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The Criterion Collection announces October Blu-ray releases

17 July 2015 8:00 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Blu-ray distributors The Criterion Collection have announced its line-up for its October releases, which once again include some of cinema’s finest actors, directors and creators. David Lynch’s Mulholland Drive, Gus Van Sant’s My Own Private Idaho and David Cronenberg’s The Brood are amongst the latest list of films to get the Criterion touch.

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My Own Private Idaho

River Phoenix and Keanu Reeves star in this haunting tale from Gus Van Sant, about two young street hustlers: Mike Waters, a sensitive narco­leptic who dreams of the mother who abandoned him, and Scott Favor, the wayward son of the mayor of Portland and the object of Mike’s desire. Navigating a volatile world of junkies, thieves, and johns, Mike takes Scott on a quest along the grungy streets and open highways of the Pacific Northwest, in search »

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Daily | Cannes 2015 | The First L’Oeil d’Or

23 May 2015 8:43 AM, PDT | Keyframe | See recent Keyframe news »

Marcia Tambutti Allende's Beyond My Grandfather Allende has won "Cannes’ first L’Oeil d’Or, awarded to its best documentary," reports Variety's John Hopewell. This first feature "portrays her grandfather, Chilean president Salvador Allende, not as a political icon but in personal terms, as a family man, with his friends, on holiday." Stig Bjorkman’s Ingrid Bergman, in Her Own Words, screening in Cannes Classics, has earned a mention. The Hollywood Reporter's Deborah Young calls it "celebratory and revelatory, making extensive use of Ingrid Bergman’s own diaries, personal pictures, home movies, and family members." » - David Hudson »

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Daily | Cannes 2015 | Tarzan and Arab Nasser’s DÉGRADÉ

21 May 2015 10:58 AM, PDT | Keyframe | See recent Keyframe news »

"Although it was shot in Jordan," writes Ben Kenigsberg at, Tarzan Nasser and Arab Nasser's Dégradé "is a rare film to depict life in the Gaza Strip. What's more, the movie trains its lens on women's lives, in a part of the world that is often represented in the news through masculinized images of violence." Reviews are mixed. "What a fine actress like Hiam Abbass is doing here is a mystery, but not as great as how the film earned a slot in Cannes’ prestigious Critics Week," writes Deborah Young in the Hollywood Reporter. We have more and a clip. » - David Hudson »

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