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Nicolas Winding Refn Introduces ‘Texas Chain Saw Massacre,’ the 100 Best Docs on Netflix, and More

Written by on June 2, 2014 


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At NonFics, Christopher Campbell runs through the 100 most necessary documentaries streaming on Netflix.

Watch Nicolas Winding Refn introduce a Cannes screening of a restored The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. [Spilt Popcorn]

Peter Labuza interviews Phillip Lopate on the latest episode of The Cinephiliacs.

Ken Loach tells The Guardian that we should “sack the critics and get ordinary punters in. People experienced, who know life.”

The 2014 New York Asian Film Festival has announced its line-up.

Read production designer Christopher Hobbstop ten Criterion films.

Kim Ki-duk’s One On One will open the Venice Film Festival’s Venice Days on August 27th. Watch the trailer here.

Watch a trailer for Terry Gilliam‘s opera Benvenuto Cellini:

Tonight, Arclight Cinemas is hosting a Q&A with Oliver Stone after a screening of Alexander: The Ultimate Cut.

Entertainment One is acquiring Phase 4 Films, THR reports.

Shailene Woodley and Brie Larson are profiled at Vulture.

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