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Shotgun Cinema returns with The Gleaners and I
Shotgun Cinema continues its monthly series of independent and repertory films at the Marigny Opera House on Wednesday, March 12 at 7:00 p.m. with French filmmaker Agnes
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Ending the Resource Curse
SWFs can ring-fence revenues from political interference through adherence to international conventions such as the Santiago Principles, a set of 24 accounting and investment guidelines emphasising...
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France Knows How to Give Out Movie Awards
In other words, the awards seem a little superfluous in a place that offers movie prizes on the model of book awards. The Louis Delluc Prize, for the best film of the year, is named after a crucial...
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Jacques Demy rides a new wave of interest all the...
Jacques Demy rides a new wave of interest all the way to Cork The director is enjoying a comeback as an icon of French New Wave cinema, having fallen out of fashion by the time of his death in...
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The Umbrellas of Cherbourg
Young adults stay in the nest longer – study
Individuals hoping to move out unsurprisingly talked to their friends who had already made the big move about going it alone and whether it is a good idea. London - Leaving home has always been an...
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First Plates 2014 - Downtown
Downtown restaurants are a varied lot. It used to be that Downtown was where you went to eat someplace special. That was back when it was a no-man's-land of empty warehouses, hotels, and Sixth Street...
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DVD of the Week: 'The Beaches of Agnes'
DVD of the Week: “The Beaches of Agnès” Many of the great directors from the very start of film—such as Charlie Chaplin and Erich von Stroheim—also star in their own movies, but the overt arts of...
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