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Pedro Almodovar, Paulo Sorrentino, and Xavier Dolan remade Employees Leaving the Lumière Factory this weekend, Variety reports.

AFI Fest have added The Homesman (review), Mr. Turner (review), Still Alice (review), Mommy (review), Two Days, One Night (review), Clouds of Sils Maria (review) and more, Screen Daily reports.

Watch Volker Schlöndorff tour The Criterion Collection closet:

Leviathan (review) and The Tribe (review) lead the 2014 award winners at BFI’s London Film Festival.

At Deadline, Alamo Drafthouse CEO Tim League discusses film vs. digital and inspiring theatergoers:

I ask all cinema owners, what is our relationship to filmmakers? I consider myself a venue in service of the creative visionaries who create the stories and experiences for which we charge. If Christopher Nolan prefers for his movie to be projected from 35mm or 70mm prints, then we as an industry should respect his vision and do our best to support it. He is seeing an industry that has all but abandoned the rich history and tradition of film projection and is using this highly anticipated release to stop the rapid erosion of film projection in cinemas.

We should be finding ways to inspire a young generation to fall in love with going to the cinema just like Tarantino, Nolan and many of us theater owners did when we were kids. I want a younger generation to love classic films, to appreciate the shared experience, and to have a passion for film history. The only way we can do that is to ensure that 35mm never dies. I enthusiastically “step back in time” at the cinema and encourage everyone else to do the same.

Corneliu Porumboiu (When Evening Falls on Bucharest or Metabolism) has begun shooting his latest film The Treasure, Cineuropa reports.

Watch Baz Luhrmann‘s latest project, a short film for Chanel No. 5:

Lionsgate and Tribeca Film are launching a SVOD service titled Tribeca List next year.

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