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  1. Oscars: France Selects 'Saint Laurent' for Foreign-Language Category

    12:48 am 9/22/2014

    Bertrand Bonello's story of the late fashion designer premiered at CannesRead more

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  2. Oscars: Belgium Picks 'Two Days, One Night' for Foreign-Language Category

    6:36 am 9/19/2014

    The workplace drama from directing duo Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardenne stars French actress Marion CotillardRead more

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  3. Cannes Screenplay Winner 'Leviathan' Gets Russian Release

    4:37 am 9/17/2014

    Andrey Zvyagintsev’s drama has been called a veiled attack on Vladimir Putin’s Russia Read more

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  4. Toronto: Universal Pictures International Takes Mads Mikkelsen Western 'The Salvation'

    7:37 am 9/10/2014

    UPIE will release Kristian Levring's feature, co-starring Eva Green, across Latin America, Eastern Europe and South AfricaRead more

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  5. Oscars: Sweden Picks 'Force Majeure' for Best Foreign-Language Film Candidate

    9:14 am 9/1/2014

    In Ruben Ostlund's drama, an avalanche wreaks havoc on a Swedish familyRead more

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  6. Oscars: Cannes Winner 'White God' is Hungary's Best Foreign Film Entry

    6:46 am 8/6/2014

    Kornel Mundruczo's film about mongrels dumped on the street won Un Certain Regard at the French festival earlier this year.Read more

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  7. German Director Fatih Akin Wins Hamburg Film Festival's Douglas Sirk Award

    5:26 am 7/29/2014

    Akin will premiere his new film, "The Cut," at the Venice Film Festival.Read more

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  8. 'Girlhood,' 'Ida,' 'Class Enemy' Nominees for European Parliament's LUX Prize 2014

    9:26 am 7/28/2014

    The three European dramas will compete for the cinema honor, voted on by members of the European Parliament. Read more

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  9. British Dramedy 'Pride' Finds U.S. Home With CBS Films

    12:46 pm 7/10/2014

    The movie, which premiered at this year's Cannes Film Festival, tells the real-life story of gay activists who teamed up with striking miners in the mid-1980s.Read more

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  10. Cannes Winner 'Leviathan' Granted Exhibition License in Russia

    7:01 am 7/8/2014

    The film's prospects at home were uncertain in light of a new law banning bad language onscreen.Read more

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