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Elliott Gould, Maverick Spirit winner, translated a dancer's ease into memorable screen characters.

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‘Girl’ Talk

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Director Nate Taylor has made one of Cinequest's most startling, genre twisting films. Now, how to sell it?

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Teheran Confidential

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Hossein Keshavarz wants his movie 'Dog Sweat' to show the way people really live in Iran

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French Fangs

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The Cinema of Jean Rollin on DVD

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Chico & Rita

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A pianist and a beautiful singer make a fateful journey from Cuba to New York in animated Chico & Rita.

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The new film 'The Secret World of Arrietty' is a Japanese animated version of the children's tale 'The Borrowers'.

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Oscar Nominated Shorts

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For the Oscar-betting pool on Animated Short Subjects: note that the big nominations went to retro films (Hugo, The Artist and so on). Thus Moonbat Studios, creators of "The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore," should be clearing some mantelpiece space.

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Albert Nobbs

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Based on a George Moore novella, Albert Nobbs, starring Glenn Close, has some plusses. It's plausible-ultimately, it's a story of the kind of thing that used to happen all the time

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Cinequest Preview

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Cinequest announces this year's slate of features, documentaries, shorts, panels and Mavericks coming to San Jose.

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She’s Leaving Home

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In the Iranian feature A Separation, a knockout follows a spiral of lies in the wake of a split-up

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Down, Big Fella

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Liam Neeson is stranded in snow country in 'The Grey.'

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Winging It

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The heroism of the Tuskegee Airmen will never be forgot. Red Tails, however forget about it.

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A Kid’s 9/11

Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close turns a national tragedy into a children’s pop-up story.

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Stand Down, Meryl

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The new Meryl Streep film The Iron Lady fails even as a handkerchief-soaker for an audience of wonks from the Hoover Institute

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Roman Woolf

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A quartet of nasty bourgeois, played by four top-drawer actors with crack timing, make Roman Polanski’s Carnage a civilized entertainment

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Not so Holly Jolie

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Director/writer Angelina Jolie strives hard for In the Land of Blood and Honey, but art is not for strivers

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Tricky Nick

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Xavier Durringer’s The Conquest reiterates de Gaulle’s idea that France is ungovernable—much like our own state of California. Snobbery may be the reason why this mordant film has it in for its protagonist. President Nicolas Sarkozy (Denis Podalydès) is known, as if he were a lost Marx brother, as “Sarko.”

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Spy vs. Spy

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Gary Oldman’s George Smiley hunts for moles in a chilly adaptation of 'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy'

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Cold Case

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David Fincher lays on the visual style in his adaptation of Stieg Larsson's 'The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo'

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The Year in Film

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A look at the best cinematic offerings and trends of 2011

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