimidate and censor...coverage" after two British journalists and a local fixer were charged with "engaging in terror activity." READ MORE

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  9. Oscars: Sweden Picks 'A Pigeon Sat on a Branch' for Foreign-Language Category

    7:12 am PDT 09/01/2015
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    Roy Andersson's quietly comic feature won the Golden Lion for best film in Venice last year. READ MORE

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  10. Alibaba Partners With Chinese Animation Studio

    6:11 am PDT 09/01/2015
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    The Chinese online giant will co-finance and distribute "Little Door Gods," the first film from Beijing-based Light Chaser Animation, which has sought to position itself as China's answer to Pixar. READ MORE

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  11. John Crowley's 'Brooklyn' to Open Vancouver Festival

    6:00 am PDT 09/01/2015
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    The Tom Hiddleston-starring Hank Williams biopic 'I Saw the Light' will close the 34th edition. READ MORE

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  12. International Film Critics Vote 'Mad Max: Fury Road' Year's Best Film

    5:33 am PDT 09/01/2015
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    Director George Miller's apocalyptic action film beat out more arthouse titles including Jafar Panahi's 'Taxi' and Laszlo Nemes' 'Son of Saul.' READ MORE

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  13. 'X Factor' U.K. Draws Lowest Season-Debut Ratings Since 2006

    5:26 am PDT 09/01/2015
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    The Simon Cowell singing competition, which added Rita Ora and Nick Grimshaw as judges this season, had a dominant TV audience share, though. READ MORE

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  14. India Launches Google Antitrust Probe

    5:05 am PDT 09/01/2015
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    India's competition watchdog claims the Internet giant may have rigged search results to benefit its own businesses. READ MORE

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  15. Watch Irish Director Get Censored on Russian TV

    4:16 am PDT 09/01/2015
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    Johnny O'Reilly is cut short on live TV after saying Ukrainian director Oleg Sentsov was jailed by Moscow for "political reasons." READ MORE

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  16. Korean DMZ Documentary Festival to Open With U.S. Co-Production ‘I Am Sun Mu’

    3:48 am PDT 09/01/2015
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    Held in the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) separating the two Koreas, the festival shines a spotlight on political controversies both local and international. READ MORE

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  17. 'I Love Lucy' to Return to TV ... in Latvia

    3:37 am PDT 09/01/2015
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    CBS Studios has signed a deal for a local-language reboot of the Lucille Ball sitcom, nearly 60 years after it went off the air in the U.S. READ MORE

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  18. London Film Fest Full Lineup Includes 'Black Mass,' Bryan Cranston's 'Trumbo'

    3:00 am PDT 09/01/2015
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    Stephen Frears' Lance Armstrong film 'The Program' and Cannes competition title The Lobster are other high-profile additions. READ MORE

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  19. Pascal Chaumeil, French director of 'A Long Way Down,' Dies at 54

    2:43 am PDT 09/01/2015
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    The director, who also helmed the French hit 'Heartbreaker,' started his career as an assistant under Luc Besson and Regis Wargnier. READ MORE

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  20. Idris Elba "Too Street" to Play James Bond, 007 Author Says

    2:22 am PDT 09/01/2015
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    "Is it a question of being suave? Yeah," says Anthony Horowitz, author of the upcoming novel 'Trigger Mortis.' READ MORE

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  21. Daniel Craig: My Bond "Not As Sexist and Misogynistic” As Previous Versions

    2:11 am PDT 09/01/2015
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    Craig also said that he felt 007 was "f-cking lonely" despite the super spy's legendary prowess with women. READ MORE

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