The Wife, We the Animals, Where Hands Touch along with Worst Oscar Snubs

On this week's episode we take a look at three new films: The Wife, We the Animals and Where Hands Touch. In Art House News this week: Why TIFF is Great for Art House Business - Since 2010, the Audience Award Winners coming out of Toronto have been; The King’s Speech, Silver Linings Playbook, 12 Years a Slave, The Imitation Game, Room, La La Land and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri.  So we’ll pay attention to all the buzz and awards…so check back next week for more.   For now, we check in on Fahrenheit 11/9 (opening next week) and TV Shows premiering at a film festival. Box Office Hits (on the Art House Circuit) - Why you don’t see that hit festival film the same time film geeks in NYC are able to.  It’s not us, we swear.  We use the release of Sony Pictures Classics The Wife as an example of how to perfectly build critical buzz and audience interest in a film, while taking their sweet time getting the film to us in Cleveland. Also on this episode: Cedar Lee 3 - our list of films you should be seeing this week was inspired by Glenn Close and her powerful performance in The Wife.  She’s been nominated for an Oscar 6 times (hope, hope #7 on the way), but has never won.  So, we list our Top 3 Oscar Snubs.  Share your most egregious Oscar snubbed film, technician or performer with us @CedarLeeTheatre #CedarLee3 Show segements: Intro - 00:00 - 00:48 Last Seen - 00:50 - 3:37 Cedar Lee Buzz - 03:38 - 06:10 Art House News: 06:11 - 16:36 New Films - 17:34 - 24:57 Cedar Lee 3 - 25:04 - 36:38 Special Events - 36:40 - 31:53 

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