Woody Allen Speaks About Owen Wilson, Elaine's and the Meaning of Life
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Woody Allen Speaks About Owen Wilson, Elaine's and the Meaning of Life

I really enjoyed Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris.  It, along with The Artist, and Tree…

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Watch Cannes Critics Week films for free on MUBI
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Watch Cannes Critics Week films for free on MUBI

MUBI is showcasing dozens of features and short films through June 30. The selected movies…

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Terrence Malick pops in at The Tree of Life premiere
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Terrence Malick pops in at The Tree of Life premiere

(View full-size on the Flickr stream of the photographer, colonelchi. Enlargement after the cut) Photographic…

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Oscar Check – Cannes, 2011
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Oscar Check – Cannes, 2011

Oscilloscope picks up We Need to Talk About Kevin
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Oscilloscope picks up We Need to Talk About Kevin

Oscilloscope Laboratories has picked up distribution rights to Lynn Ramsey’s We Need to Talk About…

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The Tree Of Life set for wide release July 8th
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The Tree Of Life set for wide release July 8th

Lucky residents of New York and Los Angeles will be able to see Terrence Malick’s…

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Kirsten Dunst successfully runs another gauntlet
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Kirsten Dunst successfully runs another gauntlet

Réaction de Jean Dujardin suite Prix… euh, après la coupe… (thanks phantom)

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Malick's The Tree of Life wins Palme d'Or in Cannes
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Malick's The Tree of Life wins Palme d'Or in Cannes

Palme d’Or: The Tree of Life (Terrence Malick) Grand Prix (a tie): Le Gaumin au…

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Terrence Malick favored to win the Palme d’Or?
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Terrence Malick favored to win the Palme d’Or?

The Guardian‘s Vanessa Thorpe says some believe Cannes has been desperate to give Terrence Malick…

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Cannes 2011: Drive, clip & reviews
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Cannes 2011: Drive, clip & reviews

Xan Brooks, Guardian The mile-o-meter is ticking all the way back to the 1980s on…

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