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Cannes Film Review: 'Based on a True Story'

It’s hard to talk about Roman Polanski’s “Based on a True Story” without revealing the twist, although it’s much harder trying to imagine anyone actually falling for it. 1,019 more words

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Cannes: Roman Polanski Says Theaters and Netflix Are Bound to Co-Exist

Polish-French director Roman Polanski said Saturday that Netflix and other digital services “don’t pose a basic threat” to moviegoing.

“People want to go to the movies not because of better sound, projection, or seats, but because they want to participate in an experience with an audience around. 560 more words

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Roman Polanski On Netflix Impact On Moviegoing: "I Don't Think It's A Basic Threat For Cinema" - Cannes

While Roman Polanski’s legal crusade to return to the United States wasn’t addressed today at the press conference for his Cannes Film Festival title Based on a True Story, 533 more words

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Roman Polanski Joins Leading Polish Filmmakers at Cannes Celebration

The Polish Film Institute and the Polish Filmmakers Assn. hosted a party, titled Polish Cinema Opening Night, at the Cannes Film Festival this week to celebrate the achievements of Polish cinema. 191 more words

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THE 10 FILMS THAT WILL MAKE A BIG BANG AT CANNES 2017

Here are 10 films that will mark you for life sort of speak. 

L’amant double  (The double lover) that is the transition but the English title might be something else A film by the great François Ozon with Jacqueline Bisset, Myriam Boyer, Jérémie Renier. 562 more words

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Chelsea Manning Is Free–but Whistleblowers Still Face Prison

 So as Manning walks free after seven years and 120 days (or “just seven years,” as USA Today had it—5/17/17), some of it in… 459 more words

Constitutional Rights

Moving pictures 2017, #26

Another six films and another six countries. Sadly, one of them is the US, and it wasn’t a film I would have watched otherwise – but it was on the 1001 Movies You Must See Before you Die list, although I’ve no idea why… 1,547 more words

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