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Jacquot brings “Diary” to screen

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Following in the footsteps of Luis Bunuel and Jean Renoir, French vet helmer Benoit Jacquot, who's latest film "Farewell, My Queen" is nominated for 10 Cesar film awards in France, is set to helm…

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Carmen picks up ‘Gang’

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Adding to its trove of mainstream Spanish movies — “Unit 7,” “I Want You,” “Three Steps Above Heaven” — Russia’s Carmen Films has moved to buy Fernando Colomo’s period comedy “Picasso’s Gang” from…

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U.S. on the ‘Job’

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Cinedigm has picked up North American rights to Frank Harper's crime thriller "Berlin Job" for digital platforms, DVD and VOD.

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Review: ‘Beijing Flickers’

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Zhang Yuan tempers his bleak outlook with resilient dry humor that makes his memorable characters' struggles for survival surprisingly enjoyable, and could snag the film an arthouse release.

Al Jazeera timeline

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Al Jazeera aims to change U.S. minds NOV. 1, 1996: Al Jazeera debuts, airing six hours a day out of Doha, Qatar. The station is born after the Emir of Qatar, Sheik Hamad bin Khalifa al- Thani…

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Review: ‘Fatal Assistance’

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This powerful docu about post-earthquake Haiti shines a damning light on the damage done by international aid agencies whose well-meaning but ignorant assumptions turned a nightmare into an…

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