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Cannes Diary: The 12 Movies Insiders are Buzzing About

Celebrity worship gone criminal, Jean-Luc Godard does 3D, and "the gayest movie ever to play in Cannes." These and more make our list of 12 films not to be missed at the 66th Cannes Film Festival!

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True, False and Everything in Between

The True/False Film Festival in Columbia, MO has become a major stop for the documentary community and prides itself on blurring the lines between nonfiction and fiction filmmaking, with a healthy dose of fun thrown in to boot.

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Juliette Binoche and Jafar Panahi Break Out in Berlin

Mid-week at the Berlinale, dissident Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi defied his 20-year filmmaking ban (again) with the premiere of Closed Curtain, while French actress Juliette Binoche battled an incarceration of her own as persecuted sculptress Camille Claudel.

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Festival Diary: “Before Midnight” After Sundance

Three weeks after its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, the latest from Richard Linklater, Julie Delpy, and Ethan Hawke delighted audiences in Berlin, while competition dramas Layla Fourie and A Child's Pose explored the fallout of hit and runs.

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Festival Diary: “Gloria” In Excelsis Deo

France's The Nun and Chile's Gloria won praise in Berlin on Sunday, while footage from Lars von Trier's Nymphomaniac was screened for a select crowd of buyers and Canada's Vic + Flo ont vu un ours took its bow as the country held its annual party at its embassy.

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Festival Diary: The Shot Heard Round Berlin

Friday's screening of David M. Rosenthal's A Single Shot had Berlinale insiders buzzing, while Saturday's premieres included two European standouts that took inspiration (of sorts) from American Westerns: Boris Khlebnikov's A Long Happy Life and Thomas Arslan's Gold starring Nina Hoss.

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Festival Diary: Fracking, Porn, and Teen Diet Camps Hit Berlin

Joseph Gordon Levitt charmed audiences with his directorial debut Don Jon's Addiction starring Scarlett Johansson, while non-stars and improvisation ruled the day in Austrian director Ulrich Seidl's trilogy finale Paradise: Hope at the Berlinale on Friday.

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Festival Diary: Wong Kar-Wai Unleashes “The Grandmaster” in Berlin image

Festival Diary: Wong Kar-Wai Unleashes “The Grandmaster” in Berlin

The director discussed his highly anticipated new kung fu film, which will open the 63rd Berlin International Film Festival tonight, at a press conference alongside stars Tony Leung and Zhang Ziyi. Wong is also serving as the jury president at this year's festival.

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Spielberg Surprises Fest With “Lincoln” Sneak

For the first time, Steven Spielberg took the stage at the New York Film Festival with a work-in-progress screening of his topical and political melodrama Lincoln starring Daniel Day-Lewis.

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NYFF Diary: Faith in Focus as Festival Opens

The New York Film Festival Opening Night offered a homecoming for a local filmmaker, a debut for a striking new actor, and a final go-round for a festival head.

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