'Camion'
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Review: ‘Camion’

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Two adult brothers help their widower father move on after a tragic work-related accident, and in the process find new directions for their own lives in poignant, low-key drama "Camion."

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'The Door'
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Review: ‘The Door’

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Though it's refreshing to see a prestige picture pass the Bechdel test with flying colors -- hell, this movie basically consists of two women talking about everything but men -- vet Magyar director…

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Review: ‘Betting the Farm’

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A collective of Maine dairymen form a start-up to get their milk into local shops, but find peace and prosperity elusive in lyrically rendered agribusiness docu "Betting the Farm."

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Review: ‘Drunkboat’

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Shot in 2005, "Drunkboat" is based on a play from 1985, though it might as well have been 1965 -- when its particular funny-sad theatrical contrivances might've seemed fresh.

Costume designer Martin Pakledinaz dies

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Veteran Broadway costume designer Martin Pakledinaz, who won Tonys for his work in the 1999 revival of "Kiss Me, Kate" and another for 2002 musical "Thoroughly Modern Millie," died Sunday morning…

Personal manager Sandy Littman dies

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Personal manager Sandy Littman, who represented Anthony Hopkins, among other notable artists, during his long career, died in Los Angeles on July 5 after a long battle with diabetes. He was 70.

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