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    Film Fest 919 Review: ‘Sorry We Missed You’ Has No Hope

    Film Fest 919: What’s the difference between Ken Loach and Bruce Springsteen? Both are poets of the working class, albeit on different continents, but only the latter sees hope in their plights. Loach’s latest movie, “Sorry We Missed You,” playing down in Chapel Hill at Film Fest 919, lacks anything resembling that. The filmmaker wants […] More

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    TIFF 2019: ‘The Aeronauts,’ ‘The Burnt Orange Heresy,’ ‘Lucy in the Sky’ Added to Festival Lineup

    The Toronto International Film Festival has added more selections to the Galas, Special Presentations, Masters and Contemporary World Cinema slates. The festival unveiled the additions Tuesday morning, which include a roster of more high-profile features to the schedule. This includes Tom Harper’s period drama “The Aeronauts,” starring Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones. The […] More

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    Cannes: Terrence Malick, Xavier Dolan, and More Expected to Return to the Festival

    As reported in a Variety exclusive, many projects from returning filmmakers are expected to appear in the Cannes Film Festival lineup, which announces Thursday. Among those are films by Xavier Dolan, Pedro Almodvar, Terrence Malick, Bong Joon-Ho and Ken Loach.  From the Variety exclusive: Dolan’s “Matthias & Maxime” (in which he stars), Almodovar’s self-reflective “Pain […] More