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Mill Valley Film Fest Set to Debut ‘A Light Beneath Their Feet’ with Taryn Manning, ‘Angelica’ with Jena Malone

SAN RAFAEL, Calif. (August 25, 2015) –The California Film Institute is delighted to announce the World Premiere of A Light Beneath Their Feet and US Premiere of Angelica at the 38th Mill Valley Film Festival. The films will debut on Saturday, October 10 at the CinéArts Sequoia in Mill Valley, each followed by a live on-stage conversation: A Light Beneath Their ...

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Our Brand Is Crisis and The Danish Girl Land Top Slots at TIFF

  Sometimes timing is everything. If you look at past schedules for the Toronto International Film Festival you’ll notice a few things; which films get multiple showings and when and where they show can be the right jumping off point for Oscar talk and TIFF’s most valuable player, their People’s Choice Award. Last year The Weinstein Company‘s The Imitation Game won ...

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“In Conversation with…” at TIFF to feature Julianne Moore, Sarah Silverman, Salma Hayek, Matthew Weiner

  Formerly the Mavericks, the inaugural year of the Toronto International Film Festival’s new series In Conversation reveals chats with Oscar winner Julianne Moore, Oscar nominee Salma Hayek, Emmy winner Matthew Weiner and comedian and indie darling this year, Sarah Silverman. “Our In Conversation With… events always offer something unexpected. Whether it’s a personal anecdote, a surprising fact, or an ...

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Mill Valley Film Festival to Spotlight Sarah Silverman in ‘I Smile Back’

  The California Film Institute, which runs the Mill Valley Film Festival has announced it will fete comedian Sarah Silverman for her breakthrough, tour-de-force performance in I Smile Back. Along with a screening of her film she will participate in an on-stage conversation and receive the MVFF Spotlight Award. The film, which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival this year and ...

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‘Carol’ Adds Another Festival to its List: Mill Valley

  Although the announcement of the full schedule for the 38th Mill Valley Film Festival won’t be revealed until mid-September, more early confirmations on the upcoming slate are here, after the recent reveal of the Local Filmmakers and Documentaries lineup. Todd Haynes’s Cannes-winning Carol will screen, following its appearances at New York and ahead of its showing at the Chicago International Film Festival. ...

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