Los Angeles and Seattle Film Festivals Set Their 2013 Lineups image

Los Angeles and Seattle Film Festivals Set Their 2013 Lineups

The Los Angeles and Seattle film festivals unveiled details of their upcoming film festivals including competition and premieres. Also in news Wednesday, Hollywood star Deanna Durbin has died; Alex Gibney will direct a Frank Sinatra doc; and the world's "smallest" movie.

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Watch:  A Conversation with Pam Grier image

Watch:  A Conversation with Pam Grier

Clips of Pam Grier recounting various experiences in her storied film career.

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Trailers: ‘Bergdorf’s,’ Benoit Jacquot, Isabelle Huppert, ‘Kells’ and Columbia Univ Film Festival image

Trailers: ‘Bergdorf’s,’ Benoit Jacquot, Isabelle Huppert, ‘Kells’ and Columbia Univ Film Festival

Anticipated doc Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf's opens this weekend and Film Comment will host a pair of Benoît Jacquot films.

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Chaplin Award Gala Photos: 2013 image

Chaplin Award Gala Photos: 2013

The 40th Chaplin Award Gala honored Barbra Streisand on April 22. Here are photos from the night...

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Godard, Greenaway, Pêra Film to Close Cannes Critics Week image

Godard, Greenaway, Pêra Film to Close Cannes Critics Week

A collection of 3D shorts will close out a Cannes sidebar on May 23rd. Also in the news today, Harrison Ford will receive a San Francisco fest honor Colin Firth eyes Woody Allen's next film; and 'Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me' heads to theaters.

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The World According to Steven: Insights from Soderbergh (with video) image

The World According to Steven: Insights from Soderbergh (with video)

On Saturday, Steven Soderbergh held Hollywood accountable (and movie audiences complicit) in hijacking cinema. Here's notes from his San Francisco speech.

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Cannes Unveils Its Classics Lineup image

Cannes Unveils Its Classics Lineup

The upcoming Cannes Film Festival unveiled its titles that will screen as part of its Cannes Classics section, including 'Cleopatra,' 'The Last Emperor' and more.

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Discover: Terence Nance Uses Art to Understand image

Discover: Terence Nance Uses Art to Understand

A visual and aural delight, Terence Nance's An Oversimplification of Her Beauty represents a bold new vision from an artist hesitant to call himself a filmmaker.

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Jim Jarmusch’s Latest Joins Cannes Competition image

Jim Jarmusch’s Latest Joins Cannes Competition

Only Lovers Left Alive will compete for the Palme d'Or and more titles were announced for Un Certain Regard and out of competition sections. Also: Zach Braff cashes in on Kickstarter; Jon Favreau returns to indie roots; Tom Hooper to head Shanghai jury; and this weekend's Specialty newcomers.

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“The Rocket” and “The Kill Team” Take Top Tribeca Prizes image

“The Rocket” and “The Kill Team” Take Top Tribeca Prizes

Australian director Kim Mordaunt's The Rocket won Best Narrative Feature on Thursday night, while U.S. filmmaker Dan Krauss' The Kill Team took Best Documentary Feature at the 12th Tribeca Film Festival.

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