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Los Angeles Premiere Of 'Mistress America'

Miranda July - Los Angeles premiere of 'Mistress America' during the 2015 Sundance NEXT FEST held at Ace Hotel - Arrivals - Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 7th August 2015

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Greta Gerwig and Miranda July
Greta Gerwig and Miranda July

2011 MOCA Gala: 'An Artist's Life Manifesto' Directed By Marina Abramovic At MOCA Grand Avenue - Arrivals

Miranda July Saturday 12th November 2011 2011 MOCA Gala: 'An Artist's Life Manifesto' directed by Marina Abramovic at MOCA Grand Avenue - Arrivals Los Angeles, California

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The Future Trailer


Sophie and Jason have been in a relationship for many years, but unlike their peers they have no kids and in many ways they both feel like their lives haven't progressed. When they decide to adopt, Paw Paw, a cat which has been seriously injured, the couple see it as a positive move in their life together.

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Premiere Of 'Atonement' Held At The Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences - Arrivals

Miranda July Thursday 6th December 2007 Premiere of 'Atonement' held at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences - Arrivals Beverly Hills, California

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Argentinean Movie Takes Top Honour At Stockholm Film Festival


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Argentinean film-maker JUAN DIEGO SOLANAS has won the coveted Bronze Horse trophy at the 16th Stockholm International Film Festival for his movie NORDESTE (NORTH-EAST).

The 39-year-old director's controversial movie about child trafficking was one of 18 films nominated for the top award at the Swedish event.

Former Bond girl Carole Bouquet was named Best Actress for her performance in Nordeste, an award she shared with her co-star AYMARA ROVERA.

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Me And You And Everyone We Know Review


Extraordinary
Don't let Miranda July's background as a performance artist scare you away from her first feature, the offbeat, totally winning Me and You and Everyone We Know. July, who also stars in the film, combines a twisted indie sensibility with honesty and warmth, creating a movie of surprising accessibility. As the "independent" genre becomes increasingly forced, Miranda July's greatest accomplishment is that this all feels so effortless.

Making up the odd little microcosm of Me and You (recently chosen for competition at Cannes) are characters ranging in size, color, age and desires. Christine (July), a woman who chauffeurs the elderly around in her car, longs for two things: her own art installation and the affections of a scruffy shoe salesman named Richard (John Hawkes, of HBO's Deadwood). Richard is nursing a broken heart and a bit of self-flagellation since separating with his wife and moving his mixed race sons (Miles Thompson and amazing six-year-old Brandon Ratcliff) into a tiny apartment.

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The Center Of The World Review


Excellent
At a time when filmed eroticism between intelligent, complex adults is at something of a nadir, Wayne Wang comes along with the sexiest film in quite some time. The Center of the World deals with themes of loneliness and sexuality, and how the two are (or are not) intertwined.

Peter Sarsgaard plays Richard, a typical (almost stereotypical) techo-geek who made a million dollars the year prior and is about to make a lot more through an IPO. We are introduced to him and Florence (Molly Parker) as they check into a hotel suite in Las Vegas. Through a series of flashbacks, we learn that Richard recently met Florence, a freckled stunner, at the strip club where she works. Within five minutes, Wang sets the film's tone by having Parker perform an act that eliminates any chance for an R rating -- a shocking act for a lead actress in a mainstream film, and one that suggests that freedom of sexuality is a major issue here (and that Parker is an actress with few boundaries).

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Terrence Howard 'Most Valuable Player Of The Summer'


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Terrence Howard has beat out a host of Hollywood stars to be named the Most Valuable Player of the Summer.

With critically-acclaimed turns in CRASH and HUSTLE + FLOW, as well as supporting role in Mark Wahlberg's new movie Four Brothers, the actor has garnered more than attention this year (05), than ever before.

And his efforts have placed him ahead of such established stars as Julia Roberts, Matt Dillon and Angelina Jolie in the list, compiled by Entertainment Weekly.

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Me & You & Everyone We Know Review


Good
It probably helps a great deal that the wispy, flower-likeMiranda July appears in her own film, as her adorable, blue-eyed presencewarms what would have been a cold, quirky, Todd Solondz-like experiencein "Me and You and Everyone We Know."

Like a mini-"Short Cuts," the story follows severallost and lonely characters as they cross paths in funny, sad and sometimesdisturbing ways. A six year-old boy chats on an internet sex site, a manlights his hand on fire and a woman practically throws herself at him,not comprehending how dangerous or unhinged he may be. Yet none of thissets off any alarm bells, thanks to July's wide-eyed dreaminess and eternalhope.

A former performance artist and video maker, her featuredebut plays both with memorable visuals and lovingly written words. Fromthe opening sequence -- in which she records two voices for a potentialvideo art piece -- she raises our hopes and manages to keep them there.

July plays Christine, a video artist who falls for Richard(John Hawkes), a newly divorced father of two boys, one a teenager andthe other only six. Christine also drives an Elder Cab and becomes involvedwith some of her aged clients. Otherwise, we meet a couple of teenage girlsexperimenting with sex, Richard's African-American ex-wife, who alreadyhas a new boyfriend, and a lonely art museum curator.

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Chance The Rapper's 'Coloring Book' Enters Billboard Chart On Streaming Alone

Chance The Rapper's 'Coloring Book' Enters Billboard Chart On Streaming Alone

The album is the first in history to chart without selling a single copy.

Idina Menzel Responds To 'Give Elsa A Girlfriend' Viral Campaign

Idina Menzel Responds To 'Give Elsa A Girlfriend' Viral Campaign

Earlier this month a twitter campaign asking Disney to make Elsa their first LGBT princess in the ‘Frozen’ sequel went viral.

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The Future Trailer

The Future Trailer

Sophie and Jason have been in a relationship for many years, but unlike their peers...

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The Center of the World Movie Review

The Center of the World Movie Review

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Me & You & Everyone We Know Movie Review

Me & You & Everyone We Know Movie Review

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