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Movies This Week: January 3-9, 2014

The new year may be here, but new movies are not. January is typically a dead zone for anything other than big studios burying genre pictures while rolling out potential Oscar nominees across the country. This weekend, there is only one new release and it's pretty strictly for horror fans. Everybody else should look into the amazing specialty screenings we've got on hand over the next week and maybe make a run to Vulcan Video or I Luv Video to ease into 2014 from the comfort of your couch. 

You don't want to stay at home all weekend, because then you'd miss some very special local bookings. The Austin Film Society is launching a "Godard vs. Truffaut" series with Godard's Breathless (pictured at top) this weekend at the Marchesa. It screens in 35mm tonight and again on Sunday afternoon. I don't know why you'd want to take sides in this battle,
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Kino sold on 'Death,' 'Day'

Kino sold on 'Death,' 'Day'
Kino International has acquired North American rights to Karen Shakhnazarov's The Rider Named Death and Volker Schlondorff's The Ninth Day. Death tells the story of Boris Savinkov, a leader of the terrorist faction of Russia's Socialist-Revolutionary Party and an active participant in the killing of Russian governors and ministers in pre-Soviet Russia. It is set to open in New York in April. Day is loosely based on a prison diary by Luxembourgian priest Jean Bernard recounting his experiences during the Nazi era.

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