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  1. Art-House Pioneer Fortissimo Films Files for Voluntary Bankruptcy

    11:32 am PDT 08/17/2016
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    The European-Asian sales agent worked with U.S. auteurs such as Jim Jarmusch, John Cameron Mitchell and Hal Hartley and brought talents such as Wong Kar Wai and Tsui Hark to global audiences. READ MORE

  2. Greg Kinnear, Jennifer Ehle Headlining New Ira Sachs Film

    3:39 pm PDT 07/24/2015
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    The untitled project will also star Paulina Garcia and Alfred Molina. READ MORE

  3. Oscars: 44 Movies Vying for Best Picture, From Clint Eastwood's 'American Sniper' to Reese Witherspoon's 'Wild'

    10:00 am PST 11/06/2014
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    From a 6-year-old's daydreams (where 'Boyhood' starts) to the farthest reaches of outer space (which is where 'Interstellar' goes), no clear front-runner has materialized among the season's movies, with plenty of nail-biting to come as some of the biggest competitors hit at the holidays READ MORE

  4. Specialty Box Office: Gay Marriage Drama 'Love Is Strange' Opens Strong

    12:23 pm PDT 08/24/2014
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    On the eve of the Emmys, films from Matthew Weiner and his 'Mad Men' star Elisabeth Moss also launch in select theaters READ MORE

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  5. In Theaters This Weekend: Reviews of 'If I Stay,' 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' and More

    6:00 am PDT 08/22/2014
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    And see what THR's critics are saying about the Bruce Willis-John Cusack actioner "The Prince" and the football drama "When the Game Stands Tall" READ MORE

  6. 'Love is Strange' Trailer

    3:52 pm PDT 08/19/2014
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    Newlyweds Ben (John Lithgow) and George (Alfred Molina) are forced to live with relatives after George is fired from his teaching job READ MORE

  7. 'Love Is Strange': John Lithgow, Marisa Tomei Celebrate Closeness in NYC

    6:38 am PDT 08/19/2014
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    Alfred Molina, Parker Posey, Brian d'Arcy James and Ralph Macchio also stepped out for the Cinema Society and Grey Goose-presented screening of Ira Sachs' romantic drama at the Tribeca Grand Hotel. READ MORE