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Watch Daryl Braithwaite Sing ‘The Horses’ With Guy Sebastian & Vera Blue At The ARIAs

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Belle And Sebastian Announce 2018 Australian Tour

NewsWritten by Emmy Mack on November 28, 2017 Belle And Sebastian are coming back down under for their first Aussie tour since 2015! The Scottish indie royals have announced a handful of Australian tour dates for May 2018, hitting venues in Perth, Melbourne, Sydney & Brisbane. “We are delighted to be coming back to Australia in 2018, with some new ...

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First Look: ‘Dunkirk’ Star Fionn Whitehead in Sebastian Schipper’s ‘Caravan’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Variety has been given exclusive access to the first image from the set of Sebastian Schipper’s English-language directorial debut “Caravan.” The film, which stars “Dunkirk’s” Fionn Whitehead, is the follow-up to the director’s Berlinale Silver Bear winner “Victoria.” HanWay Films is handling worldwide sales on “Caravan,” which wrapped Oct. 31. Studiocanal will release the film in Germany and Rezo Films ...

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San Sebastian Film Review: ‘Killing Jesús’

The seductive lure of vengeance, and its ultimate emptiness, are such well-worn cinematic staples that even an authentic sense of place and a very personal story from Argentinian director Laura Mora cannot quite overcome the familiarity of her heartfelt but hesitant sophomore feature, “Killing Jesús.” Yet this low-key morality fable, built out of the tragedy that was the murder of ...

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San Sebastián: Glenn Close Discusses ‘The Wife,’ Finding Inspiration, How to Celebrate Award Wins

SAN SEBASTIAN — There are few careers that boast the diversity and longevity of that of Glenn Close. There is neither medium nor genre that the actress has not worked in on some level. Typically recognized for her dramatic roles, think “Fatal Attraction,” Close has appeared in comedies: “The Stepford Wives,” “Louie,” animation: “Family Guy,” and “Tarza,” and big budget ...

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San Sebastian Film Review: ‘A Fish Out of Water’

It’s one thing for your Uncle Boonmee to recall his past lives; when your kindergarten-age child starts doing it, however, it’s cause for active concern. Yet a serene, zen-like aversion to explanation is ultimately the making of “A Fish Out of Water,” a beguiling domestic fable in which real-world family strife is further complicated — but potentially healed — by ...

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San Sebastián: Aitor Arregi, Jon Garaño Discuss Basque Period-Drama ‘Giant’

SAN SEBASTIAN — San Sebastián has long been one of Europe’s largest and most prestigious festivals for films from all over the world. Countless countries have brought films to the Bay of Biscay’s shores, but it’s always a unique treat when something truly home-grown screens. This year, local boys Aitor Arregi and Jon Garaño are world-premiering their Basque-based period drama, ...

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