‘Colette’ and ‘The Sisters Brothers’ Reignite Indie Box Office

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Keira Knightley’s ‘Colette’ Robust in Start; ‘The Sisters Brothers’ Solid; ‘Ya Veremos’ Crosses $4M – Specialty Box Office

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Starry ‘Colette’ and ‘The Sisters Brothers’ Ignite Fall Specialty Box Office

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‘Colette’ Costumes Were Driven by an Obsession Over Details

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Keira Knightley And Wash Westmoreland On ‘Colette’: “She’s A Singular Being” – Toronto Studio

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‘Colette’ Director Says History’s Queer People Have ‘Relevance’: ‘This Is Their Story’

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Keira Knightley Would Love to Play Florence Nightingale

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‘Colette’ Trailer: Keira Knightley Fights For Ownership Of Her Writing As Feminist French Writer In Sundance Film

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Keira Knightley Flirts With Both Sexes in First ‘Colette’ Trailer (Video)

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‘Colette’ Trailer: Keira Knightley Fights for Sexual Expression in Her Next Oscar-Ready Period Drama

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Bleecker Street Announces Release Dates, Including ‘Colette,’ ‘Papillon,’ ‘On Chesil Beach’

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Bleecker Street Dates Its Big Sundance Buy ‘Colette’, ‘Papillon’ & More

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The Slowest Sundance Ever? How the Festival Left Buyers Cold

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People Didn’t Understand ‘Colette’ 16 Years Ago Says Director Wash Westmoreland – Sundance Studio

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Keira Knightley Says Streaming Services Are Helping Create More Compelling Roles for Women in Film — Sundance 2018

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Sundance: Lionsgate Nabs U.K. Rights for ‘Colette’ (EXCLUSIVE)

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Keira Knightley’s ‘Colette’ Sells to Bleecker Street and 30West

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Keira Knightley-Starrer ‘Colette’ In First Big Sundance Deal: Bleecker Street & 30WEST Team For U.S. Rights

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Sundance Film Review: ‘Colette’

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Keira Knightley Claims a Racy, Feminist ‘Colette’

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Keira Knightley Stays Away From Modern-Set Films Because ‘Female Characters Nearly Always Get Raped’

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