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"Carlos," Tribeca, Filmmaker, More

20 April 2010 1:44 PM, PDT | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

The Cannes Film Festival has announced that Olivier Assayas's Carlos will be presented Out of Competition, while Carlos Diegues's 5x Favela joins the lineup of this year's edition in the Special Screening section. You'll find info for both films on the updated Cannes lineup entry.

Semaine de la Critique, or Critics' Week, experienced a leak today, but the official announcement of the lineup is due shortly; Quinzaine des réalisateurs — Directors' Fortnight — announces tomorrow.

Other Fests

The Tribeca Film Festival opens on Wednesday, but here at The Auteurs, we've already begun showing highlights from past editions — for free in most territories. We're beginning with Vers Mathilde, a documentary on France's foremost contemporary choreographer by Claire Denis; My Marlon and Brando, for which director Huseyin Karabey won Tribeca's Best New Narrative Filmmaker award; 4, Ilya Khrjanovsky's Tiger Award-winning debut film; and Matthias Glasner's hard-hitting The Free Will, for which »

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Watch Tff Alumni Films Free on The Auteurs

20 April 2010 3:00 AM, PDT | TribecaFilm.com | See recent Tribeca Film news »

The Auteurs, the fastest growing online destination for lovers of independent, foreign, and classic film, will be celebrating the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival by showing online and for free some of its favorite films from past Festivals! The online series features: Vers Mathilde A documentary on France's foremost contemporary choreographer by art-house favorite Claire Denis (Beau travail, 35 Shots of Rhum) My Marlon and Brando For which director Huseyin Karabey won Tribeca's Best New Narrative Filmmaker award 4 Ilya Khrjanovsky's Tiger Award-winning debut film and wildly audacious vision of contemporary Russia Free Will Matthias Glasner's searing, controversial drama, which garnered Berlinale's Silver Bear More films will be added to the series soon, and all will be shown on The Auteurs for free for audiences in the U.S. from 19 April - 2 May, 2010. »

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